Phonics is a fun and child-centered approach to teaching literacy. With actions for each of the 42 letter sounds, the multi-sensory method is very motivating for children. The letter sounds are split into seven groups.phonics and their positive effects can be seen when children begin reading full sentences in English. By referring to phonics when teaching, children grasp the pronunciation of a new word far easier. Learning spelling rules will help children see connections between strange words, as well as words they know so it is important to master these introductory spelling rules. In these twenty days program, children will learn 42 – sounds, Blending and segmenting, Short and long vowel sounds, Diagraphs, Alternative sounds, Tricky words, Magic E, Soft and hard C, Soft and hard G.
Classes twice a week, Batch Size: 6, Age Group: 04-07 yrs., Class Duration: 45 Minutes
Learning the letter sounds
The order of tutoring these phonemes can vary between seminaries and tutoring schemes, but the most common phonemes are generally tutored first-similar as/ t/,/ a/,/ s/,/ n/,/ p/ and/ i/. Try our's' assignment pack, to see a range of awful Position 2 conditioning, including a PowerPoint and some games!.Know More
Letter formation is the capability to right formation of the letters of the ABC. This is an important element of handwriting. Children need to master a range of letter formation chops in order to learn to write efficiently and with ease.Know More
Phonics blending is a way for students to decode words. With phonics blending, students fluently join together the individual sound-spellings (also called letter-sound correspondence) in a word. With a word like jam, students start by sounding out each individual sound-spelling (/j/, /ă/, /m/).Know More
Segmenting in phonics is the capability to separate a word into its sounds. Technically the sounds are called phonemes, the units of sound that make up language. Virtually speaking, to member the word' gormandizer', you would resolve it into its three phonemes – p-i-g.Know More
A' tricky' word is one that cannot be sounded out. They're words that arenon-phonetic. Still, you'll get a word that doesn't sound right, if you sound them out and also try to blend the sounds. They're words that must be honoured by sight.Know More
MS. RAJNI TIWARI
MS. DEEPALI GUPTA
MS. HEMA KAPOOR
MS. SHWETA MAHEY
Done B. Sc. & B. Ed. and carry more than 30 years of experience working in schools. I have worked as a primary teacher, Headmistress in prestigious schools in India and Abroad. I have attended many workshops and trainings during my journey, especially in how to develop English language and thinking skills in children. I have also trained the teachers in the same.
Born & brought up and done schooling in a convent school in Rajasthan. I was among the toppers and always participated in cocurricular activities. I completed my masters from University of Rajasthan, in biotechnology and cleared UGC – NET. In 2005. I stayed in various parts of the USA for 5 yrs.. I am patient, hardworking and passionate to learn and teach in life. I am fond of music, dance and various craft activities.
BA (Economics), B Ed and NTT. I have more than 14 years of experience teaching Mathematics, Vedic Maths and Abacus. During this tenure I have trained around 4000+ students and have also done teacher training in this area.
A positive and driven teacher with 12 years of experience working with students of Grade 1 to 6. passionate about engaging students at all levels and enhancing their social experience by encouraging group activities, lessons and learning. My most recent teaching association is with De Indian Public School New Delhi. An alumnus of Delhi University in BA (Hons). Teaching has been my passion right from work days which led me to complete my B.Ed. from MDU, Rohtak, NTT from AICTE, and learned German from Max Mueller New Delhi.