By Bertrand Russell
Bertrand Russell was once popular for his provocative perspectives on schooling. thought of an academic innovator, Russell tried to create the precise studying establishment. regardless of the failure of this functional imaginative and prescient, it didn't cease him from carrying on with to try in the direction of inventing and arguing for a approach of schooling loose from repression. In Education and the Social Order, Russell dissects the factors at the back of academic concept and perform, and in doing so lays out unique and arguable arguments for the reformation of the schooling of the individual.
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Does the child hear units of sound? Are they heard in sequence? Does the child’s attempt have visual similarity? Can the child use common patterns? For children who experience difﬁculty in building up conﬁdence in spelling, it is useful to start off with words that are more phonically regular. Establishing which high frequency words they know can then help teachers focus on how next to develop their ability to spell both phonically regular and irregular words. 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WKHQWKHLUWKHUHWKLVWZRXSZDQW ZKHUHZKDWZLOO\RXUEURWKHUFDQ·W GRQ·WKDOIODXJKOLYHORYHPDQ\ PD\PRUHSHRSOHVHHQWKUHHWLPH WRRWRRNWUHHYHU\ZD\ZDWHU Name: Running head 43 Photocopiable Resource 43 I can read/spell these words a in he and is I at was it all as that the to be mum dad cat said but for dog bed are him have had his one so we they with not on you help run got of Photocopiable Resource 44 Running head 44 an be en home big should house by p jum pu sh name came not go c o uld come Name: ho w saw ca ll did down or do sister do ck us ba ba ll fro m get s ha before st ﬁr about next take our much if now girl boy away only another again day other good yes going out old or my here new look no just her must Name: into has much school Running head 45 Photocopiable Resource 45 46 Running head Photocopiable Resource Name: I can read/spell these words 46 1DPH&ODVV 63(//,1*5(&25'6+((7 Running head 47 Photocopiable Resource 47 Photocopiable Resource 48 Running head 48 push should (none) irregular what where who white regular when Digraph ‘wh’ irregular regular Digraph ‘sh’ March irregular going regular (none) irregular Final ‘ng’ much regular Digraph ‘ch’ than that them this with regular their there these three they brother another irregular Digraph ‘th’ SUGGESTED ORDER FOR INTRODUCTION OF HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS Running head 49 Photocopiable Resource 49 irregular have can’t was many a am at cat an can ran man as has had Dad and bed yes get red went help next regular irregular put pull you come some one once love up us but Mum short vowel ‘u’ it if in is his him big dig did regular will live lived I irregular short vowel ‘i’ regular be we he she the very irregular short vowel ‘e’ on off not of got dog regular to do no so go old come some one love irregular short vowel ‘o’ 50 regular short vowel ‘a’ SUGGESTED ORDER FOR INTRODUCTION OF HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS Photocopiable Resource 50 Running head off will (none) jump all call pull irregular regular irregular brother tree regular from irregular Double consonants play (none) regular ‘r’ blends Final ‘mp’ blends irregular regular ‘I’ blends (none) just must last back black regular (none) irregular Final ‘ck’ irregular regular Final ‘s’ blends and went regular can’t don’t want irregular Final ‘n’ blends SUGGESTED ORDER FOR INTRODUCTION OF HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS Running head 51 Photocopiable Resource 51 door school too push pull put look good took irregular you your could should would yellow regular about home our out down now how Vowel phonemes ‘ou’, ‘ow’ irregular regular Vowel phoneme ‘oo’ called orange laugh because irregular irregular (none) regular boy Vowel phonemes ‘oi’/ ‘oy’ all ball call saw or for more door regular Vowel phonemes ‘au’ ‘aw’, ‘or’, ‘al’ here there where their ﬁrst girl her were over sister water irregular are there their regular (none) Vowel phonemes ‘are’, ‘air’ irregular regular Phonemes ‘ir’ SUGGESTED ORDER FOR INTRODUCTION OF HIGH FREQUENCY WORDS Photocopiable Resource 52 Running head 52 Improving Literacy Skills 53 Suggested strategies to build knowledge of high frequency words In order for words to become part of a childs’ visual memory, they need to see them in different contexts.
The most common is: LOOK COVER SAY WRITE CHECK Others include: • Trace the word in the air with your ﬁnger • Shut your eyes, take a picture in your head • Try and write the word without looking 54 Running head Getting started – writing skills The writing behaviour checklists are graded and include more complex skills required in the process of writing. These checklists are by no means exhaustive, and are intended to serve as guidance for focusing observations. They are a means by which a degree of progression can be established, in order to plot the progress of the individual child.
Use pictures of words with 1, 2, or 3 syllables: get the children to clap or identify the syllables • Place three objects in the centre. Ask the children to choose the one being clapped by a child. Blending activities • Onset and rhyme. Introduce blending by playing ‘guess the word’ c –at f –at • Say words like a robot and get the children to guess the word. Begin VC, CVC, CCVC, CVCC words Segmentation of sound • • • • • Give the child a word and ask them to tell what sound occurs in the middle/end ‘I spy’ with picture cards Sort pictures according to beginning/middle/end sound Stretch words to identify the number of phonemes Put counters into a box to represent phonemes as a word is said slowly Name: Photocopiable Resource Date: 30 Running head 30 I know the names and sounds these letters make th ch wh sh q a r b s c t d u e v f w g x h y i z j k l m n o p Name: Running head 31 Photocopiable Resource 31 I can recognise p mi re’ s’ re ’ de ’ u dis n’ ’ pre ﬁx es m v o w el p h o n e ’ary ar ay ue y aw o u or o r u er au ’less ’ful y oi sufﬁxes ’ly ed ew ur e ow ’ness y ue ea oa oo igh ie ai ee es word endings ous tion ion sion sle ge cle ple ble ﬂe Photocopiable Resource 32 Running head I can recognise these sounds 32 sh consona clustersnt cl ﬂ gl sl spl spr squ shr thr sn p r pl sc sw sk sm common end clusters/word endings ld lp nd lk sk nk st scr sp mp sp xt st ct ft lt nt pt ng ss lth nch Name: th wh ch ck ff ll Running head 33 High frequency words Spelling skills and developing sight vocabulary are intrinsically linked to early reading and writing development.
Education and the Social Order (Routledge Classics) by Bertrand Russell