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PGB: Phonemes and Graphemes for key stage 1


PGB: Phonemes and Graphemes for key stage 1
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This single book shows 48 common graphemes (letter combinations) of the phonemes (sounds within words) to be taught in Key Stage 1 of the school curriculum in England.

These are the consonant digraphs: th,  sh,  ch,  ng,  ph, wh

and the vowel digraphs and trigraphs : ay,  ai,  ee,  ea (leaf),  oo (moon),  oo (look),  ie (pie),  y (fly),  igh,  oa,  ow (cow),  ow (snow), ue (blue),  ew (flew),  a-e,  i-e,  o-e,  u-e,  ar,  or (horse),  ur,  er (spider),  er (herd),  ou (out),  oy,  oi,  y (jelly),  au,  aw,  air,  are,  ear (bear),  ear (near),  ear (earth), or (worm), ea (head),  ie (field),  ey,  ure,  ue (statue),  ew (stew).

Each grapheme is used in three different word examples, one of which is shown as a full colour illustration also.

Some of these graphemes have more than one pronunciation, e.g.

ch     chip, chemist, machine

ea     sea, heavy, great

ie     pie, chief

ew     flew, new

ue     blue, rescue

ow     now, grow

ou     out, soup, pour

au     autumn, sausage

er     under, herb

or     storm, work, tractor 

ear     bear, year, heard, heart

ure     sure, picture

Sometimes these letter combinations are seen in other words and they are not digraphs, e.g. create, diet, reward, cruel, towards, very, forest. This is because they cross a syllable boundary and they are pronounced as single letters. Other examples may be seen in bingo, oasis, carol, mirror, curry, poet.

 

ISBN Title
9781843051510 Phonemes and Graphemes for Key Stage 1

CODE: PG01

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