This video is on YouTube It is from http://www.phonicbooks.co.uk
Tami Reis-Frankfort, reading specialist and trainer, demonstrates how to pronounce the sounds of the English Phonic Code, when teaching children to read with Synthetic Phonics.
Here is a link to a site about using songs in teaching:
Language Arts Songs that Teach English Grammar, Punctuation, and Spelling: click here
” I before E except after C when the sound is EE “
” or when the sound is A as in neighbour and weigh “
Do you remember learning this in school ? The BBC has an article called Schools to rethink I before E: Click Here
Do you think schools should rethink using it ?
EnglishClub.com, Free resources for those who learn English or teach English as a second language.
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Useful Games for teachers and students of EFL / ESL
For ESL/EFL Students and Teachers from Around the World. Includes resources for bilingual educators.
Here is a website with Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles to help you learn English as a Second Language (ESL)
This project of The Internet TESL Journal (iteslj.org) has thousands of contributions by many teachers.
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