Assessment within lessons It can be very helpful in all lessons to jot down quick notes about any problems that particular children are having or any GPCs that lots of children are struggling with. Children often enjoy looking at the before and after tests themselves to see how much progress they have made.
Instructions for unaided writing assessment. Encourage any adults working in class to do this too. If a child is obviously struggling, simply stop the assessment and record this on the sheet. Reassure them that it is fine if they do not know things and that they will soon be experts.
Remind the child that they will learn these things very soon. Phase 2 Assessment and Flashcards to use during the assessment Phase 3 assessment and Flashcards to use during the assessment Phase 4 assessment and Flashcards to use during the assessment Phase 5a assessment and Flashcards to use during the assessment Other assessments See the appendices at the back of Letters and Sounds for further assessments.
It gives a good overview of the phases children are working at, where to pitch whole class teaching and identifies children who require additional interventions. They were designed to be carried out 1: It is carried out four times per year. By doing this you can make sure that you can build extra support into future planning.
I find that it is handy to have packs of post it notes to scribble down observations on. See Phonics Not Working? Assessment Whole school unaided writing assessment This assessment is suitable for Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and for many schools will be useful in Key Stage 2 as well.
If a child does get the majority of the before test right, then they may need to work on the next phase up. It gives a good snapshot but more detailed assessments may be necessary to fully explore particular children and their strengths and needs.
Assessment sheets for each phase These assessments are designed to be used before and after a phase is taught to show how much progress a child has made. Hopefully when you carry out the after test, there will be clear progress when compared to the before test.
Some teachers use them to assess intervention groups, others assess their whole class but this can be time consuming.Assessment Whole school unaided writing assessment.
This assessment is suitable for Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and for many schools will be useful in Key Stage 2. Download these handy Phase 5 letters and sounds assessment sheets so you can discover which sounds each child is familiar with and which need a bit more work.
Use this information to inform your planning and devise strategies to ensure good progress. Use these fabulous phonics mosaics to consolidate or assess children's Phase 5 phonic knowledge. Get them to read the words to unlock the colour needed to fill in the square. The more they solve, the more of the pirate picture they will reveal.
30 pages of phonics activities perfect for practising alien words from phase for the Phonics screening check/5(53). A set of illustrated Home Learning tasks for Phase 5 phonics activities, including reading and writing words.
Save for Later Phase 5 'a-e' Split Digraph Flashcards Real and Nonsense Words.
Introduce new graphemes and phonemes to your students with our Phase 5 Phonics resources. This range of DFE Letters and Sounds includes phoneme frames, worksheets and games to practice alternative pronunciations for graphemes and variations of similar spelling clusters.Download