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Eureka Phonics – Sequence 2

Kindergarten 1 – Kindergarten 3

8 (Suggested)

1 hr (Suggested)

Native English teachers with a university degree ; related teaching experience, and/or teacher training such as TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, PGDE/PCEd, etc.

Course Name: Eureka Phonics Sequence 2

Level: Kindergarten 1 – Kindergarten 3

No. of Lessons: 8 (Suggested)

Lesson Duration: 1 hr (Suggested)

Instructors: Native English teachers with a university degree ; related teaching experience, and/or teacher training such as TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, PGDE/PCEd, etc.

Objectives

The Eureka Phonics – Sequence 2 covers 6 commonly used sounds in English to help children recognise and produce the sounds independently. The programme provides children with elementary exposure to sounds and words using British pronunciation. The programme aims to motivate children to develop their phonemic awareness, pronunciation and spelling by developing children’s blending and segmenting skills, which they can use to build a foundation for further learning in the English language.

Features

  • Multi-sensory approach: visual, auditory and kinaesthetic
  • Original cartoon characters to introduce the target sounds
  • Fun unique stories to stir up children’s imaginations using the target sounds
  • Games and songs: interactive learning environment
  • New lyrics, familiar tunes, enhanced memory techniques

Outline

Unit 1: /k/ Cathy Cat, Kate Kitten


    • Introduction
    • Sound recognition
    • The ‘k’ story
    • The ‘k’ song
    • Letter formation
    • Identifying sounds
    • Consolidation games
      – Flashcard hunting
      – What is Kate the Kitten eating?
      – Goodbye: The ‘k’ song

Unit 2: /e/ Ellie Elephant


    • Introduction
    • Sound recognition
    • The ‘e’ story
    • The ‘e’ song
    • Letter formation
    • Identifying sounds
    • Consolidation game
      – Flashcard dash
    • Blending time ‘en’ and ‘et’
    • Goodbye: The ‘e’ song

Unit 3: /h/ Helen Hen


    • Introduction
    • Sound recognition
      – The ‘h’ story
      – The ‘h’ song
    • Letter formation
    • Identifying sounds
    • Consolidation games
      – Shopping basket
      – Listen and stand
    • Goodbye: The ‘h’ song

Unit 4: /r/ Rachel Rabbit


    • Sound recognition
      – The ‘r’ story
      – The ‘r’ song
    • Letter formation
    • Identifying sounds
    • Consolidation games
      – Stand up to the sound
      – Rowing with Rachel rabbit
    • Goodbye: The ‘r’ song

Unit 5: /m/ Mother Monkey, Mini Monkey


    • Sound recognition
      – The ‘m’ story
      – The ‘m’ song
    • Letter formation
    • Identifying sounds
    • Consolidation game
      – Jump to the sound
    • Making ‘m’ words
    • Goodbye: The ‘m’ song

Unit 6: /d/ Danny Dog


    • Sound recognition
      – The ‘d’ story
      – The ‘d’ song
    • Letter formation
    • Identifying sounds
    • Consolidation game
      – Pick me up!
    • Blending with ‘d’
    • Goodbye: The ‘n’ song

Unit 7: Revision


    • Revision of sounds, actions and letter formation
    • What sound am I?
    • Revision games
      – Phonic cups
      – Missing sounds
      – Phonics tic-tac-toe
    • Identifying sounds in words
    • Goodbye song

Unit 8: Blending


    • Warm-up exercises
    • Revision of sounds
    • Blending: ck
    • Consolidation games
      – Missing sounds
      – Missing sounds race
    • Matching blends
    • Goodbye song