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Author(s):
Ruth Miskin

Miskin, one of the UK’s leading experts on literacy, believes that although English is not a simple phonetic language, it nonetheless does have a code that has to be taught step-by-step, gradually adding in irregularities.

She believes that, in order for pupils to read effectively with fluency and expression, they need to have a strong phonic knowledge. To help embed these phonic skills and develop a love of reading she has written a range of phonics books, which include teaching resources and support for teachers and schools.

The book series is designed to get all pupils reading and writing quickly and easily. The training and resources provide schools with a cohesive and consistent approach to the teaching of phonics and literacy, and to effective classroom management strategies. 






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Author(s):
Ruth Miskin

Published by:
Hachette Childrens Books

Date of publication:
1997-2016

Country of origin:
UK

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This collection of books, written by Miskin – an expert on synthetic phonics – can be used to support reading and writing through phonics at primary level. It may of particular use to primary school teachers and parents. 


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R333 / 437
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