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Reading research and a comparative time sampling study Clackmannanshire Study indicated that three factors made a significant difference to students’ reading and spelling achievement.
One introductory reading program that includes these three factors taught in fun, multisensory lessons, is Jolly Phonics.
It would seem that there is. For best results, reading instruction for young children should include an element of fun. In one study, the Jolly Phonics sound actions were predictive of achievement over and above achievement related to letter-sound learning activities.
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Those who are using, or thinking of using the Jolly Phonics and Jolly programs may find this chart with a comparison of the Australian Curriculum V8.3 Content with Jolly Phonics/ Jolly Grammar. The chart was made by Jan Polkinghorne after many queries from schools and teachers.
Click here to download a comparison of the Australian Curriculum V8.3 Content with Jolly Phonics/ Jolly Grammar
We have also included a chart from Jolly Learning (this pdf is for the national curriculum in England not Aust) in the links below.
Click here to download a Jolly Phonics UK National Curriculum spread
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