Synthetic Phonics, the most efficient way to learn English.
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FREE TRAINING - FORMACIÓNGRATUITA
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Subvencionesparaformación de profesorado
La FUNDACIONTRIPARTITA concede subvencionesparaformación a TODASlasempresasespañolas, incluyendocolegiosconcertados o privados.
La cuantía de estassubvencionesdepende de lasaportaciones de la empresa en la cuota a la Seguridad Social y del número de trabajadores. Normalmente los colegiosreciben100€ de subvenciónporprofesor al año.
Requisito indispensable para la empresaesfirmar el “Convenio de Adhesión de Agrupación de Empresas”.
“Synthetic Phonics Spain” tramitará el convenioparaquesusprofesores se beneficien de la formación y reciban la subvención.
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You can receive “Free Training” through the “Centros de Formación de Profesores” – your local teacher training centres.
This will consist of two/ three/ four or six after school sessions (from 8 up to 20 hours course)
Please contact your “AsesorLingüístico” in your area (Centro de Formación y Recursos) and ask for “Synthetic Phonics Training”, they must get in touch with us and we will organise the rest.
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After using Jolly Phonics in Infants, the Spanish teachers always ask me to start as soon as I can at the beginning of the school year, this helps the reading and writing process in Spanish because it is simpler.
Óscar is 5 years old and is a pupil at a state school in Segovia, Spain.
English is his second language. He is reading an English book with more than 100 words and is a sample of how the children in his class read and write.
You also want to look at some Alejandra's "free writing" samples.
Do children at your school read and write like them?
If you wish to know how to achieve these results with your students, find out about Synthetic Phonics.
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Coral's interview: Teaching English to Spanish Children Coral trains teachers in Spain to teach young children to speak, read and write in English. In this interview, she explains how she does it.
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Government Initiatives to Improve the Teaching of Reading in England Nick Gibb, Schools Minister, explains the background to the government's drive to improve literacy in England by promoting synthetic phonics. He talks about the Year 1 Phonics Screening Check, match funding for synthetic phonics resources and training, initial teacher training and Ofsted.