Kelly spells out new phonics emphasis in National curriculum

March 2006
Education (14637073);3/24/2006, Issue 215, p2
This article reports on the changes in the National Curriculum in Great Britain. The reform focuses on the Jim Rose review which emphasizes the application of synthetic phonics as the primary method of teaching and writing as opposed to analytic phonics. Furthermore, phonics emphasis is also recommended as part of the initial teacher training.


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