Sound Wall Charts for Early Years

Code: SWCey
Year Level: Early Years
$38.50 (inc. $3.50 GST)
A multi-sensory approach to learning alphabet sounds through listening, seeing and saying.

What are the features of PLD’s Sound Wall Charts?

Teaching the 44 speech sounds of the English language requires accurate modelling and articulation, pedagogy that sound walls support. The PLD sound wall charts focus on the phonemes (or individual sounds) of speech and link to the PLD scheduled phonic sequence. Each phoneme-specific chart features:

  • Charts focused upon the phonemes and phonics for an Early Years class.
  • The corresponding visual of a mouth.
  • A simple description (e.g. tongue tapping sound, lip popping sound, peeking tongue sound, coughing or huffing sound)
  • A detailed description.
  • Icons identifying if the phoneme is a long or short, quiet or noisy, or vowel or consonant sound.
  • Areas to add words (making the charts interactive rather than static).
  • The related phonic concepts for each year level.

What is a sound wall display?

A sound wall is an interactive display of phonic concepts and words that is organised by and/or emphasises individual sounds (phonemes). Commonly there is one wall for consonants and one for vowels.

Sound walls focus on the formation of phonemes which gives young students a structure that helps them understand the foundation of language and written literacy. As we know from current research about the science of reading, children learn to read through the application of orthographic mapping, a speech-to-print process where letters are mapped to known speech sounds. Teachers need to harness this modern understanding by using sound wall displays as a teaching and learning tool in their classrooms to support the process of learning to read and spell.

 

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Sound Wall Charts for Early Years - eBook

Code: SWCeye
Year Level: Early Years
$30.00 (inc. $2.73 GST)
A multi-sensory approach to learning alphabet sounds through listening, seeing and saying.

What are the features of PLD’s Sound Wall Charts?

Teaching the 44 speech sounds of the English language requires accurate modelling and articulation, pedagogy that sound walls support. The PLD sound wall charts focus on the phonemes (or individual sounds) of speech and link to the PLD scheduled phonic sequence. Each phoneme-specific chart features:

  • Charts focused upon the phonemes and phonics for an Early Years class.
  • The corresponding visual of a mouth.
  • A simple description (e.g. tongue tapping sound, lip popping sound, peeking tongue sound, coughing or huffing sound)
  • A detailed description.
  • Icons identifying if the phoneme is a long or short, quiet or noisy, or vowel or consonant sound.
  • Areas to add words (making the charts interactive rather than static).
  • The related phonic concepts for each year level.

What is a sound wall display?

A sound wall is an interactive display of phonic concepts and words that is organised by and/or emphasises individual sounds (phonemes). Commonly there is one wall for consonants and one for vowels.

Sound walls focus on the formation of phonemes which gives young students a structure that helps them understand the foundation of language and written literacy. As we know from current research about the science of reading, children learn to read through the application of orthographic mapping, a speech-to-print process where letters are mapped to known speech sounds. Teachers need to harness this modern understanding by using sound wall displays as a teaching and learning tool in their classrooms to support the process of learning to read and spell.

 

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Sound Wall Charts for Early Years – School License

Code: SWCeyes (School License)
Year Level: Early Years
$87.50 / year (inc. $7.95 GST)
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This is a PLD School License resource By purchasing this license, this program will be accessible as a digital flipbook that will be stored in your secure account on the PLD website. The program will be accessible as a digital flipbook that teachers can access on any device for as long as the license is active. A School Licence is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase and can be shared with all staff employed at the school. We highly recommend that either the Principal, Deputy Principal or a member of the admin team purchase the School Licence in order to manage the account and its users. For more information, visit our School Licence FAQ.

A multi-sensory approach to learning alphabet sounds through listening, seeing and saying.

What are the features of PLD’s Sound Wall Charts?

Teaching the 44 speech sounds of the English language requires accurate modelling and articulation, pedagogy that sound walls support. The PLD sound wall charts focus on the phonemes (or individual sounds) of speech and link to the PLD scheduled phonic sequence. Each phoneme-specific chart features:

  • Charts focused upon the phonemes and phonics for an Early Years class.
  • The corresponding visual of a mouth.
  • A simple description (e.g. tongue tapping sound, lip popping sound, peeking tongue sound, coughing or huffing sound)
  • A detailed description.
  • Icons identifying if the phoneme is a long or short, quiet or noisy, or vowel or consonant sound.
  • Areas to add words (making the charts interactive rather than static).
  • The related phonic concepts for each year level.

What is a sound wall display?

A sound wall is an interactive display of phonic concepts and words that is organised by and/or emphasises individual sounds (phonemes). Commonly there is one wall for consonants and one for vowels.

Sound walls focus on the formation of phonemes which gives young students a structure that helps them understand the foundation of language and written literacy. As we know from current research about the science of reading, children learn to read through the application of orthographic mapping, a speech-to-print process where letters are mapped to known speech sounds. Teachers need to harness this modern understanding by using sound wall displays as a teaching and learning tool in their classrooms to support the process of learning to read and spell.

 

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This download outlines how PLD programs link to the ACARA National Curriculum year level content descriptions.

  • Sound Wall Charts for Early Years
    PLD’s Alignment to the Australian National Curriculum
    How does PLD align to the Australian National Curriculum?

    In the attached download we have outlined where PLD applies to each year level, the content code and descriptor and the related PLD programs.  

ISBN : 9781925769623
ISBN : 9781925769623

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