S.A.E uses a structured phonics approach that simplifies the English language into 44 sounds to help children to learn to read words and spell words without memorizing thousands of words individually.
Learning To Read And Spell
LEARNING TO READ:
1. Say the individual sounds (phonemes) that make up a word
2. Merge the sounds together (blending) to say the word
D + O + G >> dog
LEARNING TO SPELL:
1. Say the word and break it down (segmenting) into phonemes
2. Write the letter or letters (graphemes) that represent the phonemes
Overview of 6 Phonic Phases
1 >> Oral blending and segmenting using images and early letter recognition
2 >> 19 most common single letter sounds and some digraphs
3 >> 7 remaining single letter sounds, digraphs and some trigraphs
4 >> Digraphs, trigraphs, adjacent consonants and common spelling patterns
5 >> Digraphs, adjacent consonants, silent letters and split digraphs
6 >> Prefixes, suffixes, past tense, high frequency words and spelling rules
S.A.E uses a well established spiral structure to teach, consolidate, revisit and strengthen literacy skills at increasingly complex standards of English..
Fine motor skills • Handwriting
Phonics • Reading
Comprehension • Spelling
Vocabulary • Punctuation
Grammar • Structuring text
Planning text • Independent writing
1 >> Develop fine motor and perceptual skills
2 >> Acquire tools to read, spell and write
3 >> Revise core spelling and vocabulary
4 >> Transit to text in a range of genre
5 >> Understand, respond and create text
6 >> Achieve competency in English
S.A.E worksheets are carefully structured to systematically develop reading and writing skills through a variety of activities and text types. Key areas are learned in gradual steps to ensure understanding and revised at increasing complexity.
Through guided practice in class and independent practice at home, children develop strong literacy skills, self-discipline and good study habits.
We use a comprehensive diagnostic assessment to pinpoint the skills a child has mastered and the skills the child needs more support with. Then, we prescribed a personalized learning plan tailored to each child at their own skill level and pace, because no two children learn alike.
In addition, we use the coaching approach with probing questions and a lot of encouragement to help students explore, discover and build confidence towards English.
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– Your child’s current English abilities
– How much your child can improve in 3 months!