Teaching Children To Read and Write
The Norfolk Reading Project highly recommends Sue Lloyd's website Teaching Children to Read and Write. If you have any technical or practical questions about using phonics then you are likely to find the answer here.
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Sue Lloyd taught for over 20 years in Woods Loke Primary School (Suffolk). Within her school she began to use phonic methods and developed and improved them from research, advice and the practical experience she and her colleagues gained. She has been the author of many phonics books and resources in the Jolly Phonics programm and is viewed as an expert in her field. She travels the world giving synthetic phonics training and advising literacy policy.
Her website is designed to provide teachers, parents and interested adults with an understanding of synthetic phonics, the reasons why some children find learning to read difficult and what can be done about it.