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Tehniyat: Year 1 – Sample 5

Tehniyat wrote a recount of how the class searched for their missing Prize Box. This is an annotated sample of her work, demonstrating her application of independent phonic knowledge and skills in the first half of the autumn term in Year 1.

Name: Tehniyat
On suny day we lost aw praz box. We Lookt owtsad. We Lookt in the toilust. We lookt in the theem room but it was not theer. CheLsea and Alesher went to the moosit room but it was theer it was beyhad the big drum. We cheyd. and we clap. and we wr hapey. the en we did choos a praz. Mis peres clas were hapy and they wt chereng. and we claplt.

Name: Tehniyat On suny day we lost aw praz box. We Lookt owtsad. We Lookt in the toilust. We lookt in the theem room but it was not theer. CheLsea and Alesher went to the moosit room but it was theer it was beyhad the big drum. We cheyd. and we clap. and we wr hapey. the en we did choos a praz. Mis peres clas were hapy and they wt chereng. and we claplt.


Female:
Tehniyat
Year group:
Year 1
Age:
5 years 3 months
Term:
Autumn 1
Evidence of:
Phase three and four application

Application of synthetic phonic knowledge and skills

Tehniyat is applying many tricky and high-frequency words from phase three, for example ‘we’, ’was’, ’the’ and ’they’. The phase three ‘oo’ phoneme is correctly shown in the word ‘room’ and in plausible attempts at the words ‘choose’ shown as ‘choos’ and ‘music’ shown as ‘moosit’. Additionally, she has spelt the phase four tricky word ‘were’ correctly and made a phonemically plausible attempt at the phase five tricky word ‘looked’ shown as ‘lookt’. The consonant–consonant–vowel–consonant (CCVC) word ‘drum’ is correctly spelt.

Interpretation

One sunny day we lost our Prize Box. We looked outside. We looked in the toilets. We looked in the theme room but it was not there. Chelsea and Alisha went to the music room but it was there it was behind the big drum. We cheered and we clapped and we were happy. Then we did choose a prize. Miss Perry’s class were happy and they were cheering and we clapped.

Child’s voice

I liked writing this, because it had a happy ending.