In the phonics training, I have noticed you use repetition a lot in your teaching. e.g. “What word…what word…what word?” Could you explain why you do that?
2412 October 2021
The power of repetition is in its simplicity. A message heard repeatedly is more likely to stay in your mind. Repetition is essential to secure the new learning as long-term memories. When you are teaching, repetition can be used to get new information in, as well as to check for student understanding.
Repeating something three times (such as a definition, a word, a choral response) works because the brain...