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An Evidence-based Critique of Synthetic Phonics in Literacy Learning
Since 2006, synthetic phonics has become the required method of teaching reading in primary schools in England. Since 2012 a phonics check has been administered to all children in Year 1 and again in Year 2 to any who fail to reach the pass mark.
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