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Precision Teaching

Precision Teaching is a quick-fire repetitive activity normally using flashcards or a grid sheet to practise and retain a set of particular skills after initial teaching. This could be focussed on number recognition, phonic sounds, letters in the alphabet or high frequency words. The intervention aims to build fluency and accuracy through practising the skills regularly. Usually this intervention occurs at least three times per week as a minimum. Scores are recorded on a personalised graph so children can see their progress building visually. The beauty of it is that they are only competing against themselves and this therefore helps to preserve self- esteem whilst building their skill set.

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