Dishing up phonics.  by Ozcloggie
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In my time, of attending primary school in Gouda, the Netherlands, learning to read was still based on the strong reliance on phonics. All the vowel sounds were taught, by rote, using these illustrations.
(AAp, nOOt, mIEs, wIm, zUs, = monkey, nut, girl’s name, boy’s name, sis……)
In the 1980s or so, nostalgia produced lots of items, like these. (A little like having Ken Done art on things.)
Many of us arrived in the so-called ‘wave’, of immigrants from the Netherlands in the 50s and 60s and still know these illustrations.

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In 1969, I enrolled in the “Art Teachers Conversion Course”. It was my first experience of formal art lessons. Soon other interests prevailed, until, I had lunch, in Hazelhurst and then enjoyed the art classes there. Culminating in my exhibition, in 2008.

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