ICRWY Code Mapping Tool 4+

IPA to Grapheme Code Mapping

The Reading Hut Ltd

Designed for iPad

    • Free



This unique IPA-aligned ICRWY 'Grapheme Mapping' tool enables those exploring English words to SEE the grapho-phonemic structure, throughout the word ie Code Mapped®.

Anyone can use the ICRWY Code Mapping® Tool to check the grapheme mapping of words! You can also edit the words for your use - copy and paste. Let us know if you find words in red and we will add them to the Code Mapped Word Bank. Schools should contact us for options to use on devices school-wide.

The Code Mapping® Tool was developed for use within the SSP I Can Read Without You (ICRWY) Project - an extension of the Speech Sound Pics Approach (SSP) to embrace the neurodiverse classroom.

Use this Grapheme Code Mapping® Tool to map texts such as The Village With Three Corners, and bridge the gap between the whole word reading and phonics approach to teaching reading and spelling. Code Mapped texts are included to show how ready this is, with this unique tool.

The new ICRWY Routine was developed by a proudly neurodivergent SpLD specialist and freely shared with those supporting learners with Dyslexia!
Students check the orthographic mapping of ANY English words (Code Mapping) and explore etymology, morphology etc. Copy and paste the Grapheme to Phoneme 'Code Mapped' text into a word document! You can map whole pages of text to explore.

The ICRWY Code Mapping Tool enables students to type English words and see the phoneme to grapheme mapping! An aid to assist with Orthographic Learning (inc Set-for-Variability) Ideal for the mapping of those 'irregular words' and to support speech pathologists explaining the IPA and link to phonology and phonics. Only 26 letters, 44+ speech sounds, but over 300 spelling combinations. These grapho-phonemic correspondences are made visible when Code Mapping. Students then check these graphemes with the Speech Sound Wall - SSP Spelling Clouds show all spelling choices in English. Students discuss differences depending on their accents and consider why their speech sounds may not be the same as shown when using the IPA. They move more naturally into the 'self-teaching' phase.

ICRWY Tutors focus on decoding fluency, comprehension, writing (spelling, grammar and punctuation) and vocabulary knowledge - with a 'less teaching, more learning' approach. Explicit instruction facilitates implicit learning (and implicit learning is key) See Grapheme-CodeMapping.com for more info.
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What’s New

Version 1.7

Ready-mapped texts have been added to show how the Code Mapping Tool can be used to meet the needs of individual students. The Village With Three Corners Books, among others, are used to demonstrate how parents and teachers can bridge the gap between 'whole language' type resources, and phonics using this Grapheme Mapping Tool.

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