Right-Clicking

Right-clicking (clicking your right mouse button or using Control-Click on a Macintosh) is a powerful feature in Ultimate Phonics. Right-clicking makes it easy to review words and patterns.

Right-clicking is used in three ways:

Right-clicking a word in a sentence

When you are looking at a Sentence page, you can right-click any word in the sentence to jump back to the Word page for that word.

Right-clicking a word in a sentence

Right-clicking a pattern in a word

When you are looking at a Word page, you can right-click any of the yellow pattern boxes to jump back to the lesson where that pattern was first introduced.

Right-clicking a pattern in a word

In the above example, we were looking at the word teacher in lesson 136 and we wanted to review the ea says /ee/ pattern. We right-clicked the yellow ea pattern and jumped backed to lesson 86 where ea says /ee/ was first introduced.

Now, if we choose, we can go through Lesson 86 to review a bunch of words that use that same pattern, so the student sees that the ea in teacher is a recurring pattern used in many other words.

To go back to the original word teacher, just click the Back button as many times as needed, or use History.

Right-clicking a word in a word list

When you are looking at a Word List page, you can right-click any word on the list to jump to the Word page for that word. You can click the Back button to go back to the Word List.

Right-clicking a word in a word list

Next:

History