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Introducing Jolly Phonics in Spain

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Jolly Phonics
is a systematic phonics
programme designed to teach children to
READ
and
WRITE.

Children learn the
42
sounds of the English language.


What is Jolly Phonics?
Each sound has a
SONG,
an
ACTION
and a
STORY
These help the students remember the sound and the letter using auditory, visual and kinesthetic skills.
Songs: accompany gesture or movement.
Story contextualize the gesture .
Wall display: help remind children of sounds.
Alternative spellings
Stories, Actions, and Pictures: Introducing New Letter-Sounds with Jolly Phonics in Kindergarten
ALTERNATIVE SPELLINGS

INFANT SOUND

PRIMARY

ai
(pain, train, rain)
ay
(day, play);
a_e
( date,name,snake)

ee
(tree, see)
ea
(feast, tea)

or
(corn, horse)
al
(ball, talk);
au
(sauce, caught);
aw
(saw, paw

ie
(pie, die)
igh
( right, light);
y
( fly, my);
i_e
( kite, time)

oa
(boat, coat)
ow
(snow, window);
o_e
(nose, home)

ue
(due, barbecue)
ew
(few),
u_e
( tube, cube)

er
(mother, mixer)
ir
( girl, first); ur (turn, curl)

oi
(boil, oil)
oy
(boy, toy)

ou
(out, shout)
ow
(cow, now)












A collection of songs set to popular tunes for each of the 42 letter sounds is recommended to practice each time a new sound has been introduced.

Provide crayons and corresponding lesson sheets for the children to color. Each sound has at least one coloring sheet that goes with it. This is helpful for children who are visual as well as kinesthetic. Visual children will enjoy seeing the letter, and kinesthetic learners will love the action of being able to color it.
Mimic the action of that sound. Each sound also has an activity that should be performed for that sound. Kinesthetic learners learn by doing; having an activity is a great way to cement that sound into the students' heads.
Blend sounds together. Once all 42 sounds are learned, you can begin blending the sounds together. Let your child read signs and practice blending sounds together. Read lots of books; practice blending. The more you expose your child to sounds and written words, the more he will want to be a reader.

Listening for the sounds in words gives children the best start for improving spelling.
The easiest way to know how to spell a word is to listen for the sounds in that word. Even with the tricky words an understanding of letter sounds can help.
Tricky words have irregular spellings and children learn these separately.
There are a number of ways to learn tricky words:
Look, Cover, Write and Check. Look at the word to see which bit is tricky.
Cover the word over and see if the child can write it correctly. Check to make sure.
STAGES OF LEARNING
Introduction of sound
Writing sound
Blending
Identifying sounds in words
Tricky words
THE 7 SOUND GROUPS

1. s, a, t, i, p, n
2. c/k, e, h, r, m, d
3. g, o, u, l, f, b
4. ai, j, oa, ie, ee, or
5. z, w, ng, v,
oo
, oo
6. y, x, ch, sh, th, th
7. qu, ou, oi, ue, er, ar

The sounds are in this order to help form words as early as possible.
INTRODUCTION OF A SOUND
MATERIALS USED FOR INTRODUCING SOUNDS
The song
The Finger Phonics Book
Wall frieze.

MATERIALS FOR SOUND INTRODUCTION

1.
The Song:
accompanies gesture with music

2.

The Finger Phonics Book:
contextualizes the sound and gesture

3.
The Wall Frieze:
helps children remember sound and provide visual clues

WHEN DO WE INTRODUCE SOUNDS?

In
3 years
old we introduce the first 3 groups of sounds throughout the second and third trimestre.

TRIMESTRE 1:
s, a, t, p, n, i
c/k, e, h, r, m, d
g, o, u, l, f, b

SONG+SOUND+STORY
NOT WRITING

(APPROX 1 SOUND PER WEEK)

4 YEARS
Revise the first three groups (18 sounds)
Introduce the other 4 groups
Begin BLENDING
s+a+t= sat
b+oa+t= boat
5 YEAR OLDS
Revise all the sounds in the 7 groups.
Continue with blending skills both basic (CVC) and more difficult using digraphs.
t+r+ai+n= Train
b+ar+b+e+ue= Barbecue
USING FINGER PHONIC BOOKS IN THE CLASSROOM
What can you see?
" I can see a dog"
"I can see a boy next to the dog"
" I can see a red and black snake on the grass.



ACTIVITIES 3 YEAR OLDS:
STORY
SONG
TRACE LETTER
FIND NAMES WITH SAME SOUND
MEMORY
MINI-BOOK WITH VOCAB AND SOUND
BLACKBOARD DRAW AND GUESS GAMES.
CAN YOU FIND THE ..?
ACTIVITIES: 4 YEAR OLDS

Form words using CVCs
Activities at end of books
Introduce writing the sounds (both capital and lowercase)
Guess the word on board
Word/picture matching games
Use flip-flap books
Fill in the sound (dictation)
Tricky words
ACTIVITIES 5 YEARS:
Reading games
Word and picture match
Writing practice CVC words and digraph words
Blending games
Dictate simple words
Introduce the sentence: Capital letter, tricky word, CVC words, full stops.
Reading practice
Teach Tricky words in context of simple sentences
Table games from JP handbook
INTO PRIMARY AND BEYOND
In general a revision of all sounds is advisable interlinked with introduction of new rules and alternative spellings of sounds.

Objectives:
Continue phonic work in context of the content they are learning (within a story/science or Art topic)
Simple Grammar (do/does, have got, personal pronouns..)
Spelling rules and tools
Alternative spellings*
Vowel digraphs (ai/oa/ie/ee/ue)
Consonant blends (gr, dr, sc, sm, nt, sp..)
Pronouns (my-mine)
Verbs (present/past/ asking and answering questions)
Order of adjectives

How do you spell .... in English???

Coral George: Jolly Phonics Trainer
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF TEACHING JOLLY PHONICS
To help students with reading, writing and speaking (pronunciation) .
To give the student TOOLS to spell makes them feel more secure with reading and writing.
Phonics are a fun way to introduce sounds and vocabulary at an early age.

ANY QUESTIONS?
Resources:
Important
Finger phonics books
Wall frieze
CD songs
CDROM computer games
Phonic Cards
Handbook

Additional:
Workbooks
Flip-flap book
Phonics readers (Oxford Reading tree/Jolly Phonics/ other phonics based readers)
Websites:
www.starfall.com (infants, primary year 1 and 2)
www.ictgames.com (infants and primary)
www. bbc.co.uk/schools (primary literacy, arts and science)


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