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Hướng dẫn toàn tập về Jolly Phonics cho Giáo viên và Phụ huynh
Welcome to the Jolly Phonics Ultimate Guide for Teachers, Parents, and Students. This guide was created by American licensed teacher and certified Jolly Phonics & Grammar trainer Keith Tacey. Keith Tacey has trained over 500 teachers in more than 12 countries, and more than 500 students have completed the Jolly Phonics program at his language centers in Hanoi & Da Nang, Vietnam.
This guide will tell you everything you need to know to start using Jolly Phonics successfully in your own life. If you want to teach Jolly Phonics at home, teach Jolly Phonics for reception, or explore the world of Jolly Phonics YouTube, this guide will provide all of the anwers.
What You Will Learn
In this section, you will learn about the Jolly Phonics resources that are available for free and for purchase. If you are a parent or a teacher looking for Jolly Phonics resources to improve your lessons, this is where you want to be.
- Jolly Phonics Books
- Jolly Phonics App
- Jolly Phonics YouTube
- Jolly Phonics Flashcards
- Jolly Phonics Decodable Readers
- Jolly Phonics Whiteboard
- Jolly Phonics Worksheets
- Jolly Phonics Free Resources
- Jolly Phonics PDF
What You Will Learn
In this section, you will learn everything you need to know about teaching Jolly Phonics in the classroom, at home, or online.
- 5 Main Skills of Jolly Phonics
- How to teach letter sounds
- How to teach letter formation
- How to teach blending
- How to teach phonological awareness
- How to teach tricky words
What You Will Learn
In this section you will find all of the information you need to begin Jolly Phonics training. Upon completion of your training, you will have the knowledge necessary to be successful with Jolly Phonics however you are using it.
- Jolly Phonics Online Training
- Jolly Phonics Training For Schools
- Jolly Phonics Training For Online Teachers
- Jolly Phonics Training For Parents
- Jolly Phonics Training For Professional Development
What is Jolly Phonics?
Jolly Phonics is a systematic synthetic phonics program co-authored by teachers Sue Lloyd and Sara Wernham. It is published by independent British publisher Jolly Learning, owned by Christopher Jolly. Jolly Phonics products have been sold around the globe since 1992. What draws so many to the Jolly Phonics program is its focus on multi-sensory learning, as each Jolly Phonics sound includes an action, a story, and a song to help children remember it. Jolly Phonics is currently being used in over 100 countries around the world.
Jolly Phonics Sounds
While it is generally accepted that the English language has forty-four phonemes when considering how the sounds are written using the International Phonetic Alphabet, the Jolly Phonics program teaches forty-two sounds. Of the forty-two sounds, eighteen of them are digraphs. Digraphs are not introduced until the latter half of the Jolly Phonics program, as they are more challenging to learn.
Jolly Phonics Order
Jolly Phonics has forty-two sounds organized into seven groups in order from easiest to most difficult. Jolly Phonics groups are strategically organized so that letters that look the same and sound that sound the same are in separate groups to avoid confusion. The groups are also organized in a way that students can read more words sooner and faster. At the end of Jolly Phonics Phase 1, students can read about a dozen words. By the end of Jolly Phonics Phase 2, students can read about double that. The list of words that students can read grows exponentially from there.
Jolly Phonics Songs
Every Jolly Phonics sound is taught with a fun Jolly Phonics song to help children remember the content. The best part is that the Jolly Phonics songs are made to the tune of popular nursery rhymes and children’s songs, so they are easy for teachers, parents, and students to remember.
Jolly Phonics YouTube
Nowadays, everyone is on YouTube. It’s not just a place for gamers and YouTubers. YouTube is full of tutorials, news stories, education videos, and so much more. If you want to check out Jolly Phonics YouTube, [Wordplay English Language Center has a channel with more than seventy-five Jolly Phonics videos on our channel]. Join more than 7,500 subscribers who study Jolly Phonics with Wordplay on YouTube every day.
Jolly Phonics Books
If you are looking for Jolly Phonics books, please stay away from the scams on social media. The only places to buy legitimately are directly from the Jolly Learning website ([UK online shop], [US online shop]), or [authorized stockiest around the world].
Jolly Phonics App
Jolly Phonics has many apps, but none is better than _Jolly Lessons Pro, _available on android and iOS, and macOS. If you would like to see a step-by-step walkthrough of the app, [check out our video here] or read all about it here.
Jolly Phonics Actions
Taking a multi-sensory approach to learning Phonics, Jolly Phonics has a fun action with each song. The actions tie in closely with the Jolly Phonics stories and the Jolly Phonics songs, creating mental hooks to help the children recall the sound more efficiently. Jolly Phonics actions are a great way to hint to your students when they forget what sound a letter makes without just giving them the answer. You can see all 42 Jolly Phonics actions (and sing along with the songs, too) right here. **EMBED JOLLY TRAINING VIDEO**
Jolly Phonics Digraphs
Digraphs are defined as the combination of two letters representing one sound. Digraphs can be two different letters (like ’ai’, for example), or they can be two of the same letters (like ‘mm’, for example). Jolly Phonics has eighteen digraphs, including /qu/. Teaching /qu/ as a digraph is a bit controversial in the world of synthetic Phonics, so Jolly Phonics includes a special explanation in the Jolly Phonics Handbook stating, “the sound /qu/ is really two sounds, /k/ and /w/, blended together as /kw/.
Digraphs are commonly considered the most difficult sounds to teach in Jolly Phonics, so they are not introduced until the latter half of the program, beginning in phase four. Phase seven is the only one with all digraphs. Jolly Phonics identifies all sounds on their flashcards, even digraphs, with a single dot under the sound. Other phonics programs prefer to put a dash under the digraph (instead of a dot) to draw more attention to the digraph for the students.
Some digraphs sound different depending on if you are speaking British or American English. **You can check out the American pronunciation of all 18 Jolly Phonics digraphs here.** **LINK TO BLOG POST WITH MY DIGRAPH PLAYLIST**
Jolly Phonics Books PDF
If you are looking for Jolly Phonics books PDF please stop. [Jolly Learning]does not offer any of the official Jolly Phonics resources as pdfs. If you want Jolly Phonic books, you can see all of your options here **(anchor to the same page; Jolly Phonics books)**
Jolly Phonics Decodable Readers
The best product that Jolly Phonics ever came out with is Jolly Phonics Decodable readers (the orange level readers). There are twenty-one books in total, three books per phase. The students will be ready to read three new books at the end of each Jolly Phonics phase, which is an excellent way for students to learn both Phonics and reading at the same time without running into content that they are not ready for yet. The best part is, you can get the Jolly Phonics Orange level readers digitally [in the Google Play store], [in Apple Books], or you can [get physical copies from the online shop].
Jolly Phonics Flashcards
Jolly Phonics has some great resources included in the classroom kits and sold separately as well. One of the main resources that Jolly Phonics sells is their Jolly Phonics Flashcards. These cards contain letter sound flashcards, alternative spellings of the vowel sounds, and word cards. You can read more about the Jolly Phonics flashcards here. **LINK TO CLUSTER**