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AISB Jolly Phonics Workshop - 14th November 2020

Updated: May 14, 2021

What is Jolly Phonics?

Jolly Phonics is a synthetic phonics program that teaches reading and writing via sound to letter correspondence.

As a multi-sensory program, Jolly Phonics uses a combination of senses to teach reading and writing. The sounds are taught in a specific order (not alphabetically) which enables children to begin building words as early as possible.

What are the benefits of Jolly Phonics?

Children learn to read and write at a faster and more meaningful rate. They learn that letters have individual sounds and when those sounds are blended together, they become words.

As an example, a Year 1 class might learn a letter sound every day. along with an action for the sound and a song for the sound.  Children do not just learn the sound in isolation, they also have a specific action and a song to help them remember and they learn the correct letter formation at the same time.

About our Jolly Phonics Workshop:

The Australian International School Bangkok would like to invite teachers and parents to our Jolly Phonics Workshop. Anyone is welcomed to join the workshop, including teachers and parents outside the AISB community.

Join our workshop to learn more about effective methods for teaching Jolly Phonics, hosted by Mr John Chambers - a U.K Certified Jolly Phonics Trainer with over 30 years of experience as a classroom teacher.

Workshop Participants will learn:

  • The five main components of Jolly Phonics

  • Tips and tricks to keep students motivated

  • How to teach Jolly Phonics with minimal resources

Key Jolly Phonics Topics Covered:

  1. Tricky words

  2. Identifying the sounds in words

  3. Letter formation

  4. Letter sounds

  5. Blending

Workshop Details:

🗓 Date: Saturday 14th November ⏰ Time: 9am - 3pm (morning tea and lunch provided) 💰Cost: 3,500THB 👉10% Discounts for registrations before 15th October

.Register here: or scan the QR code

For further information or questions,

contact Miss Suzete: | 02-663-5495-7

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