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RESEARCH PROJECT

Laura Pacheco
Camilo Reyes

Tunja
2017

DIDACTIC TEACHING OF PHONETIC .

IMPROVING THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS OF ESL THROUGH JOLLY PHONICS METHOD .

KEY WORDS ARTICULATION PRONUNCIATION DIDACTIC DINAMIC LANGUAGE TEACHING PHONETIC .

CONTEXT For fourth grade of elementary students .

RESEARCH PROBLEM We have seen a lot of high school students who make a lot of pronunciation mistakes and we consider that fourth grade is the right moment to improve their english skills in order to prevent future mistakes. . we have seen that fourth grade students have a lot of difficulties while they to learn to write and speak correctly. Also.

RESEARCH QUESTION How to improve the teaching-learning process of english as a second language in fourth grade students. implementing the didactic and playful Jolly Phonics method? .

because some phonems have different sounds and kinds of pronunciation and articulations. using different kinds of strategies to catch the student’s attention. . and improve their learning process of ESL. JUSTIFICATIO Learn english phonetic isNa hard work to children. That is why it is necessary make teaching more dinamic and attractive.

The letter sounds are split into seven groups. With actions for each of the 42 letter sounds. . THEORETICAL REVIEW JOLLY PHONICS METHOD Jolly Phonics is a complete. fun and child centred approach to teaching literacy through “synthetic phonics”. who can see their students achieve. the multi- sensory method is very motivating for children and teachers.

Identifying the sounds in words (Segmenting) 5.Blending 4.Tricky words Jolly Phonics was published in 1992. • Letter Sound Order • How does Jolly Phonics work? The five skills taught in Jolly Phonics   1. teaching literacy through all the primary/elementary years. .Learning the letter sounds 2. There is now an extensive range from books to software.Learning letter formation 3.

England. Sara Wernham Sara Wernham is a primary/elementary school teacher at Woods Loke Primary School in Lowestoft. She has been the author of many phonics books and resources in the Jolly Phonics programme. . AUTHORS Sue Lloyd Sue Lloyd taught for over 20 years in Woods Loke Primary School (Suffolk).

In 1990 he met Sue Lloyd and he decide to . as well as studying the published scientific research. PUBLISHER Christopher Jolly IHe was interested in our method of teaching and looked at the teaching for himself.

net/marietabiar86/explicacin-del-mtodo • https://uk.es/jolly-phonics/ • http://www.com/que-es-el-metodo-jolly-phonics/ • https://es.linkedin.co.novaescoleta.uk/2010/09/07/sue-lloyd/ • http://www.com/in/christopher-jolly-13190845 .es/aprender-ingles-con-phonics/ • http://funphonicspain. BIBLIOGRAPHY • http://jollylearning.slideshare.oxfordmagazine.