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Jolly Phonics

OUR APPROACH

We use Learner-Centered Teaching Approach which emphasizes on a variety of different types of methods that shifts the role of the instructors from givers of information to facilitating student learning. Learner-Centered Teachers do not employ a single teaching method.

Our center is dedicated to working with children and families to best meet your child’s needs. 

Jolly Phonics is the world's leading English phonics program. It involves a number of fun and exciting activities such as phonics and word games, songs and rhymes, musical movement, activity worksheets and story-time. All of these activities are designed to foster the development of children's pronounciations and reading ability.

 

What is                Jolly Phonics?

Phonics is very important as a foundation for your child's English learning. Do you know that there are two kinds of phonics teaching approach? One is synthetic phonics, and the other is analytic phonics?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                  

 

 

 

                                Synthetic Phonics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                      

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                    Analytical Phonics

 

  • We use a combination of synthetic approach and analytic approch. 
  • It is research-based and proven to be more effective.
  • We have 1.5 hours class which include the application of phonics to reading plus the phonics program. 

 

 

Research Focus

In a report commissioned by the American National Research Council in 2000 entitled ''Preventing Reading Difficultiies in Young Children'', a 17-member panel of reading experts recommended that

 

"We believe that children should be taught to use both processes, starting first with guided part-to-whole learning and progressing to interactive who-to-part learning."

 

"Both the Synthetic and Analytic Phonics methods should be used together in a complementary fashion."

 

Alan Davies, Chartered Educatinoal Psychologist​

 

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