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By MIQUEST WORLDWIDE
How well is English Being
Spoken in this Country?
You eat
what?
Whose
car you
sit?
Where School?
I go to bus
stand!
One tight
slap I
give.
Is it improving or declining?
Children Need to Acquire Strong
English Foundation at Preschool.
a b
c
How Many Methods of
Teaching English are now in
use?
There are 2 Universal Methods
1. Whole Language Method:
• Hear and Say (Oral)
We will go to school.
We will go to school.
1. Whole Language Method:
• Look and Say (reading)
/cat/
cat
/cat/
1. Whole Language Method:
• Look and Say (reading)
mat
Students find it difficult to read words
that have not been taught.
1. Whole Language Method:
• Look and Say (reading)
mat
table
look
bird
sleep
jump
Students need to memorise
all the words that had been taught.
To teach English using the
Whole Language Method:
It requires a teacher to have:
1. Proper Pronunciation
2. Good Intonation
3. Grammar
Otherwise
Whole Language Method:
• Hear and Say (Oral)
You is what name?
Whole Language Method:
• Hear and Say (Oral)
You is what name?
Whole Language Method:
• Look and Say (reading)
/Ri/ /me/
Rime
/Ri/ /me/
What is the right pronunciation?
Rime
If you know the reasons why
words are pronounced in a certain
way, then you are using the:
2. Phonics Method:
• Segment words into different sound
patterns, and blending them together to
sound the whole word.
Which of the two methods
do you think is the
better method for
teaching English?
A research-based Programme
A research-based Programme
A research-based Programme
Team of Experts
Team of Experts
Zuraidah Mohd Don is professor in the
English department at the Faculty of Languages
and Linguistics, University of Malaya and Research
Fellow at the Department of Linguistics, Lancaster
University. She has taught English for over 20 years.
Prof. Dr Zuraidah Mohd Don
A research-based Programme
3 Benchmarks of the UK English
1. Programme Contents
• UK Curriculum for Teaching of English
as a Second Language.
A research-based Programme
3 Benchmarks of the UK English
2. Standard English Pronunciation
• Also known as the Queen’s English or
Received Pronunciation.
• The English pronunciation traditionally used
by the Educated.
• Now used in British Parliament, by BBC Station, and
during Commonwealth Countries Meetings.
3 Benchmarks of the UK English
3. Teaching Instruction is based on:
UK National Literacy Strategy’s
and
American National Reading Panel’s
Teaching Instructions For Early English Learners
(4 to 9 years olds)
UK Literacy Strategy’s &
American National Reading Panel’s
Teaching Instructions
Phonemic Awareness
Phonics
Fluency
Vocabulary
Comprehension
1. Phonemic Awareness
The Ability to focus on and manipulate individual
sounds (phonemes) in spoken words.
• Alliteration/ Rhyme (apple, bird; bat, hat)
• Phoneme Segmentation (c/a/t, f/a/t, m/a/t)
• Onset-rimes Segmentation (c/at, f/at, m/at)
• Sentence Segmentation (The fat cat sits on the table.)
• Syllable Segmentation (fat, ta/ble, kit/ten, o/pen)
2. Phonics
The ability to understand the relationship
between sound and written word.
• Print awareness (letters, words)
• Sound structure (consonants, vowels, etc.)
• Blending sound into words
Phonics: 44 Phoneme Sounds
20 Consonants
/b/ in bird
/k/ in cat and kettle
/d/ in duck
/f/ in fish
/g/ in girl
/h/ in horse
/j/ in jam
/l/ in lip
/m/ in mouse
/n/ in nest
/p/ in pen
/kw/ in queen
/r/ in rabbit
/s/ in sun
/t/ in tap
/v/ in van
/w/ in wig
/x/ in xylophone
/y/ in yo yo
/z/ in zoo
5 shorts Vowels
6 digraphs
5 Diphthongs
short /ă/ in apple
short /ĕ/ in egg
short /ĭ/ in igloo
short /ŏ/ in orange
short /ǔ/ in umbrella
/ch/ in chair
/sh/ in ship
unvoiced /th/ in three
voiced /th/ in this
/hw/ in whale
/ng/ in sing
/oi/ in coin and boy
/ow/ in cow and mouse
short /oo/ in cook
Long /oo/ in school
/aw/ in paw and sauce
5 long Vowels
3 r-controlled
long /ā/ in cake, paint, clay
long /ē/ in bee,
long /ī/ in pie,
long /ō/ in boat
long /ū/ in mule
/ur/ in fern, bird, and nurse
/ar/ in star
/or/ in fork
Phonics: 17 Initial Blend &
6 Ending Sounds
17 Initial Blends
/br/ in brush
/cr/ in crab
/dr/ in drum
/fr/ in frog
/gr/ in grape
/pr/ in prawn
/tr/ in train
/bl/ in blow
/cl/ in clow
/fl/ in flow
/pl/ in plow
/sl/ in slow
6 Ending Sounds
/sc/ in scout
/sl/ in sleep
/sp/ in spoon
/st/ in star
/sn/ in snail
/ck/ in duck
/ft/ in gift
/ss/ in grass
/ll/ in bell
/mp/ in jump
/nd/ in hand
3. Fluency
The ability to speak or read with speed, accuracy
and expression.
• Model fluent reading
• Hear rhythms and intonation
• Read aloud in class
• Read High Frequency words
4. Vocabulary
The ability to understand specific words presented
in texts or orally.
• Teaching of words & meanings
• Make story from vocabulary words
• Retell Story
• Dramatize
5. Comprehension
The ability to understand information presented in
written form or orally.
• Teacher and students discuss the information
• Answer questions regarding the information
• Predict outcome
• Make conclusion
2 Main Objectives
1. To make it Easier for Teachers to
Conduct Effective English Classes.
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Complete Lesson Plans (Thematic)
Matching Workbooks
Auto-run Multi-media Software
Teachers’ Training
2) To Makes it easy and fun for
children to learn.
10 Learning Activities
• Learn to Listen
• Learn Pronunciation
• Learn to Answer
• Learn to Speak
• Learn to Sound
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Learn Vocabulary
Learn Grammar
Learn to Read
Learn to Spell
Learn Intonation
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1. Letters Recognition
abcdef
pansto
2. Vowel Sound ‘a’ and ‘e’
The sound of short vowel ‘a’ and ‘e’
has a slight difference between them
and can be difficult for a child
to differentiate.
3. Early Introduction of letter s
Early inclusion of letter s introduces
a child to plural words
and usage of verbs in readers.
Examples:
I sit on the bed. She sits on the bed.
I have a bag and two toys.
4. Learn to Read Earlier and Faster
3 letters: a, b, c
a
cab
3 letters: p, a, n
a
nap
an
pan
4 letters: a, b, c, d
a
cab
dad
4 letters: p, a, n, s
a
an
pan
nap
as
ass
sap
pans
naps
span
spans
snap
snaps
5 letters: a, b, c, d, e
5 letters: p, a, n, s, t
a
cab
dad
a
an
pan
ace
bad
add
nap
as
ass
sap
pans
naps
span
spans
snap
snaps
at
tan
tap
taps
pat
pats
sat
pant
ant
ants
pants
spat
spats
pass
past
6 letters: a, b, c, d, e, f
6 letters: p, a, n, s, t, o
a
cab
dad
a
an
pan
no
to
non
ace
bed
bad
nap
as
ass
ton
pot
pots
sap
pans
naps
not
tot
tots
span
spans
snap
top
tops
stop
snaps
at
tan
stops
spot
spots
tap
taps
pat
post
pops
pop
pats
sat
pant
ant
ants
pants
spat
spats
pass
past
on
so
fed
7 words
48 words
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