How to teach reading with phonics – 12/12 – Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs – Learn English Phonics!
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How to teach reading with phonics – 12/12 – Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs – Learn English Phonics!


listen 12 other sounds listen 12 other sounds
congratulations welcome to your congratulations welcome to your
congratulations welcome to your
final phonics lesson in this final phonics lesson in this final phonics lesson in this
lesson we’ll show you how to lesson we’ll show you how to lesson we’ll show you how to
pronounce and spell some more pronounce and spell some more pronounce and spell some more
common sound some of these common sound some of these common sound some of these
sounds can be difficult to make sounds can be difficult to make sounds can be difficult to make
so take your time and listen to so take your time and listen to
so take your time and listen to
them repeatedly them repeatedly
them repeatedly
let’s get started our first let’s get started our first let’s get started our first
sound is all it can be made with sound is all it can be made with sound is all it can be made with
a you a you
a you
and aww really let your mouth and aww really let your mouth and aww really let your mouth
hanging open hanging open hanging open
when you pronounce this sound when you pronounce this sound when you pronounce this sound
here are two examples here are two examples here are two examples
are good are good
are good
uh uh
uh
just August just August
just August
r r
r
saw saw
saw
your next sound is out your next sound is out
your next sound is out
combinations of letters that combinations of letters that combinations of letters that
make this sound include oh you make this sound include oh you make this sound include oh you
and oh w and oh w
and oh w
here are two examples here are two examples here are two examples
cool oh yeah cool oh yeah
cool oh yeah
cloud cloud
cloud
Wow cow your next sound is a Wow cow your next sound is a Wow cow your next sound is a
blending of two vowel sounds blending of two vowel sounds blending of two vowel sounds
said quickly said quickly said quickly
listen carefully to the examples listen carefully to the examples listen carefully to the examples
of the sound boy in words the of the sound boy in words the
of the sound boy in words the
letters blend together letters blend together letters blend together
boy boy
boy
mmm mmm
mmm
coin boy toy coin boy toy coin boy toy
you already heard the short e you already heard the short e you already heard the short e
sound it in lesson 1 and you sound it in lesson 1 and you sound it in lesson 1 and you
know that the EA combination can know that the EA combination can know that the EA combination can
make the long e sound make the long e sound make the long e sound
now we want you to listen to now we want you to listen to now we want you to listen to
some common examples of the some common examples of the some common examples of the
short e sound made with the EA short e sound made with the EA
short e sound made with the EA
combination combination combination
listen closely listen closely listen closely
bird bird
bird
did did did
read through it to thread your read through it to thread your read through it to thread your
final sound for this lesson is final sound for this lesson is final sound for this lesson is
who you learned that the 00 who you learned that the 00 who you learned that the 00
combination can make the long combination can make the long combination can make the long
oh and the long you sounds now oh and the long you sounds now oh and the long you sounds now
listen to some common examples listen to some common examples listen to some common examples
of words with the 00 combination of words with the 00 combination of words with the 00 combination
pronounced like who pronounced like who
pronounced like who
but but
but
book book
book
who who
who
hook hook hook
well done you’ve really learned well done you’ve really learned well done you’ve really learned
many sounds and your many sounds and your
many sounds and your
pronunciation is already pronunciation is already pronunciation is already
improving continue to review improving continue to review improving continue to review
these sounds as you study these sounds as you study these sounds as you study
believe you can become fluent in believe you can become fluent in believe you can become fluent in
your conversations and your conversations and
your conversations and
pronunciation will improve in no pronunciation will improve in no pronunciation will improve in no
time time time
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99 thoughts on “How to teach reading with phonics – 12/12 – Vowel Digraphs & Diphthongs – Learn English Phonics!

  1. Glad to hear that! Just remember that phonics is great for learning the sounds of English, but the sounds of words will change depending on the other words around them. Good luck! 🙂

  2. Hi thanks 4 the videos they have helped a lot but I feel I still need a lot more 2 b confident in reading and spelling if u can put video on how 2 read and writing without spelling mistakes that would be great thanks again

  3. Thanks for the comment!

    There are always lots of things to improve, and you just need to practice. Don't worry so much about making mistakes. I do all the time. 🙂

  4. Im so glad of your downloads im a native English speaker aged 33. I could never spell I recently learnt I have ADHD and also have dyslexia. With your help and support from my health centre. I can finally hear the different sounds. Thank you so very much.

  5. Hello, I'm an American who lives in Italy. I just started tutoring English to two 7th graders, at home and your phonics lessons were very helpful. I don't know where to go from here. Any advice?

  6. Glad to hear it! Italy must be awesome. I'd really like to visit!

    Where you go from here depends on how good their level is. When you show a mixture of words with different phonics combinations in them, can the kids read the words? Beyond the phonics in this series, there are LOTS of smaller exceptions that just need to be practiced and seen in their natural habitat (books). Have them start reading for their level and let me know if you have any questions.

    Good luck! 🙂

  7. It is very good that I found this lessons. Lessons since 1 until 12, I will certainly look several times. These are good one for repetition.
    I don't know many things. I learned English language very quickly.
    Do you believe?
    These lessons are helping me now. I have to carefully to write and read Italian words, where a combination of vowels and consonants requires a different pronunciation.
    Grazie.
    M.(H) A

  8. Thank you Sir! your videos have been very helpful, I've finished Lesson 1 to 12 and I will still continue practicing =)

  9. Thank you English Anyone for providing such wonderful videos.your phonics lessons were very helpful.

  10. can i have a copies  from all of those, I am tutoring grade 2 student and he is a slow learner, and i need these badly. Thank you.

  11. Oh gosh, It's a very interesting guide but "ea" is a nightmare, three different sound (long a, long ee and short e)

  12. I'm happy with this great contribution to English Sound learning. Very simple. practical and comprehensive and for free. Thank you so much and God bless you.

  13. This video is very helpful, I hope you have time to continue giving us more lesson about phonetics, to me It is the hardest part of learning, I have been looking for a material like this, thanks.

  14. Hello sir! I learned a lot from your video. These 12 lessons will help me a lot for my kids learning phonics. Thank you.God bless.

  15. Thanks a lot. If I review a couple of times, I can read almost English words with American accent. I hope you could have the same videos for British accent.

  16. It has been a year since we started out reading guideline “fetching loli only” (Google it). My daughter is constantly developing her reading skills until now. She now reads beginning chapter books and is an outstanding speller. She writes sentences and a few short stories as well.

  17. My daughter are now able to read with confidence and I am very happy about it! I cannot imagine it is possible. I started using this reading guide “Wamzοzο Loli” (Google it) for 7 days, and I later found that she could spell 3-letter words without the need of memorizing.

  18. Exellent, my son is 10 and we speak Afrikaans. These tutorials helps a lot with his English subject in school.

  19. Hi, all these 12 videos are excellent. I've learnt a lot from these but I need a lot more help to know how to put a stress on a word and use intonation.I also want to learn how to read with expression. Tamseela

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  21. Hello….!! Being a preschool teacher I always struggled with phonics. Your lectures are best to understand basics in English language. Thanks a lot…!!!

  22. What a fantastic job you are doing teaching the phonics, so many language programs want you only to memorize words, and when that happens you cannot pronounce, spell, or look up a word in the dictionary to find a meaning. I am a native American English speaker and the way you teach is exactly as I learned it. With just even these first 12 lessons, people will greatly improve their learning abilities. Thanks so much for this, I am going to share it with my non native speakers, who as you point out on your subscription page, can read and write english easily but cannot speak it. Bravo!

  23. I also watched quite a few of your videos for adults and the ones you are teaching your daughter. I agreed to teach a friends Tibetan/French daughter english, she is 5. She is fluent in several Tibetan dialects, and french hahahahaha she is way ahead of me. But, as much English and writing classes in college I had, I think this project is going to teach me the most both for french, and in teaching her english. I agree with your idea about motivation, I have learning problems in my brain from auto-immune diseases. I learn so very slow in the french methods of trying to memorize, so since I must communicate in french at the same 5 yr old, level, and in english, I think we will both grow in french and english together using your methods. I like your idea of just needing to stay ahead of her. That seems very doable, since I need to work in my long term memory rather than do the impossible memorization. I have not had so much hope until now, but, I could not possibly let down a child. So, I will be rethinking the way I teach myself french. The way I see it, we are not learning a new language, we will just be adding more words to say the same things. After all the Eskimos have 50 words for snow!

  24. thank you so much for this videos, i am using what i have learned from here in teaching my students, as their official tutor

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