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China

Gary Yung

Gary-YungHangzhou
Gary Yung graduated from a doctoral degree program in Zhejiang University studying comparative education. He also holds an M.A. in Early Childhood Education from UBC, Canada; an M.S. in educational psychology from California State University, USA. He has established a number of international kindergartens in Hangzhou, Zhejiang and Chengdu, Sichuan. He introduced Jolly Phonics to a number of kindergartens in Hong Kong with impressive results.  He sees the need for a quality phonics curriculum to bring to China to help improve English language education in the country. He provides Jolly Phonics teacher training to teachers and parents in the region while working as an education consultant in China in present.

email:
gary992@gmail.com
tel:
(861) 39580 15703

David Calia

David CaliaGuangdong Province

David Calia is an American teacher whose teaching in China first started at a large international school. From there he has moved to a local Chinese Kindergarten and to supporting training centers, using Jolly Phonics in each of these.  David has seen the success of this teaching and the confidence of the children in being able to read.  He is excited at being able to train teachers to achieve in this way.

广东省
大卫·卡利亚(David Calia)是一个美国老师, 一开始执教于在中国的一所大型国际学校。在那工作之后,他已转移到一个中国本地的幼儿园并为一些培训中心作教育顾问,Jolly Phonics一直都为之使用。大卫已经看到了这种教学的成功和目睹孩子们能够阅读的信心。他很高兴能培养教师去实行这样的教学模式。

email:
dcinchina@hotmail.com
tel:
(861) 37101 55437
website:
www.go-goenglish.com/Jolly-Phonics.html

Lin Yuan (Lydia)

Guangdong Province
Yuan is an experienced children’s English and Music teacher since 2004. She is a native Chinese and is commonly known as Lydia-her English name. She was introduced to Jolly Phonics in 2009 while working in an international school. She has since founded her own language school in the south of China and she has experienced amazing results in her students as well as the English teachers that she works with. Lydia is eager to help increase awareness of Phonics in China and help provide high quality English phonics teaching and learning for parents, teachers and students.

自2004年起,媛是一个资深的少儿英语和音乐老师。她是一个土生土长的中国人,他人称她为莉迪亚(Lydia),因此名为其英文名。2009年她在一所国际学校工作时,接触认识到了Jolly Phonics。此后,在中国的南部她成立了自己的语言学校,且在她的学生及与她一起工作的英语老师身上,看到了惊人的成绩。莉迪亚(Lydia)渴望帮助提高在中国,人们对英语自然拼读的认识,并协助提供高品质的英语自然拼读教学和学习给家长们,教师们和学生们。

email:
linyuan.inchina@gmail.com
website:
www.go-goenglish.com

Hong Kong

Andus Li

Andus LiAndus Li established Jolly Faith Learning Centre in 1998 and has been serving young children in Hong Kong and mainland China. Andus is experienced in using phonics in early literacy development, particularly with English as second language. Andus and JFLC regularly conduct workshops for parents and teachers on how to integrate Jolly Phonics into the local curriculum and culture. JFLC stocks Jolly Phonics products for its own use and purchased by fellow educators. Shipping outside Hong Kong may be arranged.

email:
jollyfaith@gmail.com
tel:
(852) 27881866

Beverly Sace

Beverly Sace

Beverly Sace is a Native English (American) teacher who is passionate about enabling teachers to raise English literacy in Hong Kong. She sees phonics in general, and Jolly Phonics in particular, as central to this. She is thrilled when each child first learns to sound out and blend.

Beverly heads Sunflowers Education in Kwun Tong, where she runs literacy and language programmes for children 3-12 years old using Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammar. Beverly holds Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammar training workshops for parents and teachers quarterly and is a speaker for inclusive education at a local university. She also helps local and international kindergartens and primary schools implement Jolly Phonics and Grammar in their curriculum. Parents, teachers and school principals who work with Beverly are amazed at Jolly Phonics’ excellent results.

Beverly also delivers Jolly Phonics training to schools and teachers in South East Asia (Macau, Philippines and Thailand), and is keen on effecting change on the teaching of reading and grammar so young children can benefit from the advantage that Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammar bring.

email:
bevsace@sunflowerseducation.com
tel:
+852 3481 0985
website:
www.sunflowerseducation.com
travel:
Hong Kong, Macau, Philippines, Thailand

Winnie Pang

winnie-newWan Chai

With more than 15 years of experience in education, Winnie particularly enjoys teaching Phonics. Thanks to many of her Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Vietnamese students, she has had lots of joy hearing them blend words when she sounds them out, and watching them write and spell in a language foreign to them.

Winnie believes in transferring Phonics skills to children as well as their parents so that they can use it to help them read and spell, to become confident users of English, and more importantly, to be able to appreciate English books, movies and songs, and of course to make friends. As well as a Teacher Of English at the British Council from 1999 to now, Winnie has also started giving Phonics training to the teachers at British Council Hong Kong. Her two-day certificate course will be available to all from February 2017. Contact Winnie if you would like to find out more about the course.

 

email:
ahwin.pang@gmail.com
tel:
852 91033078
travel:
Hong Kong, Macau, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Vietnam

Angela Iu

Hong Kong and China

Angela has been teaching English as a Second Language for over 20 years, and teaching children aged 3-14 with Jolly Phonics. Her English Learning Centre has 3 branches in New Territories, Hong Kong.

She believes that good teachers teach well, but better teachers motivate students to self motivate themselves to learn. By using the songs from Jolly Phonics and Jolly Music, Angela creates a fun environment for the students. By structuring the classroom so students know what is expected of them, Angela creates disciplined and motivated students.

She is currently holding workshops for both teachers and parents, helping to implement Jolly Phonics and Jolly Music, and develop teachers’ skills. She is eager to help other teachers to learn the joys that teaching with Jolly Series can bring as well as ensuring that, once learnt, those skills are used for their further English Language education.

email:
angela@crisyland.com
tel:
(852) 9103 0011
website:
www.crisyland.com
travel:
Hong Kong and China

Robin Chan

Robin Chan

With more than 20 years of experience in teaching English, Robin (B.Ed., TESOL) has been teaching Jolly Phonics for over 15 years. He has witnessed how effective using synthetic phonics with young children is, and the wonderful results it produces. As a phonics specialist, Robin is currently involved in one-to-one teaching of Jolly Phonics to K-1 & K-3 pupils in Hong Kong. Robin provides reading assessments for pupils and advice to parents to help develop their child’s literacy. Robin also specializes in teaching English Grammar and writing to children who have mastered phonics skills. Robin has recently started teaching Jolly Phonics to adults as well. In addition, Robin would like to teach any interested individuals French phonics.

email:
robinccy@outlook.com
tel:
852 9820 8237

Japan

Shino Abe

shinoYokohama, Kanagawa

Shino has been working for Yokosuka Gakuin Elementary School in Kanagawa since 2006. She has seen the impact of Jolly Phonics and the outstanding results that their students have achieved learning English with the Jolly Phonics programme. Shino firmly believes that Jolly Phonics is the best solution for learning to read, write and speak in English, so would love to share her experiences with other teachers, so they too can make a difference to their students and schools.

小学校でジョリーフォニックスを使って指導していますが、ジョリーフォニックスを習った子どもたちの変化に、一番驚いたのは我々教員でした。ジョリーフォニックスは日本の子どもたちに必要な指導法です。小学校現場での実践を共有しながら、このプログラムを多くの先生方と一緒に学んでいくことができたら幸いです。トレーニングは日本語で行います。

email:
elemenglish@yokosukagakuin.ac.jp
tel:
+81 (0)46852 1920
website:
www.yokosukagakuin.ac.jp/primary/YGES/YGES_top.html
travel:
All of Japan

Georgette Keolanui-Wilson

Georgette-Profile-PicGeorgette is a native English speaker from Kamuela, Hawaii. She has been an EFL educator in Japan for over 13 years. She strongly believes in teaching synthetic phonics. Since using the Jolly Phonics programme her students have gained the necessary skills to help them become successful readers and writers of English. Her students and their families’ motivation to learn English soars once they grasp the core skills learned through the programme. She would love to share those skills with you and help you and your students build a strong phonetic programme by using Jolly Phonics.

email:
FamilyPhonics@outlook.com
tel:
090-2218-5961
travel:
All of Japan / U.S. Military Installations within the Pacific Region

Alex Conley

Alex-ConleyAlex Conley is from California, USA and he has lived and worked in Japan since May 2011. He is currently the Executive Director of Coar Inc., an English school and education services company, and works as an English teacher and teacher trainer. He has been using Jolly Phonics in an eikaiwa (English conversation school) for the last five years because he believes it’s the most efficient and effective way of teaching students to read and write. He hopes to share his experiences and knowledge with parents and teachers throughout Japan.

トレーニングは英語で行いますが、お問い合わせ等は日本語でも大丈夫です.

email:
al-conley@coar.co.jp
tel:
080 6869 7771
website:
www.phonicsinjapan.com
travel:
Tokyo, Chiba, Hiroshima and other regions of Japan with sufficient notice.

Kayoko Yamashita

Kayoko is a qualified primary, secondary school teacher in Japan, and has worked in schools in Japan and England. She graduated from The University of Nottingham with an MA in Special Needs Education. She has worked with children who need additional support to acquire English or with special needs in schools. As Jolly Phonics is accessible to a wide range of children, Kayoko has seen that it boosts their self-esteem, giving them the confidence to speak English. She firmly believes Jolly Phonics programme will provide a secure and inspiring foundation for children to learn English in Japan. She can give training via Skype or will travel to Japan.

子どもたちが「できた!わかった!楽しい!」と自分の力で英語を読み書きできるようになっていく姿を目の当たりにし、ジョリーフォニックスの素晴らしさを日々体感しています。この素晴らしいプログラムを日本でも日本語で提供できるようになりとてもうれしく思っています。一緒に楽しく学んでいきましょう。

email:
info@kayokoyamashita.com
tel:
Skype: kayoko.yamashita.jp
website:
www.kayokoyamashita.com
travel:
Japan and training via Skype

April McBride

April-McbrideApril McBride is from the UK and has lived and worked in Japan for the past 12 years. She has been actively using Jolly Phonics in an International School environment for the last 9 years. Specialising in teaching younger learners, non-native English learners as well as older children who are struggling with their reading and writing development, April has used this programme to achieve fantastic results. As a parent of two bilingual, elementary schools boys she is keen to present her training to parents as well as teachers, especially those raising bilingual children in Japan.

email:
april-louise@live.com
travel:
Japan and other countries in region with sufficient notice

Tomoko Ueda

Osaka City

Tomoko owns and teaches in Mami EC (Juku) in Nara pref. She graduated from Osaka City University and holds a TEFL Diploma. Having worked as a court clerk for more than 20 years, she became an English teacher because she is passionate about helping children to be confident with their English skills. She is glad to offer Jolly Phonics Training in Japanese and she would like to spread the programme to as many Japanese people as possible, as she believes that it is really wonderful.

日本語でジョリーフォニックスのトレーニングを提供できることをとても嬉しく思っています。たくさんの日本の人にジョリーフォニックスの良さを知っていただけたらと思っています。

email:
info@mamiec.com
tel:
080-8331-7285
website:
www.mamiec.com
travel:
All of Japan

Dave Gracey

Dave-GraceyDave Gracey is from Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. He is the Assistant Director at IB English Japan. He became a Jolly Phonics Trainer because he knows the Jolly Phonics Programme is the most effective way to teach children to read and write. He has used it in his classes over the last ten years with amazing results. He hopes to share this success with others.

email:
davegrc1@gmail.com
tel:
080-4378-3022
website:
www.phonicsinjapan.com
travel:
Chiba, Narita and Tokyo area.

South Korea

Terry Faulkner

IMG_5428-(1)Terry has been working with young EFL and ESL learners from many countries and cultural backgrounds in both traditional and Montessori settings for over 13 years (using Jolly Phonics since 2012). He has a K-12 ESOL teaching certification in the U.S., a Masters degree in TEFL/TESL from The University of Birmingham U.K. and a Bachelors degree in Sociology. He knows from experience that Jolly Phonics is the best phonics program on the market having used a number of other phonics systems in his classrooms over the years.  He wants to share his enthusiasm for this system with teachers who wish to get their students ready to read and communicate in English.

email:
terryofaulkneresol@gmail.com
tel:
82-10-9644-1975
website:
http://joyjobs.com/cv/f/faulkner.htm
travel:
All of South Korea

Sung Eun Chung

Sung Eun ChungSung Eun Chung is a vice principal at Agape Montessori Education Center, a private primary school near Daegu. She has a degree in Child Education and English Literature from Myoungji University in Seoul, Korea, and a masters degree in Education from Loyola College in Maryland, USA. She has been teaching with Jolly Phonics for over 10 years during which time she has been amazed how it has been fun and easy to teach phonics to Korean children and teachers. She has seen their English pronunciation improve greatly by learning each sound accurately. She is keen to train in Korea so as to “spread this great method”!

email:
agapevision@gmail.com

Yoonji Chung

Yoonji ChungYoonji Chung is a preschool teacher in Agape Montessori Education Center since 2008. Before that she worked in Agape Language Institute 2007-2009 as a Jolly Phonics teacher. She has Association Montessori International (AMI) Certification for 3-5 years old children and a bachelor degree in Kyungbuk National University, where she did a double major in psychology and child-family studies, with a minor in English. She loves Jolly Phonics so much because it gives confidence to everyone –  not just children, but adults too! She wants to help many people, especially children and teachers, to have confidence in English. She is eager to train more teachers because she believes that Jolly Phonics is the best way to achieve that; during her teaching experiences she has seen children and teachers who gained confidence in reading English words through Jolly Phonics.

email:
agapearoma@gmail.com
tel:
82-10-9090-2531
travel:
All of South Korea

Josh Robbins

Josh-Robbins-PhotoJosh Robbins is an Early Years and EAL specialist, with over 10 years of teaching and leadership experience in a range of schools. He is a fully qualified British Teacher, who holds an additional diploma in TESOL, and an MA in International Education from the University of Sunderland in the UK. Having provided CPD both internally and externally on phonics pedagogy, he has a passion for phonics and believes that Jolly Phonics is an excellent way of motivating and engaging children in the all important journey from learning to read to reading learn. Aside from this, Josh believes that more parents and teachers need to be made aware of the importance of phonics and is keen to share his expertise and love of Jolly Phonics with others.

Willing To Travel To: Asia, Middle East.

email:
josh@jollyphonicstraining.com
tel:
+82 (70) 7893-5210

Taiwan

Cindy Pan

Cindy PanCindy Pan has 12 years experience lecturing at Tiny Tots Educational Supplies.   For 3 years she has taught Jolly Phonics to students from K-3 (and elders 60 to 85 years old). Now she is presenting Jolly Phonics throughout Taiwan so every student can have a fun English learning experience.

email:
tinytots_tw@yahoo.com.tw
tel:
(886) 2736 2666

China

Jolly Phonics Training in China a Success!

Jolly Phonics Training at QSI InternationalSchool Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China was a resounding success! 7 teachers from the school were in attendance of the one day training workshop on Tuesday September 4th, 2012. David Calia, The Jolly Phonics Trainer in Guangdong Province, presented information surrounding the five basic skills along with helpful teacher activities and an overview of Jolly materials and resources. The teachers and administration were excited and felt confident to begin using Jolly Phonics in their classes and in their school! We’re all looking forward to working with Jolly Grammar.

Successful Training in Guangzhou, China

On October 29th, 2013 David Calia and Lydia Lin had successfully conducted two training and informative events on Jolly Phonics to two organizations in Guangzhou, South China. 

The events were attended by head teachers of each of the Shunde and Foshan primary schools in Guangzhou, and Graduate students at the The South China Normal University. The excitement of all the teachers and administration was welcoming as a year long trial in six primary schools will proceed. Additionally, Framework of a research study regarding the trial is being considered.

David Calia, Trainer in Guangdong China:We’re looking forward to working with teachers, and seeing the students grow!”

 

Jolly Learning Training in Shandong Province

On November 18th, 2013 Lydia Lin and David Calia had given training on Jolly Phonics scheme to a group of primary school teachers in Qingdao, Chenyang, Shandong Province, China. Lydia and David were invited by the education department and were glad to support them in the way of introducing Jolly Phonics and Grammar to schools.

David Calia, certified Jolly Learning trainer in China: “32 primary school teachers attended our training in Qingdao and it was such a joy to learn together. Many of the techers were so excited about using Jolly Phonics and our time together was great!”

 

 

 

Hong Kong

Training in Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Professional Development Days in Literacy Teaching using Jolly Phonics with Beverly Sace:

Dates For Your Diary In 2017

EASTER SESSION: April 14 & 17, Saturday & Monday, Modules 1 & 2

SUMMER SESSION: August 5 & 6, 9 & 10, Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Modules 1-4

CHRISTMAS SESSION: December 16, 17, 19 & 20, Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Modules 1-4 with a special SEN module by Kayoko Yamashita on 21st December.

Contact cpd@sunflowerseducation.com to book 

 

Module 1: Getting Started in Teaching Jolly Phonics

Why is Synthetic Phonics important and why is Jolly Phonics the best programme to teach young children? 

Teach the first 42 sounds of English using the five skills of Jolly Phonics, includes practical hands on classroom workshop.

Module 2A: Spelling and Writing with Jolly Phonics

How do children learn how to spell? 

How do we teach dictation? 

How can we encourage children to write independently and creatively? Start teaching spelling and writing using alternative spellings.

Module 2B: Jolly Grammar 1 & 2

Now your students can read and write – what’s next? 

This course will inform you on the teaching of a solid grammar foundation for children in K3 and up. This is important for Primary One and Two children!

Module 3: Jolly Grammar 3 & 4

Children’s knowledge of Grammar is extended, advanced and refined. For teachers of children in P2 and up. Authentic English children’s literature is also used to support grammar teaching.

Module 4: Jolly Grammar 5 & 6 

Advanced grammar teaching for senior primary teachers of P3 and up. Very useful for Secondary School teachers wanting to help their students as well!

Jolly Phonics Trainer Beverly Sace holds training sessions on teaching Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammar to parents, primary school teachers, secondary school teachers, language teachers and principals in Hong Kong every quarter. Beverly Sace will guide you step by step and answer all your questions on how to teach and implement Jolly Phonics and Jolly Grammar at your school (or at home) to raise children’s literacy levels. In-School training sessions are also available.

Special Needs Education With Jolly Phonics: 

Supporting The Acquiring Of English Reading And Writing Skills For Children With Spld, Asd Or Adhd.

 

Training by Kayoko Yamashita (with Beverly Sace):

December 21 2017, 10am to 5pm.

Content: 

Why and how is Jolly Phonics effective in helping children with Special Needs? 

What classroom activities can help children? 

Join us as Kayoko shares her experience and expertise.

Contact cpd@sunflowerseducation.com to book

Jolly Phonics Modules 1 & 2 (with Beverly Sace) are prerequisites for M3-M4 and SEN courses.

Who should attend?

Teachers, especially English teachers and class teachers

School Principals, owners and administrators

Parents and Committee members of PTAs

Other Personnel who manage or deal with children at the nursery to senior primary education levels.

 

Jolly Faith Learning Centre

Who they are

JFLC is a government registered school in Kowloon Tong, nested among the leading kindergartens, with 18 years’ experience in teaching young children English based on Jolly Phonics. Andus Li and the team of native English speaking trainers have learned from the authors and publisher and maintain close liaison with them on enhancements based on local experience. JFLC is also experienced in teaching and training in China.

What they do

Building on extensive classroom experience, JFLC as the leading professional trainer provides structured training to educators and schools and also supplies teaching materials as supportive service. JFLC runs training sessions for schools and kindergartens by appointment and also scheduled public workshops for parents and teachers. Up to Feb 2016, JFLC has conducted 86 workshops/training sessions.

Contact

For updated information and enquiry, visit http://www.jflc.com and https://www.facebook.com/Jolly-Faith-Learning-Centre-238912936208477/?fref=ts or email jollyteach@gmail.com or jollyfaith@gmail.com.

 

Japan

Training in Japan

Chiba

Training with Dave Gracey:

Introduction to Jolly Phonics: From Phonics to Small Books
Price: ¥16,500
Date: Sunday March 5th
Time: 
10:00 – 17:30 (lunch 13:30 – 14:30)
Location: 
Yachiyo-Midorigaoka

This training will be conducted in English, though anyone can contact us with inquiries in Japanese. This is primarily for teachers, but parents and anyone else who wants to learn about Jolly Phonics is welcome.
Contents of the Workshop
– The historical teaching methods of reading and writing
– What is systematic phonics/Jolly Phonics
– The basic 42 sounds and the Jolly Phonics actions
– The relationship between letters and sounds
– The 5 basic skills of Jolly Phonics
– How to teach a Jolly Phonics lesson
– Activity ideas for practicing with students and at home
– Transferring from reading letters, words and sentences to reading short readers

This training will be given in both English and Japanese Languages.

To reserve a space or for further information, please contact Alex Conley at al-conley@coar.co.jp or message us on Facebook @phonicsinjapan

 

Hakata

Training with Kayoko Yamashita:

Two-day Jolly Phonics Training

Date: Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th April
Time: 09:30 – 17:30
Venue: Reference Station East Building 5th Floor, v-4

Two day Jolly Phonics Training! You will learn the difference between the English and Japanese sounds, the five basic skills and 42 letter sounds on the first day. On the second day, you will be learning how to teach the alternative spellings and tricky words in the morning, and will do a micro teaching session in the afternoon. You will also learn how to support the children with Dyslexia as well.

For more information visit www.kayokoyamashita.com or click here and here to view the flyers.
For any enquiries or to book a place, please contact Kayoko at jimu@kayokoyamashita.com

 

Hiroshima

Training with Alex Conley:

Introduction to Jolly Phonics for Teachers and Parents
Price: ¥16,500 (group discounts of 3 or more people available, contact for details)
Date: Sunday February 5th
Time: 
10:00 – 17:30 (lunch 13:30 – 14:30)
Location: 
Mukainada Eki Mae/Mukainada Station

This training will be conducted in English, though anyone can contact us with inquiries in Japanese. This is primarily for teachers, but parents and anyone else who wants to learn about Jolly Phonics is welcome.
Contents of the Workshop
– The historical teaching methods of reading and writing
– What is systematic phonics/Jolly Phonics
– The basic 42 sounds and the Jolly Phonics actions
– The relationship between letters and sounds
– The 5 basic skills of Jolly Phonics
– How to teach a Jolly Phonics lesson
– Activity ideas for practicing with students and at home

This training will be given in both English and Japanese Languages.

To reserve a space or for further information, please contact Alex Conley at al-conley@coar.co.jp or message us on Facebook @phonicsinjapan

 

 

 Osaka

Training with Tomoko Ueda:

Jolly Phonics Workshop and Grammar 1 Training

Date: March 19th (Sun)
Time:
 Jolly Phonics Workshop – 9:45 – 14:45 (including lunch break) / Jolly Grammar 1 Training – 15:00 – 19:00
Location: Creo Osaka Central (Near Shitennoji-Yuhigaoka Station on Tanimachi Line)
Price: ¥11,000 each (set discount ¥20,000 for both)
Contents for Jolly Phonics Workshop 9:45 – 14:45
1. Jolly Phonics – Systematic Synthetic Phonics Program
2. 42 letter sounds
3. Alternative spellings
4. Tricky words
5. Decodable books
Contents for Jolly Grammar Training 13:30-18:30
1. Jolly Phonics Review
2. Advanced Codes in Jolly Grammar 1
4. Grammar (dictionary skills, vowels, parts of speech, plural, tense, punctuation and capitalisation, consonant blends).

This training will be given in both English and Japanese Languages.

To book or for further information, please contact visit http://www.mamiec.com/jolly-phonics/#teach or contact Tomoko Ueda at info@mamiec.com

 

Training with Tomoko Ueda:

Jolly Phonics Training

Date: April 14th (Fri)
Time:
 Jolly Phonics Workshop – 9:30 – 14:30 (including lunch break)
Location: Creo Osaka East (Near Nishi-Kujo Station on Osaka Loop Line)
Price: ¥11,000
Contents for Jolly Phonics Workshop
1. Jolly Phonics – Systematic Synthetic Phonics Program
2. 42 letter sounds
3. Alternative spellings
4. Tricky words
5. Decodable books

This training will be given in both English and Japanese Languages.

To book or for further information, please contact visit http://www.mamiec.com/jolly-phonics/#teach or contact Tomoko Ueda at info@mamiec.com

 

Training with Kayoko Yamashita:

Two-day Jolly Phonics Training

Date: Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th April
Time: 10:00 – 18:00
Venue: Kani place, Awaza, Osaka

Two day Jolly Phonics Training! You will learn the difference between the English and Japanese sounds, the five basic skills and 42 letter sounds on the first day. On the second day, you will be learning how to teach the alternative spellings and tricky words in the morning, and will do a micro teaching session in the afternoon. You will also learn how to support the children with Dyslexia as well.

For more information visit www.kayokoyamashita.com or click here and here to view the flyers.
For any enquiries or to book a place, please contact Kayoko at jimu@kayokoyamashita.com

 

Tokyo

Training with Alex Conley:

Introduction to Jolly Phonics: From Phonics to Small Books
Price: ¥16,500
Date: Sunday March 19th
Time: 
10:00 – 17:30 (lunch 13:30 – 14:30)
Location: 
Tsukishima/Kachidoki

This training will be conducted in English, though anyone can contact us with inquiries in Japanese. This is primarily for teachers, but parents and anyone else who wants to learn about Jolly Phonics is welcome.
Contents of the Workshop
– The historical teaching methods of reading and writing
– What is systematic phonics/Jolly Phonics
– The basic 42 sounds and the Jolly Phonics actions
– The relationship between letters and sounds
– The 5 basic skills of Jolly Phonics
– How to teach a Jolly Phonics lesson
– Activity ideas for practicing with students and at home
– Transferring from reading letters, words and sentences to reading short readers

This training will be given in both English and Japanese Languages.

To reserve a space or for further information, please contact Alex Conley at al-conley@coar.co.jp or message us on Facebook @phonicsinjapan

 

 

Training with Tomoko Ueda:

Jolly Phonics Workshop and Grammar 2 Training

Date: February 25th (Sat)
Time:
 Jolly Phonics Workshop – 9:30-12:30 / Jolly Grammar 2 Training – 13:30-18:30
Location: Nishi-Shinjuku Dom Meeting Room (Near Nishi-Shinjuku Station on Marunouchi Line)
Contents for Jolly Phonics Workshop 9:30-12:30
1. Jolly Phonics – Systematic Synthetic Phonics Program
2. 42 letter sounds
3. Materials
Contents for Jolly Grammar 2 Training 13:30-18:30
1. Jolly Phonics Review
2. Jolly Grammar 1 Review
3. Advanced Codes in Jolly Grammar 2
4. Grammar (parts of speech, punctuation, plural, ver ‘to be’, irregular past tense, word webs, expanding a sentence, suffixes, prefixes)
5. Further Journey (summary of Jolly Grammar 3-6)

This training will be given in both English and Japanese Languages.

To book or for further information, please contact Yamatalk English: yamatalkenglish@gmail.com or visit www.yamatalk-english.com

 

Training with Kayoko Yamashita:

Two-day Jolly Phonics Training

Date: Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd April
Time: 10:00 – 18:00
Venue: Reference Nishi Shinjuku, Shinjuku

Two day Jolly Phonics Training! You will learn the difference between the English and Japanese sounds, the five basic skills and 42 letter sounds on the first day. On the second day, you will be learning how to teach the alternative spellings and tricky words in the morning, and will do a micro teaching session in the afternoon. You will also learn how to support the children with Dyslexia as well.

For more information visit www.kayokoyamashita.com or click here and here to view the flyers.
For any enquiries or to book a place, please contact Kayoko at jimu@kayokoyamashita.com

 

Yokohama

Training with Kayoko Yamashita:

Two-day Jolly Phonics Training

Date: Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th February
Time: 09:30 – 17:30
Venue: Convention Room AP Yokohama

Two day Jolly Phonics Training! You will learn the difference between the English and Japanese sounds, the five basic skills and 42 letter sounds on the first day. On the second day, you will be learning how to teach the alternative spellings and tricky words in the morning, and will do a micro teaching session in the afternoon. You will also learn how to support the children with Dyslexia as well.

For more information visit www.kayokoyamashita.com or click here and here to view the flyers.
For any enquiries or to book a place, please contact Kayoko at jimu@kayokoyamashita.com