How to Teach Literacy in the Simplest Way — Part III



readings this is from Quintus Academy self education for life real life success we've been doing a series on effective literacy how to read and how to write and we have taken part one then this was followed by part two and now part three this is now the third in the series on effective literacy now we covered in the first part that the basic thing that the child or the student has to learn is that the letter the symbol stands for a sound so every letter represents a sound a specific a unique sound so we said ah e of ooh and that will be combined with ten basic consonant sounds da da ma la la Jack what partners important thing here is that we do not move faster than a faster than the rate that the student wants to go on so we cannot force him beyond what he enjoys doing therefore the principle of joy is very important he has to enjoy the process of learning so therefore the teacher must enjoy the process of teaching so therefore learning and the she are just two parts of the same process and all of this must be done with love now from the infinite so this is what we've been doing now what he said was that after he knows the basic sounds and you don't move from the vowels and until he don't walk away from the vowels and he has mastered the sounds of the vowels and then you move to the consonants and after that you combine so he said that done plus up because stop that plus f1 step and tick tock 2 and n you have to go through this and you cannot move to N and T until after he has mastered the top two and then na nee nee no no you don't move to the mo until he has mastered the previous life and then ma met me mo mu now if he has mastered the basic sounds you can teach him to teach himself so that he now learns how to put them together try and see if you can put them together so without teaching him run read pre-pro group see if he can figure that out so that you know what kind of a self learner or self educating person this child is but if either if he needs any help then provided but do not give him help that he doesn't mean and let him use his resourcefulness that amuses initiative don't don't take away from him opportunity of initiative so yeah so ah luck let me know blue ja ja je g jo jus then come okay Keep Calm COO now remember I am doing this for you who knows this already but for the child you have to move slowly at his face and make sure that he masters the previous one before you go to the next level huh okay Keep Calm who for sake feet for food and pop hey pop poop and finally stop set C so soon when he has masterpiece but even before yes master is you can begin to show him that he can bring words together so for example the word d oh look so for example he can say – which means also I love you – I love you also or he can he can use this for adding another tea pot which means a child and so on so so you can you can you can put words begin putting words together like that and then with an N nut pan which is the beautiful color you get after a a beautiful Sun tank on your skin and so on and when you move to Ma so ma and then you have this mama or when you have ha you have ha ha and so on so moving from the letters to form the sounds of the syllables and syllables to form the sound of the world and this repeats the word then you can now move into sentences which is putting words together to form a sentence which is a complete thought mama Papa loves the pumps mama Papa mama and papa love now this is a bit tricky because the work here would be if you were to use pure phonetic sin application it would be love then but this is this is one of the this is one of the characteristics of English that you may read this initially as a loved thing but when somebody tells you that this is pronounced dub love then the the mind is a way of getting that and once it gets that if it knows that that from now on this is not love this is love Mama and Papa love the thought of the child so this is the way that we learn reading reading now what is important is that do not move to the next level until he has mastered the previous ones this is a very important route and do not move faster than then at the rate that the child or the student one spoon now once he has mastered that then you can now show that a poop has a different sound if you use it as vowels that we call long long powers long vowels are pronounced a e i o u now this will take a little doing because it will take some time for the child to grasp that the same symbol the same letter can have different sounds when it is short or when it is gone so for example a heap of poop is short but the log is a e I owe you now I'm not giving you all the damn procedures in how to do this because I trust that you the parent the father the mother the teacher you have enough of a creative talent to be able to do it your own unique way given the principles I am sharing with you so the last thing I would like to show you here is the variance if there are variations of the consonantal sounds so like that and death are pronounced very closely done and done and jump and chop and come and Hart C as in cat fur and fur and and then X so these are variations of the same sound again we do not move to their birth variations without having mastered the basics you will notice that na does not have a variation na na na na these are what you call the pure consonant sounds now there are three letters that are not here and this is w-what h-huh and why now why is a little tricky because Y can be pronounced it as in many or it can be pronounced as a I put this together so it's I why why so when you put W ay Y it would be pronounced way way now if you put it W in I T it will be wait wait so W is a peculiar sound what what and H is and Y is yet now if we put them together it will be pronounced as Y who I question mark Y so these are the basics of literacy you be patient in sharing these lessons this insights with your child with your student do it with love do it with joy and you will be amazed that in a very short time he or she will be able to learn on his own he is now beginning to educate himself and that is the glory of every individual person the ability to teach himself to learn by himself to educate himself this is why the greatest education in the world is self-education using the infinite intelligence and wisdom and love that is within every one of us thank you

15 thoughts on “How to Teach Literacy in the Simplest Way — Part III”

  1. thanks a lot in my country day dot teach like that and it have me having problem to spell and read I live Trinidad and Tobago hope you no were that is and I will really love to no its keeping me back I wright these words because I no them by seeing them everyday can you help me am 38 and my name is keenon graham my number is 18683041542 hope it reach you sir thanks

  2. I am a 28 year old man that can't read very well but one of my goals in life is to read and write better than I can today where can I buy your program to better my life?????

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