How to teach reading with phonics – 4/12 – 2 & 3 Letter Consonant Digraphs – Learn English Phonics!

How to teach reading with phonics – 4/12 – 2 & 3 Letter Consonant Digraphs – Learn English Phonics!


lesson for making new sounds lesson for making new sounds
in this lesson you’ll make some in this lesson you’ll make some in this lesson you’ll make some
new sounds new sounds new sounds
by combining two or three by combining two or three by combining two or three
consonants the first set of new consonants the first set of new consonants the first set of new
sounds are made by putting a sounds are made by putting a sounds are made by putting a
consonant next to the letter H consonant next to the letter H
consonant next to the letter H
these sounds are very common in these sounds are very common in these sounds are very common in
English English
English
listen carefully to the new listen carefully to the new listen carefully to the new
sounds and repeat after me a sounds and repeat after me a
sounds and repeat after me a
check check
check
e mc2 e mc2
e mc2
aah aah punch aah aah punch
aah aah punch
grrrrrr grrrrrr
grrrrrr
graph graph
graph
yeah yeah
yeah
Shh fish Shh fish
Shh fish
Shh ah shop but at bad what it with the sounds what it with the sounds
m and quote are also common her m and quote are also common her
m and quote are also common her
e e
e
hmm hmm
hmm
ring did ring did
ring did
ah ah
ah
duck duck
duck
squirt squirt squirt
II did squeeze the letters be II did squeeze the letters be
II did squeeze the letters be
k & w are sometimes silent k & w are sometimes silent k & w are sometimes silent
ah mm um mm ah ah mm um mm ah
ah mm um mm ah
not her not her not her
II just wrist II just wrist
II just wrist
great job you can read and spell great job you can read and spell great job you can read and spell
many words now in your next many words now in your next
many words now in your next
lesson we’ll introduce you too lesson we’ll introduce you too
lesson we’ll introduce you too
long vowel sounds

44 Comments

  1. christmasbob1 says:

    Yes

  2. EnglishAnyone says:

    Yay! 🙂

  3. EnglishAnyone says:

    Glad to hear it. 🙂

  4. shreena patel says:

    it's very helpful thank you……:)

  5. EnglishAnyone says:

    Glad you liked it. 🙂

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  9. supar makasha says:

    Thank you so much very help full I love it, this the best lesson I ever had you make it very clear detail thanks again .

  10. Lankireddy Bhanu says:

    nice

  11. EnglishAnyone says:

    Thanks. 🙂

  12. sathish kumar says:

    thank u sir ……………..

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    Sure. 🙂

  14. eddy santos says:

    I've been learnig english in the form empirical, and your videos are amazing, thanks for your help to every people that learn english.

  15. Shelina Virani says:

    I liked it and I want more information o phonics

  16. EnglishAnyone says:

    There is LOTS of info if you search for specific sounds online, and here on YouTube. 🙂

  17. EnglishAnyone says:

    Thanks so much. 😉

  18. Eric Rolf says:

    Good work mate..

  19. richard ramirez says:

    how do you know when B, K, W are silent??

  20. Clark Kent says:

    Superman learned some new sounds today 😀

  21. nunu Eyvazova says:

    Thanks to you

  22. Wisley Tumamao says:

    Jjiji

  23. farah farah says:

    thank you <3

  24. Teresa Puma says:

    Your videos are amazing. They are helping me a lot 😃😊😊

  25. Chiradee ann Sajo says:

    yhnnbkhh

  26. Mc Dono says:

    thank you to shared this method it help me a lot to learn and teach others English

  27. BRYANLEGENDARIO says:

    is he American?…

  28. Lucas Castro says:

    You should've explained how to pronounce the "TH" sound, because it doesn't exist in other languages, I guess, if it does I don't know. But at least not in Portuguese. Many brazilians pronouce it like an "F". Example: Youth = Youf.
    If you already did it, I'm sorry. Just ignore me.

  29. Hui Ting Ruan says:

    How do you know when B, K, W is silence? Or is it every time?

  30. Zel Pa says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. Big help. God bless you endlessly.

  31. Laekyn Starrett says:

    No 💩

  32. qinghong yang says:

    You definitely made the best phonics videos!

  33. Cristina Zimmerman says:

    t o u s o

  34. Amak Aman says:

    thank you good job

  35. Niroshan Bandara says:

    Good job

  36. Niroshan Bandara says:

    Thanks

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  38. Susan Pearson says:

    I get that "sometimes" letter combinations" make certain sounds rather than others, but what are the actual rules? when does "O" sound line ONE vs ON vs ATONE? These rules would be incredibly helpful. This way we don't have to guess.

  39. Amina English says:

    Very great work

  40. Hina Shah says:

    Really helpfull chanel

  41. RithThysal Jongjaianurak says:

    He is British Because the word Bath in USA they call Bathtub In British Bath.

  42. Ahmed_Yare says:

    Thank you! It’s nice Video….

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  44. Korlu Gbalee says:

    Thanks for the phonics teaching.

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