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Young scholars explore English by completing an interactive computer activity. In this alphabet lesson, students research the Internet to create a picture dictionary which they share with classmates. Young scholars locate digital images of words which start with specific letters which are used in the book.
Students determine the literary elements or techniques used in a passage from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. In this literary devices lesson, students create an A to Z review in which a list of characters and literary elements for each letter of the alphabet is made.
Young scholars locate shapes that resemble letters of the alphabet in order to develop critical-thinking, observation, and literacy skills. For this letter identification lesson, students work in small groups to search the classroom for shapes that resemble letters of the alphabet. As a class, young scholars share their findings and record their observations on a chart paper.
Students investigate English by creating an art project. In this alphabet lesson, students listen as the teacher reads them a story regarding the ABC's and practice reciting them as well. Students utilize the web to locate images based on each letter of the alphabet which they compile to create a picture quilt.
Students set out on a school scavenger hunt to take photographs of items around the school that begin with each letter of the alphabet. Using PowerPoint software, students create technologically enhanced alphabet books. This is an opportunity for students to learn the alphabet and become familiar with PowerPoint software.
Students identify each letter of the alphabet. They listen as the teacher reads an animal alphabet picture book. Students listen to the alphabet song. They create their own movements for the alphabet song. Students are asked to name an alphabet for each letter of the alphabet.
Students participate in a book share for the book "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom" by listening to the book being read aloud first and allowing the student to enjoy the story, then rereading it and pointing out the letters. The book share is completed with an art activity revolving around the story.