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Seventh graders review non phonetic words which contain the letters ough then they read the words and discuss differences in word sounds. They read the play, "Rumplestiltskin," then discuss the missing compoents of the play and compare it to another written pay and its elements.
Students recognize the phoneme /g/. Through listening and matching activities, students discriminate the phoneme /g/ from other letters and phonemes. They associate the phoneme /g/ with its letter representation and identify the phoneme /g/ in various words and pictures.
Students distinguish, reproduce and manipulate the sounds in a word. They use phonics, the alphabet and alphabetic principles to read and comprehend text. Students identify compound words and they practice writing the letter G. They read the poem Little Boy Blue as a class.
Students determine the rhyming words in the nursery rhyme, "Hickory, Dickory, Dock" while the teacher reads it aloud. During the second reading, they clap when they hear a rhyme. They practice letter/sound identification and handwriting of the letter "a." In the text comprehension section, they create a story map of Aesop's, "The Ant and the Dove." Finally, they play a game of animal charades.
Young scholars discover French letter sound combinations. They read a French poem in which they discover different combinations that rhyme. They continue the rhyming pattern by adding their own lines to the poem. They read their poem to the class to practice pronunciation.
The letter m is the first letter in many of my favorite words. It has the best /m/ sound ever. Get your little ones excited about letter m with this super simple, super short lesson plan. They work with the teacher to practice saying, sounding, and identifying the letter m. This lesson plan is lacking and could be a lot more dynamic than it is.
An assortment of phonics and text comprehension activities, the exercises included in this lesson are designed to increase young readers' phonemic, phonic, and word recognition. Learners cut out pictures of rhyming words and create a matching game. They trace and write the letter L. And finally they identify whether various vocabulary words answer the question who, when, or where.
First graders complete phonics and comprehension activities in this Literacy block lesson plan. They use a new sound a the beginning of the word endings to create new words. They examine the sound for the letter "r" and also practice writing it. In the comprehension section, they complete exercises and discuss healthy lifestyle. Finally, they practice sight work in the Jack Be Nimble section.
Complete and participate in a variety of phonics and text comprehension activities in this resource. Learners trace and write letters in a writing journal, and as a class, read words and blend sounds. They also read and recite the poem "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater," and decorate a picture of a pumpkin shell.
Students identify mystery words by listening to phonics clues and definition clues. For example, the teacher says that I am thinking of a word that ends with /ch/. The word is near water. It can be used to build. We like to lay on the survace of this when it is sunny out. What is the word? (beach)
Students practice producing words that beginning with a particular letter sound. In this phonics lesson plan, students play a game in which a bean bag is passed around and students must give the teacher a word that begins with the letter she assigned. Students then work on coming up with five words.
Students practice the letter sound"D" and play a game to build reading fluency. In this letter "D" lesson, students listen to the teacher say a sound, they have one minuet to write down as many words that begin with the letter "D" as they can think of. Students with the most original words earn most of the points for their team.