OOOhhhh, My Toe!!!!

Students examine the /O/ phoneme by examining words and reciting a tongue twister. They practice writing the letter 'O' on their dry erase boards. While they listen to a read aloud of "Bo and Rose" they form the /O/ with their mouths when they hear it in the story. They draw a picture of an /O/ word for the bulletin board and identify the pictures as an assessment.

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Judy G.
It's great. Teaching an adult esl class means finding appropriate materials for older women. I can use any or most of these lessons for the beginning intermediate women after I check the topic of the worksheet.
Judy G., Teacher
Ewa Beach, HI