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A Hunting We Will Go. Presenters: April Fuller Jeanne Swain Talisha Telsee Becci Correri Chris Newman David Saidman Content Topic: Reading and Listening Intended Grade Level: First Grade. Table of Contents. Teacher Slides Rhyme Time Lesson Rhyme Time Activity. Teacher Slides.

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A hunting we will go
A Hunting We Will Go

  • Presenters:

    April Fuller Jeanne Swain

    Talisha Telsee Becci Correri

    Chris Newman David Saidman

  • Content Topic:Reading and Listening

  • Intended Grade Level:First Grade


Table of contents
Table of Contents

Teacher Slides

Rhyme Time Lesson

Rhyme Time Activity



Md voluntary content standards
MD Voluntary Content Standards

Reading

-Topic: Phonemic Awareness

-Indicator: Discriminate and produce rhyming words and alliteration

Listening

-Topic: Listening

Students will demonstrate effective listening to learn, process, and analyze information.

-Indicator: Comprehend and analyze what is heard

Teacher Slides


Maryland teacher technology standards
Maryland Teacher Technology Standards

II. Communication

A. Use technology effectively and appropriately to interact electronically.

B. Use technology to communicate information in a variety of formats.

V. Integrating Technology into the Curriculum and Instruction

- Design, implement, and assess learning experiences that incorporate use of technology in a curriculum-related instructional activity to support understanding, inquiry, problem solving, communication and/or collaboration.

Teacher Slides


Intended use
Intended Use

The PowerPoint is divided into three sections of use:

  • Lesson will be presented by the teacher to the class as a whole.

  • The activity will be used in small groups of 3 or 4 students to reinforce phonemic awareness.

  • The worksheet will be used as an individual homework assignment to reinforce the lesson.

Teacher Slides


Student goals and objectives
Student Goals and Objectives

The student will be able to:

  • Categorize words as same or different by medial sounds

  • Produce sentences with rhyming and alliteration

  • Identify rhythms and patterns of language, including rhyme and repetition

  • Become familiar with Microsoft PowerPoint through the activity

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How to introduce the powerpoint
How to Introduce the PowerPoint

  • The teacher will introduce the rhyming unit to the students.

  • The teacher will then tell the students that they will be doing an activity with rhyming upon completion of the lesson.

  • The teacher will explain the activity using an example.

Teacher Slides


Advantage of using powerpoint
Advantage of using PowerPoint

  • It will combine both the auditory and visual learning styles to facilitate learning.

  • It gives the students the ability to interact directly with the lesson.

  • It will keep the students interested in the lesson, therefore keeping the students on task.

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Handout
Handout

  • This handout, Rhyme Time!, should be printed out before the class starts.

  • The handout has examples of different rhyming words, to which the students have to match other rhyming words.

  • This handout should be given to the students after the lesson and activity, as a homework assignment

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Design of the project
Design of the Project

  • This design allows the students to work together and be interactive with the lesson.

  • It also introduces the students to the use of technology at an early age

  • The students are prompted to work together to answer questions and make choices about different rhyming schemes.

  • The simplicity of the rhyming activity makes it appropriate for student use.

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Rhyme time

Rhyme Time!

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What is rhyming
What is Rhyming?

  • Rhyming words are words that sound the same especially the last part of the word.

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Example of rhyming words
Example of Rhyming Words

  • Pig, Twig, and Wig

  • Boo, You, and New

  • Flea, Key, and Glee

  • Ape, Grape, and Tape

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Examples of words that don t rhyme
Examples of Words that Don’t Rhyme

  • Log and Lace

  • Orange and Oval

  • Desk and Best

  • Door and Ball

  • Salt and Pepper

Teacher Slides


Now its time to play a game
Now its time to play a game!

  • We are going to play a game with rhyming!

  • I will put you into groups of 3 or 4 to work on the computers.

  • Make sure to stay seated and if you need help, raise your hand.

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A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Fox And Put Him In A Box,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Fish And Put Him In A Dish,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Rat And Put Him In A Hat,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Duck And Put Him In A Truck,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Kitten And Put Him In A Mitten,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Bear And Put Him In A Chair,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Bug And Put Him In A Rug,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Frog And Put Him On A Log,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Bee And Put Him In A Tree,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go;

We’ll Catch A Dragon And Put Him In A Wagon,

And Then We’ll Let Him Go!


Try Again!!!

Car

Star

Rhymes With

Not Fox


Try Again!!!

Spoon

Moon

Rhymes With

Not Fish


Try Again!!!

Sock

Clock

Rhymes With

Not Rat


Try Again!!!

Boat

Coat

Rhymes With

Not Duck


Try Again!!!

Sled

Bed

Rhymes With

Not Kitten


Try Again!!!

Plane

Train

Rhymes With

Not Bear


Try Again!!!

Pail

Whale

Rhymes With

Not Bug


Try Again!!!

Book

Cook

Rhymes With

Not Frog


Try Again!!!

Shrub

Tub

Rhymes With

Not Bee


Try Again!!!

House

Mouse

Rhymes With

Not Dragon


A-Hunting We Will Go, A-Hunting We will Go,

We’ll Just Pretend And In The End,

We’ll Always Let Them Go!



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