Week 8 reading cvc and dolch list words in sentences
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Week 8 reading CVC and Dolch list words in sentences. Ideally, prior to showing these slides, print the slides and cut up the sentences and pictures. Ask the learners in groups to match them, then work through the slides and ask learners to correct as you go along.

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Week 8reading CVC and Dolch list words in sentences

Ideally, prior to showing these slides, print the slides and cut up the sentences and pictures. Ask the learners in groups to match them, then work through the slides and ask learners to correct as you go along.

The following sentences incorporate Dolch words and CVC words. Work slowly with the group, showing how to sound out the new CVC words and draw attention to the Dolch words than can’t be sounded out. Use comprehension questions as you present each slide and model new language.

Use the arrows on the keyboard to move forward or click the buttons. Press F5 on the keyboard to start the slideshow.

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Mick went camping.


2

Mick has a tent.


3

Mick went fishing.


4

He has a fishing net.


5

He let the fish go.


6

Mick has a pet dog.


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His dog is called Meg.


8

The dog got wet.


9

Meg went to the vet.


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Mick has a sick pet.


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