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Alphabet Fun. Hillary Bordeaux. Essential Questions: Why do we need to know the alphabet? When do we use the alphabet in our everyday life?. Unit Questions: Can you tell me what each letter sounds like? Can you tell me what letter goes with what word?.

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    1. Alphabet Fun Hillary Bordeaux

    2. Essential Questions: • Why do we need to know the alphabet? • When do we use the alphabet in our everyday life?

    3. Unit Questions: • Can you tell me what each letter sounds like? • Can you tell me what letter goes with what word?

    4. What Students Will Accomplish • Students will master being able to write the alphabet from a-z. • Students will also be able to associate what words go with certain letters. • Students will also be able to know the order of the alphabet and know which letters come before others.

    5. TEKS §110.2. English Language Arts and Reading, Kindergarten. (7) Reading/letter-sound relationships. The student uses letter-sound knowledge to decode written language. The student is expected to: (A) name and identify each letter of the alphabet (K-1); (B) understand that written words are composed of letters that represent sounds (K-1); and (C) learn and apply letter-sound correspondences of a set of consonants and vowels to begin to read (K-1).

    6. A is for Apple B is for Boy C is for Cat D is for Dog

    7. E is for Egg F is for Fire Fighter G is for Globe H is for Hot Dog

    8. I is for Ice Cream J is for Joy K is for Kite L is for Librarian

    9. M is for Moo N is for Newspaper O Is for Orange P is for Pen

    10. Q is for Queen R is for Rabbit S is for Sun T is for Truck U is for Umbrella

    11. V is for Volume W is for Wagon X is for X Ray Y is for Yo-Yo Z is for zebra

    12. References • http://www.tea.state.tx.us/teks/grade/Kindergarten.pdf