Welcome. Please take a seat at a table with materials. Today’s Class. Learn about alphabet recognition: how to teach it and how to assess it Examine phonological awareness: what does it include? Why is it important? How do you teach it? How do you assess it?. Five Components of Reading.
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Please take a seat at a table with materials.
1. What words can you think of that begin with the letters of your first name? Can you think of words that describe you?
3. As I read, make the letters with your body.
6. Could we make our own innovation, and go through the same process?
The ability to associate sounds with letters and use these sounds to form words.
more success learning about letter sounds.
c/a/t vs. r/a/t
Letters represent sounds in oral language
Blend to read words
Segment to spell
- words vs. sentences
…onset and rimes (c/at, l/ot, r/ing)
…initial, final, medial
Pease porridge hot!Pease porridge cold!Pease porridge in the potNine days old.Some like it hot,Some like it cold,Some like it in the potNine days old!Rhymes
“I am going to the park and I am going to take….”
“A sentence is a short story. It tells something and names who/what it is telling about.”
She has a black dog.
Chelsea wears blue pants.
has brown eyes.
has a green shirt.
She looks happy.
Po is trained well.
“Bippity, Bippity, Bumble Bee,
tell me what your name should be…”
1. “Clap it!”
2. “Whisper it!”
3. “Silent!” (children repeat, silently enunciating).
Read: Honig et al., chapters 7 and 8
Be ready to discuss these chapters in class.
DO: Language Arts Assignment 4: Go on your guided reading visit. Take notes.