Excellent lesson using a multisensory approach for students to learn and internalize the spelling generalization "-tch."
Page 1: Pictures and word list
Page 2: Sentences for students to read.
Page 3: Writing Activity for students to practice and develop "-tch" concept.
Page 4-5: Reading passage that include words wit "-tch" and literal questions
Page 6: Word search using "-tch" words (optional activity)
Page 7: "Words in a Cube"-student activity to review concept and to continue to develop '-tch." This activity also supports working and long term memory; and processing speed development
Page 8: Answer Key
This is a great activity for students. It requires teacher introduction, discussion and modeling, followed by student independent or partner development.
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