This concept of word set is designed as an intervention for students who are at the developing and rudimentary levels of concept of word as defined by the PALS (Phonological Awareness and Literacy Screening) test. However, this intervention can be used with any child who needs to develop their concept of word. Each set contains the directions for each level of student.
To get full benefit of this set, the poem in this set has been introduced to the entire class as the Poem of the Week the prior week. Therefore, students needing further concept of word knowledge have a working understanding of the poem and are familiar with the rhythm.
The set contains:
Week 17: Hickory, Dickory Dock
Week 18: Mr. Groundhog
Week 19: Pocahontas
Week 20: Raindrops
The set contains:
An explanation of Developing and Rudimentary Students
Directions for both levels of learners
COW data reporting form
Poem of the week
M-F activities for Developing Students
M-F activities for Rudimentary Students
Please look for individual sets and MEGA BUNDLES of this intervention.
This intervention is meant to be used by 1 teacher or 1 interventionist.
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