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Free Lesson Plan: Spelling Rules for using C and K

Free Lesson Plan:  Spelling Rules for using C and K
Free Lesson Plan:  Spelling Rules for using C and K
Free Lesson Plan:  Spelling Rules for using C and K
Free Lesson Plan:  Spelling Rules for using C and K
Free Lesson Plan:  Spelling Rules for using C and K
Free Lesson Plan:  Spelling Rules for using C and K
Free Lesson Plan:  Spelling Rules for using C and K
Free Lesson Plan:  Spelling Rules for using C and K
Product Description
This is the 4th lesson out of 21total lessons in the Silver Moon Spelling Rules Instructor's Manual.

This lesson covers two related spelling rules. They are called, Cubs Can Drink Cola and Kind Ken Was Stinky.

Learning targets include:
*The sound /k/ can be spelled with a C or K at the beginning of words.
*C is the most common way to spell the /k/ sound.
*If the vowels e, i, or y are immediately after a C, they make the letter
C say /s/.
*/k/ should be spelled with a K if there's an e, i, or y directly after it.

The lesson is part of a supplemental spelling program that builds understanding of American English spelling rules by using explicit, systematic, multi-sensory, cumulative, and scaffolded approaches. The Silver Moon program was written specifically for students who struggle with spelling and is most appropriate for small groups or one-on-one instruction.

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Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
N/A
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