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These plans combine some multi-sensory activities into a reading program.
Before starting these plans I would expect the students to know the majority of at least consonant letter sounds.
The “red” words mentioned are sight words that you cannot sound out or do not follow the rules. Words like of/ what are examples. Of sounds like “uv” and what sounds like “whut” is sounded out.
These plans work mostly on vowel sounds, cvc words, green words (words that you can sound out just using single letter sounds), red words and learning to read left to right, learning to associate 1 word written with one word said etc from the new book added in the week.
You will need: group leveled books, sandpaper sheets (I cut mine into 4ths), multiple colors of cardstock to print on (for the sound cards), dry erase boards and markers copies of the materials included. OPTION- a spiral notebook for each student to glue in items that they learn. (This is written in my plans)
Option: There is a word test with all of the included “red” words that you can give students at the beginning of your sessions. This can give you a starting off point to know which words they already know- and which ones that you need to work on in group.
I am including a blank lesson plan and also including lesson plans that sequence the letter sounds. Also if your group needs more than one week with a particular sound- you will need to use the blank template to extend the practice of that sound.The second set of lesson plans have the fluent write words filled in. If you follow the sequence, students should have been introduced to the sounds. You can skip any of the lesson plans in the sequence if students already know the letter sound. You can feel free to add more sounds with the blank lesson template but you also will need to make new sound cards and word cards as well. These materials will be included in my levels D¬-G Guided Reading plans.