Phonological Awareness Systematic Curriculum is a set of 200 daily routines.
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Phonological Awareness Systematic Curriculum?
This packet is designed to offer a systematic approach to phonological awareness instruction. You will be able to use these routines in small group or as an addition to your whole-group studies. This is an oral based curriculum. All of the routines will be given by you orally and the students will listen and respond with the correct answer. You won't need to print anything but these lesson plans and assessments!
To prep the routines, simply print the routine pages and place in a binder. Also included in the packet are phonological awareness assessments. These assessments can be used as benchmarks throughout the curriculum program. You can have students take the one-on-one assessment with you after completing each section of the curriculum. This can be done for all students in your class or for those that continue to fall in the “beginning” stage of the assessment.
What is included in the Phonological Awareness Systematic Curriculum?
-Teacher "simple read" routine lesson plans. Each skill is broken down into a 5 days of routines. Within that routine you have several prompts to ask your students throughout the day.
-ASSESSMENTS Each skill contains a benchmark assessment.
-Skill Tabs for your binder and organizing
What Skills are Covered?
Repeating a sentence
Clapping a sentence
How many words in a sentence
Listening to words to determine similar sounds
Listening to rhyming pairs
Recognizing rhyming (true or false)
Selecting a rhyming pair from 3 words
Selecting the distractor from a set of 3 words
Generating Rhyming Words
Adding a syllable and giving the new word
Deleting a syllable
Onset and Rime:
Blending onset and rime
Segmenting onset and rime
Repeating single sounds
Isolating single sounds
Blending compound words
Segmenting compound words
Segmenting words by phoneme
Segmenting words w/ digraphs
Segmenting words w/ blends
Isolating medial sounds
Isolating complex medial sounds
Identifying final sounds
Substituting initial phonemes
Substituting medial phonemes
Substituting final phonemes
Substituting long & short sounds
What does the research say about Phonological Awareness Curriculum?
“Phonological awareness and letter knowledge have been identified in several research studies (Anderson, Hiebert, Scott, & Wilkerson, 1985; Adams, 1990; Snow, Burns, & Griffin, 1998) as the two key indicators of how well children will master beginning reading skills during the first two years in school. Because it plays such a vital role in forming the foundation of reading development, phonological awareness is the first thread in the tapestry of reading” (Threads of Reading, Karen Tankersley). The addition of daily phonological awareness instruction in the kindergarten and first grade classrooms is vital to tying together decoding and comprehension as a young reader.
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