Whether teaching elementary, secondary, or adult students, beginning with a solid sight word base builds confidence and enthusiasm for learning.
Sight words are words that cannot be sounded out or the skill of sounding out the word has not been taught. In order to achieve sight word success, students learn sight words as units and are not asked to attempt to sound out these words using phonetic decoding.
After the initial teaching of letter names and sounds, Jacquie’s lessons begin with the introduction of basic sight words. Depending on the age and skill level of the student(s), the length of time required to teach each lesson may vary from one day to several weeks.
Lesson 4 : Sight Words 41-60:
been, book, doing, eat, going, gone, here, often, ready, some, the, there, these, was, what, when, where, which, work, you
Lesson 4: Content
Activity 1- Introduction to Sight Words 41-60
Read Repeat Spell Write
Activity 2- Student Reading Sheets 1 & 2
The Reading Line
Activity 3- Word Search Student Worksheet and Answer Sheet
Activity 4- Word Completion Sheets 1 & 2
Activity 5- Word Scramble Worksheet
Activity 6- Alphabetical Order by First Letter
Activity 7- Sentence Scramble
Activity 8- Two Sets of Flash Cards 41-60
Flashlight Practice Activity
Flash Card Practice
Please note that all sight word lessons follow the same sequence of instruction and are derived from Rhoades to Reading, a researched-based program.
Additional Sight Word Lessons.
Sight Words 1-20
Sight Words 41-60
Sight Words 61-80
Sight Words 81-100
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