Full Lesson Plan/Instructional Guide:
Direct instruction; activities to practice new skill including blackboard games, bingo, and worksheets; assessment
This lesson builds phonemic awareness and phonetic skills by identifying the phoneme-grapheme relationship
THIS IS NOT AN ACTIVITY PACKET ON WORD FAMILIES; THIS IS AN INTERACTIVE, STUDENT CENTERED LESSON PLAN USING LITERATURE, HOP ON POP BY DR. SEUSS, TO TEACH STUDENTS ABOUT WORD FAMILIES. ACTIVITY SHEETS ARE INCLUDED AS WELL AS TEACHING TECHNIQUES TO AID IN STUDENT UNDERSTANDING.
-Students will learn about word families; segment rimes and onsets
-Students will learn how to identify rhyming words
-Students will learn how to create rhyming words
-Language is used to communicate and deepen understanding
-Spoken language can be represented in print
-Effective use of vocabulary builds social and academic knowledge
-How can the knowledge of language help us to communicate and understand?
-Word choice and sentence structure are used to express ideas.
-Letters are used to represent sounds and are combined to form words that convey meaning.
-Words have various forms.
-Combine sentences in an organized manner to convey meaning.
-Understand the relationship of words within sentences. (i.e. semantics; syntax)
-Demonstrate the ability to hear and manipulate sounds in words (i.e.: substitution, deletion, addition).
-Decode and encode regularly spelled words fluently and accurately.(ie: blends, digraphs and vowel combinations.