Cross-checking

Cross-checking - Carl goes to the beach . Cross-Checking...

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Cross-Checking: Meaning and Letter-Sound Relationships Patricia Cunningham, 1995 Basic Steps: 1. Read the sentence and write any guesses that make sense. 2. Uncover the first letter and erase any words that don’t begin with that letter. 3. Have students make more guesses and write only those that both make sense and begin with the uncovered letter(s). 4. Uncover the whole word and see if any one of their guesses is that word. Checking Sample Sentences: Cross-Checking Meaning and Consonants:
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Unformatted text preview: Carl goes to the beach . Cross-Checking Meaning with Digraphs (Do lessons in which some of the targeted words begin with single letters and some begin with a digraph.): Bob likes to eat corn . Susana likes to eat chocolate . Cross-Checking Meaning with Blends (Do lessons in which some of the targeted words begin with single letters and some begin with a blend.): Miguel has a big brother . Chuckie has a big bike ....
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