Literacy First Phonological Awareness

Literacy First Phonological Awareness - ; Phonological...

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Unformatted text preview: ; Phonological Awareness Skill Sequence Skill and Definition Typical Examples Date Mastered. Mastered Preschool Kindergarten What ward is made when we put “foot” and "ball" together? Clap the word 13min “rainbow”. Bay "which" without “side” What is the first sound in “dot”? Id} What is the [not sound in “sun”? In! What is this word? It! lopf (top) lat Grade What is this word? 1p] Ii! 23/ (pig) lat Grade What are tho m3: in “pot”? lp! in! it! 131; Grade Say "take" without Mo (aka) lat Grafie Say "his" without 23/. (hi) Phoneme Manipulation Say “it”. New mid is! at the beginning. (sit) lat Gracia Delete phonemes- Sny “stand”. Now say it without the Isl. (Emmi) First sound in 13km! 212d Grada Repiaco the first sound in "back" with ltf. {tack} 2nd Grade Replace the last sound in “bug” with inf, (bun) * Phonakagicai akifla: All skills are addresaed and follow the PAS-IF. se quence for assessments with the exception of. .. « rhyme complafiion, Mend onsets and times and aéding phonemes Warm End of Kindergarten = 4 of 6 tested K anti Pre K skins Emi of“ First = A11 142 and Pre K stifle + 3 of"! tested Grade 1 55612-5 End ofSecemi = A12 Pre K, K‘ list and 2nd Gmda ahifis © 20:133. A}! righis reserved. Literacy First Process Professionai fieveiapmeat Institute, Ema. 3109 156th Ham Southeast, M323. Creek, Waahington 98Q12 425 745 3929 Br? sounds and not focused on letter—sound relationships? 7. Does your instru Learning Time? Ccpyn’gfi: Q 26%): MI righis reservad. Lizemcy First Process ‘ 315:9 15a” Refessiom: Deveiopmcm Inssimtc, Inc. .Wmhifigton 930:2 425 v45 392? 282 uonneccmg rue-notoglcal Awareness and Literature Objective: To connect phonemic awareness skills with authentic literature Materials: Book: Sheeg g}; g J33 by Nancy Shaw Sinai] manipulatives such as plastic or wooden cubes 0r plastic teddy bear counters or pennies List of ee/ea words that rhyme Instructional level: Could be used to teach rhyme recognition, rhyme production or phoneme segmentation Rhyme reenggition: Rear! the story, Sheeg £33 33 Jeeg. Have the students signal with "thumbs up" each time they hear a rhyme. Thumbs Rhyme groductien: Continue the rhyming with students thinking of other words that rhyme with the pairs of words in the beak. Highiight other sheep eteriee by Nancy Show (Sheeg 9g mtg like?t Sheeg 533 g Shag Sheeg Take 5; Hike; Extend Ieeson by providing cassette tapes of Sheeg {:3 3 Joey and other 3 Sheep books in listening center. Students can feIIow along in books. Provide paper and markers for students' responses in picture and/or writing. the sounds that they hear, then they support, Elkenin boxes may be used. More ideas en connecting FA and Iitereture and Phonics may flee, 3" Edition, 13, 43-45 v ‘.*.‘.‘WFOA‘K\"KWv-vvvnwn ‘ M _ Phonological Awareness Activities to do During Transition or for Brain Breaks Have the chiltiren stand at their seats. Give two words. If they rhyme, the students say “Salami, pastramj,” and if they don’t rhyme, the children say, “No way.” 32113-13185 When lining up students, have them line up if their name has syllables, etc. Have students stand iftheir name has parts, etc. Have all the one-syllable name children stand. The other children sing, If your name has one part, give a wink. Ifyour name has one part, give a wink. Ifyour name has one part, give a wink with all your heart. Hyeur name- has one part, give a wink. (The 0119pr name students standing give a wink at the appropriate time.) The words for the rest of the students are as follows: Hyatt: name has two parts, say, “Hermes-l” Ifyour name has three parts, say, “Fantastic.” Ifme name has four parts, say, “Super Buyer.” Phonemes Nate: The CD by Jack Hartmann called “Shake, Rattle, N’ Read” has many wonderful songs premetmg phenols ' {Zepyright $2 2061 All rights reserveéi. Literacy first Process Professieeei Development lestimm, Ines 3:99 1343‘“ Mace Southeast Mi?! Creek, Weshérsgtea §SG¥2 425 2’45 3829 2436 Connecting Phonemic Awareness Skills with Poetry Materials: Noisy Poems collected by Jill Bennett Instruction: Rhyme recognition, completion and production Wheels on the track, This is the way They begin the attack: Click—ety-clack, Cliekeety—clack, Click~ety, clack-ety, CIfck-ety Clack. Poem has two other verses. PI: Copyright @ 20$: AH righis reserved. Literacy Figs: Process ' 3189 £56?”t Piaee Semhaast MEI! Creek r-‘wnvz-w-m www. w M ...
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