Grade r and grade 1 vocabulary development look and

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Grade R and Grade 1 vocabulary development: Look and say. Read and repeat. Notice that the parts of the body is broken down and labelled individually so that learners are easily able look and ‘read’ each picture separately. They may also look and ‘read’ the words using the pictorial associations as the teacher points and reads. Once the lesson has concluded, remember to put the poster up for daily reinforcement. Picture 5: (Source: )
34 Grade 2 vocabulary development: Look and say. Read and repeat. Do you notice how the parts of the body are intact and the level of complexity of the vocabulary presentation has increased from that of Grade R and Grade 1? After discussing the picture with the learners, the teacher points to each part of the body and reads out the label, and the learners repeat read. Learners may also look and ‘read’ the words using the pictorial associations as the teacher points and reads. Once the lesson has concluded, remember to put the poster up for daily reinforcement. Picture 6: (Source: ) As a follow up lesson for reinforcement, the teacher can block out the labels and ask learners to identify the correct label (using word cards) for each part of the body and attach it to the poster using prestik, until all the labels are complete.
FLT3701/501/0/2020 35 Grade 3 vocabulary development: Look and say. Read and repeat. Then say what you can do with your body. The teacher drills and extends the vocabulary. Then asks the learners what can I do with my nose? Together they read, I can smell with my nose, I can look with my eyes…and continue alike. Picture 7: (Source: ) The teacher may also give the learners written activities. Learners look at the pictures and complete the exercise on a worksheet or in their workbooks: Fill in the missing letters to complete the words. ____ ose e ____ rs ey ____ s fin ____ er ____
Fill in the missing words to complete the sentences. I can _____________ with my nose. I can _____________ with my eyes. I can _____________ with my ears. I can _____________ with my fingers. Once the lesson has concluded, remember to put the poster up for daily reinforcement. Here are more examples of simple activities to extend the learners vocabulary in Grade 2 and Grade 3: Read the words. Then circle the words that rhyme.
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FLT3701/501/0/2020 37 Read the words. Read the sounds. Match the words to their sounds. toy sea toe stay tie glue ea Sea ay ue oy oe ie Read the vowel sounds. Then use the vowels to complete the words. a e i o u h a t j ___ g f ___ n h ___ g p ___ g b ___ x s ___ n t ___ n sh ___ p p ___ ck k ___ ck du ___ k
38 Read the words. Then add the magic ‘e’ and read the new word.hug + e = huge tap + e = __________ mad + e = __________ cap + e = __________ rob + e = __________ Re-arrange the letters to make question words. Then read the words. hwo Who htaw henw erweh hyw Read the sentences. Then underline the question words. Who is that? What does he want? When is he going? Where is he going to? Why is he going there?
FLT3701/501/0/2020 39 Remember to always reinforce vocabulary with follow up activities. For EFAL learning, try to keep

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