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  1.   Homophones
Their, There, Wear, Where, Hear, Here, Two, Too, To, They
Crossword | Word Search | Word Scramble | Answer Keys(1,2,3)

  2.   The Soft C And G
Cage, Page, Badge, Fudge, Age, Ice, Race, Face, Space, Nice
Crossword | Word Search | Word Scramble | Answer Keys(1,2,3)

  3.   Words With Ch
Chop, Chips, Chat, Cheese, Chin, Cheek, Punch, Lunch, Munch, Bunch
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Additional Lessons 1 - 10 of 276 for Phonetics
  1.   Phonetic Transcription
English as 2nd Language HomeEducationEnglish as 2nd LanguageSearch over 1.4 million articles by over 600 expertsESLAbout.comSearch ESLStart LearningContinue LearningTeach ESL EmailPrint See More About:ESL lesson plansESL teaching techniquesipaphonetics Phonetic Transcription For students who have mastered the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) phonetic transcriptions can help improve their understanding of the importance of connected speech when speaking English. Dictionaries give single word phonetic transcriptions which can greatly improve students...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  2.   Making School Memories
...1 Print legibly, and space letters, words and sentences appropriately. Benchmark B Spell grade-appropriate words correctly. Indicators: 2. Spell words correctly with regular short vowel patterns and most common long vowel words (e.g., time, name). 3. Spell high frequency words correctly. 4. Create phoneticallyspelled written work that can usually be read by the writer and others. 5. Spell unfamiliar words using strategies such as segmenting, sounding out and matching familiar words and word parts. Lesson Summary: In this lesson, first grade students write sentences and/or captions describing classroom experie...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  3.   Long Distance Airplanes
...called in by the pilot to identify the airplane to airport control towers and base operators when requesting airport information for landing. Other aircraft in the vicinity are also able to hear the call and be aware of the airplane's presence. The identification letters are called in by using the phonetic alphabet. Give students a copy of this alphabet. The numbers are called in one at a time, with only one change. "Nine" is pronounced "niner." Students can turn their papers 90 degrees counterclockwise so their stem-and-leaf plots are facing sideways. Ask these questions: What do you notice about our graph w...
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    Grade Level: 3-5

  4.   Absolute Beginner English - 20 Point Program
...SEmail to a friendPrint this PageSubmit to DiggBeginning Level Lessons PlansBeginner Grammar Review WorksheetsBeginning Level SyllabusBasic English Conversations Beginning Level Learning ResourcesFree Beginners' CourseBeginner ReviewDo or Make Explained More Beginning Level ResourcesIntroduction to Phonetics - Pronunciation HelpQuestion Words Plural Forms Most PopularBeginning English Grammar Review QuizAdvanced English Grammar Review QuizConfusing Words - Words that are commonly confusedBeginning English Grammar Review Quiz - 2Ask and Answer Questions Quiz - 50 Basic English Questions Q... Absolute Beginner E...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  5.   Minimal Pair Pronunciation Lesson
...nts to identify two vowel sounds which they want to focus on, for example: 'eh' and 'uh', and have them create their own list of minimal pairs. Have pairs exchange lists and practice reading the others' lists aloud. If appropriate, continue lesson by a more extended look into the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet, see IPA Lesson) Minimal Pairs awning earning call curl caught curt consort concert curse coarse export expert form firm lawn learn pawed purred shorts shirts walk work blessed blast commended commanded deft daft left laughed lest last leather lather pest passed vest vast beg bug better butter empi...
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    Grade Level: ESL

  6.   IPA Symbol Card Game
...ridgeBusiness EnglishTests and QuizzesSchools - CoursesBuyer's GuideTOEFL Study MaterialsFirst Certificate Study MaterialsAmerican Idioms and Slang Tools Find a Job Online Degrees Yellow Pages ForumsMost Popular ArticlesLatest ArticlesHelp Pronunciation - IPA Symbol Card Game The IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) can be a very useful tool for improving pronunciation. Instead of relying on the teacher for the correct pronunciation, students can look up words and, with an understanding of IPA, decipher the correct pronunciation. Unfortunately, learning the IPA is not always the easiest task. In this lesson,...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  7.   Beginning Sounds Lesson
...unds. * be able to change picture files to search for additional pictures. * identify pictures will the same beginning sounds. Virginia Standards of Learning (content and technology): English 1.5 The student will apply knowledge of how print is organized and read. English 1.6 The student will apply phonetic principles to read. C/T 5.4 The student will communicate through application software. Technology Used: Computer Kid Pix Printer Describe purpose of technology. Technology is used to reinforce the concepts and for student productivity. Description of Activities: * Students stamp their name across the top of...
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    Grade Level: K-2

  8.   Seventh Grade Essay Unit
...ogether what mechanics are; for example, spelling, punctuation, subject/verb agreement. I have already identified via timed writings done previously what some of the strongest areas of opportunity for the class I am teaching. This will vary slightly from group to group, but some common problems are phonetic spelling of such constructs as "used to" (spelled as use to) and "could have" (spelled as could of), and confused homonyms like to and too. A huge problem I've noticed in this group of students is subject/verb agreement. Today I will offer the old fashioned T-bar conjugation chart as a graphic device for th...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  9.   "Bridging the Gap" Phonetic Lesson (SMART Board)
...b)"i" is for igloo Students will listen and repeat words. Students will learn the difference between one and two syllable words. Students will review "CVC rule" and apply it to new words. Students will listen to dictation of phrases and sentences and write. Description Bridging the Gap in ESL is a phonetic program used to teach students how to decode and spell. They also apply the "CVC rule" (closed syllable- In a closed syllable a consonant follows the vowel. The vowel has a short sound.) Duration 45 minutes Materials SMART Board Notebook and "Bridging the Gap" lesson book by Connie Russo, ED. D. Step-by-Ste...
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    Grade Level: 6-8

  10.   Phonetic Spelling and Computer Editing by Jean Cook
LEOs Title: A Lesson: Phonetic Spelling and Computer Editing by Jean Cook for Grade 1 Unit: Peer Reviewed by Dutchess County BOCES Topic: Phonetic spelling and editing - technology Standard Level: Elementary Grade: Grade 1 Start - End Date: There is no start - end date specified This LEO was created by: Sandy Bowman Connected Rubric: Lea...
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    Grade Level: K-5


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