Lessons for Letter Recognition

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  • Sneaky S - … . The two main skills for reading success are letter recognition and phoneme recognition. Procedure: Introduce the letter S to the class. Explain to the children why we need to be able to identify the letter … write the letter s. Have the children practice writing the letter s on their own manuscript paper. "To draw the letter s, we …
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  • Ning! Nang! Nong! - … the Letter "N" Designed by: Roslyn Hester Rationale The first step in learning how to read is letter recognition. According to Adams, letter recognition has … by reviewing letters A-M. As a class, state each letter and its corresponding phoneme until you get to the letter N. 2. After completing the review, introduce the letter N by …
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  • Max's Magic Magnets - … : Letter recognition is very important to the success and progression of a student's ability in reading and writing. The understanding of letter recognition … comes between the letter /l/ and /n/. You are exactly right! The letter /m/ is correct! I love the letter /m/ because it … me what letter my friend Max is holding up? That is exactly right, the letter /m/. What sound does this letter make? You …
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  • Precious Pigs - … : Precious Pigs By: Rationale: Letter recognition is extremely important for beginning readers to master. According to studies, letter recognition is one of the greatest predictors for reading success because the children recognize the letters with fluency and … have done in making the letter p on your paper. 4. After we finish writing the letter p on our paper, I …
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  • Beginning Braille Letter Recognition - … > This is a beginning Braille letter recognition lesson Subject: Language Arts Grades: PreK, K Title - Beginning Braille Letter Recognition By - Jeanne Spira Primary Subject - Language Arts Grade Level - Pre-K Concept/Topic to Teach: Reading letters of the … of the two letters, repeated in three sets. As the teacher Brailles the letters, the student will feel the letter on the paper …
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  • Perfectly Poised P's - … Letter recognition is one of the two best predictors for reading success (Adams). Successful reading will only follow a strong foundation of letter recognition … it. The goal of this lesson is to teach the letter p through guided practice of the sequence of its written … /p/ in spoken language, and learn how to say the letter p. Materials 1. small white board 2. one pencil and … look into what makes the letter p different from every other letter we say. When we say the letter p our mouths do …
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  • Mmmm Mmmm Good! - … : Lesson Title: MMMMMM Good!!! Letter Recognition and phoneme identification: M /m/ Rationale: To learn to recognize the letter m in written words and … that there are 26 different letters in our alphabet and we are going to learn the letter M today. Express to them … , R. (1990). Acquiring the Alphabetic Principle: A Case for Teaching Recognition of Phoneme Identity. Journal of Educational Psychology, 82, 805-8 …
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  • OOOOhhhh Nooo, My Nose! - … development, and word recognition, and is a predictor of later reading and spelling achievement. (Eldredge, p.27). Letter recognition is one of the two best predictors for reading success (Adams). Successful reading will only follow a strong foundation of letter recognition … lined paper and we are going to practice making the letter O. To make a lowercase o, we are going to …
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  • G...G...Guzzle - … best two predictors of reading success are phonemic awareness and letter recognition. In this lesson children will learn to recognize the phoneme … by explaining that out alphabet is represented by different letters and these letters all make different sounds. Say: Let's review the … , Bruce. Mouth Moves and Gestures for Phonemes Murray, Bruce. Teaching Letter Recognition
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  • A is for Apple: Building Letter-Recognition Fluency - … better understanding of letter sounds. Understanding letter sounds helps young children with beginning reading and writing skills. Becoming fluent in letter recognition helps children to become more familiar and at ease with the alphabet. Allowing students to interact with letters in a variety of learning experiences helps to build their letter recognition fluency.
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