Lessons for Phonetics

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  • Chinese, Japanese and Korean Numbers & Luck! - … of each number - write down how to say each number phonetically - create a chart for the Chinese numbers 1-10, with … of each number write down how to say each number phonetically create a chart for the Japanese numbers 1-10, with … of each number write down how to say each number phonetically create a chart for the Korean numbers 1-10, with … Chinese, Japanese, or Korean. Encourage them to write out the phonetic pronunciations. Inside they can write something about the number – whether …
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  • Epals to Mexico - … all of the above and the following: R-F1.Use phonetic skills to decode R-F2.Use word recognition and decoding strategies such as phonetic skills, context clues, picture clues, word order, prefixes and suffixes … Objectives *Academic: 1. Students will be able to use their phonetic and decoding skills to read email. 2. Students will be …
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  • Surfing the Web for Abc's - … Frameworks * State: R-FS5. Decode simple words. R-R4.Use phonetic skills to decode simple words PO 1. Identify consonant sound … using developmentally appropriate and accurate terminology * Frameworks: RF-1 - Use phonetic skills to decode words; RF-2 - Use word recognition and decoding strategies such as phonetic skills, context clues, picture clues word order, prefixes and suffixes …
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  • The Very Hungry Kindergartner - … and discussing the book "The Very Hungry Caterpillar." Reinforces writing, phonetics, and counting. Objectives: Write a book entitled "The Very Hungry … and discussing the book "The Very Hungry Caterpillar." Reinforces writing, phonetics, and counting. Materials: The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle … food they choose goes here--count on word walls and phonetic spelling) Page two. "In February, ____he/she ate two ____ …
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  • I Like Me - … .1.2.1.1 The student uses basic elements of phonetic analysis (for example, hears, segments, substitutes, and blends sounds in … fun ____ with me. What would make sense there? B. Phonetic clues- Look at the beginning sound th of the unknown … or excited! Formatively assess student use of basic elements of phonetic analysis (for example, hears, segments, substitutes, and blends sounds in …
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  • Take a Plane or a Train - … .A.1.1.2.0.5 The student understands basic phonetic principles (for example, knows rhyming words; knows words that have … mean? Also, formatively assess students' ability to understand the basic phonetic principle of rhyming words (LA.A.1.1.2.K … - Assess students as to their ability to understand the basic phonetic principle of rhyming words. Could they tell you which words …
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  • Morning Message - … shared reading with emphasis placed on concepts of print and phonetic principles. A designated student points to words in the message … .A.1.1.2.0.5 The student understands basic phonetic principles (for example, knows rhyming words; knows words that have … group discussion and teacher observation, students apply knowledge of basic phonetic principle by knowing the beginning sound of a word and …
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  • Yesterday's World "th" Activities - … be part of the process. Explain usefulness (for ESOL) of phonetic symbols for pronunciation. * Ask students to put words into correct … a bit harder! Notice the phonetic symbols. If you look words up in a dictionary, the phonetic symbols tell you how to …
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  • The Lifecycle of the Butterfly - … including fiction, nonfiction, classic, and contemporary works. R-F1. Use phonetic skills to decode words PO 1. Decode words in context … . R-F2. Use word recognition and decoding strategies such as phonetic skills, context clues, picture clues, word order, prefixes and suffixes … . Derive meaning from a written selection using reading/decoding stategies: --phonetic clues --context clues --picture clues --word order --structural analysis (e …
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  • Japanese Culture - … like to try? Station F Language Write your name in phonetic Japanese. Name a sound in the English language the Japanese … words and two kana systems. The katakana system is a phonetic system and is used to write words not naive to … add it to your student worksheet. Write your name in phonetic Japanese. Name a sound in the English language the Japanese …
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