Lessons for Phonetics

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  • Dividing Words Into Syllables to Develop Reading Fluency - … Learning Objective(s): Students will develop reading fluency by applying phonetic analysis to multiple syllable words while reading the words during … Learning Objective(s): Students will develop reading fluency by applying phonetic analysis to multiple syllable words while reading the words during … multiple-syllable words. Students will develop reading fluency by applying phonetic analysis to multiple syllable words while reading the words during …
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  • Slide into a Rhyme - … make learning fun for students. This lesson helps students practice phonetic analysis skills with onsets and rhymes. Groups of students create … ability to construct rhymes and to use basic elements of phonetic analysis. 3. The group presentations are used to practice abilities with phonetic analysis. Web Links Web supplement for Slide into a Rhyme …
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  • Go Far in a Car - … .A.1.1.2.0.5 The student understands basic phonetic principles (for example, knows rhyming words; knows words that have … story, this is a perfect opportunity to teach students the phonetic principle of rhyming words. 4. Give a mini-lesson on … assess students as to their 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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  • Pilots, Drivers, and Captains - … .A.1.1.2.0.5 The student understands basic phonetic principles (for example, knows rhyming words; knows words that have … assess students as to their 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 (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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  • Jobs, Jobs, Jobs - … .A.1.1.2.0.5 The student understands basic phonetic principles (for example, knows rhyming words; knows words that have … assess students as to their 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 (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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  • Are We There Yet? - … .A.1.1.2.0.5 The student understands basic phonetic principles (for example, knows rhyming words; knows words that have … assess students as to their 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 (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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  • Spell It - … . 3. The student will develop an understanding of the basic phonetic principles. 4. The student will identify both uppercase and lowercase … of the alphabet. 5. The student will use letters and phonetically spelled words. Purpose: The purpose of this game is to help the children learn to apply the basic phonetic principles in a fun way that will help them gain … . Points are awarded for each letter that is correct or phonetically logical. If a sound has been specifically taught and the …
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  • Ancient Refuge in the Holy Land - … Holy Land Classroom Activity | | | | Objective To learn how the International Phonetic Alphabet is used to communicate the sounds of words in … as linguists, can communicate about different languages using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), a set of symbols that provides a universal … full tutorial on these sounds, have students visit the International Phonetic Alphabet for Teens Web site at Once students have investigated …
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  • Gaining Familiarity with Haitian Creole - … newcomers from Haiti. 4. Participants are able to identify the phonetic resemblance between French and Creole, noting the disparity between the … geographically d. both a+c 10. Creole is largely the phonetic spelling of French vocabulary because... a. slaves learned the language … geographically d. both a+c 10. Creole is largely the phonetic spelling of French vocabulary because... a. slaves learned the language …
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  • Japanese Shodo - … and public libraries 6. Sheet of the forty-six katakana phonetic characters to be used for activity seven. Activities: 1. Present … purposes. Hiragana is for writing Japanese native words in a phonetic manner. Katakana is used for writing the sounds needed for … students and skip sounding out their names with the katakana phonetic syllabary. State Standards: Arts – Visual Art 7th Grade Content Standard …
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