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MSLE Strategies and Procedures for the classroom
PA and Spelling Routine Review Sound Chart Phonemic Awareness (Show me) Phonemic Awareness (Show me with changes) Spelling
PA 1 1. Look and listen 2. Echo 3. Echo in the mirror 4. Pull the mouth pictures 5. Replace
PA 2 1. Look and listen 2. Echo 3. Un-blend 4. Pull the mouth pictures 5. Add, take away, trade, switch, repeat
Spelling Procedures 1. Look and Listen 2. Echo 3. Un-blend and pull mouth pictures 4. Touch and spell 5. Name and write 6. Code and Read
Chapter 5 Phonemic Awareness Janet Avery. What? Phonemic Awareness is understanding that words can be broken down into smaller sounds – phonemes. Phonemic.
Literacy Coach’s Kick-off: Goals for the Year
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Listen Up! Use sound stretching of one syllable words to identify each phoneme.
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K-3 ELA Common Core State Standards Job Alike #3 – Foundational Skills 3:00 – 4:30 & 3:45 – 5:15 Grades K - 3.
MSLE Multisensory Structured Language Education Methods and Strategies for the classroom.
Discovery and Linkages Overview. Rationale for the Multisensory Introduction of a Grapheme 1. To use all sensory pathways to reinforce weak memory patterns.
Building Our 90 Minute Reading Block Westside Elementary Maria Randle, Reading Coach
Maine Department of Education Maine Reading First Course Session #8 Phonological and Phonemic Awareness Instruction.
Linguistic Phonics Co-ordinator Support Pack Linguistic Phonics.
Lesson Overviews: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Word Recognition.
This module provides training on how to give and score the new DIBELS measure called First Sound Fluency. CLICK.
Characteristics Difficulty remembering what they have heard Difficulty understanding what is heard Information may be interpreted differently than.
Phonological Awareness. Involves analyzing the sounds of language and how these sounds make up words and sentences.
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