Presentation on theme: "Phonemic Awareness Read aloud poetry followed by a repeating reading, omitting the last word in the line for students."— Presentation transcript:
Phonemic Awareness Read aloud poetry followed by a repeating reading, omitting the last word in the line for students to shout out. Ex. My mother says Im sickening by Jack Prelutsky
My Mother Says Im Sickening by Jack Prelutsky
My mother says Im sickening, My mother says Im crude, she says this when she sees me playing Ping-Pong with my food. She doesnt seem to like it when I slurp my bowl of stew, and now shes got a list of things she says I mustnt do---
DO NOT catapult the carrots! DO NOT juggle gobs of fat! DO NOT drop the mashed potatoes on the gerbil or the cat! NEVER punch the pumpkin pudding! NEVER tunnel through the bread! Put NO peas into your pocket! Place NO noodles on your head!
DO NOT squeeze the steamed zucchini! DO NOT make the melon ooze! NEVER stuff vanilla yogurt in your little sisters shoes! Draw NO faces in the ketchup! Make NO little gravy pools! I wish my mother wouldnt make so many useless rules!
Phonemic Awareness Finger plays –Itsy, Bitsy Spider Clap out syllables to help them spell each syllable. Ex. Stu-dent and Hinky Pinky book
Hinky Pinky Great for syllables!
Phonemic Awareness Alliteration- The Absolutely Awful Alphabet by Mordicai Gerstein. Tongue twisters- Web site, boasting the world's largest collection of these phrases on line. er/en.htm
Tongue twisters- Web site
Phonemic Awareness Read aloud books- Book, book, book by Deborah Bruss; Dr. Seuss books; Is your Mama a Llama by Deborah Guarino; the Amelia Bedelia books by Peggy Parrish; Its Raining Pigs and Noodles by Jack Prelutsky. Wordless picture books on a document camera, let students write simple sentences. Ex. The Red Book by Barbara Lehman; Yellow Umbrella by Jae-Soo Liu; My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohman.
Wordless picture books
Phonics Read aloud books support phonics instruction. Context clues, surrounding words and pictures Read big books aloud Project the page of a nursery rhyme book on a doc cam and let student read it together.
Make a library lingo word wall. Ex. Our wall
Fluency Echo reading. Ex. Rookie Reader books
Fluency Readers Theater Ex. Acting out characters- Little old lady who was not afraid of anything
Fluency Books on tape. Ex. Freckle Juice on tape with 2 nd grade reading class. Ex. The Giver and Harry Potter series with older students
Vocabulary Science Word Wall
Vocabulary Author Study Word Wall use the Concordance- amazon.com Books that have search inside had this tool.
Size DOES MATTER- move mouse over the word, click on it…
It tells the page number and frequency.
Vocabulary Thesaurus- rewrite nursery rhymes using Jack and Jill went up the hill To fetch a pail of water Jack fell down and broke his crown And Jill came tumbling after
Vocabulary Thesaurus- rewrite nursery rhymes using Jack and Jill traveled up the mound To bring back a bucket of liquid Jack lost his footing and busted his cranium And Jill plummeted later
Comprehension Use nonfiction and informational text. Photo copy pages from an encyclopedia, let kids highlight facts. Real resources! Ex. Kids InfoBits (GALE Group web database) Pluto search.