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Practice By: Mrs. Green, NBCT 2003 East Elementary
Grade: 1st Grade Compound Words Lesson Plan 1st Grade ELA Standards I. Media and Materials: Computer, LCD projector, whiteboard (screen), Joey Helps Us Learn Compound Word’s PowerPoint presentation by Mrs. Green; Dr. Jean music CD, Is Everybody Happy ?, Compound Word cards, recording sheet; pencil, II. Classroom Arrangement: Students sit in large group for the introduction and main part of the lesson then they will work individually to form their own compound words. Students then work in pairs or small groups with follow-up activities. III. Objective: TLW group two words together to form compound words. IV. Learning Style(s): visual and auditory V. Ohio ELA Content: Develop and use decoding strategies: breaking words into smaller words, and looking for word parts (e.g., compound words, word families, blends, and digraphs). Acquisition of Vocabulary; Structural Understanding: Standards: A1.3 Demonstrate an understanding of letter-sound correspondence by saying the sounds from a variety of letter patterns, such as consonant blends and long- and short-vowel patterns, and by matching sounds to the corresponding letters. A1.5. Use knowledge of common word families (e.g., -ite or -ate) to sound out unfamiliar words. A1.6. Blend two to four phonemes (sounds) into words; A1.9. Read text using fluid and automatic decoding skills, including knowledge of patterns, onsets and rimes. B1.6 Predict the meaning of compound words using knowledge of individual words (e.g., daydream, raindrop). VI. Set: Intro using music CD, "Compound Boogie" by Dr. Jean VII: Instruction: Examples of compound words are presented while the Compound Boogie is played (slides 3-20).. Students view the pictures and words that form compound words and read these words as they are presented on the screen along with the song. Then, students complete the PowerPoint activity using stand-alone computers in pairs (slides 21-94): On slides 96-101 students may click on the pictures to hot linked online web pages to continue compound word matching activities. VIII: Closure: Independently, students use a set of word cards to create compound words and record their words on a recording sheet that is turned in to the teacher as evidence of learning.. IX: Assessment: The teacher checks by observation and monitoring as students utilize the PowerPoint and online learning practice activities. Assessment includes verifying the words students write on their recording sheets are familiar compound words and can be re-read by the student submitting the work.
A compound word is two words put together to make a new word. Compound Boogie
raincoat + =
doghouse + =
football + =
cupcake + =
sunshine + =
lunchbox + =
playground + =
sidewalk + =
bathtub + =
treehouse + =
something + =
sailboat + =
bedroom + =
snowman + =
cowgirl + =
doorbell + =
The Compound Boogie is easy to do. You make one word out of two. The Compound Boogie is easy to do. And now you can make compounds too!
Click the arrow beside the word that is a compound word.
Way to Go! Classroom is a compound word.
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