Ppt on sight words

List 1 Sight Words.

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1 TrIn 3101: Introduction to Interpreting Unit 8: Managing the Interpreting Process in Sight Translation This presentation will probably involve audience.

written in black and white, some interpreters may have more trouble focusing on meaning rather than words. Reading comprehension is an important element of sight translation, and the need to improve and maintain reading comprehension is one reason why court and / along, being careful not to stray from the original meaning. 25 Exercise 8. Sight translate the attached document into your other language. Discuss the accuracy of marked words or phrases, delivery, and fluency. When you are ready, set your timer to/


ESL Sight Words www.bingocardcreator.com/dolch-sight-words-bingo.htm Press Space Bar to continue.

. Use your left hand for left hand letters and your right hand for right hand letters. Press Space Bar to continue. ESL Pre-Primer Sight Words Left hand only a we red see Right hand only I in my up you jump look Press Space Bar to continue. Use both hands /one two come down find help here make away blue play said three where funny little yellow Press Space Bar to continue. ESL Primer Sight Words Left hand only at be are ate eat get saw was Right hand only no on Press Space Bar to continue. Use both hands /


Katie Shriver Danielle Tevlowitz Kristie Harris. Word recognition includes the following elements:  Recognizing words without conscious attention  Recognizing.

of pictures/text features to enhance schemata  Picture Books- use pictures to help readers decode text and build vocabulary Sight Words (pg. 140)  Match the Word- match words on sticky notes to word in text  Dolch List Bingo- enhancing automaticity through quick recognition when word is called Sight Vocabulary (pg. 141)  Unscramble the Sentence- after reading short poem/story, sequence sentences on separate strips  Personalized Flash Cards/


I can read all of these words! Word Recognition I can read all of these words!

phonics pattern is taught. Examples of frequently occurring words: the, in, I, a, go, to, that, with, about, please What Are Sight Words? Sight words are words, usually Anglo-Saxon in origin, that must /Words (cont.) Long words, short words Words I know, words I think I know and words I dont know at all Words with long or short vowels Words with schwa sound Synonyms, antonyms Compound words Word Walls Using word walls is an effective classroom strategy for learning and practicing HFW/sight words As new words/


TrIn 3101: Introduction to Interpreting Unit 8: Sight Translation and Overview of Medical Interpreting Settings.

simultaneous interpretation, and involves some of the same mental processes. In the case of sight translation, the input is visual (the written word) rather than oral (the spoken word), but the interpreter still has to process a thought in the source language and/you go along, being careful not to stray from the original meaning. 18 Exercise 8. Sight Translate the document into your other language. Discuss the accuracy of marked words or phrases, delivery and fluency. When you are ready, set your timer to 5 /


2014-2015 Welcome to Second Grade!. Whole Group Reading Sound Flashcards Sight Word Flashcards Classroom Library “Just Right” Books Reading Street Basal.

, and comprehension practice. The poetry & song lessons… Build vocabulary and letter/sound identification Teach comprehension strategies. Model what fluent reading sounds like. Provide regular fluency practice. Build the student’s sight word bank. Offer tracking practice and accuracy skills. Reading Groups We will level students based on their September reading assessment results (STAR Test and DRA Test)… the testing is one-on/


1 New Research in Translation and Interpreting Out of Sight: Visual Context and Translation Tools José Ramón Biau Gil Universitat Rovira i Virgili.

JOSÉ RAMÓN BIAU GIL 7 OCTOBER 2005 Part 1: Problem Description  Key Concepts  Translation, Localization & Technology 3 Part 1 Problem Description Out of Sight JOSÉ RAMÓN BIAU GIL 7 OCTOBER 2005 4 Translation Tools  WYSIWYG (Word Processors)  Word-Only (Professional Translation Tools) Visual Context  Images, Sounds, Videos, Distribution of Elements on Screen…  Information Needed to Understand Text as a Whole  Integral/


Section A Father Dearest Contents Warming-Up Text A Reading Through Exercises Main Idea & Structure Words & Expressions.

Dad’s voice: “Watch your eyes!” 直到现在,当走到离树枝尚有数码之遥时,我仍会停下来,耳边似乎又想起了 父亲的声音: “ 当心戳到眼睛! ” 4. His grandchildren have caught on quickly, knowing to shake their fingers and say, “That’s dangerous!” at the sight of cleaning products. 他的孙子孙女们领会得很快,看见洗涤用品,他们知道摇摇手 指说: “ 那很危险! ” Translating All of the following underlined words and expressions are related to the things in your daily life. Read them closely and then use them to complete the passage that follows. Make changes/


Word Identification Chapter 6. The Brain and Word Recognition The brain is capable of identifying only four or five random letters (e.g., w, q, e, j)

nose needs to be wiped. Components of Word Identification Word knowledge: Receptive / expressive vocabulary Sight words (e.g., the, to, you, there, once) Sight vocabulary Word analysis skills: Context clues Visual analysis of monosyllabic words Blending polysyllabic words Structural analysis Teaching Syllables and Affixes to English Learners Assessment of Word Identification: Informal Checklists Receptive vocabulary Sight words / sight vocabulary Context clues Visual analysis Blending Structural analysis/


Sight Words & Contextual Reading The application steps of the Seeing Stars® Program.

Station 1: Capturing Day 1 Station 2: Capturing Day 2 Station 3: Categorizing Station 4: group practice GVC and Sight Words What does the GVC say about sight words? How many sight words should students be exposed to by the end of Kindergarten? “Student read high frequency words by sight…” First grade? Second grade? Third grade? Break out Session #2 Station 1: Games for Slows (group/individual) Station/


Introduction to Phonemic Awareness, Sight Words, and Structural Analysis the to he a I and you s at h orse.

and starts with /r/--ring. ◦ What rhymes with dog and starts with /fr/--frog. Sight Words High Frequency Words ◦ Dolch ◦ Fry Colors Numbers How can we teach this type of word recognition area? Examples of centers—BINGO, Concentration, PIG, Cloze, Roll-Say-Keep, and Gameboards/. There are a variety of gameboards at the SchoolBell web site. Other Notes about the Sight Word Center Do not use word searches for the sight word center. Do not use crossword puzzles. You can mix and match elements to complete this center/


Sight Words List O rea d great kind als o becaus e.

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and implicit code instruction be compared? Jamal: Third Grader Lowest reading level in his class (1st grade) Not making progress Teacher helps him pronounce 30% of words Cannot remember previously know words Knows fewer than 30 sight words Applies inconsistent strategies Has difficulty with letter-sound relationships (cannot sound-out) Has difficulty blending Generally gets the meaning of a text Good oral skills Good/


+ First Friday Family Fun November 1, 2013 Fluency ~ Accuracy ~ Lexiles Book Leveling ~ Sight Words.

Phone/iPad Apps… Lexile Framework for Reading – www.lexile.comwww.lexile.com East Stroudsburg Area School District – www.esasd.netwww.esasd.net Level It Books - $2.99 + Sight Words (Suggestions from the Reading Specialists) + Learning Sight Words Anchor Remember 3, 5, 7, 9 Mix known with a few unknown Involve as many sensory modalities as possible: visual, auditory (hear and say) tactile Learn phonetically/


Tsuiping Chen UFOS. FIRST PARAGRAPH--WORDS AND PHRASES UFO: Uunidentified Flying Object Associate…with Pertain to: to have connection Atmosphere: air.

reports on UFOs made US government decide to set up a committee called “ Project Blue Book” to investigate UFO sightings. FIFTH PARAGRAPH--WORDS AND PHRASES (1) Crash (n): to have a sudden, violent and noisy accident Crash (v) onto-- Ranch/expendable measuring device called a radiosonde. Weather balloons are sometimes cited as the cause of UFO sightings, and are also used for cluster ballooning. FIFTH PARAGRAPH--WORDS AND PHRASES (3) Retraction (n): withdraw Controversy (n): a dispute Reputable (adj): /


V ISUAL I MPAIRMENT Jordan Danner & Amanda Downum “The word blind has always meant more than merely the inability to see…. Throughout history of the language.

; administer the same discipline, if needed, as you would for a child who is sighted; rules do count. Give explicit directions; avoid the words here and there because they may not give enough information. Hesitate to ask students what /Feel you must tolerate unacceptable behavior in students who are visually impaired anymore than you would in students who are normally sighted. Allow extra time when needed, for tactual exploration, when appropriate, slower visual/Braille reading, etc. Provide extra storage/


Spelling and Phonics Add the correct suffix to each root word : –tion or –sion. 1. confu________ 2. man_______ 3. infec________ 4. informa__________ 5.

the world. Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots Give definition of the root. 1. phonics 2. Botanist 3. Astrolabe 4. Introspective Vocab Which of the words does not belong with the others. Why? photograph, outline, blueprint, sketch Writer’s Secret 1. subject pronouns (pronouns used as the /pronoun. Commonly Confused Words Cite (v)- to quote a passage Sight (v) to observe; to take aim at Sight (n)- a view Site (n) exact location They encountered quite a 1.(cite, sight, site) as they arrived a the 2.(cite, sight, site) of /


Imagery An appeal to the 5 senses. Types of Imagery Auditory (sound) Auditory (sound) Visual (sight) Visual (sight) Tactile (touch) Tactile (touch)

, Without a blessed thing to do Without a blessed thing to do Until he comes in sight. Until he comes in sight. A B C B D E F E Rhythm and meter Rhythm is when the words flow in a natural manner. Rhythm is when the words flow in a natural manner. Meter is the rhythmical quality (pattern) in poetry Meter is the/


CHAPTER SEVEN PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS, PHONICS, AND WORD RECOGNITION.

activities that incorporate the visual, auditory, tactile (touch), and kinesthetic ******(movement) (VAKT) modalities. Teaching Sight Words and Sight Words in Context http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yZwYU5vGcY Review this video. List the skills that are presented for mastering sight words. List the sequence of steps you would follow to to teach sight words in context. Development 4 beginning of the day, daily activities to introduce and reinforce/


Sight Words List F to o live two her e awa y.

G man y some wha t ea t neve r call where funny every first Sight Words List H would come fly down give write know could their your walk Sight Words List I there so long thes e bi g ou r how over show out more Sight Words List J unde r or di d agai n ge t wan t any ran/ very now has Sight Words List K stop let must wer e ru n sa w will abou t just from Sight Words List L tak e if aroun d ma y gav e mad /


Review of High Frequency Words, Phonemic Awareness, and Phonics

correct. Stages in Reading Words Consolidated Alphabetic Sometimes called within-word pattern stage. Longer and more sophisticated words are processed. Begin to recognize words instantaneously on sight without having to analyze letter by letter. Word Recognition What is word recognition? Strategies we use to identify the oral equivalent of a word. What are areas included in word recognition? Sight Words Phonemic Awareness Structural Analysis Phonics Sight Words High Frequency Words Colors Numbers Dolch Fry/


Rules of Usage Or, which word should I use???. ACCEPT/EXCEPT “If you offer me Almond Roca candies, I will gladly accept them—except for the peppermint-

O? Would it help to remember that Congress with an O meets in the Capitol with another O? CITE/SITE/SIGHT You cite (document) the author in an endnote or include a Works Cited page; you visit a Web site or the / kind. “Decent” (rhymes with “recent”) is used to label actions, things, or people that are respectable, appropriate, satisfactory, or kind. The word to use when discussing ancestry is “descent” (rhymes with “we sent”). Somebody whose ancestors came from Brazil is of Brazilian descent. You also make /


ESL Newcomer Program Everything You Need And How To Teach It Right

ability statements like, “Tung got a score of 97% on the final exam over Dolch Sight Vocabulary K-3.” I Say, You Say Dolch Sight Words K-3 These 218 Context Sentences include the sentences themselves, a comprehensive multiple-choice test,/ Tricks The science passages are carefully written to present generic science concepts and to foster reading fluency and acquisition of hundreds more sight words. This is done by echo reading, choral reading, and timed reading. A “Three-Page Science Suite” refers to the /


Rules of Usage Or, which word should I use???. ACCEPT/EXCEPT “If you offer me Almond Roca candies, I will gladly accept them—except for the peppermint-

O. It might help to remember that Congress with an O meets in the Capitol with another O. CITE/SITE/SIGHT You cite (document) the author in an endnote or include a Works Cited page; you visit a Web site or the / kind. “Decent” (rhymes with “recent”) is used to label actions, things, or people that are respectable, appropriate, satisfactory, or kind. The word to use when discussing ancestry is “descent” (rhymes with “we sent”). Somebody whose ancestors came from Brazil is of Brazilian descent. You also make /


Alphabetic Principle EDRD 6600. Alphabetic Principle Alphabetic Understanding: Words are composed of letters that represent sounds. Phonological Recoding:

Says the most common sound associated with individual letters Decoding Blends the sounds of individual letters to read one- syllable, short-vowel, decodable words (e.g., sun; map) Sight-Word Reading Recognizes some words by sight including a few common, high-frequency words (e.g., a, the, I, my, you, of, is are) What I Expect Students in First Grade to Demonstrate Letter-Sound and Letter/


Fueling Up on Words: Vocabulary, Phonics, & Spelling

look at the Common Core Foundational Skills through the lens of MLPP Understand the Digging Deeper Tools (Concepts of Print, Phonemic Awareness, Hearing & Recording Sounds, Letter/Sound ID, Known Words, and Sight Word/Decodable Word List): when to use them and how they can inform our instruction Reinforce our understanding of Phonics, Spelling, and Vocabulary and learn some tools for assessing our students’ skills/


“Using Early Writing to Evidence Phonemic Awareness, Sight Words and Phonics Skills” Regional Office of Education #35 Friday. October 9, 2009 8:30 a.m.

.Identifying Final and Medial Phonemes VI.Segmenting VII.Substituting Phonemes VIII.Adding Phonemes IX.Deleting Phonemes ***Letter Naming Sight Words:  Brave spelling versus conventional  Once posted, taught or tested = Brave spelling is not allowed / Scope and Sequence:  Letter/sound naming fluency  Sight word fluency  Sight word phrases fluency  Connected text fluency  Writing fluency of conventional sight words You need to know  When a word has been posted, taught or tested so that you can/


Sight-Word Reading Instructional process by which students learn to instantly recognize words Usually refers to just the end product— _________ _______.

______ sec. For each sound and no more than ____ sec. Between time students finish sounding out 1 word and begin the next Sight-Word Passage Reading Procedure 1. _______________________________ _______________________________ 2. Teacher writes on board any words that students missed during passage reading and conducts a sight-word-list reading exercise 3. Teacher calls on students to read individually a sentence at a time Practicing/


Sight Words List 1 Mr. Matthews Grade One can.

has by try around self more thank fun side find again sister over made mom sleep saw tell who while why give first kid Sight Words List 7 Mr. Matthews Grade One am found only dad next took fast say pet stop ride through says better sure man still teacher/ dear keep ran head soon began lady Sight Words List 8 Mr. Matthews Grade One does push gave hard great hand pull hurry stay because sat watch ball their car our shout /


The Corinthians had a sight problem because they failed to see the priorities of God. n God’s glory cannot be seen when its man’s glory they seek!

. But they, measuring themselves by themselves, and comparing themselves among themselves, are not wise. The Corinthians had a sight problem because they failed to see the priorities of God. n Sadly Paul had to defend himself against false charges / renounced the hidden things of shame, not walking in craftiness nor handling the word of God deceitfully, but by manifestation of the truth commending ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God. The Sufficiency of God. (3:1-6) n 2 Corinthians/


More Sight Sight Words Sight Words Sight words:

Sight Words @ www.MrPorterfield.com Sight Words Sight Words Sight words: Eyes on the WORDS! Grade Level Words: Read Sounds could aw ar book er ou oo er ir ur au ur ir all or Worksheet - Spell Sounds What did they do? Direction Words: Watch the vowels! cr ac k ic oa ee sl eet eek eep cl oak uck ack cl ump Word/ family ung r l s st toto sw h br sl fl sw cl yoyo More Word Families @ www.MrPorterfield.com Word Families Word Families farm ar farmer card bark park far fart start smart alarm herd er Bert nerds /


Abominable Snowman or Yeti, legendary wild man of the Himalayas. Reports of sightings have come from Nepal (where the creature is known as Yeti) and from.

the pen name "Kim", interviewed the porters of the "Everest Reconnaissance expedition" on their return to Darjeeling.Newman mistranslated the word "metoh" as "filthy", substituting the term "abominable", perhaps out of artistic license.As author Bill Tilman recounts, "[Newman/,000 for each hair sample. But it may finally allow scientists to pin down whether all those Yeti or Bigfoot "sightings" over the years -- often captured in blurred photos or shaky video footage -- are based on fact, mistaken identity /


HOLNESS. HOLNESS  A LACK of BIBLICAL eye-salve  A LOST sight of GOD’s HOLINESS  A LAODICEAN Invitation to Salvation  A LAODICEAN Inclination to Separation.

LAODICEAN Inclination to Separation  A LIGHT Approach to the Spirit’s Sealing HOLNESS  A LACK of BIBLICAL eye-salve  A LOST sight of GOD’s HOLINESS  A LAODICEAN Invitation to Salvation  A LAODICEAN Inclination to Separation  A LIGHT Approach to the Spirit’s/ onlydeceiving your own selves James 1:22 But be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves. HOLNESS  A LACK of BIBLICAL eye-salve  A LOST sight of GOD’s HOLINESS  A LAODICEAN Invitation to Salvation  A LAODICEAN /


Building Fluency:. Fluency We often restrict reading lessons to “sight reading.” Who could learn a musical instrument by only sight- reading music and.

to reading.  Structure time for student to practice the text with a peer, adult, or tape.  High frequency/sight words: is, be, to, us, am, in  High frequency phrases: by the dog on the bed over the/.com/sw/sight_words.asp http://www.dolchword.net/ (Check out the sight word games on the left-hand side) http://www.familylearning.org.uk/sight_word_games.html Websites Games to Increase Sight Word Fluency Excellent Fluency Website: http://www.busyteacherscafe.com/teacher_resources/literacy_pages/fluency.htm


Text A Father Dearest Book Two Unit Five 新视野英语教程 Section A Text A New words Text Reading Main Ideas Text Structure Expressions Patterns Exercises Summary.

shake bite niece edge reassurance stick out be conscious of put on hear of cut off guard from to this day die from catch on at the sight of pull away 新视野英语教程 Section A New words 新视野英语教程 Section A : Text Reading Father Dearest 1. My father and I were watching a video in which my two-year-old nephew, Cameron, ran into view with/


BR-main Before Reading 2. An English Song 3. Word Web 4. Consumers’ Rights 1. Warm-up Questions 5. Modern Consumers.

concerned _________. sincerity _______, I know I know l know oh oh... BR1- word web Word Web Directions: Find as many words as possible about honesty. honesty sincerity integrity upright frank straightforward genuine hearty faithful cordial wholehearted/ run try out sign up be short of at the last minute 16. 不可预见的情况 unforeseen circumstances 17. 恶意起诉 18. 忘记;忽略 nuisance suit lose sight of 19. 被剥夺 be deprived of 20. 简而言之 in short AR- group discussion Group Discussion Form groups of four and have a discussion /


Deuteronomy 12:28 Be careful to listen to all these words which I command you, so that it may be well with you and your sons after you forever, for you.

your sons after you forever, for you will be doing what is good and right in the sight of the LORD your God. Our Problem How do you know you are really hearing God’s Word?  Obeying has the same result as listening!  This is how we know when we’/is with careful listening, hearing, and obedience of God’s Word for our lives What God Does with His Word He Uses His Word to Fulfill His Purpose in our Life  “for you will be doing what is good and right in the sight of the Lord your God.”  God’s Holiness and /


A World Leader In Brain Based Education

Education How to use Electronic SuperSpeed 1000 Electronic SuperSpeed 1000 (ES 1000) contains 1000 sight words arranged in order of frequency in English. Thus, the first word “the” is the most common English word, “to” the second word is the second most common word, and so on. The more quickly students can read sight words, the more they will enjoy reading. ES 1000 can be used from kindergarten/


Phonics Ann Morrison, Ph.D.. Phonics Ann Morrison, Ph.D.  The intersection of Phonological Awareness and Print Awareness  Alphabetics  Sight Words.

naming fluency, oral reading fluency, etc Ann Morrison, Ph.D. 10/2/13 9 Sight Words v. High Frequency Words Sight Words  Difficult to decode using rules of English, don’t “play by the rules”  Can also be high frequency  Read /as whole words High Frequency Words  Decodable  Are used most frequently in a given context  Can also be sight words Ann Morrison, Ph.D. 10/2/13 10 Sight and High Frequency Words  These terms are often used interchangeably, but they aren/


Phonics Ann Morrison, Ph.D..

.12 Adams, 1990 Morrison, 2.22.12 Morrison, 2011 Morrison, 2.22.12 Phonics Model Lesson video http://dww.ed.gov/media/DDI/RIR/SI/See/flashlite/1506/index.htm Sight word instruction video: Frannie Fallon Morrison, 2.22.12 Alphabetics Letter sounds Sounds of letter combinations Morrison, 2.22.12 Phonics Teaching Sequence Letter identification Letter sounds 2 letter blending and/


Improving Word Recognition Fluency. The Role of Fluency in the Reading Process ► A large vocabulary of sight words allows students to read fluently. ►

a total wreck. So that’s the last time I refuse When teacher says to tie my shoes. Kenn Nesbitt www.poetry4kids.comwww.poetry4kids Choral Reading Activity Developing Sight Words in Isolation Most sight words are function words which are difficult to learn because  They have abstract meaning.  They look alike.  They do not always follow familiar pronunciation patterns. Strategies for Teaching in Isolation ► Connect/


Reading Disabilities. Terminolgy Congenital word blindness Dyslexia Developmental dyslexia Specific reading disability Reading disability Disability-disorder,

and Scores 1.6 years below grade on at least 4/5 speed reading measures Good at phonetic identifying regular and exception words (phonetic decoding and sight-word reading) Accurate in word recognition Problems with word recognition speed (problems processing large units of text) – slow reading rate Oral abilities – no problems except lower on tasks measuring rapid automatic naming. Sometimes appear to develop well in/


Dolch Sight Words www.edhelper.com/dolch_sight_words.htm.

run said the three to two where yellow Press Space Bar to continue. Use both hands to type these Dolch Pre-Primer words! Dolch Primer Sight Words Left hand only at be are ate eat get saw was Right hand only no on Press Space Bar to continue. all /take thank them then think walk when Press Space Bar to continue. Use both hands to type these Dolch 1 st grade words! Dolch 2nd Grade Sight Words Left hand only best fast gave read Right hand only pull upon Press Space Bar to continue. always around because been /


Reading Jeopardy RhymingBeginning Sounds Ending Sounds Sight Words Sequencing 11111 22222 33333 44444 55555.

4 points Which pictures end the same? Ending Sounds for 5 points Tell a word that ends with ch? Sight Words for 1 point Read the word. I Sight Words for 2 points Read the word. and Sight Words for 3 points Spell the color word. Sight Words for 4 points Spell the color word. Sight Words for 5 points Which word is spelled correctly? siad aisd said dias Sequencing for 1 point Tell what comes/


11/8-11/12MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday Reading/word work 8:30-10:00 Copies: Pg. 59 Spelling Pg. 63 Pg. 67 Pgs. 64 & 65 Wrote in our Journals :

would you take with you? Read aloud Frindle and summarize as a class. TFK Reader and Sum. Spelling Practice and define words Sight words: Angie and Aliscia Journals: Describe your morning using your 5 senses. Read Aloud & sum. Review Assessment TFK Reader: groups/ read-8-10 facts, title, names and 2 pictures Spelling Practice and write sentences Sight words: Jaime & Junior Journals: If you had a pie, whose face would you love to smash it into as a fun prank? /


How to use Electronic SuperSpeed 1000 Electronic SuperSpeed 1000 (ES 1000) contains 1000 sight words arranged in order of frequency in English. Thus,

How to use Electronic SuperSpeed 1000 Electronic SuperSpeed 1000 (ES 1000) contains 1000 sight words arranged in order of frequency in English. Thus, the first word “the” is the most common English word, “to” the second word is the second most common word, and so on. The more quickly students can read sight words, the more they will enjoy reading. ES 1000 can be used from kindergarten through adult/


Word of the Day: DETERMINE Word Parts in Mastering FCAT pg. 33-36 Word & Definition:My Explanation: Determine Example or Non ExampleVisual:

each sense in the appropriate box. We will do the first word picture together. #1 Sight: Smell: Taste: Touch: Hearing: #2 Sight: Smell: Taste: Touch: Hearing: #3 Sight: Smell: Taste: Touch: Hearing: Word Picture #1 Word Picture #2 Word Picture #3 Sensory Details Word Pictures Let’s take #3—we’ll turn the sensory details into a word picture. – The smell of the garbage hits my nose roughly. The/


Weekly Sight Words List 1. the I to a is my.

went are this look for you an can no am went are this look for Week Sight Words List 4 get come got play was had they will too all get come got play was had they will too all Weekly Sight Words List 5 be as ball by day did has her him fun be as ball by /or not mom out now of eat if jump man or not mom out now of Weekly Sight Words List 7 put ran sat read run she sit then his say put ran sat read run she sit then his say Weekly Sight Words List 8 us yes saw girl how when your about from than us yes saw girl /


1 st Grade Spelling Lists Our Spelling Lists include our basic sight words, one word family per week, and a challenge word for fun!

your words. Write words in sand. More Fun Ways to Study Sight Words and Spelling Words Make up word chants. Spell your words with "Alphabets" cereal and eat. Write your words in a story. Type your words. Cut letters out of magazines and paste your words. Use a paintbrush and water - paint your words on the sidewalk. Use sidewalk chalk to write your words. More Fun Ways to Study Sight Words and Spelling Words Use/


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