Thursday, May 17, 2012

Lesson Plan


Phonics lesson plan- sh
Core Competencies:
Decoding Including Phonics and Structural Analysis
Grade Specific Indicators: ELA- 1st Grade –
Standard 1:  Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and understanding.
http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/cores.html#ELA

Topic: Introduce the “sh” sound, focusing on words ship, shell, and shark.
Grade Level: 1st grade
Instructional Objectives:
1) Students will pronounce the letters s and h together to make the “sh” sound
2) Students will be able to recognize and read the words shell and shark. See http://www.wordway.us.com/Digraphs/shSet.pdf
3) Students will be able to sound out short words starting and ending in “sh.”
Materials:
1) Sea shells
2) Ocean sounds cd
3) Hermit crabs
4) “sh” phonics work sheet
5) Shark videos from DiscoveryChannel.com
6) Shark Tales movie
7) Connect the dots and fill in the blank worksheet

Prior Knowledge:
1)     Familiarity with letters of the alphabet and their sounds
2)     Ability to sound out short words
Activities:
Introduction:
1)     Teacher will hand out shells for students to touch while playing ocean sounds cd. Students are also given the opportunity to touch hermit crab shells.
2)     Teacher and students will discuss that shells and hermit crabs are found at the beach.  The fact that sharks are found in the ocean will also be discussed.
3)     Teacher will write the words “shell” and “shark” on the white board.  Students will be prompted to sound out the words.

Work of the lesson:
1)     Teacher and students will sound out more words starting and ending with “sh” on the white board: ship, shack, shock, shut, shot, shop and flush, brush, hush, cash, wish, fish, dish.
2)     Students are prompted to read words and given stickers as rewards.
3)     Students work on “sh” phonics worksheet in 3 parts reviewing their work after each section
4)     Teacher and students review the sh words.
5)     Students may also study and recite the tongue twister "Shelly's aunt, Sharon shears sheep" and view the book by Dr. Seuss, " One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish."

Consolidation:
1)     Students watch short educational videos sharks
2)     Students are shown the Shark Tales movie.
3)     Students work on connect the dots and fill in the blanks work sheet.
4)     Teacher and students review sh words

Links/Attachments
http://www.wordway.us.com/Digraphs/shSet.pdf
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Phonics lesson plan- CH
Core Competencies:
Decoding Including Phonics and Structural Analysis
Grade Specific Indicators: ELA- 1st Grade –
Standard 1:  Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and understanding.
http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/cores.html#ELA
Topic: Introduce the “CH” sound, focusing on words CHURCH, CHEESE, CHEETAH, CHIHUAHUA, CHICKEN, CHIMPANZEE, CHILDREN, CHECK, LUNCH, PEACH, and CHICKEN.
Grade Level: Kindergarten and 1st grade
Instructional Objectives:

1) Students will pronounce the letters C and h together to make the “CH” sound
2) Students will be able to recognize and read the words CHURCH, CHEESE, CHECKERS, CHEETAH, CHECK, LUNCH, PEACH, and CHICKEN.
3) Students will be able to sound out short words starting and ending in “CH.”
Materials:
1) CHOCOLATE CHIP, CHIMPANZEE          
2) CH cd
3) CH MOVIE- _____ ,  CHARLIE THE CHIMP LOVES CHOCOLATE CHIPS – LITTLE CH BOOK.
4) “CH” phonics work sheet
5)  videos from DiscoveryChannel.com
6)  CHICKEN LITTLE movie
7) Connect the dots and fill in the blank worksheet
Prior Knowledge:
1)     Familiarity with letters of the alphabet and their sounds
2)     Ability to sound out short words
Activities:
Introduction:
1)     Teacher will hand out shells for students to touch while playing ­­­­­____ cd. Students are also given the opportunity to touch -----------.
2)     Teacher and students will discuss that ____________are found at the beach.  The fact that sharks are found in the ocean will also be discussed.
3)     Teacher will write the words “CH” and “CH” on the white board.  Students will be prompted to sound out the words.

Work of the lesson:
1)     Teacher and students will sound out more words starting and ending with “CH” on the white board: _______, _______.
2)     Students are prompted to read words and given stickers as rewards.
3)     Students work on “CH” phonics worksheet in 3 parts reviewing their work after each section
4)     Teacher and students review the CH words.

Consolidation:
1)     Students watch short educational videos.
2)     Students are shown the Chicken Little movie.
3)     Students work on connect the dots and fill in the blanks work sheet.
4)     Teacher and students review CH words

Links/Attachments



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Phonics lesson plan- 4- Reinforcement and review of consonant digraph(s): /SH/, /TH/, and /CH/ as a strategy to decode words not known by sight.
Core Competencies:
Decoding Including Phonics and Structural Analysis
Grade Specific Indicators: ELA- 1st Grade –
Standard 1:  Students will read, write, listen, and speak for information and understanding.
http://www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/cores.html#ELA
Topic: Reinforce and review consonant digraph(s): /SH/, /TH/, and /CH/ to teach children strategies when decoding words that they do not know by sight.
See: http://www.wordway.us.com/Digraphs
Grade Level: 1st grade
Instructional Objectives:

1) Students will review the previous lessons regarding digraphs and the lesson will culminate with activities that that include a crossword puzzle with all /SH/, /TH/, and /CH/ sound and a game of /SH/, /TH/, and /CH/ Bingo.
Materials:
1) BINGO CARDS                                          
2) BINGO SET
3) WORKSHEETS WITH WORD SCRAMBLES, CROSSWORDS, AND MATCHING
Prior Knowledge:
1)     Familiarity with letters of the alphabet and their sounds
2)     Ability to sound out short words
Activities:
Introduction:
1)     Teacher will handout review worksheets and model then reinforce the /SH/, /TH/, and /CH/ sounds.
2)     Teacher will handout BINGO CARDS to students for recognition and the matching of   /SH/, /TH/, and /CH/ sounding words with their corresponding pictures.


Work of the lesson:
1)     Teacher and students will review more words starting and ending with /SH/, /TH/, and /CH/.
2)     Students are prompted to read words and given stickers as rewards.
3)     Students will be given BINGO CARDS to students for recognition and the matching of   /SH/, /TH/, and /CH/ sounding words with their corresponding pictures on their bingo cards.

Consolidation:
1)     Students work on connect the dots and fill in the blanks work sheet.
2)     Teacher and students review all  words
3)     Culminating activity will be a matching/BINGO game reinforcing the recognition of this decoding strategy.

Links/Attachments
http://www.wordway.us.com/Digraphs

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