Reflection: High Expectations Monster Emotions - Section 2: ACTIVITY

 

This activity has pretty high expectations for this time of year. Some students come into the classroom unable to recognize the fact that words need to appear in a certain order to make sense. 

I use this activity to help me determine which students have some basic reading skills and those that do not. I can use this activity to help me determine which reading group to put students in. Those students who have strong sentence structure skills are ready to begin using a tracking finger to read early sight word readers.

Those students who do not have a strong sentence structure can practice placing sight words and clear simple vocabulary words in basic sentence structures. For example I would present the students with the words, "I" "see" and a few picture cards of things like scissors, crayons, etc. Then I would model placing the words in both correct and incorrect order so the students begin to see the value of getting the words in the correct order so the sentence has meaning.   

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Monster Emotions

Unit 18: ME, MYSELF AND I
Lesson 11 of 20

Objective: Students will be able to determine if words are the same or different based on initial letter and read a common sight word.

Big Idea: Student's practice letter matching skills using emotion words.

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