Reflection: Lesson Planning Rhyming Words- Listen and Learn! - Section 3: Ongoing Practice

 

Since rhyming is something that students just develop at some point (when their brains can support it), it isn't a skill that we can really assess at a specific time.  With that being said, we do want to know if our students understand it or not.  So, I like to do some informal assessments throughout the year.  Every time we do this lesson or watch the video, I like to listen to students and/or call on individuals to rhyme for me.  I think it's important to see who has it and who does not.  Once I know that, I can make plans!  Students need to have a conceptual understanding of rhyming before they can master it.  Knowing that, we need to help build that up.  Students really NEED to know how and why words rhyme.  Students need to understand that the endings are the same, etc.  Once we really hone in on that and students memorize that information, they will be more capable of mastering rhyming.

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Rhyming Words- Listen and Learn!

Unit 10: Reading Foundational Skills Lessons
Lesson 6 of 9

Objective: SWBAT recognize rhyming words, and, after enough practice, produce rhyming words.

Big Idea: There's always time to rhyme!

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