Reflection: Continuous Assessment Let's Make a Capital A! - Section 2: Interact with concept


Many students will make H for this letter because they have a hard time with the slant.  Another common mistake is to make big fat As because they cannot judge the appropriate angle of the slant.  When I have students struggling with the slant, I will write several As with my highlighter and have them trace.  If they are still struggling, I use the hand over hand technique, where I put my hand over theirs and guide their letter formation to help them get the feel for the letter formation

  Continuous Assessment: Reflection
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Let's Make a Capital A!

Unit 13: Letter A
Lesson 2 of 4

Objective: SWBAT use correct letter formation to make the capital letter A.

Big Idea: We use the letter A to read and write.

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