Reflection: Rigor Give me a T, Give me an R... - Section 2: Activity


Up until now most of our letter sound lessons have focused on one letter sound. IN this lesson the students are asked to recognize more than one letter and associate the correct sound to the letters. Then the student have to take it up step further and find a word that has the same beginning sound as the letter on the recording sheet. 

Some of my lower performing students struggled with this activity as they could not recognize all of the letters. I paired these students up with middle and higher performing students and they met with much more success. I had to let the higher performing partner to not do all of the work but to guide their partner through the process and give them time to come up with responses.  

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Give me a T, Give me an R...

Unit 11: Transportation
Lesson 8 of 9

Objective: Students will be able to demonstrate basic knowledge of one-to-one letter sound correspondence.

Big Idea: Using one base word students make many new words.

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