Reflection: Diverse Entry Points Magazine Alphabet Books - Section 3: Assessment


Even later in the year, there will be student that cannot find any letters that they are searching for. Developmentally, their eyes and brains have still not made the connection to print.  This is a great time to have this child buddy-up with another student who understands how to help, but not do the work for their classmate.  I think that if the more knowledgeable student points out letters, but allows their partner to do the cutting and pasting, the more challenged buddy still sees the letters and gets the job done.  

  I Can't Find Any Letters!
  Diverse Entry Points: I Can't Find Any Letters!
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Magazine Alphabet Books

Unit 11: Small Group Lessons with Big Impact!
Lesson 7 of 10

Objective: SWBAT create a page to an alphabet book by clipping letters from a magazine. Student Objective: I can find and cut out letters to add to my ABC book pages.

Big Idea: Playful activities to develop phonemic awareness boosts early literacy skills.

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