Reflection: Routines and Procedures Slinky Spelling - Section 3: Introduction to Students


Routines and procedures are extremely vital to slinky spelling; if I want students to be able to do this independently, they must have guided practice first!

In the video attached, you can see an initial practice session with slinkies.  I do this in small group so I can make sure students are picking up and setting down the slinkies at the appropriate times.  One thing I would change, in reference to this video, would be to tell the student to stop playing with the slinky on her pencil.  I didn't do this at this time; however, I did pay attention to her mannerisms when following the routines fof picking up and using the slinkies properly.

  Initial Practice Sessions with Slinkies
  Routines and Procedures: Initial Practice Sessions with Slinkies
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Slinky Spelling

Unit 1: Language Skills Practice
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT follow a routine that will help them spell simple words phonetically while they draw on their knowledge of sound-letter relationships.

Big Idea: Make slow spelling "slink" by!

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