Reflection: Lesson Planning How Can Fox and Socks Rhyme? - Section 2: Procedure


The reason I teach this lesson is that phonemic awareness is critical to reading and spelling success. A child’s phonemic awareness is a powerful predictor of the likelihood of reading and spelling success. Children who can not distinguish and manipulate the sounds within spoken words have difficulty recognizing and learning the necessary print/sound relationship that is critical to proficient reading and spelling success. If a child has poor phonemic awareness it is difficult for them to discover the necessary link between print and sound.

  Lesson Planning: Why teach rhymes?
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How Can Fox and Socks Rhyme?

Unit 6: Word Work Use with Dr. Seuss
Lesson 3 of 14

Objective: SWBAT recognize words that rhyme even if the ending letters are not the same. Student Objective: I can put rhyming pairs together by the way they sound.

Big Idea: Sometimes children get confused if words rhyme when the ending letters are not the same. Using the book, Fox in Socks, we can learn to use our hearing to determine rhymes.

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