Lesson Plan : Teaching Phonics

Teacher Name:
 E4B Wendy Cheng
 Language Arts

 Use phonics to improve pronunciation and reading ability.
 This lesson is designed to help the students pronounce new words.
 1.Tell students the basically pronunciation of each letter first.For example, "a" in "apple", "e" in "red", "i" in "tip",etc 2.Introduce the specific rules in Phonics, such as "when a stressed syllable is end up with an vowel, we read it as a long vowel. 3.Give the students some more practice.
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 First, tell the students that we are not always with a dictionary when we meet new words. Furthermore, words are always created and much more than we have learned. Then, tell them that we can use Phonics to recognize new words when we fist meet them.
 1.Teach the students in phonic the vowels can be:"a, e, i, o, u," and sometimes "y, w,"also "oi, oy, ou, ow, au, aw, oo" and many others. 2.Introduce sound of every letter, inclusive of consonants and vowels by using colorful posters or cards, which has the letter, the example words, and pictures of example words on them.Lead them read every word when first meet a sound. 3.Tell the students the specific rules of the phonics rules, for example, "C followed by e, i, or y, usually has the sound of /s/."Also, with examples.
 1.The teacher write down a few tongue twister on the blackboard and ask the students to read them while the teacher taping or clapping to maintain the tempo. 2.The teacher can edit a few minimal pairs into a sentence or text to let the students try and tell the differences between each pair. 3.The teacher first "What do you think?" with a raised tone, and let the students guess what it means.And one with a drop tone, and one with the focus on "you."The teacher can even ask students pair up role playing with discourses like this. 4.If the students are already familiar with the phonics, the teacher can also just tell the students the number of the letters in a word,read it, let the students guess the spelling.
Checking For Understanding:
 Holding a tongue twister/poem reading contest to ask each student participate in.The grading is on pronunciation, rhyme, etc.
 Review the sound of each letter we have learned today.
 If the students can read the new words immediately, this will be a successful lesson.
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