Lesson Plan : Phonics: Can You

Teacher Name:
 Amanda Barrett
 Language Arts

 Phonics Skill Review
 Phonemic Awareness Letter Sound Correspondence c/k, /d/, /l/, k/k/
 TEKS K6.D Students identify and isolate the initial and final sound of a spoken word. TEKS K.7C Students learn the initial letter-sound correspondences of a set of consonants and vowels to begin to read.
 Identify letter-sound correspondence c/k, /d/, /l/, k/k/ Identify short o and phonograms -ot, -op Identify rhyming words Identify high-frequency words
 Phonics Tape Song and Rhymes Chart 24
 Activate Prior Knowledge Children name words that begin with /d/, /l/, /k/, and /o/.
 Phonics Songs and Rhymes Chart Display Can You? And talk about the actions that the animals are doing in the illustrations. Sing Can You? Or play the CD or Tape. Ask children to listen for words that have the /o/ as in top and raise their hands when they hear it. Children can use a lemon-yellow marker to circle pictures that begin with /l/, a dirt-brown marker to circle pictures that begin with /d/, and a cardinal-red marker to circle pictures that begin with /k/.
 Connect Sound to Letter Sound-Letter Matching Display Can You? Point to the letter C in the title. Explain the the /k/ sound can be represented by the capital letter C and the lowercase c. Children underline words that begin with c. Repeat with letters, d, l, and k.
 If children canít discriminate between initial consonant sounds, then say two words, such as car and bat, and ask which word begins with the /k/.
Checking For Understanding:
 Working with Words Have a child choose one of the letters c. d. l. or k and look for it in the middle and final positions in words. They can copy the words into a chart or use Graphic Organizer Chart 12 (Two Sorting Circles) to show middle or ending sound.
 Have children explain key letters and sounds. Give their own examples and explain in their own words.
 Results if Skill Review Practice Pages and oral responses.
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