Children's Classic Literature (2nd Edition) (Sourcebook of by Candace L. Goldsworthy

By Candace L. Goldsworthy

SOURCEBOOK OF PHONOLOGICAL understanding actions, quantity 1: CHILDREN'S vintage LITERATURE keeps to combine confirmed phonological knowledge actions with undying children's classics, resembling Goldilocks and the 3 Bears, to assist successfully deal with kids with language problems and studying difficulties. confirmed wisdom actions on the notice, syllable, and phoneme degrees are supplied. This beneficial Sourcebook makes use of the richness of vintage children's literature to create an easy-to-use application which could immediately be positioned into perform to extra a child's interpreting good fortune as she or he advances from oral language to talent in print.

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Paved) How the Materials Are Arranged and Suggestions for Using Them • 29 Teaching Steps: 1. , “plum” from The Very Hungry Caterpillar). 2. ” 3. ’ ” Correction Procedures: 1. ” 2. ’ ” 3. Leave the two pictures in front of the student and say, “Tell me a word that rhymes with ‘plum,’ ” and point to the picture of a thumb. 4. ’ ” 5. , a plum and pie) in front of the student. ” 6. ” 7. ” 8. Repeat the activity using other words and pictured items from the story. 9. Repeat teaching Steps 1–3. 5.

2. Place three wooden blocks or plastic chips beneath the pictured moon. 3. , /m/ /oo/ /n/). 4. ” 5. ” 6. ” 7. ” 8. Repeat the activity with other one-syllable words and pictures from the story. 9. Repeat the activity without manipulatives. 19. ’ Instead of /ah/ say /short I/. ”) (flip) 40 • CHAPTER 2 Teaching Steps: 1. Place three wooden blocks or plastic chips next to each other in front of the student. 2. Say /d/ as you point to the first block/chip, /ah/ as you point to the middle block/chip, and /g/ as you point to the third block/chip.

4. ” Present another word from the story and say, “Say the sounds in the reverse order. ” 5. ” 44 • CHAPTER 2 Correction Procedures: 1. Place two pictures in front of the student: a 10 and a net. 2. Place three different colored wooden blocks or plastic chips beneath the pictured 10. 3. , as you say /t/ point to the red block/chip, as you say /short E/ point to the green block/chip, and as you say /n/ point to the blue block/chip). 4. , the blue block/chip is under the /n/, the green block/chip is under the /short E/, and the red block/chip is under the /t/).

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