BEGIN LESSON PLANS Twenty
minutes: Review long and short oo.
Review s sounding like z. Use flash cards.
Review diacritical markings for long and short oo and s
sounding like z. Use flash cards.
Introduce hard and soft g and c and the rule applied. Use
Whenever g or c is followed by e, i, or y, the sound heard is soft. Whenever g or c is followed by a, o, or u, the sound is hard. Soft g sounds like j and soft c sounds like s. Hard g is the regular sound of g as heard in the word gas. Hard c is the regular sound of c as heard in the word cat, when c sounds like k.
Introduce diacritical markings to hard and soft g and c. Use
Twenty minutes: Review digraphs
sh, ch, tch, th, ck, wh, gh, gn, kn, ph, and blends br, cr, dr,
fr, gr, tr, str, sn, sp, st, sw, sm, tw, bl, cl, fl, gl, pl, and
vowel combinations ee, ea, ai, ay, oa, and vowel diphthongs aw,
ew, ow, ou, oi, ou, and r controlled vowels ar, er, ir, or, ur,
ire, are, air, ore, ure, and split vowel silent e and ing, ss,
ll, ang, alk, amp, ind, ight, y, ice, our, out, long and short oo
and s sounding like z plus hard and soft g and c by flash cards.
Twenty minutes: Sentence and
Twenty minutes: Echo Songs
Ten minutes: Howl and Yowl
REVIEW-REINFORCE throughout the day
SONGS TO SING DAILY
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