Ahlberg, J. (1979). Each peach pear plum. New York: VikingAhlberg, J. (1979). Each peach pear plum. New York: Viking
The rhyming text and illustrations in this book invite the reader to play I spy with a variety of Mother Goose and other folklore characters
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Campus: Elementary Author: McCord, Doerr, CrawfordCampus: Elementary Author: McCord, Doerr, Crawford
K. 1c demonstrate the one-to-one correspondence between a spoken word and a printed word in text
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Campus: Elementary Author: McCord, Doerr, CrawfordCampus: Elementary Author: McCord, Doerr, Crawford
K. 2e recognize spoken alliteration or groups of words that begin with the same spoken onset or initial sound
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Campus: Elementary Author: McCord, Doerr, CrawfordCampus: Elementary Author: McCord, Doerr, Crawford
K. 3b use knowledge of letter-sound relationships to decode regular words in text and independent of content
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Grade Level: First grade Content: Phonics LessonGrade Level: First grade Content: Phonics Lesson
Objectives: After teacher demonstration, students will be able to identify members of the word family “-ay”, by completing a Copy-Change worksheet
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Matching Books and Readers When is a child ready to move from one tc group to another? A guide Sheet for TeachersMatching Books and Readers When is a child ready to move from one tc group to another? A guide Sheet for Teachers
The child may need support as she moves to a new level of difficulty, and one of the best ways to offer support is to provide a book introduction
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I can statementsI can statements
Rl retell stories, including key details, and demonstrate understanding of their central message or lesson
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Title: Bark, George Author: Jules Feiffer Age RangeTitle: Bark, George Author: Jules Feiffer Age Range
What did the mother dog look like throughout the story? Discuss the different emotions that are shown
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Letter 31 Developing Phonic KnowledgeLetter 31 Developing Phonic Knowledge
While there is no real harm in the direct approach, children seem to respond to phonics instruction more positively when phonics activities are connected to their reading material. Both kinds of activities are included here
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Word Identification in a Balanced Reading Program ObjectivesWord Identification in a Balanced Reading Program Objectives
To learn about how to determine the most appropriate balance between word identification and other components of the reading program
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A collection of scenes that forms a major segment of a playA collection of scenes that forms a major segment of a play
The story is divided into acts and scenes, and told with stage directions and dialogue
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Chicka Chicka Boom BoomChicka Chicka Boom Boom
One hundred and one numbers climb the apple tree in this bright, rollicking, joyous book for young children. As the numerals pile up and bumblebees threaten
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Campus: Godwin Elementary Author(s): Lisa DoerrCampus: Godwin Elementary Author(s): Lisa Doerr
K. 1 Reading/Beginning Reading Skills/Print Awareness. Students understand how English is written and printed. Students are expected to
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Trousdale County Schools Weekly Lesson PlanTrousdale County Schools Weekly Lesson Plan
Pk. 1 With modeling and support, ask and answer questions about informational text
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New era junior school holiday home-workNew era junior school holiday home-work
Please help, guide and motivate your child to do his / her work himself/herself. We hope the home work and the activities will be interesting for the kids
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