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Consonant Digraphs: sh ch wh th

Consonant Digraphs: sh ch wh th
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Adjective Song by Have Fun Teaching Fluency Boot Camp! | Reading. Writing. Thinking. Sharing. Break up the mid-winter slump, and bring Fluency Boot Camp into your classroom! What is a Fluency Boot Camp? No… you will not be shipping your students off (sorry), nor will students have to march around the room (your choice), but I can guarantee that your students’ brains will be sweating as they participate in the classroom fluency camp you create! Just like any boot camp, students will build confidence through practice and drills. You can organize it for just one day, or you can set it up to last a full-week or month! Keep in mind, after just one day, students will start melting-away their non-fluent reading habits… and by the end of the week or month, students will be on their way to becoming confident, fluent readers! Are you sold on the idea yet? How to Organize Your Fluency Boot Camp Fluency Boot Camp can be modified and customized for pretty much any grade-level and classroom situation. Here’s a Fluency Boot Camp Planning Page to help you get started! Fluency Boot Camp Materials

Three Types of Questions to Build Comprehension — LitART Literal, inferential, and evaluative questions help learners read and think in different ways. To help students monitor their comprehension, it helps to ask questions while you read. The three levels of questions are: Literal. The answers to literal questions can be found in the text. Examples: What is the main character's name? Inferential. Examples: Why did the main character laugh? Evaluative. Examples: How are you similar to the main character? Rather than simply tell students they are right or wrong, it is better to ask students to support their answers. In a few days, I will post strategies for asking questions to groups of students. Happy Questioning!

Vegetable Vocabulary Memory Game for ESL Practice more Vegetable Vocabulary for Beginners with this ESL Memory Game (cauliflower, chili pepper, ginger, garlic, asparagus etc) . This game is also excellent for Vocabulary Teaching and Practice. ESL Learners and Teachers can use it to review English vocabulary or simply practice these words. This memory games has audio, images and text which makes it possible to practice spelling, reading, listening and word recognition. It is great for beginner and elementary ESL Lesson Plans. Please play this game at least twice to practice all words - The first time you play, only 6 words will be used, second time, other words will show up. Games are great for motivating students to learn. More Games ABCya.com | Kids Educational Computer Games & Activities

Fruits Vocabulary ESL Memory Game orange, apple, peach, pear Learn Fruits Vocabulary with this ESL Memory Game (orange, apple, peach, pear, strawberry, mango etc.) . This game is also excellent for Vocabulary Teaching and Practice. ESL Learners and Teachers can use it to review English vocabulary or simply practice these words. This memory games has audio, images and text which makes it possible to practice spelling, reading, listening and word recognition. It is great for beginner and elementary ESL Lesson Plans. Please play this game at least twice to practice all words - The first time you play, only 6 words will be used, second time, other words will show up. Games are great for motivating students to learn. More Games Phonemic Awareness Assessment All assessments should be given one-on-one. When should it be assessed? Phonemic awareness assessments should be done three times during the kindergarten and first grade years to help guide instruction. Examples of assessment questions * Remember, when a letter appears between slash marks, you should say the letter sound, and not the letter name. Phoneme matching Which words sound alike? Phoneme isolation – Initial (first) sound: What's the first sound in "sat?" Phoneme isolation – Final (last) sound: What's the last sound in "sat?" Phoneme isolation – Medial (middle) sound: What's the middle sound in "sat?" Phoneme blending: What word do these sounds make? Phoneme segmentation: What sounds do you hear in "hot?" Phoneme manipulation – Initial (first) sound: Say "mat" without the /m/ sound. Phoneme manipulation – Final (last) sound: Say "mat" without the /t/ sound. Phoneme manipulation – Substitution: Say "pig."

Vegetables ESL Vocabulary Interactive Game Practice vocabulary related to Vegetables using this ESL Interactive Catapult Game. This game is also excellent for classroom teaching. Teachers can engage students in a classroom vocabulary review for elementary ESL, EFL Learners. It can be used to energize a dull class, to review work that was done or simply as a reward for good classroom work. Fun activity to learn to words like: cabbage, eggplant, broccoli, carrot, onion, pepper and more. It is especially useful for teaching ESL Young Learners and Beginners. Games are great for motivating students to learn. More Games

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