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3 reading skills grade 1 2013
3 reading skills grade 1 2013
3 reading skills grade 1 2013
3 reading skills grade 1 2013
3 reading skills grade 1 2013
3 reading skills grade 1 2013
3 reading skills grade 1 2013
3 reading skills grade 1 2013
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  • 1. READING SKILLS GRADE 1 Learning Objectives (Students should be able to…) • Read from left to write and top to bottom. • Identify parts of books. Print Awareness • Notice that words consist of letters. • Identify sentences and the words in it. • Identify capital letter at the beginning of a sentence, spaces between words, and full stop at the end of a sentence. • Explore rhymes, alliteration, and assonance. • Discriminate consonants, short vowel, and long vowel sounds in beginning, middle, and final position. (CVC and CCVC words) Phonemic Awareness • Blend words into syllables, onset and rime, and phoneme by phoneme. • Segment words into syllables, onset and rime, and phoneme by phoneme. • Manipulate sounds (substituting phonemes). • Name the letters of the alphabet in alphabetic order. • Identify letters of the alphabet in random order. Alphabet Recognition • Begin to use the terms consonant and vowels. • Match upper case to lower case letters. • Shape letters (describing its shape, working on the right direction). • Recognize letters and 42 letter-sound matches (3 per week).(See Appendix A) • Use rhymes and relate this to spelling patterns. • Practice blending phonemes for reading (VC, CV, CVC, CVCC and CCVC Phonics Instruction words). • Recognize and use diagraphs (e.g.: “th”, “ch”, “sh”). • Identify Tricky Words (from 1 to 10) (See Appendix B) . • Match spoken words with written ones. 1 Projects 2 3 4 5
  • 2. • Practice segmenting phonemes for spelling (VC, CV, CVC, CVCC and CCVC Spelling Vocabulary Developme nt words). • Extend vocabulary from reading. Reinforce vocabulary from selected stories. • Use vocabulary from appropriate core sets. • Use new words in meaningful contexts. (Functional routines) • Sight read Tricky Words. Reading Fluency • Read simple sentences with reasonable fluency. • Read with increasing speed. • Notice full stops in reading aloud. • Make predictions and anticipate what happens next in a story. • Answer basic questions about stories read aloud. • Answer open-ended questions about stories such as Why? How? What? • Relate stories to personal experiences. Reading Comprehen sion • Identify and describe characters and setting. • Identify and discuss conflict. • Identify sequence of main events in stories (beginning, middle and end). • Retell beginning, middle and end with guidance. • Encourage students to read independently (sentence level). • Use reading strategies (See Appendix C) • Follow written simple directions.
  • 3. Appendix A Jolly Phonics Letter groups 1. s a t i p n 2. ck e h r m d 3. g o u l f b 4. ai j oa ie ee or 5. z w ng v little oo long oo 6. y x ch sh voiced th unvoiced th 7. qu ou oi ue er ar (See list of model words for the letters of the 42 Sounds of English)
  • 4. (The Phonics Handbook. Sue Lloyd. Jolly Phonics. Page4)
  • 5. Appendix B
  • 6. (The Phonics Handbook. Sue Lloyd. Jolly Phonics. Pages 201,202)
  • 7. Appendix C
  • 8. Teaching Reading Strategies in the Primary Grades. By Bette S. Bergeron and Melody Bradbury-Wolff. Scholastic.
  • 9. Teaching Reading Strategies in the Primary Grades. By Bette S. Bergeron and Melody Bradbury-Wolff. Scholastic.

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