Tom’s TEFL - P2 Phonics Programme

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Tom's TEFL: http://www.globalcitizen.co.uk/wp/toms-tefl-resources/

(KS1/P2) – ‘Off-the-shelf’ HK curriculum-based Powerpoint activities (247 slides) and A5 workbook (31 pages) including minimal pairs, animated 3-letter blends, long/short vowels, animated diagraphs, magic/silent ‘e’, blends and short vowel word families. Links, word lists and answers embedded in the ‘notes’ section of each slide in addition to sounds and animation (viewable on full screen).

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    Accompanying Workbook: http://www.slideshare.net/mod83/toms-tefl-p2-phonics-workbook

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    This is to follow the P1 programme:
    P1 Workbook - http://www.slideshare.net/mod83/toms-tefl-p1-phonics-workbook
    P1 Powerpoint - http://www.slideshare.net/mod83/toms-tefl-p1-phonics-programme

    This is an 'off-the-shelf' Hong Kong curriculum-based P2 Phonics Programme I've developed to follow on from my P1 materials.

    The Powerpoint (247 slides) and Workbook (31 pages) sections include:
    - Action Alphabet and Phonics Song revision.
    - Minimal pairs (a/e, b/p, d/t, r/l, f/v - all easily confused).
    - Animated 3-letter blends (a, e, i, o, u).
    - Long and short vowel sound activities.
    - Short vowel sound animated word families (a, e, i, o, u)
    - Animated diagraphs (ch, sh, th, ck)
    - Magic/Silent 'e'
    - Animated initial consonant clusters/blends (bl/br, cl/cr, fl/fr, gl/gr, pl/pr)

    It is based on an Education Bureau suggested Scheme of Work and KS1 of the HK curriculum. The animated diggers, blenders and cranes are inspired by proven methodology from Sesame Street!
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  • Words to read out: bat, ben, let, ban, bad, land, bed, net, mad, met, pet, rat, shall, vet
  • 1) left OR laughed -- I laughed all the way home. 2) bet OR bat -- She used a bat in the game. 3) head OR had -- He hurt his head on the door. 4) bed OR bad -- The boy was bad so could not play. 5) pan OR pen -- I put a pen on the kitchen table.
  • A) Bed, ten, start, shed. B) Last, park, raft, left. C) Pet, farm, Ben, best D) Legs, barn, hard, can't E) Met, pest, neck, vast
  • Secret telephone number (read out words only) nat 4, tag 8, vet 9, set 0, met 3, pen 5, nat 4, vat 7 = 48903547.
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  • Read out the following phonetic words for the children to spell: 1) ran 2) tat 3) gan 4) lan 5) pam 6) nad 7) vap 8) yal
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  • Words to read out: peak, peg, beep, slap, sub, tripe, born, cub, nab, tribe, gap, cap, bleed
  • 1) cup OR cub - I drank from the cup 2) bad OR pad - She wrote in the pad 3) pan OR ban - The teacher decided to ban eating 4) bark OR park - The dog would bark in the night 5) pat OR bat - The scary bat sat in the tree
  • A) big / pea / pen / pig B) hop / cup / gap / mob C) nap / alp / pub / cop D) pie / bill / best / buy E) beg / peer / beer / bee
  • Secret telephone number (read out words only) dep 1, tub 0, slab 9, slap 8, fob 3, gap 2, ban 7, pan 6 = 10983276
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  • Read out the following phonetic words for the children to spell: 1) bed 2) led 3) ped 4) ven 5) dem 6) nep 7) get 8) rex
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  • Words to read out: to do fat God bed ate add belt got fad bet bird cat dime cad time
  • 1) cent OR send - I will not give him one cent 2) hurt OR heard - She has hurt her leg 3) mat OR mad - He was very mad at the dog 4) nod OR not - We did not have time for dinner 5) den OR ten - The animal was in the den
  • A) too / down / town / toss B) hid / kid / God / got C) mad / mat / let / hurt D) pat / pad / not / net E) could / cod / cot / bud
  • Secret telephone number (read out words only) day 4, cod 0, cot 9, cod 0, two 5, do 6, den 3, tay 2 = 40905632
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  • Read out the following phonetic words for the children to spell: 1) lig 2) dig 3) pid 4) vim 5) tid 6) pin 7) zip 8) yip
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  • Words to read out: flog, frog, clam, cram, crows, grass, close, glass, race, class, lace, land, rap
  • A) play / plate / pray / plod B) lap / rap / late / lane C) rest / rice / rise / lies D) lay / jelly / grass / floor E) free / crown / clown / berry
  • 1) belly OR berry - She ate the yummy berry 2) fly OR fry - I fry my noodles 3) glue OR grew - He will glue the papers together 4) light OR right - The answer is not right 5) pray OR play - I pray the weather will be good
  • Secret telephone number (read out words only) fry 9, fly 8, rock 0, lob 3, rock 0, rob 5, frog 7, lug 1 = 98030571
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  • Read out the following phonetic words for the children to spell: 1) lol 2) dog 3) rop 4) jos 5) wop 6) pon 7) box 8) yom
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  • Words to read out: fast, vast, fans, belief, vans, believe, vain, fox, wafer, save, safe
  • 1) leaf OR leave – I will leave him alone 2) vat OR fat – This dog is very fat 3) view OR few – There is a lovely view from the roof 4) vans OR fans – Please turn on the fans 5) wafer OR waiver – I’d like a wafer with my ice-cream
  • A) vole, view, few, van B) fail, vale, fat, fear C) fox, fizz, vine, fine D) fain, vain, rife, safer E) save, safe, wife, rife
  • Secret telephone number (read out words only) rev 1, few 0, fat 9, fee 5, save 3, vox 7, fox 6, ref 2 = 10953762
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  • Read out the following phonetic words for the children to spell: 1) nun 2) tut 3) rub 4) fun 5) hum 6) pud 7) pub 8) yum
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  • Tune: Bingo
  • Teacher says : 1- rap (short a), 2 - snail (long a), 3 - wed (short e), 4 - nut (short u), 5 - fuse (long u), 6 - needle (long e), 7 - pod (short o), 8 - tile (long i), 9 - fix (short i), 10 - ghost (long o)
  • Tune: Addam’s Family
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  • cam, clam, dam, dram, exam, gram, ham, jam, lam, ma'am, Pam, ram, Sam, scam, slam, spam, swam, tam, tram, wham, yam
  • cam, clam, dam, dram, exam, gram, ham, jam, lam, ma'am, Pam, ram, Sam, scam, slam, spam, swam, tam, tram, wham, yam
  • cam, clam, dam, dram, exam, gram, ham, jam, lam, ma'am, Pam, ram, Sam, scam, slam, spam, swam, tam, tram, wham, yam
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • an, ban, bran, can, clan, Dan, fan, flan, Fran, Jan, Japan, man, pan, pecan, plan, ran, scan, span, Stan, tan, than, van
  • an, ban, bran, can, clan, Dan, fan, flan, Fran, Jan, Japan, man, pan, pecan, plan, ran, scan, span, Stan, tan, than, van
  • an, ban, bran, can, clan, Dan, fan, flan, Fran, Jan, Japan, man, pan, pecan, plan, ran, scan, span, Stan, tan, than, van
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • cap, gap, lap, map, nap, rap, sap, tap
  • cap, gap, lap, map, nap, rap, sap, tap
  • cap, gap, lap, map, nap, rap, sap, tap
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • bad, cad, dad, fad, had, lad, mad, pad, sad, tad
  • bad, cad, dad, fad, had, lad, mad, pad, sad, tad
  • bad, cad, dad, fad, had, lad, mad, pad, sad, tad
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
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  • get, let, met, net, pet, vet, wet
  • get, let, met, net, pet, vet, wet
  • get, let, met, net, pet, vet, wet
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • Ben, den, hen, men, pen, ten, when
  • Ben, den, hen, men, pen, ten, when
  • Ben, den, hen, men, pen, ten, when
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • bed, fed, led, Ned, red, Ted, wed, bled, fled, pled, shed, shred, sled
  • bed, fed, led, Ned, red, Ted, wed, bled, fled, pled, shed, shred, sled
  • bed, fed, led, Ned, red, Ted, wed, bled, fled, pled, shed, shred, sled
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • bell, fell, sell, tell, well, yell
  • bell, fell, sell, tell, well, yell
  • bell, fell, sell, tell, well, yell
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
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  • bit, fit, hit, pit, kit, sit, lit, wit, mit
  • bit, fit, hit, pit, kit, sit, lit, wit, mit
  • bit, fit, hit, pit, kit, sit, lit, wit, mit
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • bin, chin, din, fin, gin, grin, in, kin, pin, shin, skin, sin, spin, thin, tin, twin, win
  • bin, chin, din, fin, gin, grin, in, kin, pin, shin, skin, sin, spin, thin, tin, twin, win
  • bin, chin, din, fin, gin, grin, in, kin, pin, shin, skin, sin, spin, thin, tin, twin, win
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • blip, chip, dip, drip, flip, rip, hip, lip, nip, quip, rip, ship, sip, skip, slip, snip, strip, tip, trip, whip, zip
  • blip, chip, dip, drip, flip, rip, hip, lip, nip, quip, rip, ship, sip, skip, slip, snip, strip, tip, trip, whip, zip
  • blip, chip, dip, drip, flip, rip, hip, lip, nip, quip, rip, ship, sip, skip, slip, snip, strip, tip, trip, whip, zip
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
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  • blog, bog,clog, cog, dog, fog, frog, hog, jog, log, slog, smog
  • blog, bog,clog, cog, dog, fog, frog, hog, jog, log, slog, smog
  • blog, bog,clog, cog, dog, fog, frog, hog, jog, log, slog, smog
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • bop, cop, hop, mop, pop, top, chop, crop, drop, flop, plop, prop, shop, slop, stop
  • bop, cop, hop, mop, pop, top, chop, crop, drop, flop, plop, prop, shop, slop, stop
  • bop, cop, hop, mop, pop, top, chop, crop, drop, flop, plop, prop, shop, slop, stop
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • cot, dot, got, hot, jot, lot, not, rot, tot, blot, clot, knot, plot, shot, slot
  • cot, dot, got, hot, jot, lot, not, rot, tot, blot, clot, knot, plot, shot, slot
  • cot, dot, got, hot, jot, lot, not, rot, tot, blot, clot, knot, plot, shot, slot
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
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  • bug, dug, hug, jug, lug, mug, pug rug, tug, chug, drug, plug, smug, snug, shrug
  • bug, dug, hug, jug, lug, mug, pug rug, tug, chug, drug, plug, smug, snug, shrug
  • bug, dug, hug, jug, lug, mug, pug rug, tug, chug, drug, plug, smug, snug, shrug
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • bun, fun, gun, nun, pun, run, sun, shun, stun
  • bun, fun, gun, nun, pun, run, sun, shun, stun
  • bun, fun, gun, nun, pun, run, sun, shun, stun
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
  • but, cut, gut, hut, nut, put, rut, tut, glut, shut, smut, strut
  • but, cut, gut, hut, nut, put, rut, tut, glut, shut, smut, strut
  • but, cut, gut, hut, nut, put, rut, tut, glut, shut, smut, strut
  • Boy clipart from the Tseun Wan Phonics Programme.
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  • Tune: Skip to my Lou
  • Watch in order given.
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  • Tune: Mary Had a Little Lamb / Merrily We Roll Along
  • Watch in order given.
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  • Tune: Mary Had a Little Lamb / Merrily We Roll Along
  • Watch in order given.
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  • Tune: Mary Had a Little Lamb / Merrily We Roll Along
  • Watch in order given.
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  • Often known as ‘split digraphs’.
  • Watch in order given.
  • Also known as ‘initial consonant clusters’
  • Play an online game here: http://www.roythezebra.com/reading-games/double-consonants-bl-br.html - ‘br’ and ‘bl’.
  • Play an online game here: http://www.roythezebra.com/reading-games/double-consonants-bl-br.html - ‘br’ and ‘bl’.
  • Play an online game here: http://www.roythezebra.com/reading-games/double-consonants-cl-cr.html - ‘cr’ and ‘cl’.
  • Play an online game here: http://www.roythezebra.com/reading-games/double-consonants-cl-cr.html - ‘cr’ and ‘cl’.
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  • cat / bat / fat / mat / sat / rat
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  • Easier version at http://boredgames.com/flash-arcade-game.php?gameid =44025&gamename= SwizzlePop !
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  • 1. Designed for Hong Kong primary children. Subject: P2 Phonics
  • 2. Action alphabet
  • 3. Let’s revise. Open your workbook to page 1 …
  • 4. Let’s revise. Open your workbook to page 1 …
  • 5. Phonics song
  • 6. Open your workbook to page 2 … ants on the apple a, a, a balls are bouncing b, b, b cats in the car c, c, c dogs are dancing d, d, d eggs on the elephant e, e, e five fat fish f, f, f grass is green g, g, g hands on head h, h, h I am itching i, i, i jumping in jelly j, j, j kitties kissing k, k, k lions like lemons l, l, l monkeys are mad m, m, m number nine n, n, n
  • 7. Open your workbook to page 2 … old orange octopus o, o, o pink pig’s pool p, p, p queens are quiet qu, qu, qu rabbits running r, r, r snakes in the sun s, s, s tigers on tiptoes t, t, t up umbrellas up u, u, u Vincent’s violin v, v, v wash the windows w, w, w fox in a box x, x, x yolks are yummy y, y, y zebras in the zoo z, z, z
  • 8. Minimal pairs
  • 9. Short ‘ a ’ and short ‘ e ’ sound similar. a e SOUND FIGHT Raise your left hand when you hear a word with the ‘ a ’ sound. Raise your right hand when you hear a word with the ‘ e ’ sound. vs.
  • 10. Go to page 5, activity 2 . Listen to the sentences? Which word did you hear? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. 1) laughed 2) bat 3) head 4) bad 5) pen ANSWERS:
  • 11. Go to page 5, activity 1 . Listen to the list of words. Which is the odd one out? 1,2,3 or 4? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. A) Answer = 3 B) Answer = 4 C) Answer = 2 D) Answer = 1 E) Answer = 4 ANSWERS:
  • 12. Go to page 5, activity 3 . Listen to the words and write out the secret telephone number! 48903547 ANSWER:
  • 13. 3 letter blends
  • 14. 1) Say the sound of each of the letters as they come onto the screen. 2) Blend the letters together to make a word! 3-letter ‘a’ sounds
  • 15. C A T Put the ‘a’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 16. V A N Put the ‘a’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 17. R A M Put the ‘a’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 18. T A N Put the ‘a’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 19.  
  • 20. 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points Take 3 points zab yal gam rad paf vab yas tap dat
  • 21.
    • Go to page 7 of your workbook
    • Listen to the teacher and write down the crazy new words.
    3-letter ‘a’ sounds test ‘ a’ sounds 1) ______ 2) ______ 3) ______ 4) ______ 5) ______ 6) ______ 7) ______ 8) ______
  • 22. Minimal pairs
  • 23. ‘ b ’ and ‘ p ’ sound similar. b p SOUND FIGHT Raise your left hand when you hear a word with the ‘ b ’ sound. Raise your right hand when you hear a word with the ‘ p ’ sound. vs.
  • 24. Go to page 6 , activity 2 . Listen to the sentences? Which word did you hear? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. 1) cup 2) pad 3) ban 4) bark 5) bat ANSWERS:
  • 25. Go to page 6 , activity 1 . Listen to the list of words. Which is the odd one out? 1,2,3 or 4? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. A) Answer = 1 B) Answer = 4 C) Answer = 3 D) Answer = 1 E) Answer = 2 ANSWERS:
  • 26. Go to page 6 , activity 3 . Listen to the words and write out the secret telephone number! 10983276 ANSWER:
  • 27. 3 letter blends
  • 28. 1) Say the sound of each of the letters as they come onto the screen. 2) Blend the letters together to make a word! 3-letter ‘e’ sounds
  • 29. R E D Put the ‘e’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 30. T E D Put the ‘e’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 31. W E D Put the ‘e’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 32. F E D Put the ‘e’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 33.  
  • 34. 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points Take 3 points tef leb pem ved des zet geb rel bep
  • 35.
    • Go to page 12 of your workbook
    • Listen to the teacher and write down the crazy new words.
    3-letter ‘e’ sounds test ‘ e’ sounds 1) ______ 2) ______ 3) ______ 4) ______ 5) ______ 6) ______ 7) ______ 8) ______
  • 36. Minimal pairs
  • 37. ‘ d ’ and ‘ t ’ sound similar. d t SOUND FIGHT Raise your left hand when you hear a word with the ‘ d ’ sound. Raise your right hand when you hear a word with the ‘ t ’ sound. vs.
  • 38. Go to page 7 , activity 2 . Listen to the sentences? Which word did you hear? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. 1) cent 2) hurt 3) mad 4) not 5) den ANSWERS:
  • 39. Go to page 7 , activity 1 . Listen to the list of words. Which is the odd one out? 1,2,3 or 4? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. A) Answer = 2 B) Answer = 4 C) Answer = 1 D) Answer = 2 E) Answer = 3 ANSWERS:
  • 40. Go to page 7 , activity 3 . Listen to the words and write out the secret telephone number! 40905632 ANSWER:
  • 41. 3 letter blends
  • 42. 1) Say the sound of each of the letters as they come onto the screen. 2) Blend the letters together to make a word! 3-letter ‘i’ sounds
  • 43. P I G Put the ‘i’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 44. W I G Put the ‘i’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 45. F I G Put the ‘i’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 46. J I G Put the ‘i’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 47.  
  • 48. 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points Take 3 points yig gif rin zil dit jip fim lib bif
  • 49.
    • Go to page 12 of your workbook
    • Listen to the teacher and write down the crazy new words.
    3-letter ‘i’ sounds test ‘ i’ sounds 1) ______ 2) ______ 3) ______ 4) ______ 5) ______ 6) ______ 7) ______ 8) ______
  • 50. Minimal pairs
  • 51. ‘ r ’ and ‘ l ’ sound similar. r L SOUND FIGHT Raise your left hand when you hear a word with the ‘ r ’ sound. Raise your right hand when you hear a word with the ‘ l ’ sound. vs.
  • 52. Go to page 8 , activity 1 . Listen to the list of words. Which is the odd one out? 1,2,3 or 4? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. A) Answer = 3 B) Answer = 2 C) Answer = 4 D) Answer = 3 E) Answer = 3 ANSWERS:
  • 53. Go to page 8 , activity 2 . Listen to the sentences? Which word did you hear? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. 1) berry 2) fry 3) glue 4) right 5) pray ANSWERS:
  • 54. Go to page 8 , activity 3 . Listen to the words and write out the secret telephone number! 98030571 ANSWER:
  • 55. 3 letter blends
  • 56. 1) Say the sound of each of the letters as they come onto the screen. 2) Blend the letters together to make a word! 3-letter ‘o’ sounds
  • 57. T O M Put the ‘o’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 58. L O G Put the ‘o’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 59. D O T Put the ‘o’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 60. F O X Put the ‘o’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 61.  
  • 62. 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points Take 3 points GAME 1 hol yod wom mot nov lox bop doc yod
  • 63.
    • Go to page 12 of your workbook
    • Listen to the teacher and write down the crazy new words.
    3-letter ‘o’ sounds test ‘ o’ sounds 1) ______ 2) ______ 3) ______ 4) ______ 5) ______ 6) ______ 7) ______ 8) ______
  • 64. Minimal pairs
  • 65. ‘ f ’ and ‘ v ’ sound similar. f v SOUND FIGHT Raise your left hand when you hear a word with the ‘ f ’ sound. Raise your right hand when you hear a word with the ‘ v ’ sound. vs.
  • 66. Go to page 9 , activity 2 . Listen to the sentences? Which word did you hear? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. 1) leave 2) fat 3) view 4) fans 5) wafer ANSWERS:
  • 67. Go to page 9 , activity 1 . Listen to the list of words. Which is the odd one out? 1,2,3 or 4? Write down the number and we’ll check your friend’s answers. A) Answer = 3 B) Answer = 2 C) Answer = 3 D) Answer = 2 E) Answer = 1 ANSWERS:
  • 68. Go to page 9 , activity 3 . Listen to the words and write out the secret telephone number! 10953762 ANSWER:
  • 69. 3 letter blends
  • 70. 1) Say the sound of each of the letters as they come onto the screen. 2) Blend the letters together to make a word! 3-letter ‘u’ sounds
  • 71. B U N Put the ‘u’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 72. Y U M Put the ‘u’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 73. S U N Put the ‘u’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 74. P U P Put the ‘u’ sounds together to make a word! What is the word?
  • 75.  
  • 76. 1 point 2 points 3 points 4 points Take 3 points puc vum rul tud dub lul gub suz yud
  • 77.
    • Go to page 12 of your workbook
    • Listen to the teacher and write down the crazy new words.
    3-letter ‘u’ sounds test ‘ u’ sounds 1) ______ 2) ______ 3) ______ 4) ______ 5) ______ 6) ______ 7) ______ 8) ______
  • 78. Long and short vowel sounds
  • 79. The vowels (a,e,i,o,u) can have a short sound or long letter sound … LONG LETTER SOUND SHORT SOUND p e n c a t b i g c o at c u t pl e ase c a ke l i ke n o se c u te
  • 80. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… h o me OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 81. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… c u te OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 82. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… th i n OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 83. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… m a n OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 84. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… f i re OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 85. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… f u n OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 86. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… w e OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 87. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… t e n OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 88. The long letter sound says the letter name . Let’s compare… fr o g OR SHORT SOUND LONG LETTER SOUND
  • 89. Turn to page 10 , let’s sing… Click for a video! ♫ The vowels of the alphabet - I know them all by name, oh… A-E-I-O-U, A-E-I-O-U, A-E-I-O-U – I know them all by name, oh! ♫
  • 90. Give me an "A" Give me an "E" Give me an "I" Give me an "O" Give me a "U" What do you have? LONG VOWELS! Give me an "A" Give me an "E" Give me an "I" Give me an "O" Give me a "U" What do you have? SHORT VOWELS! Turn to page 11, let’s sing…
  • 91. Turn to page 10 for the listening game.
  • 92. On page 11, write down whether you can hear a short sound or long letter sound. LONG LETTER SOUND SHORT SOUND OR
  • 93. Turn to page 11, let’s sing… CHORUS: These are the vowels, (clap clap) These are the vowels, (clap clap) These are the vowels, these are the vowels, these are the vowels. (clap clap) I am the letter A, Two sounds I can make. Short 'a' as in lamb, Long 'a' as in cake! I am the letter I, Two sounds have I. Short 'i' as in pig, Long 'i' as in pie! I am the letter O, Two sounds I know, Short 'o' as in pot, Long 'o' as in go! I am the letter E, Two sounds for me, Short 'e' as in hen, Long 'e' as in he! I am the letter U, Two sounds for you, Short 'u' in cup, Long 'u' in cue!
  • 94. On page 12, Colour words with a short sound green and words with a long letter sound blue …
  • 95. Short ‘a’ word families
  • 96. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-am’
  • 97. The ‘-am’ sound. Put the sounds together. H AM H AM
  • 98. The ‘-am’ sound. Put the sounds together. D AM D AM
  • 99. The ‘-am’ sound. Put the sounds together. SW AM SW AM
  • 100. Go to page 13 in your workbook… D AM DAM Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 101. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-an’
  • 102. The ‘-an’ sound. Put the sounds together. C AN C AN
  • 103. The ‘-an’ sound. Put the sounds together. M AN M AN
  • 104. The ‘-an’ sound. Put the sounds together. V AN V AN
  • 105. Go to page 13 in your workbook… M AN MAN Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 106. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-ap’
  • 107. The ‘-ap’ sound. Put the sounds together. C AP C AP
  • 108. The ‘-ap’ sound. Put the sounds together. S AP S AP
  • 109. The ‘-ap’ sound. Put the sounds together. M AP M AP
  • 110. Go to page 13 in your workbook… T AP TAP Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 111. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-ad’
  • 112. The ‘-ad’ sound. Put the sounds together. M AD M AD
  • 113. The ‘-ad’ sound. Put the sounds together. T AD T AD
  • 114. The ‘-ad’ sound. Put the sounds together. B AD B AD
  • 115. Go to page 14 in your workbook… H AD HAD Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 116. Short ‘e’ word families
  • 117. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-et’
  • 118. The ‘-et’ sound. Put the sounds together. W ET W ET
  • 119. The ‘-et’ sound. Put the sounds together. L ET L ET
  • 120. The ‘-et’ sound. Put the sounds together. N ET N ET
  • 121. Go to page 14 in your workbook… B ET BET Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 122. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-en’
  • 123. The ‘-en’ sound. Put the sounds together. H EN H EN
  • 124. The ‘-en’ sound. Put the sounds together. B EN B EN
  • 125. The ‘-en’ sound. Put the sounds together. D EN D EN
  • 126. Go to page 14 in your workbook… T EN TEN Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 127. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-ed’
  • 128. The ‘-ed’ sound. Put the sounds together. W ED W ED
  • 129. The ‘-ed’ sound. Put the sounds together. R ED R ED
  • 130. The ‘-ed’ sound. Put the sounds together. N ED N ED
  • 131. Go to page 15 in your workbook… B ED BED Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 132. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-ell’
  • 133. The ‘-ell’ sound. Put the sounds together. W Ell W Ell
  • 134. The ‘-ell’ sound. Put the sounds together. Y Ell Y Ell
  • 135. The ‘-ell’ sound. Put the sounds together. F Ell F Ell
  • 136. Go to page 15 in your workbook… T ELL TELL Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 137. Short ‘i’ word families
  • 138. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-it’
  • 139. The ‘-it’ sound. Put the sounds together. W IT W IT
  • 140. The ‘-it’ sound. Put the sounds together. M IT M IT
  • 141. The ‘-it’ sound. Put the sounds together. S IT S IT
  • 142. Go to page 15 in your workbook… L IT LIT Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 143. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-in’
  • 144. The ‘-in’ sound. Put the sounds together. W IN W IN
  • 145. The ‘-in’ sound. Put the sounds together. K IN K IN
  • 146. The ‘-in’ sound. Put the sounds together. P IN P IN
  • 147. Go to page 16 in your workbook… B IN BIN Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 148. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-ip’
  • 149. The ‘-ip’ sound. Put the sounds together. L IP L IP
  • 150. The ‘-ip’ sound. Put the sounds together. H IP H IP
  • 151. The ‘-ip’ sound. Put the sounds together. N IP N IP
  • 152. Go to page 16 in your workbook… Z IP ZIP Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 153. Short ‘o’ word families
  • 154. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-og’
  • 155. The ‘-og’ sound. Put the sounds together. L OG L OG
  • 156. The ‘-og’ sound. Put the sounds together. J OG J OG
  • 157. The ‘-og’ sound. Put the sounds together. B OG B OG
  • 158. Go to page 16 in your workbook… C OG COG Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 159. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-op’
  • 160. The ‘-op’ sound. Put the sounds together. T OP T OP
  • 161. The ‘-op’ sound. Put the sounds together. M OP M OP
  • 162. The ‘-op’ sound. Put the sounds together. P OP P OP
  • 163. Go to page 17 in your workbook… B OP BOP Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 164. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-ot’
  • 165. The ‘-ot’ sound. Put the sounds together. T OT T OT
  • 166. The ‘-ot’ sound. Put the sounds together. J OT J OT
  • 167. The ‘-ot’ sound. Put the sounds together. R OT R OT
  • 168. Go to page 17 in your workbook… N OT NOT Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 169. Short ‘u’ word families
  • 170. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-ug’
  • 171. The ‘-ug’ sound. Put the sounds together. L UG L UG
  • 172. The ‘-ug’ sound. Put the sounds together. D UG D UG
  • 173. The ‘-ug’ sound. Put the sounds together. P UG P UG
  • 174. Go to page 17 in your workbook… B UG BUG Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 175. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-un’
  • 176. The ‘-un’ sound. Put the sounds together. N UN N UN
  • 177. The ‘-un’ sound. Put the sounds together. P UN P UN
  • 178. The ‘-un’ sound. Put the sounds together. B UN B UN
  • 179. Go to page 18 in your workbook… S UN SUN Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 180. Let’s think of words that end in ‘-ut’
  • 181. The ‘-ut’ sound. Put the sounds together. N UT N UT
  • 182. The ‘-ut’ sound. Put the sounds together. P UT P UT
  • 183. The ‘-ut’ sound. Put the sounds together. R UT R UT
  • 184. Go to page 18 in your workbook… G UT GUT Show the word family coming together using your fingers! Complete the word family flower!
  • 185. Diagraphs: ‘ch’
  • 186. c + h = ch ‘ Ch’ sounds like a ch oo- ch oo train! Let’s make the sound together…                          
  • 187. Let’s think of words that have the ‘ch’ sound
  • 188. Let’s think about the ‘ch’ sound… What can we mix with ‘Ch’? Cherry Beach Change Lunch Chew Chips Chalk CH                          
  • 189. Let’s sing the song… I like cheese, yes, I do. I like cheese, yes, I do. I like cheese, yes, I do. And my belly loves it, too. I like cherries, yes, I do. I like cherries, yes, I do. I like cherries, yes, I do. And my belly loves them, too. I like chicken, yes, I do. I like chicken, yes, I do. I like chicken, yes, I do. And my belly loves it, too. I like Chinese food, yes, I do. I like Chinese food, yes, I do. I like Chinese food, yes, I do. And my belly loves it, too.                          
  • 190. Let’s watch these ‘ch’ videos…
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =8ig3bn9jCuw - Planet 'Ch’.
    • http:// www.mcedservices.com/phonics/cowboy/cowboy.html - Cowboy Story.
    • http://www.starfall.com/n/skills/ch/play.htm?f - 'Ch' sound words.
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =iRgNrq9zru4 - ‘ Ch’ story.
                             
  • 191. Go to page 19 in your workbook…                          
  • 192. Diagraphs: ‘sh’
  • 193. s + h = sh ‘ Sh’ sounds like a Shhhh be quiet ! Let’s make the sound together…                          
  • 194. Let’s think of words that have the ‘sh’ sound
  • 195. Let’s think about the ‘sh’ sound… What can we mix with ‘Sh’? Shadow Push Shop Shut Shower Fish Dish SH                          
  • 196. Let’s sing the song… I am learning s - h, S - h, s - h, I am learning s - h. Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh. Shell begins with s - h, S - h, s - h, Shell begins with s - h, Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh. Ship begins with s - h, S - h, s - h, Ship begins with s - h, Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh. Shake begins with s - h, S - h, s - h, Shake begins with s - h, Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh. Shark begins with s - h, S - h, s - h, Shark begins with s - h, Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh. Sheep begins with s - h, S - h, s - h, Sheep begins with s - h, Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh. Shrimp begins with s - h, S - h, s - h, Shrimp begins with s - h, Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh. Shower starts with s - h, S - h, s - h, Shower starts with s - h, Sh, sh, sh, sh, sh.                          
  • 197. Let’s watch these ‘sh’ videos…
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v = stAWAorZq_k - ‘ Sh’ story.
    • http:// www.starfall.com/n/skills/sh/load.htm?f - ‘Sh' sound words.
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=xOdL6J4rYJI - Planet ‘Sh’.
    • http:// www.mcedservices.com/phonics/vacation/vacation.html - Vacation Story.
                             
  • 198. Go to page 20 in your workbook…                          
  • 199. Diagraphs: ‘th’
  • 200. t + h = th ‘ Th’ sounds like ‘ Th umbs up’ ! Let’s make the sound together…                          
  • 201. Let’s think of words that have the ‘th’ sound
  • 202. Let’s think about the ‘th’ sound… What can we mix with ‘th’? Thumb Thanks Thin They That Then Tooth TH                          
  • 203. Let’s sing the song… Three begins with t - h t - h t - h. Three begins with t - h th th th th th. Thirteen starts with t - h t - h t - h. Thirteen starts with t - h th th th th th. Thirty starts with t - h t - h t - h. Thirty starts with t - h th th th th th. Thousand starts with t - h t - h t - h. Thousand starts with t - h th th th th th. 1000                          
  • 204. Let’s watch these ‘Th’ videos…
    • http://www.starfall.com/n/skills/th/load.htm?f - ‘Th' sound words.
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a07ROIMzM80& - More ‘Th’ words.
    • http:// www.mcedservices.com/phonics/home/home.html - School Story.
                             
  • 205. Go to page 21 in your workbook…                          
  • 206. Diagraphs: ‘ck’
  • 207. p + h = ph ‘ Th’ sounds like ‘ ph one’ ! Let’s make a phone call action together…                          
  • 208. Let’s think of words that have the ‘ph’ sound
  • 209. Let’s think about the ‘ph’ sound… What can we mix with ‘wh’? Phonics Phone Pharmacy Dolphin Phillip Photo Elephant WH                          
  • 210. Let’s sing the song… Photo starts with p and h p and h, p and h. Photo begins with p and h ph ph ph ph ph. Phonics starts with p and h p and h, p and h. Phonics begins with p and h ph ph ph ph ph. Phone starts with p and h p and h, p and h. Phone begins with p and h ph ph ph ph ph. Philip starts with p and h p and h, p and h. Philip begins with p and h ph ph ph ph ph.                          
  • 211. Let’s watch these ‘ph’ videos…
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =-PhJe5kJkX8 - ‘Ph' rock song.
    • http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v = EDPfRyCzTfg – Cliff Hanger Story
                             
  • 212. Go to page 22 in your workbook…                          
  • 213. Silent Magic ‘e’
  • 214. Adding Silent Magic ‘e’ makes the vowel long! It makes the vowel say its name. Let’s revise short and long vowels.                          
  • 215. Fat – ‘ah’ sound / Fate – ‘ay’ sound For example… fat + =fate                           LONG VOWEL SHORT VOWEL
  • 216. Hop – ‘o’ sound / Hope – ‘oh’ sound For example… hop + =hope                           LONG VOWEL SHORT VOWEL
  • 217. Tub – ‘uh’ sound / Tube – ‘yoo’ sound For example… tub + =tube                           LONG VOWEL SHORT VOWEL
  • 218. Kit – ‘ih’ sound / Kite – ‘eye’ sound For example… kit + =kite                           LONG VOWEL SHORT VOWEL
  • 219. Not – ‘o’ sound / Note – ‘oh’ sound For example… not + =note                           LONG VOWEL SHORT VOWEL
  • 220. at = ate tap = tape mat = mate bit = bite hid = hide rob = robe cod = code cut = cute us = use cap = cape mad = made scrap = scrape bath = bathe More examples… spin = spine bit = bite rid = ride pin = pine quit = quite strip = stripe slim = slime con = cone hop = hope slop = slope cub = cube pet = Pete                          
  • 221. Let’s fix Pete’s letter… Where will we put Silent Magic ‘e’? To my beautiful wif, I hop you are ok. I’m having a good tim in Beijing. The weather here is fin and I have mad a nic kit in the shap of a cut bird! I can’t wait to come hom. Love, Pet. xxx                          
  • 222. Let’s watch these ‘ph’ videos… http://www.starfall.com/n/make-a-word/silent-e/load.htm?f - Starfall Silent E http://www.fun4thebrain.com/English/magice.html - Magic E Interactive Game http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcu2pZZgPFo - Silhouette Silent E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVC9TayQIh8 - Silent E Song                          
  • 223. Go to page 23 in your workbook…
  • 224. Blends
  • 225. Let’s blend the letter sounds together… b l = + bl b r = + br
  • 226. ‘ bl’ and ‘br’ bl br Let’s put the sounds together. Can you think of any more? ow ack ue end ame ain own ing ush eakfast
  • 227. Go to page 24 in your workbook…
  • 228. Let’s blend the letter sounds together… c l = + cl c r = + cr
  • 229. ‘ cl’ and ‘cr’ cl cr Let’s put the sounds together. Can you think of any more? imb ane ue ip othes oud azy ab oss y
  • 230. Go to page 25 in your workbook…
  • 231. Let’s blend the letter sounds together… f l = + fl f r = + fr
  • 232. ‘ fl’ and ‘fr’ fl fr Let’s put the sounds together. Can you think of any more? at ame owers y ag oor ies om og iday
  • 233. Go to page 26 in your workbook…
  • 234. Let’s blend the letter sounds together… g l = + gl g r = + gr
  • 235. ‘ gl’ and ‘gr’ gl gr Let’s put the sounds together. Can you think of any more? ass andma ad itter ass een ound apes
  • 236. Go to page 27 in your workbook…
  • 237. Let’s blend the letter sounds together… p l = + pl p r = + pr
  • 238. ‘ pl’ and ‘pr’ pl pr Let’s put the sounds together. Can you think of any more? ease etty ice oblem oud incipal ate an ane ay
  • 239. Go to page 28 in your workbook…
  • 240. Phonemic Awareness: Rhyming words
  • 241. What are rhyming words? Rhyming words
    • Rhyming words sound similar .
    • The similar sound is usually at the end .
  • 242. grow / go / so / blow / no eat / treat / meet / seat / heat right / night / fight / kite / bite / bright / light / tight / tonight / fright cat / ____ / _____/ _____ / _____/ _____ Let’s say the rhyming words and circle the ending sounds … Rhyming words We must SAY the word to know if it rhymes.
  • 243. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you ____! Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the _____. Let’s circle the rhyming words…
  • 244. Rain, rain, go away, Come again some other day. Hong Kong children want to play. Let’s circle the rhyming words…
  • 245.
    • What rhymes with CAT?
    • ask
    • an
    • at
    • crocodile
    • What rhymes with LOOK?
    • book
    • boot
    • back
    • sausages
    • Which word rhymes with GIRAFFE?
    • light
    • pumpkin
    • lemon
    • laugh
    • There's a big fat ______ in the KITCHEN!
    • pig
    • cow
    • horse
    • chicken
    • What rhymes with GREEN?
    • school
    • grape
    • queen
    • blue
    • What rhymes with SHOE?
    • two
    • shop
    • Tom
    • pineapples
    • Look at that GOAT in a ______.
    • classroom
    • car
    • boat
    • bus
    • There's a FOX in the ______.
    • box
    • house
    • school
    • toilet
    Raise your hand to play…
  • 246. Links
  • 247. Useful phonics links for your students… http://www.educationallearninggames.com/phonics-games-5.asp http:// www.adrianbruce.com/reading/games.htm http:// www.toolsforeducators.com/phonics.php http:// www.dyslexia.org/spelling_rules.shtml http://www.amity.org.uk/Training/Spelling%20Rules/Spelling%20Rules.htm http:// www.readinglessons.com /   http://www.kizclub.com/phonicsactivities.htm http:// www.kizclub.com/activities.htm http://www.starfall.com/n/level-k/index/play.htm?f http:// www.bbc.co.uk/schools/wordsandpictures/index.shtml http:// www.phonicsontheweb.com/blends.php http:// www.funfonix.com / http://www.mes-english.com / http://www.gamequarium.com/phonics28.html http:// www.ictgames.com/literacy.html http://www.firstschoolyears.com/literacy/word/phonics/vowels/vowels.htm http://www.atozphonics.com/phonics-blog.html http:// www.familylearning.org.uk/Phonics_games.html
  • 248. Play Boggle online at http://goo.gl/2Gq6
  • 249. Note to parents: ‘Decoding’ New Words 生字讀音的”解碼”方法
  • 250. Decoding New Words 生字讀音的”解碼”方法 When encountering an unknown word, ask your child to point at it. Ask what the first letter is. Croco-what!? THE HUNGRY CROCODILE
  • 251. Decoding New Words 生字讀音的”解碼”方法 Ask your child what sound the letter makes and have them repeat it. The first letter is ‘c’… c-c-c-c! CROCODILE
  • 252. Decoding New Words 生字讀音的”解碼”方法 Break the word up into syllables ( 分音節 ) and have your child attempt to ‘sound out’ and clap each chunk. CRO CO DILE Longer words can be broken up into “chunks” called syllables – many of these little “chunks” are constantly repeated in different words. Each syllable must have a vowel or a “y” 大多數的英文字,都是由一個或以上的音節組合而成。例如 :September, Sep tem ber , 有三個音節。一個音的單位 (unit) 為一個音節 Let’s look at an example… Fan-tas-tic
  • 253. Decoding New Words 生字讀音的”解碼”方法 Ask them to put the sounds together and say the new word out loud. Crocodile! THE HUNGRY CROCODILE
  • 254. Decoding New Words 生字讀音的”解碼”方法 Use it or lose it! Ask your child to add the new vocabulary item to their home word bank, dictionary or vocab Box.
  • 255. Decoding New Words 生字讀音的”解碼”方法
    • More examples:
    • November
    • Computer
    • Epidemic
    • Monster
    • Comprehend
    • Confetti
    Explain the meaning if possible or translate if necessary. Some degree decoding is possible around 87% of the time. Patience is required, but this process will benefit your child each and every time
  • 256. Ideas & Resources 自學的途徑 Howjsay.com is a perfect resource for children and parents to check pronunciation at home. www.howjsay.com
  • 257.