Key Points:Some lesson types repeat across grades and are critical. A cornerstone of all lesson types is the basic code. Will be taught approximately 40 times in kindergarten, less in first grade. Only in review in second grade, but it has many critical parts that become the basis for alter lesson types. Want to review it.You saw this in May or over this past year, but we want to look at it from the lens of “what are the critical parts and how did we use the lesson?”
Key Points:A basic code lesson is dedicated to a single sound and will usually contain the following elements:(Warm-up/review)Introduction of Sound (orally)Oral Language ExercisesTeacher ModelingWorksheet (Additional reading and writing activities)
Key Points:Review previously taught tricky words from first grade units 1–3.New tricky word lessons start in unit 4.
Key Points:Starts end of unit 3–unit 4.Tricky spelling is when a spelling can be sounded different ways: snow vs. how.
D I G G I N G D E E P E R
• 1. Burning Questions
• 2. Review of lesson types
• 3. Lesson Models (videos)
• 4. Practice—Role Play
• 5. E-Learning
• 6. Data Analysis
• 7. Action Plan