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Propaganda in WWII<br />Kelly Quinlan <br />Katie Brazil<br />Brooke Weaver<br />
Funny Bunny Dance!<br />Fun—ny  Bun—ny<br />Likes to Rhyme<br />Fun—ny  Bun---ny<br />Rings his chime	         <br />What ...
Prior knowledge?<br />What do you already know about phonological awareness? <br />Brainstorms 3 ideas<br />(HINT What are...
What is Phonological Zoo?<br />Who is it for, and who can use it?<br />How is it used?<br />What is it trying to accomplis...
Funny Bunny<br />Identify rhyming patterns through nursery rhymes <br /> Rhyming in phonological awareness<br />How to rhy...
Cameron the Camel<br />dfsdfsdf<br />Cam-er-on the Ca-mel<br />Tried to fix his lunch.<br />He ran in-to a problem<br />Fi...
Sally the Spider<br />Sal-lySpi-der’s flying high<br />Writing words<br />In the sky<br />Write a word for us to spy<br />...
Outcomes<br />Children will recognize:<br /><ul><li>Traditional Nursery rhymes
Basic story elements</li></ul>Children will utilize their developing awareness of:<br /><ul><li>Rhyming words
Alliteration
Segmentation
Phonemes/graphemes</li></li></ul><li>What Has Research Shown?<br />Why is Phonemic Awareness important for the future?<br ...
Competing Strategy <br />Guess Who<br />
Q and A<br />What are the main components of Phonological zoo?<br />Why is it imperative that students develop phonemic aw...
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  1. 1. Propaganda in WWII<br />Kelly Quinlan <br />Katie Brazil<br />Brooke Weaver<br />
  2. 2. Funny Bunny Dance!<br />Fun—ny Bun—ny<br />Likes to Rhyme<br />Fun—ny Bun---ny<br />Rings his chime <br />What can you tell us?<br />
  3. 3. Prior knowledge?<br />What do you already know about phonological awareness? <br />Brainstorms 3 ideas<br />(HINT What are the root words)<br />
  4. 4. What is Phonological Zoo?<br />Who is it for, and who can use it?<br />How is it used?<br />What is it trying to accomplish?<br />
  5. 5. Funny Bunny<br />Identify rhyming patterns through nursery rhymes <br /> Rhyming in phonological awareness<br />How to rhyme<br />
  6. 6. Cameron the Camel<br />dfsdfsdf<br />Cam-er-on the Ca-mel<br />Tried to fix his lunch.<br />He ran in-to a problem<br />Finding things to munch.<br />What can he eat<br />That starts with the letter C?<br />
  7. 7. Sally the Spider<br />Sal-lySpi-der’s flying high<br />Writing words<br />In the sky<br />Write a word for us to spy<br />Sal-lySpi-der<br />
  8. 8. Outcomes<br />Children will recognize:<br /><ul><li>Traditional Nursery rhymes
  9. 9. Basic story elements</li></ul>Children will utilize their developing awareness of:<br /><ul><li>Rhyming words
  10. 10. Alliteration
  11. 11. Segmentation
  12. 12. Phonemes/graphemes</li></li></ul><li>What Has Research Shown?<br />Why is Phonemic Awareness important for the future?<br />How can you increase reading ability?<br />
  13. 13. Competing Strategy <br />Guess Who<br />
  14. 14. Q and A<br />What are the main components of Phonological zoo?<br />Why is it imperative that students develop phonemic awareness at an early age?<br />What is the significance of using props, such as the puppets, to teach phonological awareness to young learners?<br />
  15. 15. Articles - Brooke<br />Kato, T. (2006). Phonemic awareness: a natural step toward reading and writing. Association for Childhood Education International, 4(82), 241-243. -Phonemic awareness and phonics develop gradually as children begin to read and write.<br />-Phonemic awareness games like turtle talk- kids talk slowly like turtles<br />-Invented spelling can help determine a child’s phonemic awareness level, depending on how they use their consonants and vowels. <br />
  16. 16. Articles – Kelly <br />Teachers must have a variety of approaches to teach phonological awareness<br />Phonological awareness is best taught through hands on activities<br />Good phonics instruction should develop phonological awareness and vice versa<br />Rule, A. C. (2006). Hands-on and kinesthetic activities for teaching phonological awareness. Early childhood education journal, 34 (3), 195-200. <br />
  17. 17. Article- Katie <br />Manning, M. (2005, November/December). Phonemic awareness. Teach PreK-8, 36(3)<br />Checking for Phonemic Awareness <br />Level 1<br />No segmentation<br />Level 2<br />Segmented by syllable <br />Level 3 <br />One syllable divided into segments<br />Level 4 <br />All Phonemes segmented <br />Phonemic Awareness Games <br />-Turtle Talk<br />-Itty Bitty <br />

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