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Lesson title open and closed syllables


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lesson plan to increase syllabication awareness for kids with reading difficulties.

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Lesson title open and closed syllables

  1. 1. Lesson Title: Open and closed Syllables Duration: 45 minutes Objectives: 1. Students will be able to identify the number of syllables in a word. 2. Students will be able to count the beats in a word. 4. Students will be able to discriminate between open and closed syllable words. Materials PowerPoint presentation Syllable cards Student sheet Procedures: Warm Up: Remind students that a syllable has one sound or beat. Ask them to put their hands under their chins as they say pen and pencil. Lead them to count the number of times their mouths moved. Presentation: Introduce the objectives of the session and the relevance to their learning: “Knowing how to divide words into syllables will help them read and spell.” Introduce the types of syllables on ppt and invite students to watch carefully to tell what closed and open syllables are.
  2. 2. Guided Practice: Give students the counting mat and 5 chips. Say the words one by one .Students repeat the word and segment it into syllables, moving a chip into a box for each syllable. Independent Practice: Distribute worksheets 1 and 2 .Students practice dividing words into syllables. Monitor students as they work.Provide feedback. Closure: I will wrap the lesson up by having each student stand up and clap their first and last name. While each student is doing this, the others will count the number of beats. On the board, I will write their first and last names, and the number of beats with which the students came out. Last, we will see who has the most and least beats in their name. Additional Activity 1. Place the syllable cards face down in rows. Provide the student with a student sheet. 2. The student selects two cards and reads them. 3. Determines if they make a word for one of the pictures on the student sheet. 4. If a word is formed, places the cards aside and records the word next to the picture. 5. Continues until the student sheet is completed.
  3. 3. 6. Teacher evaluation