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  1. 1. Pg. 109-115!<br />Staci, Dana, Katrina, Natalie, Melanie <br />
  2. 2. Alphabet Knowledge<br />“Learning the names of the letters is an important first step towards learning the sounds associated with the letters.”<br />Examples: B=Bee, K=Kay, Z=Zee<br />Sing alphabet songs, display alphabet books, have alphabet games, use signs, name tags <br />First step of assessment should have students point to letters and say them out loud <br />
  3. 3. Letter-Sound Knowledge <br />Connection between letters and sounds <br />Begin picture sorts <br />Encourage pretend writing and invented spelling<br />
  4. 4. Concepts About Print<br />Print referencing during reading and writing <br />Identify different forms of print and their functions <br />Punctuation and directionality in print <br />“who can point to a capital letter D?” <br />COW: concept of word in text. <br />Using finger pointing when reading <br />