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Instructional Strategies for Reading. Jackie Dwyer EEX 6061 Spring 2010. Say It & Move It. Say It & Move It. Content Area: Reading K-2 Standard: The student demonstrates phonemic awareness . SSS: LA.K1.3.2 - blend and segment individual phonemes in simple, one-syllable words - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Jackie DwyerEEX 6061Spring 2010Instructional Strategies for ReadingSay It & Move ItSay It & Move ItContent Area: Reading K-2

Standard: The student demonstrates phonemic awareness.

SSS: LA.K1.3.2 - blend and segment individual phonemes in simple, one-syllable words

Service Delivery Models: small group instruction, individual instruction

Reference:Blachman B.A., Ball, E.W., Black, R., & Tangel, D.M. (2000). Rode to the code: A phonological awareness program for young children. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Say It and Move It

Teacher says a word with two phonemes (e.g. at)Students say the word

Say It and Move ItStudents say the first sound of the word while sliding the first disk to the left hand side of the arrow at the bottom of the sheet.Students say the last sound of the word while sliding the second disk to the arrow.

Say It and Move It

Students say how many sounds are in the word (i.e. two sounds).

Say It and Move ItAdd letters when students are ready. Ex: mapAdd letters when students are ready. Ex: Sam

Sounds & Letters forReaders & SpellersSounds & Letters for Readers & SpellersContent Area: Reading 1-3

Standard: The student demonstrates phonemic awareness.

SSS: LA.K.1.3.1 - identify initial, final, and medial phonemes (sounds) in consonant/vowel/consonant (CVC) words (e.g., sat)LA.K1.3.2 - blend and segment individual phonemes in simple, one-syllable words

Service Delivery Models: small group instruction, individual instruction

Reference:Greene, J.F. (1997). Sounds and letters for readers and spellers. Longmont, CO: Sopris West.Sounds & Letters for Readers & SpellersHand and arm movements provide multi-sensory approach for students.Most of the drills ask the student and teacher to anchor the word by dropping the elbow with each target response.Stages include: phoneme replication, phoneme isolation, phoneme deletion, phoneme segmentation, phoneme blending, rhyming, phoneme deletion, phoneme substitution, phoneme reversal, and pig latin (optional)Next slide contains video demonstration of: phoneme isolation, phoneme segmentation, & rhyming drills

Sounds & Letters for Readers & Spellers

Whats Missing?Whats Missing?

Content Area: Reading K-1Standard: The student demonstrates knowledge of the alphabeticprinciple and applies grade level phonics skills to read text.SSS: LA.K.1.4.1 - recognize and recall the one to one correspondence between most letters and soundsReference:Blevins, W. (2006). Phonics from a to z. New York: Scholastic.

Whats Missing?Display a picture of animal or objectWrite word leaving out one letterStudents fill in the missing letterc_t

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