Fun With Phonemes and Phonics - Reading Short a CVC or Closed Syllable Words
In this course students will be reinforcing phonemic awareness skills (segmenting and blending phonemes or sounds in words) and reading CVC or closed syllable, short a words (Ex. cat, pad, zap, nag).
Miss Jamie Carrodo
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$10 per class
Meets 4x per week
Over 1 week
40 minutes per class
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Our course will follow the same basic design every day. 1. In this course we will focus on: ----Building phonemic awareness skills- specifically blending and segmenting sounds in words. ----Phonics- matching letters to letter sounds. ----Decoding- Blending letters together to read Closed Syllable Words" or "CVC" words. ***Closed syllable words are words that have a short vowel sound because the vowel is followed by a consonant- Ex. cat, dip, bug, let, dog ----Writing or word building of CVC...
Students will be able to blend and segment 3 and 4 sounds words Students will be able to solidify their letter/sound understanding Students will be able read CVC - short a words. Students will be able to write CVC words within text.
Parents- Please complete this form, at least the day prior to our first class. It will allow me to get to know your child a little better and choose rewards based on their interests. https://forms.gle/nJcGn8mSP3W2KU7e9 Since this course spans over two weeks I highly suggest using the class workmats to review words taught and practice the vocabulary with the students. The goal is for them to understand what a "closed syllable word" is and what makes it a closed syllable word. When students have a strong understanding of the ¨why¨ (why is the vowel short?) it will help them significantly when they are reading more advanced multi-syllabic words. You can always use the daily sheets after class to continue practicing the skills we did in class. Also we will meet 4 days but there are 5 days of lessons provided. You may follow my format and practice that 5th day with your child. Ways you can extend: Write out each word from the sentences provided and have them "build sentences¨ with those cards. They should determine sentence order (words with capitals at the beginning, punctuation at the end).
1 file available upon enrollment-A document will be provided, which needs to be printed, for the 5 day course: ------I would suggest getting 5 sheet protectors. Place the pages in the sheets protectors back to back (each day is two pages so it should be double sided in the sheet protector). -Dry Erase Marker and Eraser -(optional)- Other writing tools- pencil, magna doodle, whatever your child feels more comfortable writing with. They can write directly on the document (in the sheet protector) or they can do the writing portion using another writing tool.
The teacher will assess through observation, using logs to track accuracy and fluency while listening to each student read 3-5 words independently.
2 hours 40 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Miss Jamie CarrodoKindergarten Teacher and Arts Educator
6 total reviews
6 completed classes
Hello Families and Students! Thank you for reading my profile and getting to know a little bit about me and my classroom! Educational Experience I attended Point Park University for my BA in Theater Arts, Kutztown University for my Early...