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Building Phonemic Awareness With Phoneme Isolation
|Grades||K – 2|
|Lesson Plan Type||Recurring Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Three 25-minute sessions|
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November 09, 2014
This lesson worked very well with my students, they were motivated and excited to participate.The resources were a great reinforcement for school and home.
August 19, 2014
This works well with Kindergarten. I asked the students to bring objects for next time to switch it up. Thank you Ms. Dennis-Shaw
December 19, 2011
This plan is an excellent example of a phonemic awareness lesson that leads right into a phonics connection! Thank you for posting it. As a facilitator for teachers from all over my state, I'm recommending it as an example for those who are struggling with the basic components of teaching reading to young children.
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April 13, 2010
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April 11, 2010
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