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Phonics Through Literature: Learning About the Letter M

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Phonics Through Literature: Learning About the Letter M

Grades K – 1
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Various sessions during a one-week period or longer
Lesson Author

Melissa Weimer

Waterford, Michigan

Publisher

International Reading Association

 

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Lisa

March 26, 2013

I needed a lesson plan for which I could provide accommodations and modifications for an ELL. This lesson was great! It turns out that 'monkey' in Spanish also begins with 'm' so I was able to provide some translated activities without losing the integrity of the 'm' lesson. Creating a crossword was challenging as I cannot think of or find on the internet many words in Spanish that have 'm' either in the middle or at the end. Thank you for your hard work in designing this fun lesson plan.

 

 

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