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Spelling Patterns "Go Fish" Card Game
|Grades||4 – 8|
|Lesson Plan Type||Standard Lesson|
|Estimated Time||Four 45-minute sessions|
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY
- A set of 52 small index cards (or card stock cut into card-sized rectangles) for each group of about four students
- Colored pencils
- Spelling "Go Fish" Card Game Instructions
- Spelling Patterns Chart
- Spelling Patterns "Go Fish" Self-Evaluation
|1.||Make a copy for each student of the Spelling "Go Fish" Card Game Instructions, Spelling Patterns Chart, and Spelling Patterns "Go Fish" Self-Evaluation.
|2.||Make a seating chart organizing your students into heterogeneous groups of four, with a variety of social and academic skills in each group. Having two boys and two girls in each group, if possible, often works well.
|3.||Write the following warm-up activity on the board before class starts.