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Transcript of Lesson Plan
the entire back wall of the class
Drawings or photographs of the words
Drawings or photographs of the words
Searching some new words with diphthongs!!!!
Preparation of the mural
groups of 4 or 5 students to work cooperatively
Two groups are responsible for developing the empty mural
the rest of the children will develop the flashcards from the words and drawings
2) Class flashcards: the word written in it, and the draw of that word in the other side of the card. Example:
Children will choose one of the two sides of each card and the cards will be placed on the mural in their proper place: the treasure chests or the thoughts of Kate or Clive.
At the beginning they will work with words learned in the class lesson, but then they should look for new words and pictures on the Internet, magazines, photography, personal drawings...which include these diphthongs, and step by step, the class mural will be completed with more and more words and pictures.
- It´s very important that when children think they have found a word with a diphthong, the teacher reviews the word before including it in the mural and help students with word pronunciation!!!!!
Example of mural:
by Enrique González, David Lozano, Javier Mateu and Luis Marrero
links between phonics and other curriculum areas
PHYSICAL EDUCATION´S AREA
kate and Clive´s game
Kate and Clive lie when they write
Target: Who & Why
Looking for the lie
The children will have to identify which words sound /ei/ or /ai/.
This activity is the last one because they need to know very well both sounds.
We will give them a worksheet with some phrases and they will have to underline or circle the words with the diphthongs /ei/ and /ai/.
They will use red color for Kate's words /ei/
And blue color for Clive's words /ai/
-Kate ate the cakes she made yesterday
-Now Kate has a stain on her face
-Kate prays everyday, because she hates the rain
- When it rains in the island, they look at the sky with their eyes, searching for some light.
-Clive knows some guy who likes to buy painting papers at the library
-It’s not nice to say goodbye when someone gets a train and u remain in the station.
-A wild lion is in danger, so he runs to hide on his cave and stays in that place.
-Hi guy, try to ride this giant bike, you may fail but it doesn’t mind.
-A child is smiling while he prays, his face looks nice.
-What a surprise! There are eight lakes in this place.
-My neighbors are not kind; they will never open their gates for me.
- When it
look at the
, searching for some
when someone gets a
so he runs to
but it doesn’t
will never open their
-Clive has shiny blue eyes like the sky
-Clive doesn't like the lightnings at night
-He's a nice guy who likes to ride his white bike
cry - lie - buy - guy - blind - file - ice - bye - bicycle - item - idea
cable - table - eight - danger - April - base - name - baby - lake - pray
Children will have to discover how the sounds /ai/ and /ei/ are "hidden" into the written words.
In "goodbye", the sound /ai/ is disguised as "ye"
In "rain", the sound /ei/ is disguised as "ai"
Then we will give them some words which contains the /ei/ or /ai/ sound and they will have to discover how is the word written and how is it pronounced.
We will help them with the first words and then they will have to do it by their own.
The last step is to write the word we will give them, then the sound (phoneme), then associate it to Clive or Kate, depending on the sound, and finally write the spelling where the sound is located.
-- /ai/ -- Clive –- “ie”
-- /ei/ -- Kate –- “a”
-- /ai/ -- Clive –- “i”
-- /ei/ -- Kate –- “ay”
it´s a ...
Ideas for display, students may complete the murals of Kate and Clive, decorating the classroom walls with words and drawings created by themselves in our lesson plan.