Ask the students to provide as many words
as possible from the following phonic combinations after providing a few examples.
The next part involves the student extracting phonic sounds from a given list of words.
'gr' and 'ph' Could be part of the word 'Graph'.
's' and 'g' Could form the word 'Sugar'.
Exercise 1. List as many words as possible using the combination of phonic sounds, 't' and 'l' (Examples could be 'towel', 'toil' 'trail').
Exercise 2. Extract the phonic sounds from the following words (more words can be added)
'great' = 'gr' & 't'
'telephone' = 'ph' and 'n'
'snake' = 's' and 'k'
'monkey' = 'm' and 'k'
'spoil' = 's', 'p' and 'l'
'example' = 'x' 's' 'm' 'p' and 'l'
Exercise 3. From the following grid find the words for pictures following and ring them (HIGHLIGHTED for reference).
Exercise 4. From exercise 3, list the number of syllables in each identified word.
Bus = 1
Ball = 1
Crane = 1
Cat = 1
Scales = 1
Iron = 2
Chapter 4 Word recognition
Instructions for Word Recognition Exercises
Provide the students with a list of words and ask them to find words with a similar start or ending.
From the following words, list 10 alternative words for each which end with the same 3 letters.
From the following words, list 10 alternative words for each which start with the same 3 letters.
Find 10 words, ending in 'all'
Find 10 words, starting with 'abs'
Chapter 5 Assessment
The following assessment is provided at the end of the plan
Please read the following piece from:
The Gift of the Magi
by O. Henry...
Actually it was a lot more personal and took a lot more time. If one needed to get in touch with someone immediately the telephone was the way to go. It seems in today's world everyone has to get to everyone right away. " (J. G. Fabiano)
ONE DOLLAR AND EIGHTY-SEVEN CENTS. THAT WAS ALL. AND SIXTY CENTS of it was in pennies. Pennies saved one and two at a time by bulldozing the grocer and the vegetable man and the butcher until one's cheeks burned with the silent imputation of parsimony that such close dealing implied. Three times Della counted it. One dollar and eighty-seven cents. And the next day would be Christmas.
There was clearly nothing left to do but flop down on the shabby little couch and howl. So Della did it. Which instigates the moral reflection that life is made up of sobs, sniffles, and smiles, with sniffles predominating.
While the mistress of the home is gradually subsiding from the first stage to the second, take a look at the home. A furnished flat at $8 per week. It did not exactly beggar description, but it certainly had that word on the look-out for the mendicancy squad.
In the vestibule below was a letter-box into which no letter would go, and an electric button from which no mortal finger could coax a ring. Also appertaining thereunto was a card bearing the name "Mr. James Dillingham Young."
The "Dillingham" had been flung to the breeze during a former period of prosperity when i