3."Now I would like for everyone to look at the chart while I read the tongue twister:Today, Kay and May go away to bail hay.Now les say it together.What words did we hear that had the ay=/A/ sound?Very Good!Today, Kay, May, away, hay"
4."Now lets practice reading and spelling words that contain ay=/A/.As I am drawing letterboxes on the board, I would like for everyone to pull out their own letters and letterboxes.First, I am going to spell out some letters in my boxes on the board and I want to see if you can read it.Remember, I am going to put one mouth move in each box so our ay letters will be in one box because they make one sound.Our first word is hay.We should use on two letterboxes.H-ay.Now I am going to call out words and I would like for everyone to spell them out in their letterboxes.Some sample ay words for a letterbox lesson along with some review words are as follows:sad, jay, wash, sway, babe slay, same, stray.When you are finished spelling the word, raise your hand so I can come around to see how you did.Great Job!Let's see if we can read the words on the board that we just spelled in the letterbox lesson.This will be down without the letterboxes.I will have the children read aloud the words I write.Way to Go!" 5.I will now distribute the cards out to the students.On one side of the card is a picture of ay and the other side is a question mark.The students are to show the ay when they hear words with ay and they are to show the question mark when they hear words that do not contain ay.Some sample questions is as follows:Do you hear ay=/A/ in Today or Tomorrow?Hay or Bail?Away or Far? Play or Work?Great Job Class!
"I have a story that I would like for you to read. It is called Ray
and the Blue Jay. While you are reading, pay attention to
the different ay words. When you are finished, write a story about
a blue jay. When everyone is finished, we are gong to talk about
what we have just read a written.
7. For assessment, I will distribute a picture page.
I will help the students name the pictures on the page. After we
have named each pictures, I would like for the students to circles the
pictures whose names have the ay=/A/
The Reading Genie Website
Today is May Day by Laura Meadors
Ay=/A/, You Say? by Katie Naylor
7. For assessment, I will distribute a picture page. I will help the students name the pictures on the page. After we have named each pictures, I would like for the students to circles the pictures whose names have the ay=/A/ correspondence.References:
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