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a) For an emergent reader, vowel correspondences can be the key to deciphering the alphabetic code. This lesson is aimed at the oo = /oo/ correspondence.
b) This activity will help students learn this digraph = sound relationship (oo= /oo/).
c) Materials needed include: paper and pencil, and Miss Moo goes to the Zoo decodable text, Letter boxes, Letters needed are oo, m, z, b, t, l,, n, f, s, p, k.
1.) Introduce the lesson by telling the students that today we will be working on the oo = /oo/ relationship.
2.) Have students read the predictable text Miss Moo goes to the Zoo.
3.) Begin a letterbox lesson with the oo = /oo/ relationship:
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Letters needed are oo, m, z, b, t, l,, n, f, s, p, k
1) Begin with 2 letter boxes. Tell the students that oo makes the /oo/ sound. And that there can only be one sound in each box.
2) Say the word that you would like the child to say; ex: I would like you to spell moo· mmmoooooo. Like what a cow says.
3) Continue with each word in this same way, saying the word then stretching it out.
4) If the child misspells a word, pronounce it the way they have spelled it, then allow for time to self-correct. If the child still cannot spell the word correctly, then provide the correct spelling.
4.) Review letterbox words. Stretch each word out to have the children pick out to /oo/ sound. Allow the student to read the words on his/her own.
5.) Allow children to write a message. Encourage them to use a oo = /oo/ word in their message.
e) Through observation and discussion I will know whether or not the student has comprehended the lesson.
f) For more information on letter box lessons, or phonemic awareness visit the reading genie website at www.auburn.edu/rdggenie