Learning objective:To read/write grapheme/phoneme /k/ and segment and blend cvc words
Revisit/review:Go through the letters learnt so far s,a,t,p,i,n, m, d, g, o, c and quickly show the flashcard and read together.
Read out the sounds and the child must write it on a whiteboard.
|Teach /k/ using the flash card and objects beginning with the /c/ sound. Emphasis the kkkkkite sound before saying the name of the objects. This is a kkkkkid, This is a ccccat, this is a kkkkkkiss Please click here for a set of phase 2 grapheme cards.|
Use the Jolly phonics action. Raise hands and snap fingers as if playing castanets and say kkkkk
All the children to do the action and say the sound. Make sure each child is saying the sound correctly.
Skywrite the letter /k/ and make sure child is making the /k/ shape correctly. You could also get children to sit in a circle and write the sound on each other's back so they can really feel it.
Click here to download a little booklet for letter formation.
Use Magnetic letters for segmenting.
Use the following letters -k, i, d, n, t, p, m at the top of each board and then ask the children to make the following words.
The children should be beginning to understand blending, reading and segmenting now so it is time to begin some caption work.
Children to apply their knowledge to write a simple caption.
'a kid in a kit'
Show them the caption by writing it on a sentence strip. Everyone reads it together. Make sure you model sounding out and blending each word. Read and reread until the children know the caption. Count how many words their are. Ask each child to tell you what the caption is. Remove the caption and ask each child to write the caption on a whiteboard.
Assessment:You have now taught the next six sounds and it is useful to assess how the children are doing. Even if you spend a lesson doing it. Put out some of the games/activities for children to work interdependently whilst you assess each child in turn. Use the 'assessment sheet' one to one with the children to check they all know these letter. If they do not then you need to include these letters in further lessons during revisit/review. If there are strugglers with blending you must do more of this in revisit/review and in the practise session. One of the useful activities that I use for blending can be found on this link.
Check their phoneme/grapheme correspondences with this sheet.
Check their blending with this sheet
A list of words to practice with a parent. The aim being fast blending to automacy.