Welcome to class.
In this class, you will learn about adjectives, how to identify sounds and how to use sounds and combinations of sounds to spell and pronounce words.
INTRODUCING ADJECTIVES: MEANING AND EXAMPLES OF ADJECTIVES
Adjectives are describing words.
It helps to describe the characteristics or qualities of a person, animal, place or things.
Good Girl (Good is the adjective) Tall Man
Fat Pig Small Room
Red Bag Long Stick
They are also words that describes numbers, colours, size and shape.
Five Oranges Black Shoe
Five describes the number of oranges. Black describes the colour of the shoe.
Big box Round Table
Big describe the size of the box Round describes the shape of the table.
Adjectives are therefore, words that describe the quality, shape, numbers, colours, size.
Words that also describes how someone feels, tastes, smells, looks or sounds are called adjectives.
So, adjectives are ways of telling other people how we feel, taste, smell, look what things around us are like and how think of others.
Hungry boy, sweet pie, bad odor, pretty lady, loud music.
Here, hungry describes how the boy feels
Sweet describes the taste of the pie
Bad describes the smell of the odor,
Pretty describes the look of the lady
Loud describes the sound of the music.
Using Songs and Rhymes to Identify Sounds.
Rhyming words are words that end with the same sound even if the words are spelt differently.
Sky – Fly
Fed – Bed
Cat – Hat
Lice – Mice
Big – Wig
Net – Pet
Scrub – Rub
Fun – Sun
LISTENING AND SPEAKING
Topic: Using sounds and combinations of sounds to spell and pronounce words.
a-e Clement is in the sick bay.
ay He hides within the cave
ai He likes to mould with clay
Do rats have tail?
Look at Dora, she is walking slowly like a snail.
Form words with these sounds;
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