Welcome to class!
In today’s class, we’re going to dive into something really cool: “Phonemic Awareness.” Big words, huh? Don’t worry, I’ll break it down in a super fun way!
Let’s Get Started:
Alright, imagine we’re sound detectives! 🕵️♂️ We’re going to listen closely to some sounds and see if we can tell them apart. Ready? Let’s go!
Today, we’re focusing on two sounds: /3/ and /^/. These sounds might seem tricky, but with a little practice, you’ll be a pro! Let’s play with words:
/3/ sounds like “burn.” Everyone, let’s say it together: “burn.” 🔥
/^/ sounds like “born.” Now it’s your turn: “born.” 🌟
Listen and Learn
We’re going to have a blast with words! Listen carefully as I say these pairs of words:
burn – born (Remember, /3/ and /^/)
firm – form (Say it with me: “firm-form.”)
perch – porch (Let’s try: “perch-porch.”)
Now, imagine we’re storytelling wizards! 🧙♂️ Let’s create magical sentences using these words:
“I can burn this bush.” 🔥
“A new child is born.” 🌟
“The firm sent a form to me.” 📬
Now, let’s explore more sounds! Think of a cozy spot and a fun sport:
/)/ sounds like “scot.” Can you say it? “scot”
/):/ sounds like “court.” Give it a go: “court.”
Let’s imagine we’re at a game! Pretend to hit a ball and say, “spot.” Now, pretend to play another game and say, “sport.” Awesome job!
Phew, we rocked those sounds! Today, we became sound detectives and played with cool words. Remember, practice makes perfect sound superheroes!
Questions & Evaluation:
Time for a challenge! What sound is in the word “scotch”? 🥃 Can you make up a sentence with the word “court”?
We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!
In the next class, we shall be discussing Phonics | Pronunciation of vowels and diphthongs.
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