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READING LEVEL 2 | Teacher manual

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Teacher manual Reading level 2 Fast ForWord

Facilitate and Encourage

Facilitate and Encourage Introduce Engage Before beginning this exercise, provide the students with word cards for trip, most, chirp, and wash. The students will use these word cards as responses during this activity. 1. To introduce this exercise to your students, start by saying: Did you ever notice that sometimes two letters make one sound and sometimes they make two sounds? We are going to review some of these words together. Listen to the beginning of the word try. Repeat the word in isolation. Say: This word begins with the letters t, r and when you say try, you can hear both of these sounds. Try. Hold the word up that has the same beginning as try. Review all of the student response cards. After reviewing the student responses, hold up the card with the word trip on it. Say: Trip. Trip has the same beginning as try. 2. Next, repeat this process with an ending blend. Say: Listen to the end of the word fast. Fast. Hold the word up that has the same ending as fast. Review all of the student response cards. After reviewing the student responses, hold up the card with the word most on it. Say: Most. Most has the same ending as fast. 3. Then, repeat this process with an initial blend. Say: Listen to the beginning of the word chase. Repeat the word in isolation. Say: This word begins with the letters c, h but when you say chase, there is only one sound at the beginning. The letters c, h combine to make a blend, the /ch/ sound. Chase. Hold the word up that has the same beginning as chase. Review all of the student response cards. After reviewing the student responses, hold up the card with the word chirp on it. Say: Chirp. Chirp has the same beginning as chase. 4. Conclude the exercise by providing positive feedback. Say: Fantastic effort, everyone! In the Bear Bags: More Lunch exercise, you will practice noticing the sounds that are made when two letters come together in a word. 20 Bear Bags: More Lunch Teacher Manual

Facilitate and Encourage Demo 1. Say: Today, we’re going to practice sorting words by their beginnings, middles, or endings sounds. Together, we’ll work on an exercise called Bear Bags: More Lunch. I’ll get us started, and then I’d like for you to try. 2. Project the “Introduction - English or Spanish” demo for Bear Bags: More Lunch. 3. Follow along with the demo, which explains how the exercise works. 4. Demo the keyboard shortcuts: Notes • Go button = Space bar • Possible answers (left to right) = Number keys 1 - 4 Speed (Fluency) Round Demo - Say: When the go button turns into a timer, the speed round begins. Work on the exercise as before, but faster. You can earn points by getting as many correct answers as possible in the time allowed. Content Demo - Say: After you get good at doing the beginnings of the words, you’ll begin to focus on word endings. Later, you’ll move to match the middle sounds in the words. You are good listeners, so I know you can do it! Direct students to log in and work individually on the Bear Bags: More Lunch Demo for approximately 10 minutes. This time period mimics the timing of the exercise once it’s assigned. Debrief with students to ensure they understand the task and objective of the exercise. Ask: What did you notice? Have students share anything that they have questions about. Bear Bags: More Lunch includes instructional audio for the exercise introduction and instructions. By default, these are presented in English. You can, however, select Spanish instructions for all, some, or individual students on the Manage page in mySciLEARN. Bear Bags: More Lunch Teacher Manual 21