Level: Pre-School/Kindergarten/Grade One
Subject: Long O Words
Story: The Dream Eater
1. To match pictures with long O sounds.
2. To rearrange letters to form long O words.
3. To complete phrases using the appropriate long O words.
1. To complete phrases using the appropriate long O words.
2. To complete sentences using the appropriate long O words.
3. To answer comprehension questions about previously read sentences.
1. To complete sentences using the appropriate long O words.
2. To answer comprehension questions about previously read sentences.
3. To answer comprehension questions about previously read story.
II. Subject Matter:
A. Basic - mastery of long O words with CVC and CVCV pattern
B. Average - mastery of long O words with CVCV and CCVCV pattern
C. Fast - mastery of long O words with CVCV/CCVCV pattern
1. Oral Work: Picture Puzzle
The students will be divided into 2 groups. After the signal, a member will form a picture puzzle and choose the correct word that matches the picture puzzle. The first member who reads the word out loud, will get a point for their group. The members will take turns in completing the puzzles until everyone has participated. The group with the most number of points at the end of the game wins.
Picture Puzzle: doe, bone, nose, toe, cone, rose
2. Seat Work 1: Form That Word!
There are ten envelopes, each containing pictures and letters. The students will rearrange the letters to form the word that matches the pictures. They will make a sentence using the formed word and write it on their worksheets.
Words: doe, bone, nose, pole, mole, toe, cone rose, hose, hoe
3. Seat Work 2: Dragon Claws
There are 5 dragon feet with movable claws posted on one side of the room. There are incomplete sentences written on the dragon feet. The choices are written on the dragon claws. The students will choose the correct word that will complete the sentences.
a. He is the (sole, mole) owner of the car.
b. Her (mole, pole) is right beside her nose.
c. Drink milk to have strong (bones, notes).
d. Use the (hose, nose) to water the roses.
e. Slow down in the school (zone, tone).
1. Oral Work: Boardgame
The students will be divided into two groups. There will be a board game with different colored steps. After rolling the dice, the students will pick a colored card that corresponds with the color they "landed on." Written on each colored card is an incomplete phrase. The students will choose the correct word that will complete the phrase and read it out loud, the first that will cross the finish line wins.
a._____ for the best (joke, hope)
b._____ a vase (wrote, broke)
c.make a _____ (joke, cope)
d. _____ a poem (phone, wrote)
e. used the _____ (phone, Rome)
2. Seatwork 1: Bamboo Leaves
There will be 5 bamboos with movable leaves on one corner of the room. Written on each bamboo is an incomplete phrase. The choices are written on the bamboo leaves. The students will write the completed phrase on their worksheets.
a. crack a (joke, robe, cope)
b. (broke, hope, cope) a promise
c. talk on the (phone, rope, Rome)
d. (Rome, rope, role) in Europe
e. (poke, cope, hope) in the eye
3. Seatwork 2: Baku Heads
There will be 4 baku heads posted on one side of the room. The mouth of each head can be opened. Written on the tongue of each baku is a sentence followed by a comprehensive question. The students will write their answers in phrases on their worksheets.
a. The pope lives in Rome. Where does the pope live?
b. You should not lose your hope. What should you not lose?
c. He bought a new phone yesterday. What did he buy yesterday?
d. He used a rope to tie the dog. What did he use to tie the dog?
1. Oral Work: Search the Aliens
The students will be divided into 2 groups. After the signal, the students will search the aliens to find the word that will complete the sentence. The first member who reads the completed sentence will get a point for their group.
a. _____ the door. (close)
b. When there is ____ there is fire. (smoke)
c. The church has a ____. (dome)
d. He____ a rope yesterday. (stole)
e. The____is rough. (stone)
2. Seat Work 1: Yukio Heads
There will be 5 Yukio heads posted on one side of the room. Each head
can be opened to reveal 2 sentences followed by comprehension questions.
The students will write their answers in complete sentences on their
a. The candidate spoke to the people. What did the candidate do?
He wanted them to vote for him. What did he want the people to do?
b. He chose the wrong answers. What did he do?
The room was filled with smoke. What was the room filled with?
3. Seat Work: Dragon Scales
There will be a dragon with removable scales posted on one side of the room. There will be a poem (My World by C.J. Heck) followed by comprehension questions. The students will write their answers on their worksheets.
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