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When I was younger my favorite subject was language arts I think the reason I liked language arts so much was because I had a wonderful teacher who always made the class enjoyable by letting us interact through group activities So I decided to design an interactive lesson plan on phonograms for second grade level students My objective of this lesson plan is for the students to learn phonograms in a variety of different words The students will also use phonograms to create new words Providing structure in learning phonograms with repetition will give the students much practice and experience with many words This strategy helps them to realize that many words have the same sounds in them It can also increase their ability to decode words when reading which in turn will aid them in overall comprehension skills I intend to cover this topic in one class period A visual aid which is essential to my lesson plan is Fox in Socks by Dr Seuss I will also need to prepare one note card per student that has a phonogram on it I will begin my lesson plan by asking students what they know about rhyming words I will ask the class for some examples and write them on the board Then I can ask students to recite nursery rhymes or poems that they know I will write the titles on the board also Once the majority of the class has had an opportunity to participate I will start discussing what makes words rhyme To fully understand what makes words rhyme it is necessary for the students to discover an example of a phonogram An example I will use is ing I will then ask the students to come up with some words that end in ing such as ring king sing Hopefully they will be successful in doing so Next I will request that one of my students volunteer to provide the class
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