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LESSON PLAN: DAILY 5 WORD WORK ACTIVITY

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English
Language ( Expressing and developing
ideas)
Syllables
Year 1
Thursday 11 June 2015
Lesson 3 Daily 5 group rotation 10:10
10:40
Penola Primary school
19
30 minutes ( 10 minutes per group)
Jess Skeer
Know that regular one-syllable words
are made up of letters and common
letter clusters that correspond to the
sounds heard, and how to se visual
memory to write high frequency
words.
How to recognise 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5
syllable words
Include extension / challenging words
in the syllable sort up to 5 syllables.
Read the words to the students and
ask students to identify the number of
syllables.
Provide pictures and objects to
represent the words rather than the
words. Ask students to sort the
objects into buckets that represent the
number of syllables in the word.
Syllable sheets
Words cut out and laminated
List of words
Objects/pictures
buckets
Observation throughout lesson of
students
Students ability to sort words correctly
Discussion with the group throughout
the activity

LESSON OUTLINE
Introducing the lesson
Timing
I will
2 minutes
Who remembers what syllables
are?
Syllables are a way that we can
chop up our words to help us
with spelling. As we chop the
words into parts each new
piece is a syllable
Listen to me say these words
tractor, sunset, book, cat,
radio. As I said those words did
you notice my chin moving up
and down?
Lets say these words together
but lets put our hand below
our chin. When we say the
words lets pay attention to how
many times our chin moves up
and down. Each time your
mouth open you say another
syllable. (hold up the words as
you say them)
How many syllables are in the
word cat?, what about tractor?
How many are in radio? Can
you see where should I put my
marker on the word to chop it
up into syllables? (mark
tractor to show the students)
Developing the lesson
Timing
I will
8 minutes
Give students a sheet with 5
columns
Place a range of words on the
table (or pictures)
Say each word and students
must find the word and stick it
in the column (or bucket) that
correspondents with the
number of syllables in the
word.
Reflection

Students will
Practice saying
the words
Identify how many
syllables are in
the words that are
being held up

Students will
Find the words
Say the word
Place them in
syllable column

How will we remember our the


number of syllables in our
words?
What are syllables?

Syllable sort
1 Syllable

1 Syllable

2 Syllables

3 Syllables

4 Syllables

3 Syllables 4 Syllables

5 Syllables

5 Syllables
3

Cat
Book
Dog
School
Cake
Bus

Syllables
Sunset
Tractor
Teacher
Finger
Cricket
Dentist
Zebra
lightning

Radio
Tomato
Horizon
Computer
tornado
hospital
envelope

Australia
Centimetre
Calculator
motorcycle
Cappuccino

Refrigerator
Electricity
Multiplicatio
n
Hippopotam
us

cat

sunset

radio

book

tractor

tomato

dog

teacher

horizon

school

finger

computer

cake

cricket

tornado

bus

dentist

hospital

multiplication
hippopotamus

zebra
lightning

envelope
refrigerator

Australia

electricity

centimetre
calculator
motorcycle
cappuccino

cat

radio

sunset

book

tomato

bus

dog

cake

horizon

school

calculator

centimetre

tractor

refrigerator

finger

teacher

computer

cricket

lightning

dentist

tornado

zebra

hospital

motorcycle

envelope

Australia

electricity

multiplication

cappuccino

hippopotamu
s

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