¿Qué tengo en el bolsillo, querido dragón? / What's in My Pocket, Dear Dragon? (Beginning-to-Read) (Spanish Edition)

¿Qué tengo en el bolsillo, querido dragón? / What's in My Pocket, Dear Dragon? (Beginning-to-Read) (Spanish Edition)

Language: Spanish

Pages: 32

ISBN: 1603576118

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


¿Qué tengo en el bolsillo, querido dragón? / What's in My Pocket, Dear Dragon? (Beginning-to-Read) (Spanish Edition)

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Panel that determined the most effective components for reading instruction are: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Text Comprehension. Phonemic Awareness: The /p/ sound Oddity Task: Say the /p/ sound for your child. Say the following words aloud. Ask your child to say the words that do not end with the /p/ sound in the following word groups: pat, tap, mat park, map, pack set, pet, step peach, reach, sleep met, pet, up spot, top, ten seat, pea, keep mark, pop, speck sheep,

Panel that determined the most effective components for reading instruction are: Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Fluency, and Text Comprehension. Phonemic Awareness: The /p/ sound Oddity Task: Say the /p/ sound for your child. Say the following words aloud. Ask your child to say the words that do not end with the /p/ sound in the following word groups: pat, tap, mat park, map, pack set, pet, step peach, reach, sleep met, pet, up spot, top, ten seat, pea, keep mark, pop, speck sheep,

day, page Phonics: The letter Pp 1. Demonstrate how to form the letters P and p for your child. 2. Have your child practice writing P and p at least three times each. 3. Ask your child to point to the words in the book that start with the letter p. 4. Write down the following words and ask your child to circle the letter p in each word: play help pretty puppy pocket jump put skip nap happy peep pan pepper stamp purple 30 Vocabulary: Adjectives 1. Explain to your child that words that describe

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letting him or her read familiar words and soon your child will be able to read the story independently. At each step of the way, be sure to praise your reader’s efforts to build his or her confidence as an independent reader. Discuss the pictures and encourage your child to make connections between the story and his or her own life. Above all, the most important part of the reading experience is to have fun and enjoy it! Shannon Cannon, Literacy Consultant Norwood House Press • P.O. Box 316598

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