A student who, after being shown a letter of the alphabet, can orally identify its corresponding sound(s)
A student who listens to the words sing, ring, fling, and hang and can identify that hang is different
A student who, after hearing the word hat, can orally identify that it ends with the sound /t/
A student who listens to the word Massachusetts and can determine that it contains four syllables
Understand the concept of a silent letter.
identify in spoken language separate sounds that can be mapped to letters.
Count the number of syllables in a written word.recognize different ways in which one sound can be represented in print.
Count the number of syllables in a written word.
The teacher reads aloud to the children from books that contain mostly words that follow regular phonics patterns.
The teacher emphasizes the initial sounds of words when reading to the children.
The teacher says the name of a letter while the children each trace its shape on a cutout letter.
The teacher posts the entire alphabet around the room in several different formats.
Divide written words into onsets and rimes.
Guess the meaning of unfamiliar words from their context.
Use knowledge of letter-sound correspondence to decode words.
Recognize and understand sight words in a text.