What are some lessons on teaching phonics?


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Lessons for teaching phonics include long vowel sounds, letter and sound recognition, and blending. Lesson plans for teaching phonics are found on Scholastic.com, ITESLJ.org and Teach-Nology.com, as of 2015. All three websites feature other free resources for teaching phonics, such as activities, games and worksheets.

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Find lessons for teaching phonics on Scholastic.com by typing "phonics" in the search bar, clicking the Search icon and then clicking Lesson Plans and Activities for Teaching Phonics. The next page features activities such as Alphabet Tree, Which Letter, and speed drills that are available to download in PDF format.

Find lessons and activities for teaching phonics on ITESLJ.org by clicking Ten Simple Phonics Activities Requiring Little Preparation near the middle of the home page. The next page displays instructions for phonics lessons and activities.

Phonics lessons and activities are found on Teach-Nology.com by clicking Lesson Plans on the home page, clicking English Language Arts on the next page, and then clicking Phonics. To view an example of a phonics lesson, click A Model Lesson for Teaching Phonics near the middle of the page. Clicking the name of a lesson displays a detailed lesson plan with goals, activities and plans for assessment. The page also includes phonics games such as Busy Bee Vowels, First Letter Bingo and Fun With Phonics.

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