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  • 14Sort

    Extend the Sort

    Vocabulary Building VocabularyHold up the picture of the bat from the sort. Say the name and ask volunteers to describe the bat. Explain that bat can also be an action word, meaning "to hit a ball with a bat." Have the group pretend to bat a ball. Continue with the picture of the mop from the sort. Have children describe the mop and then use mop as an action word in a sentence. Review with children how bat and mop can be naming words or action words.

    ELL English Language LearnersModel using both lips to form the sound of b. Using words that start with b followed by a vowel, such as baby, helps to emphasize the formation and associated strong initial sound. The use of a mirror can help children check their mouth placement.

    Teacher TipAs you work your way through sorts with beginning consonant sounds, you may want to use alphabet books to provide enrichment for children. Distribute the books to children and ask them to work in pairs to find additional words that begin with each sorts sounds.

    Pictures

    b m

    barn man

    bone meat

    ball mop

    bat map

    bed moon

    baby milk

    Introduce/Model Small Groups Read a Rhyme Read Bubbles aloud several times,

    emphasizing b and m at the beginning of words. Have children search the poem to find examples of words that begin with the sound of b or m.

    Model Use the whiteboard DVD or the CD picture cards. Explain that children will sort the pictures by the beginning sounds of their names. Demonstrate how to sort the cards by the beginning sound b or m. Help children sort and explain their sorts.

    Practice the Sort Independent/Partner Have children use the Student Book or whiteboard

    DVD to name the pictures and use the grid to sort according to beginning sound b or m.

    Have children check and explain their sorts.

    Apply Independent/Partner/Small Groups Read aloud the directions on Student Book p. 56.

    Have children draw pictures of and write the words for things that begin like bear and mouse.

    Game Allow time for children to play Find the Picture, which is on the CD.

    Little Book Read Monster Mop with children. Have them identify words that begin with /m/ and give a rhyming word for each that begins with /b/.

    ObjectivesToidentifypicturenamesbeginningwiththesoundsofbandm

    Tosortpicturesbytheirbeginningsoundandassociateeachsoundwiththeletteritrepresents

    Materials for Emergent-Early Letter NameBigBookofRhymes,Bubbles,page29

    WhiteboardActivitiesDVD-ROM,Sort14

    TeacherResourceCD-ROM,Sort14andFindthePictureGame

    StudentBook,pages5356

    WordsTheirWayLibrary,Monster Mop

    Beginning Sounds b,m

    Emergent-Early Letter Name 49

    WTW_EELN_TRG_B1.indd 49 7/20/11 3:48 PM

  • 15Sort

    Introduce/Model Small Groups ReadaRhymeReadTheRaincoataloud,

    emphasizingtherhymingwords.(play, day, anyway)Rereadtherhyme,emphasizingrandsatthebeginningofwords.Havechildrensearchtherhymetofindwordsthatbeginwiththesoundofr ors.

    ModelUsethewhiteboardDVDortheCDpicturecards.Explainthatchildrenwillsortthepicturesbythebeginningsoundsoftheirnames.Demonstratehowtosortthecardsbythebeginningsoundrors.Helpchildrensortandexplaintheirsorts.

    PracticetheSort Independent/Partner HavechildrenusetheStudentBookorwhiteboard

    DVDtonamethepicturesandusethegridtosortaccordingtobeginningsound r or s.

    Havechildrencheckandexplaintheirsorts.

    Apply Independent/Partner/Small Groups ReadaloudthedirectionsonStudentBookp.60.

    Havechildrendrawpicturesofandwritethewordsforthingsthatbeginlikerockandsaw.

    GameAllowtimeforchildrentoplayGoFish,whichisontheCD.

    LittleBookReadSandywithchildren.Havethemidentifywordsthatbeginwith/r/or/s/.

    ExtendtheSort

    Alternative Sort: Inside or Outside?Removethepicturecardsforring,six, andrope.Thenhavechildrenre-sorttheremainingcardsaccordingtowhetheryouwouldmostlikelyseetheminsideoroutside.

    Vocabulary Building VocabularyShowthepicturecardforring.Explainthatring canmeanametalcircle,anditcanalsomeantomakeasound,asinring a bell.Havechildrenmakeupsentenceswitheachmeaningoftheword.Repeatwithsink (ashallowbasinwithadrainandtogodown).

    ELL English Language LearnersIfchildrenarehavingdifficultypronouncingthesoundofr,pretendtobealion.Modelhowtoroar,stretchingthebeginningsound(rrrrroar).Encouragechildrentodothesame.

    Teacher TipChallengechildrentowritethelettersr ands onstickynotesandattachthemtoitemsintheclassroomwhosenamesbeginwiththecorrespondingsound.Childrenmayalsoenjoybrainstormingalistofwordsthatbeginwiths andincorporatingthemintoatonguetwister.

    Pictures

    r s

    ring six

    road seal

    rope sink

    rug sock

    rain sun

    roof soap

    ObjectivesToidentifypicturenamesbeginningwiththesoundsofr ands

    Tosortpicturesbytheirbeginningsoundandassociateeachsoundwiththeletteritrepresents

    Materials for Emergent-Early Letter NameBigBookofRhymes,TheRaincoat,page31

    WhiteboardActivitiesDVD-ROM,Sort15

    TeacherResourceCD-ROM,Sort15andGoFishGame

    StudentBook,pages5760

    WordsTheirWayLibrary,Sandy

    BeginningSoundsr,s

    50 Emergent-EarlyLetterName

    WTW_EELN_TRG_B1.indd 50 7/20/11 3:48 PM

  • 16Sort

    Introduce/Model Small Groups ReadaRhymeReadLunchattheBeach.Have

    childrenidentifytherhymingwords.(pails/sails, munch/lunch)Thenhavechildrensearchthepoemtofindwordsthatbeginwiththesoundofb, m, r,ors.

    ModelUsethewhiteboardDVDortheCDpicturecards.Explainthatchildrenwillsortthepicturesbythebeginningsoundsoftheirnames.Demonstratehowtosortthecardsbythebeginningsoundb, m, r,ors.Helpchildrensortandexplaintheirsorts.

    PracticetheSort Independent/Partner HavechildrenusetheStudentBookorwhiteboard

    DVDtonamethepicturesandusethegridtosortaccordingtobeginningsoundsb, m, r,ands.

    Havechildrencheckandexplaintheirsorts.

    Apply Independent/Partner/Small Groups ReadaloudthedirectionsonStudentBookp.64.

    Havechildrendrawpicturesofandwritethewordsforthingsthatbeginlikebell, mouse, ring,andsaw.

    GameAllowtimeforchildrentoplayLetsRace!,whichisontheCD.

    LittleBookReadTwo Boyswithchildren.Havethemidentifywordsthatbeginwith/b/,/m/,/r/,or/s/.

    ExtendtheSort

    Alternative Sort: Living or Nonliving?Removethepicturecardformad.Thenhavechildrenre-sorttheremainingpicturesaccordingtowhethertheyshowsomethingthatisaliveornotalive.Askthemtoexplaintheirsort.

    Vocabulary Building VocabularyExplaintochildrenthatthewordbandhasmorethanonemeaning.Abandcanbeagroupofpeoplethatplaymusictogether.Abandcanalsobeastripthatholdsthingstogether,likearubberband.Encouragechildrentomakeupsentencesusingeachmeaningofband.

    Teacher TipWhenpicturecardsshowanobjectwhosenamecanfunctionasanounoraverb,usethecardstofamiliarizechildrenwiththeconceptofnamesofthingsandnamesofactions.Forexample,showthepictureforrake.Haveonechildsaythepicturesnameandanothertellwhatactionyouperformwiththeobject.

    Pictures

    b m r s

    bowl map rag sack

    beetle mitt rake sun

    band mop road seal

    boat mad rock sand

    ObjectivesToidentifypicturenamesbeginningwiththesoundsof b, m, r, ands

    Tosortpicturesbytheirbeginningsoundandassociateeachsoundwiththeletteritrepresents

    Materials for Emergent-Early Letter NameBigBookofRhymes,LunchattheBeach,page11

    WhiteboardActivitiesDVD-ROM,Sort16

    TeacherResourceCD-ROM,Sort16andLetsRace!Game

    StudentBook,pages6164

    WordsTheirWayLibrary,Two Boys

    BeginningSoundsb,m,r,s

    Emergent-EarlyLetterName 51

    WTW_EELN_TRG_B1.indd 51 7/20/11 3:48 PM

  • 17Sort

    Extend the Sort

    Alternative Sort: Capital or Lowercase?Have children re-sort the letters according to whether they are capital letters or lowercase letters. When all the letters are sorted, have children check their work by going through each pile and saying the name of each letter.

    ELL English Language LearnersPair English language learners with children who are proficient in the language. Have the English language learner pick a card and show it to his or her partner, who should say the letter slowly. The English language learner should then repeat the letter. Have partners use the same procedure for the remaining cards. Listen and provide guidance as necessary.

    Teacher TipIf children are having difficulty recognizing letters, have them trace letters on paper or on the board. Help children see they are writing the same letters regardless of how thick or curvy the letters appear to be. If possible, cut out capital and lowercase letters from this sort from a newspaper or magazine and demonstrate how to trace them with different writing tools.

    Introduce/Model Small Groups Read a Rhyme Read Wheres My Cap? Track the

    text by pointing to each word as you read. Then have children search the poem to find examples of capital and lowercase Bb, Mm, and Aa.

    Model Use the whiteboard DVD or the letter cards. Explain that children will sort the letters by their names. Select a capital and a lowercase b and ask children how the letters are different. Remind children that despite the differences, the letters are all namedb. Continue with m and a. Help children sort and explain their sorts.

    Practice the Sort Independent/Partner Have children use the Student Book or whiteboard

    DVD to name the letters and use the grid to sort the cards by letter names.

    Have children check and explain their sorts.

    Apply Independent/Partner/Small Groups Read aloud the directions on Student Book p. 68.

    Have children say the names of Bb, Mm, and Aa and write each letter on the lines.

    Game Allow time for children to play Find the Letter, which is on the CD.

    Little Book Read Two Boys with children. Have them look for the letters B