Check the Arizona
Choose your Standard
2.WF.2 Demonstrate and apply sound-letter concepts.
a. Write the most common graphemes (letters or letter groups)
for each phoneme. For example:
/s/= s, ss, ce, ci, cy
/f/= f, ff, ph
/k/= c, k, ck
/o/= o, o_e, oa, ow (long o)
/a/= a, a_e, ai, ay, eigh (long a)
What do they need to know
to master the standard?
Recognize that each letter has a name
Recognize that each letter has a sound
Recognize that some letters have more than one sound
Know that we put letters together to make syllables and
Identify and write which letters are consonants
Recognize and demonstrate that each syllable
contains a vowel sound
Segment the individual phonemes of a syllable
and represent the phonemes with the corresponding
Know that sometimes we use two or more letters
put together to represent one phoneme
Identify and write the most common letters or letter
combinations that we use to represent each phoneme
Writing an objective...
Think about what you want them to learn,
a time frame to learn it and to what level
Use Bloom's Taxonomy or Webb's DOK
to help you choose the verbs...
Learning Objective #1:
By the end of the lesson, SWBAT list at least three graphemes
to represent the selected phoneme.
Learning Objective #2:
By the end of the lesson, SWBAT sort vowel teams into the
categories of “Long O sound” and “Long A sound” with 80%
Learning Objective #3:
By the end of the lesson, SWBAT build multiple words that contain
the selected vowel team by changing the beginning and/or