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  • Isolating Beginning Sounds
    to the beginning sound of each word Tell me which two words begin with the same sound Let me show you Model Listen to these words keep king jump Two of the words begin with the same sound keep begins with the same sound as king k Share Let us say the words together Two of the words begin with the same sound Can you tell me which two begin

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/tools/beginning.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Isolating Final Sounds
    Listen to the ending sound of each word Tell me which two words end with the same sound Let me show you Model Listen to these words sun king fan Two of the words end with the same sound sun ends with the same sound as fan n Share Let us say the words together Two of the words end with the same sound Can you tell me which two

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/tools/final.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Phoneme Blending Assessment
    show you Model If I say p i g the word is pig Share Now try to put the sounds together with me Say it fast If I say c a t What word do you say Yes the word is cat Assess Listen to the sounds and tell me the word those sounds make dog nest man big jump fan run play Assessment designed by Dr Adria Klein Professor

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/tools/blending.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Phoneme Blending
    cat Assess Listen to the sounds and tell me the word those sounds make 1 dog 2 nest 3 man 4 big 5 jump 6 fan 7 run 8 play Blending Individual Sounds Blending individual speech sounds is the most difficult blending task but also the most important one for children to master This skill will be needed when students learn to match sounds to symbols and decide unknown words

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/tools/blendingqt.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Yopp-Singer Test
    child breaks a word apart incorrectly the teacher gives the correct answer Child Says You say Uses onset and rime Repeats word Stretches word out Spells letters in word Says first and last sounds Says another word Says a sentence d og dog d o g d o g d g bark I don t know d o g d o g d o g d o g d o g d o g d o g The child s score is the number of items correctly segmented into all constituent phonemes No partial credit is given For instance if a child says c at instead of c a t the response may be noted on the blank line following the items but is considered incorrect for purposes of scoring Correct responses are only those that involve articulation of each phoneme in the target word A blend contains two or three phonemes in each of these and each should be articulated separately Hence item 7 on the test grew has three phonemes g r ew Digraphs such as sh in item 5 she and the th in item 15 three are single phonemes Item 5 therefore has two phonemes and item 15 has three phonemes If a child responds with letter names instead of sounds the response is coded as incorrect and the type of error is noted on the test Students who obtain high scores segmenting all or nearly all of the items correctly may be considered phonemically aware Students who correctly segment some items are displaying emerging phonemic awareness Students who are able to segment only a few items or none at all lack appropriate levels of phonemic awareness Without intervention those students scoring very low on the test are likely to experience difficulty with reading and spelling

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/tools/yopp.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Yopp-Singer Test of Phonemic Segmentation
    to play a word game I m going to say a word and I want you to break the word apart You are going to say the word slowly and then tell me each sound in the word in order For example if I say old you should say oooo llll d The teacher says the sound not the letters Let s try a few words together The practice items are ride go and man The teacher should help the child with each sample item segmenting the item for the child if necessary and encouraging the child to repeat the segmented words Then the child is given the 22 item test If the child responds correctly the teacher says That s right If the child gives an incorrect response he or she is corrected The teacher provides the appropriate response The teacher circles the numbers of all correct answers If the child breaks a word apart incorrectly the teacher gives the correct answer Child Says You say Uses onset and rime Repeats word Stretches word out Spells letters in word Says first and last sounds Says another word Says a sentence d og dog d o g d o g d g bark I don t know d o g d o g d o g d o g d o g d o g d o g The child s score is the number of items correctly segmented into all constituent phonemes No partial credit is given For instance if a child says c at instead of c a t the response may be noted on the blank line following the items but is considered incorrect for purposes of scoring Correct responses are only those that involve articulation of each phoneme in the target word A blend contains two

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/tools/segment.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Patti's Teacher's Corner
    say to you Tell me the vowel you hear in each word Double Vowels Do you know what happens when two vowels come together Circle know rule if child can tell you the rule Try to read these words Not all of them are real words Circle applies rule if child is able to complete this activity with 90 accuracy Final e Rule Do you know what happens when the vowel is in the middle of the word and the word ends with an e Circle knows rule if child can tell you the rule Try to read these words Circle applies rule if the child is able to complete this activity with 90 accuracy Diphthongs Some vowels make their own special sounds Read these words Short Vowels These are make believe words Read each of these words using a short vowel sound Reversals Read these words as quickly as you can Prefixes Sometimes we add a prefix to the beginning of a word Read these make believe words Suffixes Sometimes we add a suffix to the end of the word Read these make believe words Compound Words Do you know what we call two words that are put together

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/inven2.html (2016-02-17)
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  • Patti's Teacher's Corner
    Vowels Teacher reads and records short vowels Syllabication copy for student to mark on Go to 2 3 Home Contact Us Return to Phonics Inventory Return to Kindergarten Grade 1 Classroom Return to Patti s Electronic Classroom Return to TEAMS

    Original URL path: http://teams.lacoe.edu/documentation/classrooms/patti/k-1/teacher/assessment/inven4.html (2016-02-17)
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