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Title: Vowels


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Vowels
  • Ana Posada

2
Topic Information
  • Unit Topic
  • Vowels
  • Subject
  • Language Arts/Reading
  • Grade Level
  • Kindergarten

3
Learning Objectives
  • Students will be able to say how many vowels
    there are.
  • Students will be able to recognize the vowels and
    to point them out from a list of letters
  • Students will know that vowels are important to
    words.

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Unit Questions and Essential Questions
  • Essential Questions
  • What would happen to words if there no were no
    vowels?
  • How many vowels can there be in a word?
  • Unit Questions
  • How many vowels are in your name?
  • In your family who has the most vowels in
    their name?
  • Do all names hove vowels?

5
Activities
  • Hands on classroom activities
  • Work in groups and look at each of their
    classmates names and notice the vowels and how
    many there are in their names.
  • Make a song with the entire class and assign one
    vowel to each group the must draw, color, and cut
    out the vowel to put it on display on the
    Authors Wall
  • Technology Activities
  • Go to the following link and Listen to the short
    vowels poems then in class discussion the
    students should be able to give me an example of
    a word that contains the short vowel sounds of
    each vowel.

6
Other Activities
  • Teach the students a song about vowels to make it
    easier for them to remember the vowels.
  • Assign the students to look at their families
    names and see which one has the most vowels, but
    first to say the word and make a guess of what
    name they think will have the most vowels.

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Works Cited
  • Sindrons, January 2002 A Short Vowel Book AEIOU
    Retrieved March 7, 2006 from www.mtlakes.org/ww/te
    ch/11.htm
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