Literacy Schemes - Grade 1 Schemes of Work Term 1 2023

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Week

Lesson

Strand/ Theme

Sub Strand/Sub theme

Specific Learning Outcomes

Learning Experience

Key Inquiry Question(S)

Learning Resources

Assessment

Remarks 

1

1

Listening

Listen to instructions and questions

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

listen attentively to a variety of simple instructions and questions

Learners listen to a variety of simple instructions and questions through various media (orally, audio recorded, video-recorded)

 Who gives us instructions?

Charts with instruction words and questions, audio- video recording devices (tapes, videos, phones)

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg. 1

Oral questions

 

 

2

Listening

Listen to instructions and questions

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Respond appropriately and confidently to a variety of simple instructions and questions

 

Learners listen to a variety of simple instructions and questions through various media (orally, audio recorded, video-recorded)

Who gives us instructions?

Charts with instruction words and questions, audio- video recording devices (tapes, videos, phones)

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.2

Oral questions

 

 

 

3

 

Speaking

 

Imitation

 

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

acquire a range of vocabulary for communication in different contexts

The learners are guided to brainstorm on who, how, when and why people communicate

Who do you usually speak to?

Parents/Guardians, audio-visual materials with sample conversation formats e.g. hello, how are you? What is your name?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.3

Oral questions

 

 

4

Speaking

Imitation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Use appropriate words in giving and responding to instructions and questions

 

The learners are guided to brainstorm on who, how, when and why people communicate

Learners listen to and practice conversations in different contexts

1) Who do you usually speak to?

Parents/Guardians, audio-visual materials with sample conversation formats e.g. hello, how are you? What is your name?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.4

 

Oral questions

 

 

5

Reading

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

practice left-right  eye movement with accuracy isolate sounds in a word

Learners sound and read words to practice left-eye movement (left – right orientation)

Learners identify words that begin with similar sounds (letter –sound recognition)

What sounds do we hear?

Word charts, sounds from the environment

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.5-6

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

2

1

Writing

Letter Sounds and letter names Phonics

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Write upper and lower-case letters correctly differentiate letters with visual similarities (bdp) (w, vym) (k)

Learners say and write letter names correctly (unique to the indigenous languages)

Learners sound diagraphs and words with consonant clusters (ng, dh etc.)

Learners identify and write upper and lowercase letters (upper and lower case recognition)

How are words formed?

Pencils, books, flash cards, word

puzzles, crayons, stencil, writing slates  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.7

Build word families e.g. three letter words with sound /a/

 

 

2

Listening

Listen to instructions and questions

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Use appropriate courtesy words and phrases in giving and responding to instructions and questions

Learner practice giving and responding to instructions and questions individually, in pairs and groups

Who gives us instructions?

Charts with instruction words and questions, audio- video recording devices (tapes, videos, phones)  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.8

oral questions

 

 

3

Listening

Listen to instructions and questions

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Apply the vocabulary learnt to give instructions and ask questions.

 

Learners role-play and dramatize giving and responding to instructions and questions (Class rules and regulations)

 

Who gives us instructions?

Charts with instruction words and questions, audio- video recording devices (tapes, videos, phones)  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.9

oral questions

 

 

4

Speaking

Imitation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

respond confidently

to communication in different contexts

Learners listen to and practice conversations in different contexts

Learners simulate communication at home (with parent/guardian, sister, brother), in pairs, small groups and whole class.

When do you speak to them?

Parents/Guardians, audio-visual materials with sample conversation formats e.g. hello, how are you? What is your name?  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.9

Oral questions

 

 

5

Speaking

Imitation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Exhibit appropriate mannerisms during conversation in different contexts

Learners listen to and practice conversations in different contexts

Learners simulate communication at home (with parent/guardian, sister, and brother) in pairs, small groups and whole class.

When do you speak to them?

Parents/Guardians, audio-visual materials with sample conversation formats e.g. hello, how are you? What is your name?  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.9

Oral questions

 

3

1

Reading

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment words that start with similar sounds.

 

Learners are guided to isolate sounds in a word

Learners segment words that begin with similar sounds

How do we make sounds?

Word charts, sounds from the environment  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.10

Learners read sounds, syllables and

Words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

 

2

Writing

Letter  Sounds and  letter names Phonics

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Sound digraphs and consonant clusters.

Handwrite letters, numbers, and symbols.

Learners practice writing letters in their books individually, in pairs and groups

How are words formed?

Pencils, books, flash cards, word puzzles, crayons, stencil, writing slates  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.11

Build word families e.g. three letter words with sound /a/

 

 

3

Writing

Letter Sounds and letter names Phonics

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Sound digraphs and consonant clusters.

Handwrite letters, numbers, and symbols.

Learners practice writing letters in their books individually, in pairs and groups

How are words formed?

Pencils, books, flash cards, word puzzles, crayons, stencil, writing slates  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.12

Build word families e.g.

three letter words with sound /a/

 

 

4

Listening

Listen to instructions and questions

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Respond appropriately and confidently to a variety of simple instructions and questions

Use appropriate courtesy words and phrases in giving and responding to instructions and questions

Learners role-play and dramatize giving and responding to instructions and questions(Class rules and regulations)

Learners model turn taking

Who gives us instructions?

Charts with instruction words and questions, audio- video recording devices (tapes, videos, phones)  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.13-14

Oral questions

 

 

5

Listening

Listen to instructions and questions

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Apply the vocabulary learnt to give instructions and ask questions

Appreciate the importance of giving and responding to instructions and questions appropriately.

Learners role-play and dramatize giving and responding to instructions and Questions (Class rules and regulations)

Learners model turn taking

Who gives us instructions?

Charts with instruction words and questions, audio- video recording devices (tapes, videos, phones)  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.15

Oral questions

 

4

1

Speaking

Responding to instructions and questions

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

respond confidently to simple oral questions and instructions from different media

Learners practice asking and answering questions in pairs or groups.

Learners take and respond to instructions and questions(Myself, my family, my home, my school, my community)

 

What do you do when you want something?

Audiovisual tapes, resource persons – community leaders

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.16

Oral questions, role play

 

 

2

Speaking

Responding to instructions and questions.

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able

to:

Use appropriate words in giving and responding to instructions and questions.

Learners practice asking and answering questions in pairs or groups.

Learners take and respond to instructions and questions(Myself, my family, my home, my school, my community)

What do you do when you want something?

Audiovisual tapes, resource persons – community leaders  

KLB Visionary

English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.17

Oral questions, role play

 

 

3

Reading

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Practice left-right eye movement with accuracy.

Isolate sounds in a word.

Learners sound and read words to practice left-eye movement (left – right orientation)

Learners identify words that begin with similar sounds (letter – sound recognition)

Learners are guided to isolate sounds in a word.

What sounds do we hear?

Word charts, sounds from the environment

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.18

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

 

4

Reading

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment words that start with similar sounds

Recognize all the letters of the alphabet in the language of the catchment area 

Learners segment words that begin with similar sounds

Learners recognize and read all the letters of the alphabet in the language of the catchment area(visual discrimination)

What sounds do we hear?

Word charts, sounds from the environment  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.19

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

 

5

Writing

Letter sounds and letter names Phonics

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Develop an interest in writing using uppercase and letter names correctly.

Handwrite letters, numbers, and symbols.

Learners practice writing letters in their books individually, in pairs and groups

Learners are guided to use a variety of resources and strategies to shape, color, model letters

How are words formed?

Pencils, books, flash cards, word puzzles, crayons, stencil, writing slates  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.20

Build word families e.g. three letter words with sound /a/

 

5

1

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Orally pronounce, blend syllables in spoken words and onset- rimes of single-syllable words

Learners listen to and participate in rhymes, songs, poems, tongue twisters and riddles on the themes: myself, my school and my home, individually, in pairs and groups.

What are some of the sounds we hear?

sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.21-22

oral questions

 

 

2

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment syllables in spoken words and onset rimes of single-syllable words

 

Learners segment, blend and produce initial, middle and final sounds (use colors and objects in their surrounding)

What are some of the sounds we hear?

sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.23-24

oral questions

 

 

3

Speaking

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Name and say letters representing sounds blend given letter sounds to make syllables and syllables to form words

Learners participate in language games involving blending and segmenting given syllables (oral blending and segmenting), individually, in pairs, and in groups

Learners say and point to pictures with sight words

What are some of the sounds we hear?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.25

Matching oral sounds with pictures

 

 

4

Reading

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Isolate sounds in a word.

Segment words that start with similar sounds.

Learners identify words that begin with similar sounds (letter – sound recognition)

Learners are guided to isolate sounds in a word

What sounds do we hear?

Word charts, sounds from the environment  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.27-28

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

 

5

Writing

Letter sounds and letter names Phonics

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Write upper and lower case letters correctly.

Handwrite letters, numbers, and symbols.

 

Learners are guided to develop writing competence (left to right orientation, proper sitting posture, and shaping)

Learners practice writing letters in their books individually, in pairs and groups

Learners are guided to use a variety of resources and strategies to shape, color, and model letters.

How are words formed?

Pencils, books, flash cards, word puzzles, crayons, stencil, writing slates  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.30

Build word families e.g.

three letter words with sound /a/

 

6

1

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Orally pronounce, blend syllables in spoken words and onset- rimes of single-syllable words

Segment syllables in spoken words and onset rimes of single-syllable words

Learners listen to letter sounds and the syllables formed from them(depends on each language)

Learners observe the displayed letters as they listen to the sounds

 

How do we say those sounds?

sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.31-32

Oral questions

 

 

2

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Add or substitute individual sounds in simple, one syllable words to make new words.

Segment syllables in spoken words and onset rimes of single-syllable words

Learners listen to letter sounds and the syllables formed from them (depends on each language)

Learners observe the displayed letters as they listen to the sounds

How do we say those sounds?

sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.33

Oral questions

 

 

3

Speaking

Responding to instructions and questions

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Respond confidently to simple oral questions and instructions from different media.

Appreciate the importance of responding appropriately when taking instructions and answering questions.

Learners take and respond to instructions and questions (Myself, my family, my home, my school, my community)

Learners sing songs that are action based (giving instructions), individually, in pairs and groups.

What do you do when you want something?

Audiovisual tapes, resource persons – community leaders

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.34

Oral questions, role play

 

 

4

Reading 

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Isolate sounds in a word.

Segment words that start with similar sounds

Learners identify words that begin with similar sounds(letter – sound recognition)

Learners are guided to isolate sounds in a word.

What sounds do we hear?

Word charts, sounds from the environment.  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.37

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

 

5

Writing

Syllable, word, and sentence formation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment words into syllables.

Form words from syllables.

Learners are guided to choose consonants and vowel blends e.g. - - ock, b-y – to complete a word

Learners complete sentences by filling in missing words (theme myself, my home and my family the theme myself, my family and my home)

 

Pencil, book, flash cards, word puzzle

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.38

Build word family

 

7

1

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment syllables in spoken words and onset rimes of single-syllable words.

Learners segment, blend and produce initial, middle and final sounds (use colors and objects in their surrounding)

Learners listen to letter sounds and the syllables formed from them (depends on each language)

What are some of the sounds we hear?

Sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.39

oral questions

 

 

2

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Discriminate the initial, middle and final sounds in three letter words for correct pronunciation.

 

 

Learners segment, blend and produce initial, middle and final sounds (use colors and objects in their surrounding)

Learners listen to letter sounds and the syllables formed from them (depends on each language)

What are some of the sounds we hear?

Sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.40-41

oral questions

 

 

3

Speaking

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Name and say letters representing sounds.

 

 

Learners practice reading aloud Letters representing sounds (auditory awareness), individually, in pairs and groups

What are some of the sounds we hear?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.42-43

Matching oral sounds with pictures

 

 

4

Speaking

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Blend given letter sounds to make syllables and syllables to form words.

Learners participate in language games involving blending and segmenting given syllables (oral blending and segmenting), individually, in pairs, and in groups.

What are some of the sounds we hear?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.44-45

.

Matching oral sounds with pictures

 

 

5

Reading

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment words that start with similar sounds.

Recognize all the letters of the alphabet in the language of the catchment area.

Learners sound and read words to practice left-eye movement(left – right orientation)

Learners identify words that begin with similar sounds(letter – sound recognition)

 

What sounds do we hear?

Word charts, sounds from the environment  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.47

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

8

1

Writing

Syllable, word, and sentence formation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Write commonly used syllables, words, and sentences.

Develop an interest in forming words and simple sentences.

Learners should form words by blending syllables individually, in pairs and groups(blend, segment, fill in blanks)

Learners practice word formation by participating in word games.

Learners be guided to make sentences using basic sight words.

How are words formed?

Pencil, book, flash cards, word puzzle

 

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.48-49

Build word family

 

 

2

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Add or substitute individual sounds in simple, one syllable words to make new words.

Recognise and sound the commonly used letter sounds and syllables.

Learners segment, blend and produce initial, middle and final sounds (use colors and objects in their surrounding)

Learners listen to letter sounds and the syllables formed from them (depends on each language)

What produces the sounds we hear?

Sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.50-51

oral questions

 

 

3

Speaking

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Name and say letters representing sounds

Blend given letter sounds to make syllables and syllables to form words

Learners practice reading aloud letters representing sounds (auditory awareness), individually, in pairs and groups

Learners participate in language games involving blending and segmenting given syllables (oral blending and segmenting), individually, in pairs, and in groups.

How do we say to the sounds?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.55

Matching oral sounds with pictures

 

 

 

4

 

Reading

 

Phonemic awareness

 

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Isolate sounds in a word

Segment words that start with similar sounds.

 

Learners are guided to isolate sounds in a word

Learners segment words that begin with similar sounds

Learners recognize and read all the letters of the alphabet in the language of the catchment area (visual discrimination)

How do we make these sounds?

 

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.56-58

 

Word charts, sounds from the environment

 

 

 

 

5

Writing

Syllable, word, and sentence formation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Write commonly used syllables, words, and sentences.

Form words from syllables.

Learners should form words by blending syllables individually, in pairs and groups(blend, segment, fill in blanks)

Learners practice word formation by participating in word games

How are words formed?

Pencil, book, flash cards, word puzzle

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.59-60

Build word family

 

9

1

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment syllables in spoken words and onset rimes of single-syllable words.

Discriminate the initial, middle and final sounds in three letter words for correct pronunciation.

Learners listen to and participate in rhymes, songs, poems, tongue twisters and riddles on the themes: myself, my school and my home, individually, in pairs and groups

Learners listen to letter sounds and the syllables formed from them (depends on each language)

What are some of the sounds we hear?

Sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.63-64

Oral questions

 

 

2

Speaking

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Name and say letters representing sounds

Blend given letter sounds to make syllables and syllables to form words

Learners practice reading aloud letters representing sounds (auditory awareness), individually, in pairs and groups

Learners participate in language games involving blending and segmenting given syllables (oral blending and segmenting), individually, in pairs, and in groups.

How do we say to the sounds?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.65

Matching oral sounds with pictures

 

 

3

Speaking

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment syllables to letter sounds and words to syllables

Appreciate word formation by actively engaging in blending and segmenting letter sounds and syllables

 

Learners practice reading aloud letters representing sounds (auditory awareness), individually, in pairs and groups

Learners participate in language games involving blending and segmenting given syllables (oral blending and segmenting), individually, in pairs, and in groups.

How do we say to the sounds?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.66-67

Matching oral sounds with pictures

 

 

4

Reading

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Isolate sounds in a word

Segment words that start with similar sounds.

Recognize all the letters of the alphabet in the language of the catchment area.

Learners are guided to isolate sounds in a word Learners segment words that begin with similar sounds

Learners recognize and read all the letters of the alphabet in the language of the catchment area (visual discrimination)

What sounds do we hear?

Word charts, sounds from the environment  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.68-69

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

 

5

Writing

Syllable, word, and sentence formation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Segment words into syllables

Form words from syllables.

Learners should form words by blending syllables individually, in pairs and groups (blend, segment, fill in blanks)

Learners practice word formation by participating in word games

How are words formed?

Pencil, book, flash cards, word puzzle

 

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.70

Build word family

 

10

 

1

 

Writing

 

Syllable, word,

and sentence formation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

write commonly used syllables, words, and sentences

Develop an interest in forming words and simple sentences

Learners should form words by blending syllables individually, in pairs and groups (blend, segment, fill in blanks)

Learners practice word formation by participating in word games

How are words formed?

Pencil, book, flash cards, word puzzle

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.71-72

Build word family

 

 

2

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Add or substitute individual sounds in simple, one syllable words to make new words.

Recognise and sound the commonly used letter sounds and syllables.

Learners segment, blend and produce initial, middle and final sounds (use colors and objects in their surrounding)

Learners listen to letter sounds and the syllables formed from them (depends on each language)

How do we say these sounds?

Sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.75

Oral questions

 

 

3

Speaking

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Name and say letters representing sounds

Blend given letter sounds to make syllables and syllables to form words

Learners practice reading aloud letters representing sounds (auditory awareness), individually, in pairs and groups

Learners participate in language games involving blending and segmenting given syllables (oral blending and segmenting), individually, in pairs, and in groups

What are some of the sounds we hear?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.76

Matching oral sounds with pictures

 

 

4

Speaking

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:  

Blend given letter sounds to make syllables and syllables to form words

Appreciate word formation by actively engaging in blending and segmenting letter sounds and syllables.

Learners practice reading aloud letters  representing sounds (auditory awareness), individually, in pairs and groups

Learners participate in language games involving blending and segmenting given syllables (oral blending and segmenting), individually, in pairs, and in groups

 

What are some of the sounds we hear?

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.77

Matching oral sounds with pictures

 

 

5

Reading

Phonemic awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Practice left-right eye movement with accuracy.

Isolate sounds in a word.

Learners sound and read words to practice left-eye movement (left – right orientation)

Learners are guided to isolate sounds in a word

Learners segment words that begin with similar sounds.

How do we make these sounds?

Word charts, sounds from the environment  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.78

Learners read sounds, syllables and words paying attention to pronunciation.

 

 

4

Writing

Syllable, word, and sentence formation

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

write commonly used syllables, words, and sentences

Develop an interest in forming words and simple sentences

Learners should form words by blending syllables individually, in pairs and groups (blend, segment, fill in blanks)

Learners practice word formation by participating in word games

How are words formed?

Pencil, book, flash cards, word puzzle

 

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.81-82

Build word family

 

 

5

Listening

Phonological Awareness

By the end of the sub-strand, the learner should be able to:

Recognize and sound the commonly used letter sounds and syllables

Appreciate the sounds and syllables in rhymes, songs, poems, tongue twisters and riddles.

Learners segment, blend and produce initial, middle and final sounds (use colors and objects in their surrounding)

Learners listen to letter sounds and the syllables formed from them (depends on each language)

What produces the sounds we hear?

Sound recordings, a collection of riddles and tongue twisters, resource persons.  

KLB Visionary English Literacy Activities Grade 1 pg.83-84

oral questions

 

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