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					                            Letter-Name Alphabetic
                             Word Study Schedule


Day 1
Objective:
The learner will be introduced to words that are a part of the word family, “ip”.

Manipulate the Content:
Students will generate ten words with beginning consonants, consonant digraphs, and the
phonogram using their flipbooks. Students will read and spell each of their words orally.

Closure:
The students’ words should be written on chart paper and displayed in the classroom.

Independent Work:
Graphic Organizer



Day 2
Objective:
The learner will apply their understanding of the word family, “ip” to create more words.

Manipulate the Content:
The learner will work with a buddy. Each child will practice reading their words from
their flipbook. Then, each student will record the words in their word study notebook.

Closure:
Check the spelling of the words that the students recorded in the notebooks. They can
buddy check their words or you can check with them.

Independent Work:
Provide students with other consonants, consonant blends, and consonant digraphs to
create real and pseudo words. The students can record the additional words in their word
study notebooks.
                                Letter-Name Alphabetic
                                 Word Study Schedule

Day 3
Objective:
The learner will understand the meaning of their words, and how to use their words in
context.

Manipulate the Content:
Display clozure sentences on a chart. The students will choose the correct word to
complete each sentence.

I saw a ________ in the water.              Don’t _____ your chair.

____ your coat because it is cold.          Shake your _____ to the music.

_____ the cream for dessert.                Did he ____ his pants?

Take a _____ of the drink.                  Don’t lick your _____.

I like to eat a potato _____.               I like to eat carrots with ______.

Closure:
Read sentences orally to check syntax and semantics.

Independent Work:
Students will record completed sentences into their word study notebooks. Students may
illustrate the sentences, too.


Day 4

Objective:
The learner will continue to develop and apply their understanding of the phonogram,
“ip”.

Manipulate the Content:
Game

Closure:
Students can reflect on how the game helped them learn.

Independent Work:
Read all of your “ip” words to your partner from the word study notebook.