Working With Cut-up Sentences Each day during literacy lesson, Jacob writes a sentence. You’ll notice that I copy it onto a strip of paper and cut it apart. Sometimes I cut words apart to develop his ability to see “chunks” in words. He then works to put the sentence back together again before rereading it. I like to go to school. I like to go to school . Each evening, you can help Jacob at home by doing the following: 1. Listen to him read the complete sentence from the envelope. If he has forgotten the sentence, read it to him and have him repeat it. 2. Watch him put the cut-up pieces in the correct order. He may do this with or without the envelope as a guide. 3. After the sentence is put back together, ask him to check against the sentence on the envelope and reread it. 4. Please do not use the words as flashcards or expect him to read them without the entire sentence.
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