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Old 08-10-2019, 04:13 AM
 
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I am moving from grades 4-5 to grades K-2. I am wondering if someone has a simple 1-2 page “guide” or thoughts on the best order/ progression to teach phonics sounds. I would like something to refer to and “check off” as students master each step. Something like...

1. Identify letters and letter sounds
2. Digraphs sh, ch, th, wh, ph
3. Blends sl, tr, bl, dr, ...(include all)
4. Silent e
5. Vowel teams ai, ea, ee, ..(include all)

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Old 08-10-2019, 06:16 AM
 
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In the class where I volunteer, after letter sounds, the teacher teaches blending the sounds to read cvc words.
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This is really close to the sequence I've seen with both the All About Reading and Barton System.

http://www.stoswaldsdurham.net/wp-co...f_phonemes.pdf

You also might want to check out this thread:

http://www.proteacher.net/discussion...ad.php?t=14543
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Google "RTI MENU, HENRY COUNTY". It is a 400+ per document that could provide the guidance you're looking for. There are all kinds of resources that could making your planning and documentation easier. BTW, IT'S FREE!
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Thank you for that resource, RetiredKat! I will definitely use it this year.


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I've only used the sight word unit and found it very easy to use. Great for tutors since very little training is needed and materials are at a minimum. AND IT'S FREE!!!

I purchased the sight word unit (in book form) from Amazon just to see if it was different but it's exactly the same.
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Thanks RetiredKat
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What a great resource! I often have new tutors ask me for ideas in working with their tutees. This is perfect! Actually, I could have used this with my RTI groups before retiring.Thank you.
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You're welcome!

What amazes me is that Dr. Santos and Henry County have allowed all of us access. It seems fewer and fewer really fabulous resources are easily available. The Texas Reading 1st homework folders for K-3 are a great resource for tutors working on fluency and comprehension. They are DIBELS passages with questions. Each pdf is approximately 90 pages. They are also FREE!!! I found out about these a number of years ago from another PTer.
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Thanks again RetiredKat
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Yes our grades 1 and 2 have been using these for a couple of years ( from PT also). Another great free resource!
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These are wonderful resources and I can't wait to use them!! Thank you for sharing


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Sharing these with the teachers at my school has been a double edged sword. For the last few years, as a volunteer at my school I have had the "honor" to run off copies for the entire second grade! Thank goodness they haven't asked me to collate the sets! Yet!!!
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Awesome!
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Thank you s much for a nice resource! I may be getting a PK to 4th grade class in a tiny school. I find out on Wednesday evening
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