Flash cards or phonic pages
-Teacher points to the letters oi . Teacher says: "What sound does oi make?" Student says the phonics sound "oi " three times. Note any rules that may be associated with this phoneme (see Phonic pages for individual phonic sounds).
2. Writing: Use 1/2 " writing paper (See Resource List : Writing).
-Read family words such as boil, oil,
and toil..., etc. Pronounce each word slowly while the student writes each word. For
example: Teacher says: "b" "oi" "l" . Student writes: boil .
-Write each family word on lined paper.
-Next to each word write the word's phonetic spelling.
-Write the rule for this phonic sound.
-Write a sentence with each family
-For reinforcement, complete the
phonic worksheet that correlates with today's lesson.
-Have the student complete the lesson in the reader and workbook that correlates with the phoneme that you studied in today's lesson .
6. Extra Activity: Choose one of the suggested extra activities such
as Phonic Scrabble. (See Phonics: Extra Activities in SOW Curriculum for more learning activities)
If the oi sound is heard at the end of the word, it is spelled oy, not oi.
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