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1 Unit #9 Skills: ss, ll, ff, zz Introduce Sounds 1. Display the flash card for each of the following sounds (one at a time): ss, ll, ff, zz 2. Say each sound aloud. Call attention to how each sound is made (i.e. position of lips, position of tongue, position of teeth, etc.) 3. Say each sound aloud again slowly as you model writing the sound with your index finger in the air. 4. Have students say the sound aloud as they write the letters with their index fingers on the table in front of them. 5. Review all sounds by holding up the flash cards one at a time. Use the I ll say, We ll say, You ll Say method. Tell students, I ll say the sound first on my own. Listen carefully to the sound. Now we ll say the sound together. Then you say the sound on your own. Construct Words 1. Pass out Word Construction Tiles to each student. You will need the letters: i, m, o, w, f, h, k, p, a, s, t, j, ss, ll, ff, zz 2. Choose a word from the Words to Spell section below. Say the word aloud. Repeat the word slowly. Ask students what vowel sound they hear in the word. Have students place the corresponding letter tile in the center of their desks. Repeat the process with the beginning and ending sounds. Choose other words from the Words to Spell section. Repeat. Do not choose a word from the Sight Words section. Sight words do not sound out. Words to Spell miss off will fill hill kiss pass stiff jazz Sight Word(s) Have students use their arm and index fingers to spell out the sight word. See unit #1 for instructions. you Phonics Instruction Guide Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

2 Sentences to Read and Write 1. Jill said to pass the doll. 2. You have to fill the bag. 3. Will you miss him? 4. The lid is off of it. Decodable Phonics Stories to Read Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9 Additional Unit Resources Danco Flash Cards (Unit #9) Danco Phonics Sentences (Unit #9) Danco Spelling Practice (Unit #9) Word Construction Tiles (Unit #9) Special Sound Cards (Unit #9) Danco Fluency Chart (Unit #9) Danco Sentence Strips (Unit #9) Danco Sentence Strips (Unit #9) Phonics Slip Strip (Unit #9) Tell The Story of ss Show the Special Sound Card for ss and tell students this story: Suzie and Sarah are identical twins. That means they look exactly the same. Suzie is the girl on the left. She is the bossy one. She does all the talking. Sarah never gets to speak when they are together. So, instead of hearing both of them make the s sound, Suzie is the only one who speaks. Sarah stands next to Suzie, but she doesn t make a sound. Tell The Story of ll Show the Special Sound Card for ll and tell students the same story as above with Lucy and Linda. Tell The Story of ff Show the Special Sound Card for ff and tell students the same story as above with Frank and Fred. Tell The Story of zz Show the Special Sound Card for zz and tell students the same story as above with Zack and Zig. Teach the Rule: ss, ll, ff, and zz come at the end of words. Phonics Instruction Guide Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

3 Phoneme Boxes Have students line up 3 laminated 2 x 2 construction paper squares (different colors) near the top of their desks. Say the word, kiss aloud slowly. Students repeat the word, kiss. Have students pull down each sound they hear as they say the sounds/phonemes aloud. Ask students how many sounds they hear in the word, kiss. [There are three phonemes: /k/, /i/, and /s/] Please Note: Phonemes are the smallest parts of sound in spoken language. The English language has about 41 phonemes. Phonemes can be individual letters or combinations of letters. For this lesson, the double consonants make only one sound. The phoneme for the double consonant ss, for example, is /s/. Have students move the colored paper squares back to the top of their desks and repeat the steps above with these words, by saying: Pull down the sounds you hear in the word, miss Pull down the sounds you hear in the word, fill Pull down the sounds you hear in the word, off Pull down the sounds you hear in the word, jazz Pull down the sounds you hear in the word, mill Pull down the sounds you hear in the word, pass Pull down the sounds you hear in the word, hill Pull down the sounds you hear in the word, doll [There are three phonemes: /m/, /i/, and /s/] [There are three phonemes: /f/, /i/, and /l/] [There are two phonemes: /o/, and /f/] [There are three phonemes: /j/, /a/, and /z/] [There are three phonemes: /m/, /i/, and /l/] [There are three phonemes: /p/, /a/, and /s/] [There are three phonemes: /h/, /i/, and /l/] [There are three phonemes: /d/, /o/, and /l/] Phonics Instruction Guide Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

4 Phonological Awareness Activities Rhyming Say, Tell me a word that rhymes with will. [fill, still, mill, hill] Blending Say the sounds: /t/, /a/, /k/ aloud while you put up one finger for each sound. Have students put up a finger for each sound/phoneme they hear in the word tack. Students should hold up their thumb for /t/, their index finger for /a/, and their middle finger for /k/ as they say each sound/phoneme. Repeat two more times (faster each time). Then have students close their hands into a fist and say the word, tack aloud. Follow the steps above for these words: Substitution Teacher says: /p/, /a/, /s/ Students say: /p/, /a/, /s/ /p/, /a/, /s/ pass Teacher says: /d/, /o/, /l/ Students say: /d/, /o/, /l/ /d/, /o/, /l/ doll Teacher says: /j/, /a/, /z/ Students say: /j/, /a/, /z/ /j/, /a/, /z/ jazz Teacher says: /f/, /i/, /l/ Students say: /f/, /i/, /l/ /f/, /i/, /l/ fill Teacher says: /o/, /f/ Students say: /o/, /f/ /o/, /f/ off Teacher says: /m/, /i/, /l/ Students say: /m/, /i/, /l/ /m/, /i/, /l/ mill Say the word, pass aloud to your students. Have the students repeat the word aloud. Say, Now switch the beginning and ending sound in, pass. What s the word? Students say, sap aloud. Don t focus on the spelling of these words. The idea is to have students manipulate the sounds orally (not in writing). Follow the steps above for these words: Teacher says: mill. Students repeat: mill Students switch the sounds and say: limb Teacher says: pill. Students repeat: pill Students switch the sounds and say: lip Teacher says: kiss. Students repeat: kiss Students switch the sounds and say: sick Isolation Say the word, miss aloud to your students. Ask students, What is the middle sound you hear in the word, miss? [/i/] kiss What is the ending sound you hear in the word, kiss? [/s/] mill What is the beginning sound you hear in the word, mill? [/m/] pass What is the middle sound you hear in the word, pass? [/a/] off What is the ending sound you hear in the word, off? [/f/] fill What is the beginning sound you hear in the word, fill? [/f/] Phonics Instruction Guide Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

5 Special Sound Cards Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

6 Special Sound Cards Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

7 Special Sound Cards Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

8 Special Sound Cards Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

9 ss off kiss doll ll will pass mill ff fill stiff hiss zz hill jazz pill you miss Jill said to pass the doll. You have to fill the bag. Will you miss him? The lid is off of it. Flash Cards Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

10 ss zz off Unit #9 Unit #9 Unit #9 ll miss will Unit #9 Unit #9 Unit #9 ff you fill Unit #9 Unit #9 Unit #9

11 hill stiff mill Unit #9 Unit #9 Unit #9 kiss jazz hiss Unit #9 Unit #9 Unit #9 pass doll pill Unit #9 Unit #9 Unit #9

12 Jill said to pass the doll Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9 You have to fill the bag Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9 Will you miss him? 2007 Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

13 The lid is off of it Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9 Will you kiss a doll? 2007 Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9 The dog is at the mill Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

14 Word Construction Tiles Words to Construct miss off will fill hill kiss pass stiff jazz doll t m a k w i o h zz ff sp f s j ss ll d t Word Construction Tiles Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

15 Danco Fluency Chart Unit #9 Directions: Set a timer for one minute. Read the following list of words aloud as quickly and as accurately as you can. Read from left to right. Record how many words you read correctly at the bottom of this page. Repeat two more times. The purpose of this activity is to increase reading fluency. you miss off will fill 5 pass doll pill hiss jazz 10 kiss mill stiff hill still 15 you miss off will fill 20 pass doll pill hiss jazz 25 kiss mill stiff hill still 30 you miss off will fill 35 pass doll pill hiss jazz 40 kiss mill stiff hill still 45 you miss off will fill 50 pass doll pill hiss jazz 55 kiss mill stiff hill still 60 you miss off will fill 65 pass doll pill hiss jazz 70 kiss mill stiff hill still 75 you miss off will fill 80 pass doll pill hiss jazz 85 kiss mill stiff hill still 90 you miss off will fill 95 pass doll pill hiss jazz 100 By signing below, I am acknowledging that my child has read the list above aloud to me three times. 1 st Try 2 nd Try 3 rd Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Words Words 1 st Try 2 nd Try 3 rd Words Words 1 st Try 2 nd Try Words Words 1 st Try 2 nd Try Words Words Try Words Try Words Try Words Try Words Parent/Guardian Signature: Parent/Guardian Signature: Parent/Guardian Signature: Parent/Guardian Signature: 3 rd 3 rd Danco Fluency Chart Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

16 Spelling Words Sounds: ss, ll, ff, zz miss off will fill hill kiss pass stiff jazz Sight Word: you Dictation Sentences Jill said to pass the doll. You have to fill the bag. Will you miss him? The lid is off of it. Spelling Words & Dictation Sentences Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

17 Name Date Trace the Word miss Write the Word Write the Word Mark the Vowel Sound. off will fill hill Spelling Practice Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

18 Name Date Trace the Word kiss Write the Word Write the Word Mark the Vowel Sound. pass stiff jazz you Spelling Practice Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

19 Name Date Directions: Read each sentence out loud. Trace over each dotted sentence. Write each sentence on your own. Draw and color a picture for each sentence. Jill said to pass the doll. Jill said to pass the doll. You have to fill the bag. You have to fill the bag. Phonics Sentences Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

20 Name Date Directions: Read each sentence out loud. Trace over each dotted sentence. Write each sentence on your own. Draw and color a picture for each sentence. Will you miss him? Will you miss him? The lid is off of it. The lid is off of it. Phonics Sentences Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

21 Danco T M Phonics Readers Written by Dan Clarke, M.ed Unit #9 Skills: ss, ll, ff, zz 2007 Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

22 Jeff s Mill Jeff has a mill. Jeff can fix dolls at his mill. Jeff can fix the top of pots. Jeff can fix a mass of quills. Jeff s mill is on a hill. Jeff s mess can fill his mill Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

23 A Kiss Can Mom have a kiss? Can Bill and Will have a kiss? Can Jill s doll have a kiss? Will Jeff miss a kiss? Can Miss Pitt have a kiss? A quick kiss? Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

24 Fizz Will s pop has fizz! Fizz! Fizz! The top of the pop is off. Will s cat licks the pop top. The fizz quits. The cat will not lick the fizz Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

25 The Sniff Biff got a sniff of a bass. Biff s cat, Bill, got a sniff of the big bass on the dock. Bill ran to the bass on Biff s rod. Bill can not pass the bass. Bill licks his lips Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

26 Miss Jazz Miss Jazz, can you hop? Miss Jazz can hop. Can Miss Jazz buzz? Miss Jazz can buzz. Can Miss Jazz hiss? Miss Jazz can hiss. Hiss, Miss Jazz! Hiss! Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

27 Have You? Have you got a big, stiff lip? Have you got a big bass? Have you got a dog on the dock? Have you had a kiss? Have you got a mass of cats? Have you got a hot dog? Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

28 Questions 1. Where is Jeff s mill? (Page 1) 2. What does Miss Pitt want? (Page 2) 3. What does the cat lick? (Page 3) 4. Why does Bill lick his lips? (Page 4) 5. What can Miss Jazz do? (Page 5) Danco Phonics Readers Unit #9

29 Phonics Slip Strip Unit #9 wi fi hi do mi pi CUT THIS PART OUT Bi Ji ki ll Glue Phonics Slip Strip Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

30 Phonics Slip Strip Unit #9 mi ki hi CUT THIS PART OUT pa ba ss Glue Phonics Slip Strip Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

31 Phonics Slip Strip Unit #9 sti o mu CUT THIS PART OUT whi ff Glue Phonics Slip Strip Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

32 Name Date Danco Phonics Support Unit #9 Directions: Choose a word from the box to complete each sentence. Write the word on the line. you off will fill pass 1. the pot to Bill. 2. Miss Jazz have a job on the dock. 3. the pot on the dock. 4. The cat is of the socks. 5. can sniff Bill s pig. Directions: Choose a word from the box to complete each sentence. Write the word on the line. doll pill hiss stiff hill 6. Jeff s dog is on the. 7. Will Mom kiss the? 8. It can at you. 9. I said it was. 10. Sam said the was his. Danco Phonics Support Unit # Danco Phonics Readers

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