1 Introducing Letter Sounds to Children in Meaningful Contexts St Peter s Catholic Kindergarten Teachers: CHENG Yuk-ying, LIU Sin-ting Supporting officer: CHUANG Yau-ka, Lydia
2 St Peter s Catholic Kindergarten
3 Opportunity/Problem identified in exposing children to letter sounds K1 story books: How to introduce letter sounds of isolated words? How to create a story to help children retain what they have learned? How to introduce other word examples as the story books provided only one word example of each target letter sound? K2 and K3 story books: When can the children apply their knowledge of letter sounds if the learning focus was mainly on the vocabularies and sentences?
4 Objectives of the case study Teachers reviewed their school English language plan and suggested to introduce the letter sounds through K2 and K3 storybooks. The objectives were to provide a more meaningful context for children to learn letter sounds provide more word examples for children to understand how they can transfer the phonics knowledge in new situation consolidate children s knowledge of lettersound relationship in a fun way
5 Work plan Tryout Period: Apr 2009 Apr 2010 Teachers involved: Two project teachers Classes involved: K2 and K3 classes Strategies adopted: Shared Reading and Storytelling
6 Implementation Teachers introduced 14 letter sounds through Shared Reading (Materials: the core story books, Caterpillar Series) 2 letter sounds through Storytelling (Materials: SKEL team s pilot Max s Adventure English Letter Story Series) Teachers reinforced the letter sounds through songs, games, art and craft and real-life experience activities
7 2009/10 K2 English plan Book Title 1 st Term 2 nd Term Letter sound and word examples Book Title Letter sound and word examples The Zoo / The Picnic /d / (juice, jam, jelly) /s/ (sausages, salad) Off To School /k/ (cup, coat) /b/ (bag, book, box) Happy Easter /h/ (how, happy) /l/ (let s, long) Baby Ben /b/ (baby, ben) Dressing Up /f/ (fun, fireman) Ho! Ho! Ho! /j/ (you, yo-yo) Water Everywhere /w/ (water, window) The Double-decker Bus What s that sound? /t/ (to, top) /n/ (not, no) /b/ (baby, boom-ba) Total: 16 letter sounds (K2 and K3) Letter sounds in black: Introduced through shared reading activities of the core series of story books Letter sounds in grey: Reinforced through shared reading activities of the core series of story books
8 2009/10 K3 English plan Book Title I Can 1 st Term 2 nd Term Letter sound and Book Title Letter sound and word examples word examples /t/ (turn, to, today) Into Town /m/ (motor, mothers) /h/ (hop, head) /b/ (bicycle, bell) The Parade /b/ (boy, bell) /p/ (piggy, people) /g/ (go, girl) Popcorn is popping! /p/ (popcorn, popping) The Mouse And The Giraffe /ks/ (box, ox) /g/ (goat, got) Spring Is Here /k/ (come, coat) The Salad /s/ (salad, sauce, some) Down In The Sea /s/ (sea, see) /d/ (dolphin, dancing, down) /l/ (little, long, looking) Max likes marshmallows /m/ (Max, marshmallows) What A Very Hot Day! /d / (jelly, juice) Total: 16 letter sounds (K2 and K3) Letter sounds in black: Introduced through shared reading activities of the core series of story books Letter sounds in grey: Reinforced through shared reading activities of the core series of story books Letter sounds in blue: Introduced through storytelling activities (English Letter Story Series)
9 Shared reading activity Letter H Class Level: K2 Book Title: Happy Easter
10 Game Letter H Easter Egg Hunt provided a meaningful context for children to identify the words beginning with letter h by sight.
11 Game Letter H
12 Game Letter H Children were prompted to say the words beginning with letter h together when checking the answers.
13 Shared reading activity Letter C Class Level: K3 Book Title: Spring is Here
14 Game Letter C It provided ample chances for children to say the target letter sound in context.
15 Shared reading activities Teachers brought children s attention to the word examples in the texts. Teachers guided children to identify and name the beginning letters. Teachers introduced the letter sounds and helped children develop the concept of letter-sound correspondence.
16 Art and craft activities It provided ample chances for children to say the target letter sound while tracing the target letter. It helped children remember the word that begins with the target letter.
17 Art and craft activities
18 Art and craft activities
19 Storytelling Letter P Video-clips (8 mins)
21 Storytelling The teacher emphasised and repeatedly said the target letter sound when telling the story. Children were motivated to pronounce the target letter sound with the story characters naturally. Children became familiarised with the target letter sound when they were repeatedly exposed to it. After listening to the story, the teacher related the letter sound to the print of the letter explicitly using the word examples in the story.
22 Real-life experience activity Letter P Video-clip Making popcorn (1 min) The activity Making popcorn provided chances for children to listen to and imitate the target sound /p/ (popping sound).
23 The activity Tasting hot chocolate with marshmallow motivated children to say /m/ yummy after they tasted the drink.
24 Songs Reading the lyrics and singing the songs helped children consolidate the letter-sound relationship. Children were asked to frame the words that began with the target letter in the song. It offered children chances to use their phonics knowledge.
25 Song Letter M
26 Tongue Twister Children were invited to read the words on the bricks very quickly. They found the tongue twister very challenging for them. It provided a purpose for children to practise saying the words with beginning sound /g/ in a fun way.
27 Teachers reflection and learning The children loved stories more and were more interested in letter sounds. Introducing letter sounds through stories helped the children retain what they had learned, as the children could easily associate the letter sound to the story or the word examples in the story.
28 Teachers reflection and learning Inviting the children to suggest other word examples helped them reactivate their prior knowledge and transfer the phonics knowledge to new situations. Fun-filled extended activities were very useful to help children reinforce the lettersound relationship.
29 Teachers reflection and learning The Max s Adventure - English Letter Story Series (ELSS) was very effective : The main characters were appealing and funny. The storylines were related to the children s daily-life experience. The children could be easily engaged in imitating the target letter sounds as the stories provided meaningful contexts.
30 Way Forward From the 2011/12 school year onward, the teachers would continue to use story books and the ELSS for introducing letter sounds through shared reading and storytelling activities at the K2 and K3 level.
31 2011/12 K2 English Plan 1 st Term 2 nd Term Story Title Letter Letter sound and word examples The Zoo / / The Picnic Jj Ss Off To School Cc Bb /k/ (cup, coat) /b/ (bag, book, box) Baby Ben Bb /b/ (baby, ben) The Great Hamburger Story Title Letter Letter sound and word examples /d / (juice, jam, jelly) /s/(sausages, salad) Max is quacking Qq /kw/ (quack) Max is itchy! Ii / / (itchy) Happy Easter Hh Ll / / /h/ (how, happy) /l/ (let s. long) Ho!Ho!Ho! Yy /j/ (you, yo-yo) Dressing Up Ff /f/ (fun, fireman) Kenny makes the funny sound! The Double-decker bus What s that sound? Kk /k/ (Kenny) Mr. Noisy s Helpers Tt Dd Nn Bb /t/ (to,top) /d/ (double, decker) /n/ (not, no) /b/ (baby, boom-ba) The hairdryer is very loud! / / Vv /v/ (very) Water Everywhere Ww /w/ (water, window) Letter sounds in black: Introduced through shared reading activities of the core series of story books (17 letter sounds in total) Letter sounds in grey: Reinforced through shared reading activities of the core series of story books Letter sounds in blue: Introduced through storytelling activities (English Letter Story Series) (9 letter sounds in total)
32 2011/12 K3 English Plan 1 st Term 2 nd Term Story Title Letter Letter sound and word examples Story Title Letter Letter sound and word examples I Can Tt Hh /t/ (turn, to, today) /h/ (hop, head) Into Town Mm Bb /m/ (motor, mothers) /b/ (bicycle, bell) Eric does the exercise Ee /e/ (Eric, exercise) Sorry, I m busy! / / The Parade Bb /b/ (boy, bell) Spring Is Here Cc /k/ (come, coat) Pp Gg /p/ (piggy, people) /g/ (go, girl) The Mouse And The Giraffe Xx Oo Gg /ks/ (box, ox) / / (ox, on) g (goat, got) Down In The Sea Ss Dd Ll /s/ (sea, see) /d/ (dolphin, dancing, down) /l/ (long, looking) Max is roaring! Rr /r/ (roaring) What A Very Jj /d / (jelly, juice) Hot Day! Bees are in the zoo Zz /z/ (zoo) The North Wind / / and The Sun The Salad Ss /s/ (salad, sauce, Up goes the Uu / / (up, umbrella) some) umbrella! Maggie wants an apple! Aa / / (an, apple) Letter sounds in black: Introduced through shared reading activities of the core series of story books (17 letter sounds in total) Letter sounds in grey: Reinforced through shared reading activities of the core series of story books Letter sounds in blue: Introduced through storytelling activities (English Letter Story Series) (9 letter sounds in total)
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