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Traditional Subject Area: English Language Kindergarten

Knowledge and Skills

Vowels and Consonants

The student applies the pronunciation skills to identify the vowels and the consonants, their differences and their application in the sentences. Also, the student pronounces words starting with the vowels through identification of the plants and animals which their meanings begin with the vowels sounds. Consequently, the student applies the location and the alphabetical order of the vowels and the consonants.

Students Expected to: (A) Write and pronounce the alphabetical letters

B) Identify the vowels in the alphabetical letters

C) Identify the consonants and pronounce effectively in the alphabetical letters.

Arts Subject: Literature Kindergarten

Knowledge and Skills

Reading, Writing and Identification of pictures in books

The student should read texts written in the board and produced in numerous modalities. Common examples of the modalities include the prints, visual, multimodal and the film. The student creates expression of thoughts through engagement in reading, interpretation, evaluation and comprehension. The engagement entails using the letters and word s to picture with the real image of an object. Also, interpretation is the use of the real imagination to determine the function of the object read and identified. Though evaluation, the student creates normative approaches to cognition and the determination of the books and its purpose in learning.

The student is expected to: A) Choose the book he or she likes in literature learning

B) Be able to analyze, interpret, and identify the critical ideas

C) To provoke conversation and create a sheer reading enjoyment.

Method of I will use in Teaching English Vowel and Consonants

I will write all the vowels and create an environment where the student can identify the letter and its coincidence with the image or the object. Using the three dimensional objects, I will ensure that the student is equipped with the knowledge of identifying the objects and the letters in written format. The identification will enable the student to memorize the letter and the sounds hence creating a pedagogical cognition of writing, pronunciation and reading the two letter words. Also, I will introduce the vowel sounds in the simple words like cat, met, tot and cup. Consequently, I will direct the student to blow the air out of the month without closing the teeth and mouth and practice the actual pronunciation of the vowel.

Moreover, I will apply several techniques of teaching the consonant sounds to enable the student to differentiate between the vowels and the consonants. The first techniques get based on giving the student the bingo board then show the pictures of the words as I direct the student to pronounce the sound. The student should name each letter covered by the sound. To enable the student to have in-depth understanding of the methods of pronouncing the consonant, I will direct the student to block the air using the teeth, tongue, and lips and practice pronouncing the consonants in the alphabets.

Methods I will use in teaching Literature

Teaching literature to the student requires the determination and the comprehensive use of variety of the learning materials. As such, I will dictate the classroom time for reading. I will also allow the student to have self-selection of the book used in the literature. Consequently, I will enable the student to have the plan for the reading and the reason for reading. Through the use of the language based approach, I will effectively enable the student to have creative interpretation of the language used in literature. Also, the use of information based approach will enable the student to identify the correct mechanism of identifying the theme of the reading book.

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