What does your phonological awareness routine look like?

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  1. ms.pekkle

    ms.pekkle Rookie

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    Feb 17, 2014

    Does anyone use Treasures reading curriculum?

    I find that I take too long during the daily read aloud. I feel like I ask too many questions, and the students take too long to answer. I also am doing a terrible job in actually teaching and applying the weekly reading skill and strategy.

    For Treasures, the weekly read aloud book is only read aloud twice. The other days there's a read aloud from another big book that has different genre selections and an anthology book (student's listen, no pictures).

    I found a great resource online that breaks down the whole group reading activities. I may just use that. It's not a part of Treasures though.

    What do you all do for comprehension activities after weekly read aloud in kindergarten?

    Also, do you all incorporate the Treasures station flip charts?

    Thank you!
     
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    Phonological awareness and reading a story aloud are two completely different things....Which one are you asking about?
     
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    ms.pekkle Rookie

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    The read aloud. I edited my post and title, but it didn't update.
     
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    Oh, okay........
     

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