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Lesson Plan: C K Rule

Grade: Senior KG (4-5 years old)

Subject: Phonics

Duration: 30 minutes

Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to understand and apply the C K Rule when spelling words with the /k/ sound at the end.

Materials: - Whiteboard or chart paper - Markers - Flashcards with words ending in /k/ sound (e.g., duck, sock, lock) - Video resources (links provided below) - Worksheet resources (links provided below)

Introduction (5 minutes): 1. Greet the students and have a brief discussion about the /k/ sound. 2. Show a few flashcards with words ending in /k/ sound (e.g., duck, sock, lock). 3. Ask the students if they notice anything similar about the words. 4. Explain that today, they will learn a special rule called the C K Rule, which helps them know when to use ‘c’ or ‘k’ at the end of words.

Lesson Outline (15 minutes): 1. Write the C K Rule on the board: “When the /k/ sound comes at the end of a word, we use ‘ck’ after a short vowel sound.” 2. Explain that a short vowel sound is the sound a vowel makes in words like cat, dog, pig, etc. 3. Provide examples of words that follow the C K Rule (e.g., duck, sock, lock) and write them on the board. 4. Practice saying the words together as a class, emphasizing the /k/ sound at the end. 5. Show flashcards with words that do not follow the C K Rule (e.g., cake, bike, rake) and explain that these words have a long vowel sound before the /k/ sound. 6. Practice saying the words together as a class, emphasizing the long vowel sound before the /k/ sound. 7. Use the flashcards to play a game of sorting words into two categories: C K Rule and Non-C K Rule words. 8. Repeat the game a few times, encouraging students to explain why they sorted the words in a particular way.

Questioning (5 minutes): 1. Ask the students questions to check their understanding: - What is the C K Rule? - When do we use ‘ck’ at the end of a word? - Can you give an example of a word that follows the C K Rule? - Can you give an example of a word that does not follow the C K Rule?

Assessment (5 minutes): 1. Distribute a worksheet (link provided below) to each student. 2. Instruct them to circle the words that follow the C K Rule and cross out the words that do not. 3. Walk around the classroom to observe and assist students as needed.

Differentiation: 1. For students who need extra support, provide additional examples and practice opportunities during the lesson. 2. For students who grasp the concept quickly, challenge them to come up with their own words that follow or do not follow the C K Rule.

Plenary (5 minutes): 1. Recap the C K Rule and its application. 2. Ask a few students to share their favorite word that follows the C K Rule. 3. Congratulate the students on their understanding and effort.

Video Resources: 1. “The C K Rule” by Kids vs Phonics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XjgHEctcy0 2. “The C K Rule” by Jack Hartmann: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XjgHEctcy0

Worksheet Resources: 1. “C K Rule Worksheet” by Education.com: https://www.education.com/download/worksheet/105682/c-k-rule-words.pdf 2. “C K Rule Worksheet” by Have Fun Teaching: https://www.havefunteaching.com/resource/phonics/c-k-rule-words-worksheet/

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Lesson Plan: C K Rule

Grade: Senior KG (4-5 years old)

Subject: Phonics

Duration: 45 minutes

Objective: By the end of the lesson, students will be able to understand and apply the C K Rule when spelling words with the /k/ sound at the end. They will also be able to identify and explain the exceptions to the C K Rule.

Materials:
- Whiteboard or chart paper
- Markers
- Flashcards with words ending in /k/ sound (e.g., duck, sock, lock)
- Flashcards with words that do not follow the C K Rule (e.g., cake, bike, rake)
- Video resources (links provided below)
- Worksheet resources (links provided below)

Introduction (10 minutes):
1. Greet the students and have a brief discussion about the /k/ sound.
2. Show flashcards with words ending in /k/ sound (e.g., duck, sock, lock).
3. Ask the students if they notice anything similar about the words.
4. Explain that today, they will learn a special rule called the C K Rule, which helps them know when to use 'c' or 'k' at the end of words.
5. Introduce the C K Rule: "When the /k/ sound comes at the end of a word, we use 'ck' after a short vowel sound."
6. Provide examples of words that follow the C K Rule (e.g., duck, sock, lock) and write them on the board.
7. Practice saying the words together as a class, emphasizing the /k/ sound at the end.

Lesson Outline (20 minutes):
1. Review the C K Rule and the examples from the introduction.
2. Show flashcards with words that do not follow the C K Rule (e.g., cake, bike, rake) and explain that these words have a long vowel sound before the /k/ sound.
3. Practice saying the words together as a class, emphasizing the long vowel sound before the /k/ sound.
4. Write the non-C K Rule words on the board and underline the long vowel sound.
5. Discuss the exceptions to the C K Rule, such as words with a 'k' at the end after a consonant (e.g., milk, desk) or words with a 'c' at the end after a consonant (e.g., picnic, frolic).
6. Provide examples of these exceptions and write them on the board.
7. Practice saying the exception words together as a class, emphasizing the /k/ sound at the end.
8. Use the flashcards to play a game of sorting words into three categories: C K Rule, Non-C K Rule, and Exceptions.
9. Repeat the game a few times, encouraging students to explain why they sorted the words in a particular way.

Questioning (5 minutes):
1. Ask the students questions to check their understanding:
- What is the C K Rule?
- When do we use 'ck' at the end of a word?
- Can you give an example of a word that follows the C K Rule?
- Can you give an example of a word that does not follow the C K Rule?
- Can you give an example of an exception to the C K Rule?

Assessment (10 minutes):
1. Distribute a worksheet (link provided below) to each student.
2. Instruct them to complete the worksheet by filling in the missing letters to complete the words and categorizing them into C K Rule, Non-C K Rule, or Exceptions.
3. Walk around the classroom to observe and assist students as needed.

Differentiation:
1. For students who need extra support, provide additional examples and practice opportunities during the lesson.
2. For students who grasp the concept quickly, challenge them to come up with their own words that follow or do not follow the C K Rule, including exceptions.

Plenary (5 minutes):
1. Recap the C K Rule, the exceptions, and their application.
2. Ask a few students to share their favorite word that follows the C K Rule or an exception word.
3. Congratulate the students on their understanding and effort.

Video Resources:
1. "The C K Rule" by Kids vs Phonics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XjgHEctcy0
2. "The C K Rule" by Jack Hartmann: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XjgHEctcy0

Worksheet Resources:
1. "C K Rule Worksheet" by Education.com: https://www.education.com/download/worksheet/105682/c-k-rule-words.pdf
2. "C K Rule Worksheet" by Have Fun Teaching: https://www.havefunteaching.com/resource/phonics/c-k-rule-words-worksheet/