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PATRICK'S PHONICS CURRICULUM

 

 

 

(Bubble Boy's 2009 Phonics)


Lesson 01:Start Sounds.This is the first lesson I teach when it comes to phonics. It teaches the students eight alphabet letter sounds by using a mnemonic technique that I have entitled, "Start Sounds".

 

Lesson 02:Finish Sounds. This is the second phonics lesson I teach. But like lesson one's Start Sounds, Finish Sounds lesson teaches the students eight sounds that are located at the end of saying alphabet letters slowly.

 

Lesson 03:No Sounds. This is the third phonics lesson in the BubbleBoy Phonics 2009 curriculum. This is an important lesson for the students because this is where the students learn voiceless sounds, which there are none in the Japanese language.

 

Lesson 04: Guru-Guru Sounds. This is the fourth phonics lesson in the BubbleBoy Phonics 2009 curriculum. Guru-Guru is Japanese and it is that viberation sound in the throat that signals a sound is voiced vs. voiceless.

 

Lesson 05-6:Big Test & Magic E. This is the fifth and sixth phonics lesson in the BubbleBoy Phonics 2009 curriculum. I use the "Big Test" as a conglomeration review and then proceed to teach the Magic E rule.

 

Lesson 07:Usotsuki Mother. This is the seventh phonics lesson in the BubbleBoy Phonics 2009 curriculum. Formally, the phonics rule being taught is called 'short vowel' but I have renamed it Usotsuki Mother. Usotsuki means lying in Japanese.

 

Lesson 08:Shiin Mixes, part 1. This is the seventh phonics lesson in the BubbleBoy Phonics 2009 curriculum. Shiin means consonant in Japanese. Students practice eight different consonant blends.

 

Lesson 09:Shiin Mixes, part 2. Shiin means consonant in Japanese. In lesson 8, students practiced eight consonant blends. For this lesson, they practice nine more consonant blends.Shiin means consonant in Japanese. In lesson 8, students practiced eight consonant blends. For this lesson, they practice nine more consonant blends.

 
Lesson 10:Shin Mixes, part 3.Shiin means consonant in Japanese. In lesson 8 & 9, students practiced 17 consonant blends. For this lesson, they practice 10 more consonant blends.

(2008) Worksheets w/ Explanations


No Clue Test: No-experience-with-phonics quiz

Lesson 01: Beginning Sounds

Lesson 02: Ending Sounds

Lesson 03: Begin & End (review)

Lesson 04: Voiceless Sounds

Lesson 05: Voiced Sounds

Lesson 06: Voiceless & Voiced (review)

Lesson 07: The Big Test (review 2-7)

Lesson 08: Magic E

Lesson 09:Usotsuki Mother

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