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Tricky Words Group 6 e-Flashcards

Added: 09 Jul 2017 Contributor: S Hogan Resource type: Assessment / Presentation

A PowerPoint presentation of the sixth group of 10 JP tricky words (non-decodable high frequency words).
Words covered are: could, should, would, right, two, four, goes, does, made, their.
Electronic Flashcards - The slides automatically change so the teacher can move around the room whilst this is playing.
Each slide transitions to the next with a simple suction sound and a visual transition effect. Applause plays at the end of the presentation to reinforce learning.

How it maps to the curriculum

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English

Strand: Reading

Strand unit: Competence and Confidence in Using Language

Suggestions for use: Use this presentation to revise 10 high frequency non-decodable 'tricky' words, Can be used as a transition activity between lessons. This resource could also be used as an assessment tool. Students could take turns to work with the teacher, reading each word as it appears whilst the teacher records responses.

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  • Asset type: Presentation
  • Language: English
  • Rights: Attribution-Noncommercial Creative Commons
  • Cost: No
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