Prepared by: NIHAYMA P. MACASINDIL Ph.D. in Mgt. - I OBJECTIVES Identify speech sounds s and sh in the initial position of the word. Recognizes words using spelling patterns with consonant blends in the initial position Associate names of objects/pictures with their printed symbols. Procedure Preliminary Activity What are rhyming words? I will say a pair of words, touch your nose when you hear words that rhyme. cat – hat see - be mix – cap star - car hip – dip book - nook Lesson Proper 1. Allow the pupils to say the name of each pictures with you. shell sign seat saw sort short shoes sip shine ship 2. Ask individual pupils to use each word in a sentence and let the class repeat the sentences given. 3. Encourage pupils to repeat the sound of the letters while you underline them giving emphasis on how the sounds of s and sh differ. Application Arrange the letters to make words with /sh/ sound. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. hpsi wsoh fshi sdih scah ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. rshu awhs sellh apesh inesh _______ _______ _______ _______ _______ Evaluation Find F G S H E L L H the words with sh sound in the puzzle. I V H X D I S B S O I T R D B A H L P O U G Z E S Q C A S H T S H M N B H M Y H O I L P Y N S A W L W A S H O P C R A S H E S E Assignment Practice 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. reading these sentences. Underline correctly the words having s and sh sounds. I saw a shell along the shore. She sells seashells in the seashore. That sign will shine in the dark. May I have a sheet of paper? She stayed in the shade to see the show. A. Olivarez, et. al., Lesson Plan in ENGLISH – 2, 2012 Edition. Reeve Book Supply, Manila, 2012. Everyday English for Grade 2, 2008.