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Letter Quest
Arrange Letters in Alphabetical Order

Prerequisite Skill

None Assigned

Materials and Preparation

  • Guided Practice Worksheet: Arrange Letters in Alphabetical Order 

  • Independent Practice Worksheet: Arrange Letters in Alphabetical Order 

  • Letter cards (G, M, T)

Learning Objectives

Students will arrange letters in alphabetical order by following the sequence of the alphabet.

Introduction (5 minutes)

Begin with a question: "Can you put these letters in ABC order?" Show three letter cards (G, M, T) and emphasize the key idea that alphabetical order follows the sequence of the alphabet.

Explicit Instruction/Teacher modeling (10 minutes)

Learn with an Example: Display the alphabet, emphasizing the order from A to Z. Show the example: "Look at the alphabet. Find the letters F, A, and W." Demonstrate the solution: "The letter G goes first. The letter M goes second. The letter T goes last."

Guided Practice (5 minutes)

Distribute the Guided Practice Worksheet: Arrange Letters in Alphabetical Order. Allow students to work in pairs or small groups, circling the letters in alphabetical order. Use the letter cards for reference.

Independent Practice (10 minutes)

Distribute the Independent Practice Worksheet: Arrange Letters in Alphabetical Order. Instruct students to independently circle the letters in alphabetical order. Monitor and assess for misconceptions and intervention issues.

Differentiation

Support

Provide additional support for students facing misconceptions during support activities, reinforcing the concept of alphabetical order.

Extension

Offer extension activities for those who grasp the concept quickly, such as introducing more letters for alphabetical arrangement.

Assessment (5 minutes)

Evaluate student understanding through observations during guided and independent practice, as well as through the exit ticket.

Review and closing (5 minutes)

Summarize the importance of arranging letters in alphabetical order for foundational reading skills. Reinforce the key learning points.

Misconceptions

Some students may struggle with determining the placement of letters in the middle of the alphabet.

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