Introduction of the Unit Words that Rhyme Why rhyme words? Where can rhyme be found? What are words that sound the same? What is rhyme? How can you tell words that rhyme? Comprehend the meaning of simple written selections, using prior knowledge, letter/sound relationships and picture clues Obtain connotation from picture clues Derive meaning from illustrations/print using prior knowledge/experience Develop meaning from print using sound/symbol relationships Understand the meaning of simple survival word/pictures Label objects/pictures. Apply letter/sound relationships as emergent writers Listen and respond to stories, poems, and age appropriate music At the end of the unit, the students will be able to; Recognize (by sound) words that rhyme Identify (by sound) words that rhyme Visualize the word in picture form and draw the picture that symbolizes the word Compare 2 words to a key word and choose the word that rhymes with the key word Copy, paste and insert pictures and words and make a short poem by using Windows Movie Maker (with adult assistance) Perform the short poem and view the PowerPoint slide In this unit, teacher will bestow what is rhyme and where can we found it. Teacher will go aboard knowledge in the phase of phonemic awareness through songs, nursery rhymes and many excellent poems. Teacher will create slideshow and audio presentations by choosing of words that rhyme, in that method children would love to participate and learn the words that rhyme. The final output of the students would be a short poem and they will work that through Windows Movie Maker and after that they will have poem delivery to the whole classroom. By the end of the unit, children will not merely learn what rhyme is but they would also be able to distinguish and know appropriate use of words that rhyme. The first week will serve as the introductory of the whole unit. In preparatory for the unit, the teacher will show a PowerPoint presentation of different nursery rhymes and poetry from other books. Two nursery rhymes will be sang and acted by the students each day. The table below shows the schedule of the nursery rhymes to be performed. Day Nursery Rhymes Monday Head, Shoulders, knees and toes. Eency-Weency Spider Tuesday Mulberry Bush Three Little Ducks Wednesday Mary had a little lamb Wheels on the bus Thursday At the Zoo My Mother Friday Time to rise A child’s evening prayer After that enjoyable activity, there will be an assessment and they will use different worksheets. On the second week, the teacher will present the concept of rhyming words. On the first day, a PowerPoint presentation will be presented to the class. Afterwards, a worksheet will be given to the students as an assessment. An assignment will be given to the students to be submitted and performed the next day. On the second day, each student will perform their researched poem. On the third day, the teacher will present in class a video presentation of various poems. After which, an oral recitation will be conducted as an assessment. On the fourth day, an interactive quiz will be given to the class. On the fifth day, the students will be asked to write a draft of the poem that they will be submitting as a final output. The third week will be allocated for the poetry making using Windows Movie Maker. On the first day, the teacher will check the draft of each student. A self-assessment checklist will be given to each student after their draft has been checked. On the second day, the teacher together with the teacher aides will demonstrate the proper usage of Windows Movie Maker. On the third day, a hands-on activity will be done for the children to be familiarized with the program. The fourth and fifth day, will be used by the class to create their final output. The first to fourth days, shall be used for the final output presentation. A rubric for the final presentation will be used. The fifth day will be allotted for the awarding ceremony of the class. Certificates for the performance will be handed out.