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Dolch Noun List | Cards | VIC Print
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PHONICS and WORD KNOWLEDGE
Foundation ACELA 1817
Year 1 ACELA 1821
Year 2 ACELA 1823
Year 3 ACELA 1886
IDEAS for Dolch Noun List
Originally, the 95 nouns were relevant to the young reader in the Dolch era. However, they can be easily adapted to areas of the curriculum: Listening and Speaking, Reading, Writing, Grammar and Spelling.
The following are a few ideas in which the Dolch nouns can be included in the class programme:
# Introduce the words in a meaningful way e.g. I saw a boat. Write short phrases e.g. article/adjective/noun or short descriptive sentences that contain a list noun
# Encourage students to create a personal dictionary in which they add meaningful nouns
# Arrange the cards in alphabetical order then read the words
# Read the words: excellent noun practice especially for ESL students
# Grammar: Use the noun list for ‘parts of speech’ activities
# Speaking and Listening: Talk about a selected noun topic. Use questions: Who? What? When? Where? Why? & How? Or De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats to prompt ideas and to ask questions. Great for impromptu talks.
# Play noun card games like:
WHAT AM I? Select a card. Student gives clues about the noun. Class provides answer
GUESS MY WORD: I begin with the letter … and end with the letter …. You will find me on a farm (Point: correct answer. Bonus point: Use the word in a sentence. Double points: correctly spell the noun).