If you are a teacher with a lesson on teaching compound words, you may have to come up with a savvy, clever and fun lesson. Most of your lesson on teaching compound words will depend highly on what grade you are teaching. Below are a few lesson plans for you to use during your lessons on teaching compound words. Each of these basic lessons are for a second grade English/language arts class. With the subject being, of course, compound words.
Materials and instructions will be listed below, instead of the entire formatted version. You will need to come up with your own objectives, and goals for your students.
Construction paper or colored paper, (colored index cards if you preferred), pictures or index cards of compound words, markers.
Write out the compound word on the chalk board. You should have more than one, so perhaps you should write out a few of them on the board for all of your students to see.
Students will have had compound word quizzes in the past and should be very prepared for their compound word activities.
Worksheets will be printed out for students to work on. These worksheets will have compound words on them and should be colorful. The fonts should be rather large and rounded. These fonts need to be fun and appealing to the students.
You will find that students will begin to enjoy learning about compound words. They will better be able to use their knowledge of compound words into their writing. It can be a very helpful lesson to learn especially when you are an adult.
Your lesson on compound words needs to be fun and challenging. Without the fun factor no one would want to listen to any lessons whatsoever.