Letter Identification UPPERcase for Adult ESL

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by Rike Neville

Price: 300 points or $3 USD

Subjects: ela,phonologicalAwareness,sightWords,englishSecondLanguage,reading,foundationalSkills

Grades: 0

Description: When you have true beginners in your adult ESL class, and they need to work on the alphabet, finding something that is level AND age-appropriate can just about take forever plus your whole weekend, right? That's where this deck comes in. Each card has the entire alphabet, in alphabetical order. Students will hear a letter. They must locate the letter and click on it. They may click on the audio icon to listen to the letter again and again if they want. NOTHING is cutesy! I created this for adult learners (this is also appropriate for secondary aged students). This will NOT appeal to young learners. The consonants have a blue background. The vowels have a purple background. The letter "y" has a blue background, but the letter itself is the same color as the vowels. Please be sure to examine the font in the playable preview. I used "Levenium," which is almost identical to Century Gothic. I like this font because it resembles the font you see on most keyboards. Also, take note that I am American. I pronounce the last letter of the alphabet "zee," not "zed". Contact me if you need "zed." Check out my store for this same deck with lowercase letters instead or the combo deck that has both. Be sure to check out my other alphabet decks created just for adult ESL!