Discuss with students that irregularly spelled words must be memorized because you cannot sound out each letter in a word. Introduce different sight words with irregular spelling. Go through three ways of learning irregularly spelled words with students. The first is to read them aloud, the second is to spell the word while looking at it, and then to practice spelling the word that you hear. Remind students that by memorizing these irregularly spelled words you become a better reader. In the next set of slides, a selection of irregularly spelled words are given. Students are asked to identify the words by circling them in the box and then to place them correctly in a given sentence. This is repeated with three sets of words. Review the words given and remind students that the reason they are memorizing these words is that they cannot sound out the word by saying each of the letter's sounds.