Phonics II Long Vowels

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Explicit & Systematic Phonics Instruction:
Short & Long Vowels,
Consonant Blends & Consonant Digraphs
Schedule Update
• Feb. 27: Review Lit Journal Format - Reminder – take
photos! Literacy Photo Journal due March 6
• March 4: Phonics Part III – Vowel Teams, Open &
Closed Syllables
• March 6: Quiz on Phonics and Photo Journal Due (OR
have due March 18 – 1st day back from Spring Break)
• March 25: Spelling Inventory Due (conduct with child
before this date and bring results to class) – will
review in class on Feb. 27
Review Assignments
• Word Study Demonstration Activity
– Sign up for a topic on the list
– Draft due March 6 (topic and word lists)
– Lesson due April 1
• Model the Activity
• Questions?
PURPOSE: To move children through early reading stage and move
from letter-name alphabetic stage to within word stage of spelling
Objectives – You will be able to:
• Identify short and long vowel sounds and
generate keywords to help recall these sounds
• Identify best way to move from teaching short
vowel sounds to long vowel sounds and
discuss activities to practice
• Define consonant blend and consonant
digraph and give several examples of each
Letter-Name Alphabetic Spelling Stage
(WTW, Ch. 5)
• Early LetterName Alphabetic
• Middle LetterName Alphabetic
FT for float
• Late LetterName Alphabetic
BD for bed
DRIV for drive
SEP for ship
LOP for lump
STEK for stick
Moving back from spelling to…
• Phonics Instruction
– Consonants
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Hear the consonant sound
Pair sound with letter and letter name
Hear at beginning or end
See at beginning or end
– Short vowels
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Hear the vowel sound
Pair sound with letter and letter name
Hear in the middle or beginning
See at beginning or end (place in word pockets)
ĕ
ă
ĭ
oo
Ŏ
ŭ
ar
ir
ou/ow
oi /oy
ah
Sort
Short vowel
I
Long vowel
Oddball
cat
tide
pig
cook
man
rug
be
lake
hi
rope
by
fox
cube
fir
bed
tar
Sort
Short vowel
Long vowel
cat
I
fox
pig
by
tide
bed
be
rug
lake
man
hi
What patterns do
you notice?
Now…
Generate another
rhyming word
for each
rope
cube
Oddball
cook
tar
fir
CVC > CVCe
• What’s the easiest way to concretely
introduce how each vowel makes both a short
and long sound?
• Hid > hide; mat > mate;
• Can you think of others? Make a list.
• Activities to practice??
Silent E
Consonant Combinations
BLUE
SHOE
Oddball
steak
globe
crop
shell
chair
ship
plate
dragon
star
white
flag
cheese
cube
thin
whale
What do you notice about each group?
BLUE
steak
dragon
ship
Oddball
cube
plate
globe
star
crop
flag
SHOE
thin
shell
chair
whale
white
cheese
Consonant blend:
groups of two or three
consonants where you
hear each sound
Cons. Blend
BLUE
steak
Oddball
cube
dragon
ship
plate
globe
star
crop
flag
Cons. Digraph
SHOE
thin
shell
chair
whale
white
cheese
Consonant digraph:
Two consonants
that combine to
make one sound
Transformer H
Two and three letter consonant combinations
at the beginning and end of words
Homework: Read WTW (Ch. 6)
Within Word Spelling Stage
USING
• Early Within
Word
• Middle Within
Word
• Late Within
Word
CONFUSING
Consonants, blends,
digraphs; short vowels
CVC; r-controlled vowels
in CVC words ; sight words
Silent letters in Long vowel
patterns; unique endings
(-k, -ck, -ke); Ambiguous
vowels (aught)
All of above; plus CVCe,
CVVC, unique endings,
And common ambiguous
vowel patterns
Less common ambiguous
vowel patterns; -ed at the
end of words
All of above; plus longvowel patterns and rcontrolled vowel patterns
Consonant doubling; edrop; changing y to I
Word Study for Within Word Pattern Spelling
• WTW p. 206-7: Table 6.1 and Table 6.2
• Common Long Vowel Patterns (CVCe, CVVC)
• Less Common Long Vowel Patterns (Vowel Teams)
– Gr. 1 Common a = a-e (cave), ai (rain), ay (play)
• Gr. 2 Less Common a = ei (eight); ey (prey)
– Gr. 1 Common e = ee (green); ea (team); e (me)
• Gr. 2 Less Common e = ie (chief); e-e (theme)
– Gr. 1 Common i = i-e (tribe); igh (sight); y (fly)
• Gr. 2 Less Common i = i following by nd/ld (mind/child)
– Gr. 1 Common o = o-e (home); oa (float); ow (grow)
• Gr. 2 Less Common o = followed by 2 consonants (cold, most)
– Gr. 1 Common u = u-e (flute); oo (moon), ew (blew)
• Gr. 2 Less Common u = ue (blue); ui (suit)

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