Phonics III Within Word Patterns

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Please sit in groups of four
(each person should have a partner)
Phonics Instruction III:
Short and Long Vowel Patterns
Open & Closed Syllables
Talkers, Whiners, and Much More!
Matching Spelling Stages and Reading
Stages to Likely Error Patterns
kit (kite)
runing (running)
lOEO~~OllOAOo~~
TD (today)
frend (friend)
Emergent
Emergent Reader
Early Letter Name
Within-Word
Beginning Reader
Late Letter Name
Syllables/Affixes
Transitional Reader
Reviewing Phonics Terms and
Sequence of Instruction – WTW p. 161 –
Word Study Instruction for
Letter-Name Alphabetic Stage
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Phonemic Awareness
Phonics (Letter-Sound Correspondence)
Consonants
Short Vowels and Word Families (rimes) – CVC words
> same short vowels and then mixed-vowels
• Consonant Blends and Consonant Digraphs
• Mixing Blends, Cons. Digraphs, and CVC words
• Schwa; R-Controlled Vowels (ar, or > later ir/er/ur)
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
Grade 1 Common
Long Vowel Patterns
Grade 2 Less Common
Long Vowel Patterns
Long a
a-e (cave), ai (rain), ay (play)
ei (eight); ey (prey)
Long e
ee (green); ea (team); e (me)
ie (chief); e-e (theme)
Long i
i-e (tribe); igh (sight); y (fly)
i following by nd/ld
(mind/child)
Long o
o-e (home); oa (float); ow (grow)
O Is followed by 2
consonants (cold, most)
Long u
u-e (flute); oo (moon); ew (blew)
ue (blue); ui (suit)
How do you know if the vowel is
SHORT or LONG??
There are some common patterns,
involving types of syllables and
location of vowel in relation to other
letters in the word
You know two patterns already…
Common Short & Long Vowel Patterns
CVCe (Silent/Magic e)
• cap >> cape
• But why???
kit >> kite
Closed
Open
Magic e
Bossy R
Two Vowels
Talkers
Whiners
C + le
Memory/Sight Words
ran
read
get
hot
tried
terrible
he
mouth
nice
little
my
claws
table
ti-
her
books
for
came
-ger
play
made
What’s the rule??
Closed
get
ran
????
Open
hot
Bossy R
Two Vowels
Talkers
Whiners
for
her
he ???? my
ti-
????
-ger
play
read
tried
mouth
????
Magic e
came????
made
nice
C + le
little
????
claws
table
books
terrible
Memory/Sight Words
What’s the rule??
Can you generate another
word for each pattern?
Key phonics terms for Teachers
• Consonant blend: 2 or more letters – you can
hear each letter sound [bl] …
• Consonant digraph: 2 or more letters that make
one different sound [sh] …
• Vowel digraph: 2 vowels that make one long
vowel sound [ee] … [Vowel Team]
• Vowel dipthong: 2 vowels that make one new
vowel sound [ou; oi; oo; au; aw] [Whiners]
• R-controlled digraph: a vowel followed by an r
[Bossy r]
Syllasearch
• Meet the words > Find the syllables > Collect
the words
• OR with older students:
– Create as many words as you can
– Create as many nonsense words as you can
yes
bust
hol
i
struc
t
low
ro
dent
tial
in
ter
day
HOMEWORK
• For Thursday:
• Work on your photo journals
• Study for quiz on Phonics
• For Later:
• Photo Journal Due (March 6 or March 18)
• Elementary Spelling Inventory (give and bring in
on March 25)
Closed
Open
Magic e
Bossy R
Two Vowels
Talkers
Whiners
C + le
Memory/Sight Words

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