Hands-on Reading & Spelling Materials for Phonics Interventions by Syllable Type

Hands-on Reading & Spelling Materials for Phonics Interventions by Syllable Type
Hands-on Reading & Spelling Materials for Phonics Interventions by Syllable Type
Hands-on Reading & Spelling Materials for Phonics Interventions by Syllable Type
Hands-on Reading & Spelling Materials for Phonics Interventions by Syllable Type
Hands-on Reading & Spelling Materials for Phonics Interventions by Syllable Type
Hands-on Reading & Spelling Materials for Phonics Interventions by Syllable Type
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This product contains ready-to-use, phonics-based materials suitable for interventions or small-group instruction, if desired! You may use these materials as your primary resource for phonics interventions, or you may use them as supplemental materials along with your current phonics program. The phonics rules represented for each syllable type and skill are based on the Orton Gillingham approach for phonics instruction. The materials are organized according to syllable type, and ALL syllable types are included!

For each syllable type, you will find the following items to support your instruction:

* A visual reference poster to support your instruction and foster student memory with mnemonic devices. (When applicable, these posters may also be cut and used as drill cards as well, depending on your classroom needs.)

* Reading application exercises at the word level with touch-points for decoding

* Reading application exercises at the word level without touch-points to foster independence.

* Reading application exercises at the sentence level with a variety of formats from poems, basic sentences, rhymes, and pyramid-style passages to promote fluency. These reading exercises provide students with opportunities to interact with the text through highlighting, word identification, and brief writing tasks as well!

* Read-and-spell practice pages that provide students with an immediate opportunity to apply phonics skills in spelling, while scaffolding with visual support for phonemes and a self-assessment option.

The following skills are included within this product:

1. Short Vowels in CVC Words

Syllable Type: Closed Syllables

Skills (in order): CVC words with a, i, o, e, u

2. Short Vowels, Consonant Digraphs, and –tch Trigraph

Syllable Type: Closed Syllables

Skills (in order): Digraphs –ck, ch, th, wh, sh

-tch

3. Short Vowels with Consonant Blends

Syllable Type: Closed Syllables

Skills (in order): Beginning L Blends, R Blends, and S Blends

-ank, -ink, -onk, -unk (Teach as GLUED sounds)

Ending Blends: -st, -sk, -sp, -nt, -mp, -nd, -lk, -ft, -lp, -lt, -pt, -ct

4. Long Vowel Spellings

Syllable Type: Open Syllables

Skills (in order): a, e, i, o, u as long vowel sounds

5. Long Vowel Spellings

Syllable Type: Magic E

Skills (in order): Magic E words with a, e, i, o, u

6. Long Vowel Spellings

Syllable Type: Vowel Teams

Skills (in order): ie, ai, ay, ow, oa, oe, ee, ea, ie, ey

7. R-Controlled Vowels

Syllable Type: R Controlled (or Bossy R)

Skills (in order): ar

or

er/ir/ur (Teach /ir/ together.)

8. Diphthongs

Syllable Type: Diphthongs

Skills (in order): oo, oi, oy, ou, ow, au, aw,

9. Consonant-le Endings

Syllable Type: Consonant-le (C-le)

Skills (in order): -ble, -dle, -fle, -gle, -kle, -ple, -tle, -zle

10. Additional Skills

Syllable Type: A closed syllable with an exceptional long vowel sound

Skills (in order): “Wild Old Words”

i or o followed by –nd, -ld, -st usually makes the vowel long

* Please view the preview file for a more thorough visual representation of the materials within this product.

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Decode multisyllable words.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Recognize and read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words.
Decode regularly spelled two-syllable words with long vowels.
Know spelling-sound correspondences for additional common vowel teams.
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