This is a very useful lesson. This multisensory lesson focuses on open syllables; and can be a follow up lesson after teaching closed syllable type. There is a script to present this lesson; and the script includes a review of closed syllables. There is additional practice for students to have more opportunities to develop the skill, open syllable.
Students who develop the ability to identify the different syllable types are stronger decoders, which leads to stronger reading skills. When students have developed each of the seven syllable type concepts, their reading fluency will typically improve because they are not "stuck" figuring out the word. Why? They have the strategies to actually decode....
The multisensory packet on "open syllable" includes:
Page 1 - Title Page
Page 2- Informational page
Page 3 - Phonemic Awareness Activity to introduce multisensory lesson.
Page 4 - Teacher script to present the new concept to students
Page 5 - Multisensory lesson that includes the concept of an open syllable with a word list to "code."
Page 6 - Controlled reading - sentence format
Page 7 - Writing Activity
Page 8- Practice page to develop saying what an open syllable is for increased comprehension and internalization of concept.
Page 9 / 10 - Reading passage
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If you would like to view the closed syllable lesson before teaching the VC/CV pattern, go to:
Know the Code - Closed Syllable Type
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Syllable Types Graphic Organizer
Do you work with struggling middle and high school students? Then, please view the multisensory lesson listed - it is another pathway to reading development using prefixes. When a prefix is presented, it is presented as a "whole" syllable" which reduces the need to sound out each letter. Further, this approach will support more words in upper grade text books. Click on the link below to preview:
"re- "prefix unit
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