RED BUNDLE/Vol 1: Breaking the Big Words: Syllable Division Sets 1-7 (VC/CV)

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    Syllable Pattern(s): VC/CV

    Syllable Types: ALL (Cl, Op, ME, VP, BR, C-le)

    # of Activity Sets: 35

    # of Activities: 105

    ⛓ Find us on @MorganLearning

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    This is the first and RED Bundle of the “Breaking the Big Words” Syllabication Activity Series. This bundle contains the first seven activity sets of “Breaking the Big Words.” This activity series provides scaffolded, research-based instruction on dividing syllables, identifying syllable types, and generalizing the skills to decode words and sentences. Perfect! for small groups, differentiation, and intervention!

    The Activity Sets focus specifically on a single syllable pattern and one or more syllable types. This, the first and Red Bundle, introduces the VC/CV syllable pattern with each syllable type (closed, open, silent-e, r-controlled, vowel pairs, and consonant-le).

    This set includes strategies for navigating consonant blends and digraphs when dividing syllables. Visual, anchor words are used on each activity sheet and on posters to remind students of strategies and placement of each label.

    Visual, anchor words are included on the activity sheet and in posters to remind students of strategies and placement of each label.

    To generalize the skills to reading, on the same activity sheet, students break words (slash between syllables) BEFORE reading a word list to practice the informal “break” strategy with words and DURING reading sentences.

    Sight words are controlled in the series and are consist only of PrePrimer and Primer Dolch words.

    Each Activity Set of BREAKING THE BIG WORDS employs

    • three levels of scaffolding,
    • embedded differentiation,
    • a strong visual component,
    • developmentally scaffolded activities, and
    • an Instructional framework (Scope and Sequence).


    Breaking the Big Word Series

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    VOLUME 1: VC/CV Syllable Pattern ⛏ 

    VOLUME 2: V/CV Syllable Pattern

    VOLUME 3: VC/V Syllable Pattern

    VOLUME 4: V/V Syllable Pattern


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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print.
    Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by page.
    Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.
    Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
    Demonstrate understanding of spoken words, syllables, and sounds (phonemes).


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