Excellent lesson using a multisensory approach for students to learn and internalize the spelling generalization "add "e" to one-syllable words ending in s, v, and z."
There are a variety of activities to select based on student needs.
Page 1/2: Title page and information
Page 3: Spelling Generalization and words for oral reading
Page 4: Write the rule in a multisensory way
Page 5: Controlled Reading Activity
Page 6: Reading passage focused on spelling generalization (add e to a one-syllable word when the word ends in s, v, and z.
Page 7: 4 by 6 Square Connect. This activity supports working and long term memory; and processing speed development
Page 8: Write sentences using words created from the 4 by 6 Square Connect
Page 9: Word Search (optional)
Page 10- Phonemic Awareness
Page 11: Answer Key
This lesson requires teacher introduction, discussion and modeling, followed by student independent or partner development.
If you find this spelling lesson to be valuable, then you would benefit from previewing another spelling generalization - the doubling rule!
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The Doubling Rule
Another lesson that provides students with another important additional spelling is:
-age Spelling Generalization/Rule
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Interested in more lessons to review? Below are a variety of lessons for a variety of students you may be working with every day, all different needs and lessons to support each student!
Ending Consonant Blends
Consonant Digraph "ch"
Closed Syllable Type
Open Syllable Type
Syllable Types Graphic Organizer
"re- "prefix unit
cle - Syllable Type
CLE Syllable Type
Closed Syllable and VC/CV
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M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)