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- Included in this Bundle: · 5 Power Point Lessons · 1 Worksheet with 15 words to practice word division before final Power Point lesson. · 1 Final QuizThis bundle of 5 Power Point lessons is designed to teach students 13 rules for dividing words into syllables. The first 4 presentations includes the$15.00$20.00Save $5.00
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Power Point Lesson 1
Target - "I can accurately divide 2-syllable words."
Lesson Focus - 5 Rules for Dividing Words into Syllables
Guided Practice - 25 words
Exit Ticket - 10 words
Slides - 62
This lesson focuses on the first 5 rules for dividing words into syllables. Each rule is given along with example words. This is followed by guided practice and an exit ticket. After the exit ticket, the lesson gives you the choice to end the lesson, give the answers to the exit ticket without an explanation, or give the answers with a detailed explanation as to the rules used to divide the words.
Syllabication Rules Covered in this Lesson
- A one syllable word is never divided.
- When two or more consonants come between two vowels in a word, is it divided between the first two consonants.
- Do not divide words between consonant blends or consonant digraphs.
- When a word has a ck or an x in it, the word is usually divided after the ck or x.
- A compound word is divided between the two words that make the compound word.
Check out the Bundle!
- 5 Power Point Lessons
- 1 Worksheet with 15 words to practice word division before final Power Point lesson.
- 1 Final Quiz
I try to create power points that are not too overwhelming to students. I keep the transitions and animations fairly basic, and I use large font. It is important to me that my presentations do not distracting the learning with too much on a screen or too much movement. I also want kids to easily be able to read the text even those in the back of the room.
Please let me know if you find any typos or transition/animation problems. I will promptly correct the error. I go over and over these but sometimes I miss some thing.
I hope this can be of use to you in your teaching!