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Syllabication, 01/10/2018

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GOAL!
Learning Objective
Janaury 10, 2018

© 2018 hssparrow
Wednesday's Wonderful Words
Jan. 2018
Warm-up
Five-minute Writing
Choose one word to describe these three images and explain your choice.
Share & Respond
Wed. Jan. 10, 2018
Root Word of the Day:

Essential Question:
How do you divide a multi-syllabic word?
Vocab
syllabication
(syl-lab-i-ca-tion)
the process or method of dividing words into syllables

synonyms:

Mini-Lesson
Wed., Jan. 10, 2018
1. Read: "Dr. Dre Biography"
2. Complete: Active Reading Strategy
Questions about last night's homework?
3 pictures, 1 word
Previewing a Text Booklet
pre-reading
during reading
after reading
Syllables
5 Rules of Syllabication
How do you attack unfamiliar words?
Quick steps to syllabication
Common Syllable Types
Vocab Stuff
crat-
meaning "rule"
democracy
aristocrat
bureaucracy
Vocabulary Acquisition and Use
 

LAFS.1112.L.3.4 
Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grades 11–12 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies. 

Learning Standard
Closure
List the four basic
rules of syllabication
"
Structural Analysis -
Syllabication
"

university
photosynthesis
exacerbation
industrialization
conflagration
personification
veterinarian
u-ni-ver-si-ty (5)
pho-to-syn-the-sis (5)
ex-ac-er-ba-tion (5)
in-dus-tri-al-i-za-tion (7)
con-fla-gra-tion (4)
How many syllables is each word?
You must
MEMORIZE
these!
1.
Every syllable must have a vowel!
A • an • be • I • can

2. Every syllable has
one vowel sound
.
b
e
b
ee
b
ea
t

3. The number of
vowel sounds
equal the number of syllables.
kite = 1 common = 2 syllable = 3
(vce)

4. Never divide a one-syllable word.

5. Never divide consonant blends and digraphs.
rest-ing reach-ing

Type your word in the search box
When you come to a multi-syllabic word while reading, what do you usually do?
skip the word
make a substitution
You must
break words into syllables
to help you decode them.
1.
Two Consonants Between Two Vowels
When a vowel sound in a word is followed by two consonants, the word is
usually divided between the two consonants
Ex: bon•net ad•ven•ture mas•cot



2.
One Consonant Between Two Vowels
When a vowel in a word is followed by one consonant, that consonant usually
begins the next syllable
Ex: bro•ken to•ma•to poi•son



3.
Consonant Before Final “le”
When the last syllable ends in “le” preceded by a consonant, that consonant
usually begins the last syllable
Ex: spar • kle bi • cy • cle
1. Underline each vowel or vowel team.
(cross out the silent “e”)

2. Box any prefixes or suffixes.

3. Circle any root words.

4. Divide word using rules and patterns.
I'll do one
word from the "I Have a Dream" speech
segregation
1. Underline each vowel or vowel team.
(5) (4 sounds!)
(cross out the silent “e”)
2. Box any prefixes or suffixes.
(tion)
3. Circle any root words.
(seg)
4. Divide word using rules and patterns.
seg-re-ga-tion
word from the "I Have a Dream" speech
tranquilizing
1. Underline each vowel or vowel team.
(4) (4 sounds!)
(cross out the silent “e”)
2. Box any prefixes or suffixes.
(trans- -ing)
3. Circle any root words.
(quil)
4. Divide word using rules and patterns.
We'll do one together
tran-quil-iz-ing
word from the "I Have a Dream" speech
L. languishing • oppression

R. inextricable • emancipation
1. Underline each vowel or vowel team.
(cross out the silent “e”)
2. Box any prefixes or suffixes.
3. Circle any root words.
4. Divide word using rules and patterns.
YOU do a couple
Share and Respond
word from the "I Have a Dream" speech
L. lan • guish • ing

op • pres • sion

R. in • ex • tri • ca •ble

e • man • ci • pa • tion
1. Underline each vowel or vowel team.
(cross out the silent “e”)
2. Box any prefixes or suffixes.
3. Circle any root words.
4. Divide word using rules and patterns.
YOU do a couple
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