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Sequence of Phonics Instruction

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Transcript of Sequence of Phonics Instruction

Kindergarten
Kindergarten & 1st Grade
1st Grade
Ist grade
1st Grade & 2nd Grade
2nd grade & 3rd grade
2nd grade & 3rd grade (continued)
3rd grade and beyond...
Sequence of Phonics Instruction
LL ED 401
/b/, /d/, /f/, /m/, /n/, /p/, /s/, /t/
Letter-sound matching
ID initial/final consonant
Substitutions
Beginning
End of K
Beginning
Less common
consonants
Short vowels
ID
CVC
pattern
/g/, /h/./j/, /k/, /l/, /q/, /v/
/w/, /x/, /y/, /z/
ID initial/final
consonants,
letter sound
matching
substitutions
/a/ = cat
/e/ = bed
/i/ = pig
/o/ = hot
/u/ = cut
ID sounds &
match to letters
dad, men, sit, hop, hut
Read & spell
CVC-pattern words
More common consonants
Midyear
Consonant
blends
Phonograms
Consonant
digraphs
mainly /_l/ and /_r/
/bl/, /cl/, /fl/, /gl/, /pl/, /sl/
/br/, /cr/, /dr/, /fr/, /gr/,
/pr/, /tr/, /str/, /st/, /sp/
ID & blend
initial/final
consonant sounds
/ch/ = chop
/sh/ = wish
/th/ = bath
/wh/ = when
ID consonant digraphs,
match sounds to letters,
read & spell words
not: dot, shot, spot
will: fill, pill, spill, still
Break CVC words
into onsets/rimes,
Use phonograms
to form new words
(word ladders)
End of year
Long vowels
CVCe pattern
Common long
vowel digraphs
/a/= name
/e/ = tree
/i/ = mice
/o/ = soap
/u/ = tune
ID long vowel sounds
& match to letters
game
ride
stone
drive
Read & spell
CVCe pattern
/a/ = ai (rain), ay (say)
/e/ = ea (reach), ee (sweet)
/o/ = oa (goat), ow (glow)
ID vowel sound
represented by common
long vowel digraphs,
read & spell words
Very end
Beginning
w
and
y
Phonograms
hard & soft
consonant sounds
window, yesterday
y = /i/ (by) or /e/ (baby)
ow = /o/ (snow)
ew = /u/ (grew)
Recognize when w and y
are consonants and when
they're vowels, ID sounds
they represent
woke: joke, poke, spoke
day: say, ray, gray
Divide long vowel
words into onsets
and rimes, use
phonograms to
form new words
g = girl (hard), gem (soft)
c = cat (hard), city (soft)
ID hard & soft sounds
represented by c and g,
read and spell words
using them
end
beginning
Less common
vowel digraphs
Vowel dipthongs
/o/ = al (walk), au (caught), aw (saw), ou (bought)
/a/ = ei (weigh)
/e/ = ey (key), ie (chief)
/i/ = ie (pie)
/oo/ = oo (good), ou (cloud)
/u/ = oo (moon), ew (new), ue (blue), ui (fruit)
ID sounds of less common vowel digraphs,
read and spell words using them
/oi/ = oi (boil), oy (toy)
/ou/ = ou (cloud), ow (down)
ID vowel dipthongs,
read and spell words
using them
less common
consonant digraphs
r
-controlled vowels
ph = phone
gh = laugh
tch = match
ng = sing, sang, song
ID sounds of less common
consonant digraphs, read and write
words using them
/ar/ = hair, care, bear, there, their
/ar/ = R (heart), (star)
/er/ = clear, deer, here
/or/ = born, more, warm
/ur/ = learn, first, work, burn
ID r-controlled vowel patterns,
read and spell words using them
WtW (emergent)
WtW (emegent)
transition (Letter Name)
WtW (Letter Name)
WtW (Alphabetic)
WtW (Within-Word)
WtW (Within-Word)
WtW (Within-Word)
WtW (Within-Word)
Early
Middle
Late
plural ending -s, -es
compound words
inflectional endings (-ed),
doubling (stopping)
E drop (skating)
final y to i, add -ed or -s (cried)

open/closed syllables
VCCV doublet at juncture (button)
VCCV different con. @ juncture (sister)
V/CV open w/ long vowel (bacon), (lazy)
VC/V closed w/ short vowel (pilgrim)
Vowel patterns in accented syllables
familiar vowel (beyond), (lonely), (toaster)
less familiar (fountain), (prepare), (laundry)
Final unaccented syllables (barber), (captain)
2 syllable homophone (pedal, petal, peddle)
2 syllable homograph (rebel v. rebel)
plurals (y to i change), (babies), (monkeys)
unusual plurals (goose to geese)
simple pre-fixes and base words
un (not-unock), re (again-remake)
dis (opposite-dismiss), in (not-indecent)
non (not-nonfiction), tri (3-tricycle)
mis (wrong-misfire), pre (before-preview)
uni (1-unicorn), bi (2-bicycle)
simple suffixes
-y (adj. like, tending toward: jumpy)
-ly (adv. like: gladly)
-er, -est (comparatives)
-ful (full of, like: graceful)
-less (without: penniless)
-ness (noun, condition: happiness)



WtW (Syllables & Affixes)
Affricate
Speech sound when the breath stream is stopped. Tip of tongue on roof of mouth. (Clutch), (Trip)
Dipthong
Complex speech sound beginning with one vowel sound and moving onto another w/in same syllable. oy (boy), oi (noise)
rime
Unit composed of vowel and any following consonants within a syllable. ag in (tag)
onset
Initial consonant
sound. /s/ (sun),
/sl/ (slide)
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