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Syllabic Analysis 2.0

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Mac Stevens

on 15 February 2013

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Transcript of Syllabic Analysis 2.0

Let's Analyze Syllables :) Syllabic Analysis Syllabication: The Generalization Approach Now the Pattern Approach Multisyllabic Patterns Additional Practice Student Strategies How I Know, What I Know Is the division of words into syllables. In reading, words are broken down into syllables phonemically, according to their sound. (Rather than orthographically, according to the rules foverning end-of-line word division.) 1- Introducing the Syllabic Pattern(s)
2- Presenting the -it Patters(s) and selecting a model word
3- Formulating a generalization
4- Guided Practice
5- Application
6- Evaluation and Review
7- Extension Sing Easy Affixes:
Compound Words:
Closed-syllable Words:
Open-Syllable words:
Vowel Digraphs:
Other Patterns: 1) See if the word has any prefixes or suffixes.
2) Put the syllables together.
3) See if the word makes sense in the sentence.
4) Last resort, use a dictionary or ask the teacher
. . . or google it:)
Gunning, T. G. (2012). Creating literacy instruction
for all students. (8th ed., pp. 247-258). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.
(Our Textbook) 1) Easy Affixes
2) Compound Words
3) Two Consonants Between two Vowels
4) One Consonant between two vowels
5) The Ending le.
6) Two vowels together Sort Hard Books ab sent super vs. supper play-ing, quick-ly base-ball, any-one rab-bit, let-ter ba-by, ti-ny es-cape, do-nate a-gree, sea-son cir-cle, sir-loin Attacking Multisyllabic Words Source(s)
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