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6 Syllable Types

Explore CVC, Open Syllable, Vowel Teams, etc. General overview of the six (or seven) syllable types.

Patrick Norris

on 27 April 2011

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Transcript of 6 Syllable Types

CVC CVC words are words that follow the pattern consonant-vowel-consonant. These are considered the simplest words and the starting point of many phonics programs (after some work on initial sounds). These words highlight the short vowels such as the a in cat, the e in bed, the I in fin, the o in top, and the u in sub. Bossy r 6 Syllable Types "Closed Syllable" Open Syllable Magic e e is silent... makes the other vowel say its name Vowel Teams Final Stable Syllable me, go, we, be, no and she boil, coat, fruit, head, out & rain ea, oa, ai, ee, ay, oe, ow/ou oo ble, fle, tle, dle, gle, kle, ple, zle ar, or, er, ir, ur Consonant + le Final (silent) e R-controlled
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