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Phonics Instruction II: Moving on to Long Vowels . Setting the Scene. Reviewing… # of phonemes in a word Key categories of activities for emergent readers? Looking ahead…WTW Ch. 5 Early Middle Late (Letter Name Alphabetic) BD for bed STEK for stick SEP for ship

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Phonics Instruction II: Moving on to Long Vowels


Setting the Scene

  • Reviewing…

    • # of phonemes in a word

    • Key categories of activities for emergent readers?

  • Looking ahead…WTW Ch. 5

  • Early Middle Late (Letter Name Alphabetic)

  • BD for bed STEK for stick SEP for ship

  • DRIV for drive FT for float LOP for lump


Sequencing Phonics Instruction

  • Tompkins (4th ed.) p. 128-131

  • Tompkins (5th ed.) p. 159-163

  • See WTW p. 145

  • CVC > decodable texts and word families (common rimes)

  • Consonants > short vowels > word families

  • WTW p. 151: keep in mind the challenges of pronouncing sounds in a different language

  • Word study routines: picture sorts for initial sounds > word sorts with short vowels


Long Vowel-Silent e

  • Demonstrate what happens when an “e” is put at the end of certain CVC words

  • Hid > hide; mat > mate;

  • Can you think of others? Make a list.


Correspondence between two letter vowel combinations and their phonemes

  • Connect a two-letter grapheme found within a word with the phoneme the letters represent

  • Connect the printed letters with the phoneme.

  • Discriminate among words that may “compete” with ea and eewords


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Successive Blending

  • Rather than s ….a…..t

  • s…a > sa > s…a > sa > sa…t > sat

  • Model individual sounds and blending procedure and use finger cues

  • Child imitates the model with verbal & finger cues

  • Teacher repeats, but no sounds – only finger cues

  • Child performs pointing, sounding, and blending steps


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