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Fluency Tips. Remember to read like you talk. Obey the punctuation marks. Read smoothly, NOT choppy. Use appropriate intonation. . Syllable Patterns: Same Medial Consonants. exce ll ent. v cc v .

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Fluency Tips

  • Remember to read like you talk.

  • Obey the punctuation marks.

  • Read smoothly, NOT choppy.

  • Use appropriate intonation.


Syllable Patterns: Same Medial Consonants


excellent

v cc v

  • This word has the VCCV, or vowel - consonant -consonant – vowel, syllable pattern.

  • When we have a word with the VCCV pattern we divide the word into syllables between the two consonants.

ex/cel/lent


summary

v c c v

  • Does this word have a vccv pattern?

  • Where would you divide this word into syllables? How many syllables are in this word?

sum/ma/ry


babble

v c c le

  • Does this word have the vccv pattern? What did we learn last week about what to do when we had a consonant and /le/?

  • How many syllables are in this word? Where do we divide this word? Turn and tell your partner.

bab /ble


Try these.

Where are the syllable breaks?

Look for the VCCV pattern.


v cc v

suppose

  • sup/pose

  • Yes, it has a VCCV syllable pattern.

  • Is the first syllable open or closed? What about the second syllable? Turn and tell your partner


arrange

v cc v

  • ar/range

  • Yes, it has a VCCV syllable pattern.


parrot

  • par/rot

  • Yes, it has a VCCV syllable pattern.


illustration

  • il/lus/tra/tion

  • Yes, it has a VCCV syllable pattern.


By dividing words into syllables and blending sounds, YOU can read even longer words!


On your own

  • Head a sheet of paper

  • Skim the story “Justin and the Best Biscuits” page 186. Find 10 words with the the VCCV syllable pattern.

  • I.R. AND A.R.


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