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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

Fluency Tips

  • Remember to read like you talk.

  • Obey the punctuation marks.

  • Read smoothly, NOT choppy.

  • Use appropriate intonation.


Syllable patterns same medial consonants

Syllable Patterns: Same Medial Consonants


Exce ll ent

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

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

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

Try these.

Where are the syllable breaks?

Look for the VCCV pattern.


Suppose

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

arrange

v cc v

  • ar/range

  • Yes, it has a VCCV syllable pattern.


Parrot

parrot

  • par/rot

  • Yes, it has a VCCV syllable pattern.


Illustration

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

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


On your own

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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