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Name

NAME

The Unit Organizer

4

BIGGER PICTURE

DATE

Basic phoneme recognition

NEXT UNIT

/Experience

LAST UNIT

/Experience

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3

CURRENT UNIT

CURRENT UNIT

1

1. Short vowels, basic consonants, digraphs, bonus letter rule

2. Welds, closed syllable, difference between a blend and digraph

No previous unit exists

Student Activities or Assignments

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UNIT MAP

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Understanding the basic phonemes in words

Objective Review

Warm-Up Drill

Interactive white-boards

Small Group purposeful talk

Independent silent reading of words in isolation

Paired reading aloud

Closure activity

Assessment:

Phoneme/Syllable Quiz

Charting

Bonus Letter Rule

Short vowels

Digraphs

Basic Consonants

List the basic vowels.

If a letter is not a vowel what is it called?

Does every word in the English language have a vowel?

Which consonant will not go anywhere without the vowel “u”?

What is a digraph in your own words?

compare and contrast “ck” and “wh”.

What rules tell us not to double “s” and “l”?

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List

Predict

Analyze

Define

Compare and contrast

UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS

RELATIONSHIPS

UNIT

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NAME

The Unit Organizer

DATE

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SELF-TEST

QUESTIONS

1. Short Vowels, Basic Consonants, Digraphs, Bonus Letter Rule

the basic phonemes in words

Short Vowels a,e,i,o,u

Digraphs

Bonus Letter Rule

Basic Consonants

Two letters stuck together to make one sound

Every word in English has a vowel

l,f,s, and sometimes z are doubled at the end of single syllabic words

if a letter is not a vowel it is a consonant

ch, ck,th,wh,sh,ph,

and every syllable has a vowel

“qu” … “q” will not appear without “u” and makes the /kw/ sound Ex: quit

Ex: ball,buff,miss,jazz

ck says /k/ but will not start a word Ex: back

If a word ends with an “s” that makes the /z/ sound then the “s” is not doubled Ex: has

Vowels are like the engines of words.

“wh” will not end a word

Consonants and consonant digraphs are like accessories to words

“ph” says /f/ and once it is used we keep using it Ex: phosphate

If a word makes the short “a” sound, the “l” is not doubled Ex: pal

What is the basic difference between a vowel and a consonant?


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