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Wilson Reading System. Substep 3.1 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School. Goal. Combine two closed syllables into multisyllabic words. Important to know. Sounds are built into syllables and syllables are combined to form words. You must see and hear words in parts. .

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Wilson Reading System

Substep 3.1

Mandy Ellis

Wilder Waite Elementary School


Goal

Combine two closed syllables into multisyllabic words


Important to know

Sounds are built into syllables and syllables are combined to form words. You must see and hear words in parts.


Part 1Sound Cards Quick Drill


angfangang

ang


ingringing

ing


ongsongong

ong


unglungung

ung


ankbank ank

ank


inkpink ink

ink


onkhonk onk

onk


unkjunk unk

unk


ildwildild

ild


oldcoldold

old


oltcoltolt

olt


indkind ind

ind


osthost ost

ost


Part 2Teach and Review Concepts for Reading


Important to know

Sounds are built into syllables and syllables are combined to form words. You must see and hear words in parts.


cat

The word cat has one part made up of three sounds

cat

nip

The word catnip has two parts. You can hear it. Each part is one push of breath. When another push of breath is needed, it is a new part.


To read or spell longer words, you just have to do one part at a time. You can already read the parts separately, so it will be easy to read and spell longer words-one part at a time.


bath

tub


napkin

The two vowels in this word are separated by consonants.


nap

kin


sunfish

catnip

cactus

tennis

  • Should we divide this word?

  • Why? (two vowels are separated)

  • Where would you divide?


When there is only one consonant, that consonant is needed to close in the first syllable.

habit

relish


When three consonants are between two vowels, including a digraph, the digraph stays together!

rocket

bathtub

nutshell


Notebook Entry

Add Syllable Division Rules for 3.1


Part 3Wordcards


Part 4Wordlist Reading


compound words


upset


tomcat


bathmat


catfish


redhot


nutshell


sunfish


uphill


batman


shellfish


hotrod


puffball


hatbox


dishpan


tenpin


suntan


bedpost


bathtub


zigzag


mixup


tiptop


cobweb


sunset


catnip


bedbug


lapdog


pigpen


bellman


situp


pinball


Split between two consonants


index


muffin


tennis


pompom


goblin


mascot


rabbit


napkin


publish


picnic


whiplash


unzip


rubbish


cannot


cactus


combat


attic


confess


undid


album


admit


submit


Justin


nutmeg


misfit


suffix


until


public


unless


humbug


Divide after the consonant


satin


limit


topic


solid


cabin


punish


Kevin


tonic


panic


exit


relish


habit


robin


finish


edit


Mixed Practice


nutshell


tennis


picnic


edit


satin


muffin


submit


mixup


unless


public


cobweb


catfish


cannot


combat


shellfish


The Schwa


wagon


ribbon


oxen


seven


gallon


lesson


lemon


happen


melon


mitten


sudden


pollen


falcon


funnel


salad


/e/ says /i/


rocket


ticket


helmet


locket


packet


velvet


basket


magnet


jacket


puppet


bonnet


banquet


bucket


pocket


racket


vel

meg

nut

it

gob

vet

sub

mit

hab

lin


Part 5Sentence Reading


compound words

Sid did not want to miss the sunset


compound words

Ben had catnip for the tomcat.


compound words

Jim is upset about the loss.


compound words

Bob hot a sunfish with his rod.


compound words

Dad will dust the cobweb in the den.


compound words

Did Bret get the shellfish from Scott?


compound words

The dog in the bathtub was a mess!


compound words

The kids went to rent the batman flick.


compound words

Frank thinks it was just a big mix-up.


compound words

The wild bobcat hid in the tunnel.


Divide between the consonants

I just had a bran muffin and a plum.


Divide between the consonants

Justin had a sudden hold of Tom.


Divide between the consonants

Beth did not get upset when she fell in the slush.


Divide between the consonants

Jill had fun with the magnet.


Divide between the consonants

Do not drop the album in the slush.


Divide between the consonants

The rabbit ran next to the shrubs.


Divide between the consonants

Bill and Tom had a puppet on a string.


Divide between the consonants

Get the basket and fill it with figs.


Divide between the consonants

Kim did admit that she felt a chill.


Divide between the consonants

Kenneth put the napkin on his lap.


Part 6Quick Drill (in reverse)


what says?

z

ost

unk

k

kw


Part 7Teach and Review Concepts for Spelling


spell punish

pun

ish


Practice multisyllabic words with the syllable cards


The letters l, s, and f, do not double in multisyllabic words. The bonus letter applies to one syllable words.


Compound words with ll, ss, and ff, will remain doubled.


When an ‘s’ is added to a multisyllabic baseword, spell the baseword one syllable at a time and then add the ‘s’


Multisyllabic words ending in /ik/ are spelled with an ic


Part 8Written Work Dictation: sounds, words, sentences


Part 9Controlled Passage Reading


Part 10Listening Comprehension


The Schwa

a

e

i

o

Sometimes the vowels a, e, i, and o sound more like /u/ than the expected sound.

ә


schwawagon/u/

ә


w

a

g

o

ә

n


s

a

l

a

ә

d


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