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Name

NAME

The Unit Organizer

4

BIGGER PICTURE

DATE

Consonants that are also vowels

NEXT UNIT

/Experience

LAST UNIT

/Experience

2

3

CURRENT UNIT

CURRENT UNIT

1

6. Basic Suffixes and consonant-le syllable type

4. Long vowel sounds, vowel consonant “e” syllable, two sounds of “s”, “ve” rules

5. Open syllable type, “y” as a vowel, double consonants, schwa

Student Activities or Assignments

8

UNIT MAP

is about...

5

Recognizing open syllables and the different vowel sounds of “y”. double consonants, schwa

Objective Review

Warm-Up Drill

Interactive white-boards

Small Group purposeful talk

Independent silent reading of words in isolation

Paired reading aloud

Closure activity

Assessments:

Phoneme/Syllable Quiz

Charting

Open Syllable

Different sounds of vowel “y”

Schwa sounds for “a” , “i”

Double Consonants

6

Where is the vowel located in an open syllable.

Compare and contrast the sounds of vowel “y” in single vs. multisyllabic words.

How does a double consonant combination effect the first syllable?

Predict when “a” will make the schwa sound in a word.

Compare and contrast where the schwas “a” and “i” will usually be found in words.

Analyze

Compare and contrast

Cause and effect

Predict

UNIT SELF-TEST QUESTIONS

RELATIONSHIPS

UNIT

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Name

NAME

The Unit Organizer

DATE

Expanded Unit Map

9

is about...

10

NEW

UNIT

SELF-TEST

QUESTIONS

5. Open syllable type, “y” as a vowel, double consonants, schwa

Recognizing open syllables and the different vowel sounds of “y”. Double consonants, schwa

Open syllable

Different sounds of vowel “y”

Double consonants

Schwa sounds for “a”, “i”

has 1 vowel

The schwa sound of “a” is the short “u” sound Ex: tundra

“y” as a vowel in an open syllable has two sounds /i/ , /e/

are two identical consonants together ex: rabbit

the vowel is long

Schwa “a” will always say the short “u” sound at the end of multisyllabic words Ex: extra, toga

When vowel “y” ends a single syllabic word it says the long “i” Ex. cry

the vowel must be the last letter of the syllable

the purpose is to close the first syllable holy vs. holly diner vs. dinner

open syllables can be found in single or multisyllabic words Ex: no , program

All single syllabic words ending with the long “i” sound use a “y” Ex: fly, sty

Except : pi, hi

“a” will often say its schwa sound at the beginning of a word. Ex: amaze , alone

“y” will always say /i/ at the end of single syllabic words Ex: my, sly

When “y” ends a multisyllabic word it can say /e/ or /i/ Ex: happy , comply

The schwa sound of “i” is the short “i” or “u” Ex: compliment

How might the sound of vowel “y” change depending on the number of syllables?


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