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Long and Short Vowels. Grade 2 Jessica Holland. Long Vowels. Long vowels “say their name”. Long vowels sound very similar to the name of the vowel. Long vowels are represented by a macron. ( ō,ē,ī,ū ). Short Vowels.

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Long and short vowels

Long and Short Vowels

Grade 2

Jessica Holland


Long vowels

Long Vowels

  • Long vowels “say their name”.

  • Long vowels sound very similar to the name of the vowel.

  • Long vowels are represented by a macron. (ō,ē,ī,ū)


Short vowels

Short Vowels

  • Short vowels do not say their name and do not sound like the name of the vowel.

  • Short vowels are normally represented in between two consonants.

  • Short vowels are represented with a breve. (í,é,á,ó)


Examples of long vowels

Examples of Long Vowels

  • Boat

  • Day

  • Me

  • Eat

  • Sea

  • Bone

  • Bee

  • Pie


Examples of short vowels

Examples of Short Vowels

  • Cup

  • Bed

  • Dig

  • Fun

  • Dog

  • Run

  • Sad

  • Jam

  • Fan

  • Tin


Story time

Story Time

Jack and Jill went up the hill,

To fetch a pail of water;

Jack fell down, and broke his crown,

And Jill came tumbling after.


Question 1

QUESTION #1

  • Line #2 from the previous story says “to fetch a pail of water”, from this line what word has a long vowel sound?

  • Fetch

  • Water

  • To

  • Pail


Wrong

WRONG

  • Fetch has a short E.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Wrong1

WRONG

  • Water has a short A and short E.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Wrong2

WRONG

  • To has a short O.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Correct

CORRECT!

  • Pail has a long A sound. The A says its name.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Question 2

QUESTION #2

  • “Jack fell down and broke his crown, and Jill came tumbling after”… Does the name Jill have a short or long vowel sound?

  • SHORT

  • LONG


Wrong3

WRONG

  • The name Jill has a SHORT vowel sound. The letter “I” does not say its name.

    GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Correct1

CORRECT!

  • The name Jill has a short vowel sound! It has a short “I”.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Qestion 3

QESTION #3

  • “to fetch a pail of water, Jack fell down and broke his crown…” within this part of the story, what word has a long vowel sound?

  • Broke

  • Fell

  • His

  • Down


Correct2

CORRECT!

  • Broke has a long vowel sound. The O says its name.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Wrong4

WRONG

  • The word fell has a short vowel sound. The E is a short vowel.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Wrong5

WRONG

  • The word his has a short vowel sound. The ‘I’ is a short vowel.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Wrong6

WRONG

  • The word down has a short vowel. The “o” does not say its name.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Question 4

QUESTION #4

  • “Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after”…. What are two words that have a short vowel sound?

  • Came

  • Tumbling

  • After

  • Broke


Wrong7

WRONG

  • Came has a long vowel sound. It has a long “a” sound.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Wrong8

WRONG

  • Broke has a long vowel sound. The “o” is a long vowel.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Correct3

CORRECT!

  • The word tumbling has a short “u” in it. This word also has a short “I”.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Correct4

CORRECT!

  • The word after has a short vowel sound. The “a” is a short vowel and so it the “e”.

  • GO TO THE NEXT QUESTION


Question 5

QUESTION #5

  • Does the word “fetch” have a long or short vowel sound?

  • Long

  • Short


Wrong9

WRONG

  • The word fetch has a short “e” sound. The “e” does not say its name.


Correct5

CORRECT!

  • The word fetch has a short vowel sound! The short vowel is “e”.


Sources

Sources

  • http://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topics/Special-Education/Students-with-Disabilities/Students-With-Disabilities-(1)/OACS-E-English-Language-Arts.pdf.aspx

  • http://www.phonicsontheweb.com/long-vowels.php

  • http://examples.yourdictionary.com/reference/examples/examples-of-long-vowel-words.html

  • http://www.bygosh.com/Features/092000/jackandjill.htm

  • https://d2kxqxnk1i5o9a.cloudfront.net/uploads/avatars/dispensaries/30190/Kings-Crown.jpg

  • http://www.mhealthtalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Jack-n-Jill.jpg

  • http://bestclipartblog.com/clipart-pics/boat-clip-art-7.jpg

  • http://www.clipartbest.com/cliparts/Kin/eyd/KineydRiq.gif

  • http://images.clipartlogo.com/files/images/79/79016/jam-and-jelly-3_f.jpg

  • http://img1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20130820181410/battlenations/images/7/71/Thumbs-up.jpg


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