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6 Types of Syllables. 6 Types of Syllables. 1-Closed. 2-Open. 3-Magic E. 4-Vowel Pair. 5-Controlled R. 6-Final Stable. Syllable T y p e : “Closed”. Consonant Vowel Consonant C V C -------------------------------------- h a t c v c

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6 types of syllables

6 Types of Syllables


6 types of syllables1
6 Types of Syllables

1-Closed

2-Open

3-Magic E

4-Vowel Pair

5-Controlled R

6-Final Stable


Syllable Type: “Closed”

ConsonantVowel Consonant

CVC

--------------------------------------

h at

c v c

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C


Syllable type closed
Syllable Type: “Closed”

  • Starts with a Consonant (b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k,l, m, n p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z)

  • Next letter is a Vowel (a, e, i, o, u and y)

  • Ends with a Consonant

  • Proof: CVC (consonant/vowel/consonant)

  • Label as “C” for Closed syllable


Syllable type closed1
Syllable Type: “Closed”

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(1) mad

(2) h i d

(3) m o p


Syllable type closed2
Syllable Type: “Closed”

Consonant blend = CONSONANT:

bl cr dr fr pr scr th ch

nt ld ss ck tch rd nd rt

Black scratch hand dress

c v c c v c c v c c v c


Syllable type closed3
Syllable Type: “Closed”

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(4) blast

(5) thank

(6) switch



Syllable type closed5
Syllable Type: “Closed”

  • Turn and talk: What does a Closed Syllable look like?

  • How do you prove it?

  • How do you label it?


Knowledge check closed
Knowledge Check: “Closed”

(11) What is a Closed syllable?

(describe in your own words)

_____________________________ _____________________________

Write 2 Closed syllable words.

Prove and label them.

(12)_________ (13)_________


C losed turn and talk
Closed: Turn and Talk

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  • Closed syllables are __V__ syllables.

  • The ________ is between two consonants.

  • Label the closed syllable with a “__”

 The End 


Syllable type open

Syllable Type: “Open”

(consonant + vowel……that’s it!)

O

d o

c v


Syllable Type: “Open”

  • Starts with a Consonant (b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k,l, m, n p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z)

  • Next letter is a Vowel (a, e, i, o, u and y)

  • That’s it!

  • Proof: cv(consonant/vowel)

  • Label as “O” for OPEN syllable


Turn and Talk about Open Syllable

  • What does an OPEN syllable look like?

  • Think of 1 OPEN syllable words.

  • Share it – prove it – label it!


Syllable Type: “Open”

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(1) t o

(2) b e

(3) tr y


Oddball Open Syllables:

“ow” is a vowel sound as in

O

SHOW

c v

“ow” is a vowel sound as in

O

N OW

c v


Oddball Open Syllables:

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(4) c o w

(5) k n o w

(6) m o w



Syllable Type: “Open”

(11) What is a Open syllable?

(describe in your own words)

_____________________________

_____________________________

Write 2 Open syllable words.

Prove and label them.

  • (12)_________ (13)_________


Label the syllables c closed o open
Label the syllables: C=closedO=open


Syllable Type: “Open”

  • Turn and Talk: What is O?

  • How do you prove O?

  • How are C and O different?

     The end 

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Syllable t y p e magic e

Syllable Type: “MagicE”

(otherwise known as “silent e”

and is noted by “M-E”)

M-E

t a m e

(long) (silent)

Do you notice anything about the color red and green that I have used?


Magic e g a t e
Magic E (g a t e)

  • Ends in a silent e(“e” makes no sound)

  • *Previous vowel is a long vowel

  • Proof: cross out silent e and

    put a line overlong vowel

  • Label as “M-E” for Magic-E syllable

Vocabulary Word: *previous means “before” something else


Magic e m e
Magic E (M-E)

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(1) made

(2) h i d e

(3) r o p e


Turn and talk about m e
Turn and Talk about M-E!

  • What does an M-E syllable look like?

  • Think of 1 word with M-E

  • Share it! Prove it! Label it!


Magic e m e1
Magic E (M-E)

  • Write the word “baseball” on your paper

  • Prove and Label the M-E syllable on your paper…(hint—color)

    (4) b a s e b a l l

  • (4b) Bonus: What type of syllable is “ball”… Prove it!!!


Magic E (M-E)

  • Write the word that names this item:

  • _____________.Prove it - Label it


Magic-E (M-E) Write it! Prove it! Label it!

(6)

(8)

(7)

(9)


Knowledge check m e syllables
KNOWLEDGE CHECK: “M-E” SYLLABLES

(10) What is a M-E syllable?

(describe in your own words)

_____________________________

_____________________________

Write 2 M-E words.

Prove and label them.

(11)_________ (12)_________


Label the syllables c closed o open m e magic e
Label the syllables:C=closedO=openM-E=magic-E


Magic e m e2
Magic – E (M-E)

  • Turn and Talk: What is M-E?

  • How do you prove M-E?

  • How are C, O, and M-E different?

     The end 

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Two vowels together vv vp m ea t v v

Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VP)

two vowels together -vv-

VP

Meat

v v


Syllable vowel p ai r vp
Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VP)

  • Have two vowels together

  • First Voweltalks first!

  • Second Vowelusually says nothing—

    (silent).

  • Prove it—vv

  • Label it—”VP”


Syllable vowel p ai r vp1
Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VP)

Possible Vowel Pairs:

ai au ay brain haul bay

ea ee ei ey beat feet rein hey

ia ie dial lie

oa oe oi boat shoe foil

oo ou oy root pout toy

ue uy clue buy


Syllable vowel p ai r vp2
Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VP)

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(1) Hair

(2) Stray

(3) Haul


Turn and talk vowel pair vp
Turn and Talk: “Vowel Pair” (VP)

  • What is a VP?

  • Think of 1 word with VP

  • Share it - prove it – label it!



Syllable vowel pair vp1
Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VP)

(8)What is a VP syllable? (describe in your own words)

_____________________________

_____________________________

Show two VP examples and prove each:

(9)________ (10)________


C closed o open m e magic e cr controlled r vp vowel pair
C=closedO=openM-E=Magic-ECR=Controlled-RVP=Vowel Pair


Syllable vowel pair vp2
Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VP)

  • Turn and Talk: What is a VP?

  • How do you prove it?

  • How do you label it?

     The end 

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Syllable Type: Controlled R (CR)

(“r” controls the sound of a,e,i,o,u)

CR

w ar t

v r


Syllable type controlled r cr with a e i o u
Syllable Type: Controlled R (CR)with a, e, i, o, u

  • sw ar m

  • f er n

  • s t ir

  • w or m

  • f ur


Cr controlled r syllables
CR = Controlled R syllables

  • has to have a vowel before the “r”

  • the “r” controls the sound of the vowel

  • the vowel, therefore, may not sound like you would expect it to sound.


Cr controlled r syllables1
CR = Controlled R syllables

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(1) c a r t

(2) f o r t

(3) s t a r t



Think of some cr words with er
Think of some CR words with “er”

  • f er n

  • v er se

  • f ur / th er

  • pre / f er

    You try it…(8) _________________


Think of some cr words with ir
Think of some CR words with “ir”:

  • f ir st

  • f ir m

  • b ir th

  • squ ir t

    You try it: (9) _________________


Think of some cr words with or
Think of some CR words with “or”:

  • st or m

  • f or m

  • p or / tion

  • s or / ry

    You try it (10) _________________


Think of some cr words with ur
Think of some CR words with “ur”:

  • hurt

  • fur

  • Blurt

  • hur / ry

    You try it (11) _________________



Tricky text
Tricky Text!

NEW RULE: CR RULES “M-E” and “C”

store (16)___/not___

Fire (17)___/not___

Barn (18)___/not___

Smart (19)___/not___

What’s the new rule?Write it, prove it, label it!

(20)_________________ (21)________________


Knowledge check cr syllables
KNOWLEDGE CHECK: “CR” SYLLABLES

22. What is a CR syllable? (describe in your own words)

___________________________________

___________________________________

Show two CR examples and prove each:

23._____________ 24. ______________


C closed cr controlled r be careful o open me magic e
C = closedCR = controlled-R=“be careful!”O = openME = magic-E


Turn and talk controlled r cr
Turn and Talk: Controlled R (CR)

What is CR?

How do you prove it?

How do you label it?

 The end 

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Syllable final stable fs
Syllable: “Final Stable” (FS)

Buckle

station

Fiddle

purple


Syllable final stable fs1
Syllable: “Final Stable” (FS)

--Word endings--

..leas in sta / ple staple

..tionas in sta / tion station

..tialas in par / tial partial

..cial as incru / cial crucial


Final stable fs possibilities
“Final Stable” (FS) possibilities:

ble cle ckle dle fle gle ple tle

tion cion sion

cian tian

cial tial


Final stable fs possibilities1
“Final Stable” (FS) possibilities:

  • Word Endings

  • Follows all other syllable types

  • Divided easily 


Final stable fs possibilities2

….le endings

beetle

VP FS

bee - tle

freckle

O FS

fre - ckle

“Final Stable” (FS) possibilities:


Syllable final stable fs2
Syllable: “Final Stable” (FS)

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(1) stable

(2) purple

(3) bugle


Syllable final stable fs3

Other Final Stables:

tion, cion, sion

(sounds like “shun”)

cian, tian

(sounds like “shun”)

cial, tial

(sounds like “shul”)

O FS C FS

stationpassion

CR FS

martian

CR FS O FS

partial special

Syllable: “Final Stable” (FS)


Syllable final stable fs4
Syllable: “Final Stable” (FS)

Try it! Prove it! Label it!

(4) portion

(5) crucial

(6) musician (3 syllables)


Syllable final stable fs5
Syllable: “Final Stable” (FS)

  • Turn and Talk: What does a final stable syllable look like?

  • How do you prove it?

  • How do you label it?



Syllable final stable fs6
Syllable: “Final Stable” (FS)

11. What is a FS syllable? (describe in your own words)

___________________________________

___________________________________

Show two FS examples and prove each:

12._____________ 13. ______________


C closed o open me magic e vp vowel pair cr controlled r fs final stable
C = closedO = openME = magic-E VP= Vowel Pair CR = controlled-RFS = Final Stable


Syllable final stable fs7
Syllable: “Final Stable” (FS)

What is CR?

How do you prove it?

How do you label it?

 The end 

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