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Wilson Reading System. Substep 2.2 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School. Goal. To learn the difference between a blend and a digraph. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill. Welded Sounds. Welded sounds are green sound cards.

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Wilson Reading System

Substep 2.2

Mandy Ellis

Wilder Waite Elementary School


Goal

To learn the difference between a blend and a digraph


Part 1Sound Cards Quick Drill


Welded Sounds

  • Welded sounds are green sound cards.

  • The three letters have individual sounds, but they are welded together and difficult to separate

  • To tap this out, use three fingers tapping together at the same time.


angfangang

ang


ingringing

ing


ongsongong

ong


unglungung

ung


ankbank ank

ank


inkpink ink

ink


onkhonk onk

onk


unkjunk unk

unk


Part 2Teach and Review Concepts for Reading


digraphs

Consonants ‘stick together’ to form one sound, even though there are two letters. That is why they are on one card. They are not separated.


Chicken Letter

qu

Q is the chicken letter- it refuses to go anywhere without its friend, u. It is never in a word alone. The u in this situation has no vowel sound. Qu is a digraph as well.


ththumb/th/

th


ch chin /ch/

ch


sh ship/sh/

sh


wh whistle /w/

wh


ck sock /k/

ck


Blends VS Digraphs

sh

i

p

s

l

i

p


Blends VS Digraphs

  • Ship gets 3 taps

  • Slip gets four sounds because s and l have their own sound. That is why s and l have their own cards.

  • These sounds can be pulled apart but the consonants blend together nicely.


Digraph Blend

l

u

n

ch

sh

r

e

d


Part 3Wordcards


Part 4Wordlist Reading


sent


lend


pest


crib


jump


last


raft


grip


flop


stuck


grin


sand


trot


rest


step


drag


past


dump


must


drop


pond


bent


bend


dent


stub


clock


stash


cost


crab


drum


Part 5Sentence Reading


The belt is on the shelf in the den.


Did Beth step on that frog?


This clock is the best gift!


Bill fell in the wet sand.


Stan must dump the trash.


Ted will jump in the pond and swim.


Mom will mend the rip in the dress.


I wish that Kim did not brag.


Ben went on the ship.


The class must get the flag.


Tim will get the cloth on the shelf.


Pass the small block to Jed.


Jill had a plum.


Bob went with Dad to the ranch.


The tot fell in the wet slush.


Bob had the last mint.


Trot up to the flag and then run.


Bob got a cut on his leg from the trap.


Beth had a pink silk dress.


Did Tom brag about his six big fish?


Get the trash to the dump!


We will hunt for the lost raft.


Stan will lift that big pump.


Did Tom trip on that twig?


Brad is sick so he can not help.


Bill is at the swim club with Tom.


Part 6Quick Drill (in reverse)


ang

ank

what says?

ing

ink

ong

onk

ung

unk


Part 7Teach and Review Concepts for Spelling


2.2 Words

  • Repeat word and tap it out

  • Picture the cards in your mind.

  • Use the sound cards to spell th eword


Part 8Written Work Dictation: sounds, words, sentences


Part 9Controlled Passage Reading


Part 10Listening Comprehension


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