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46 Cards in this Set

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a
apple
safe
Alaska
e
Ed
me
i
itch
hi
animal
champion
o
octupus

no
u
up
mule
flu
ar
car
beggar
warn
or
horn
doctor
worm
er
her
ir
girl
ur
burn
ai
bait
ay
play
ee
jeep
ey
key
oa
boat
oe
toe
ue
blue
cue
oi
coin
oy
boy
aw
saw
au
autumn
ow
snow
plow
ou
trout
soup
oo
school
book
ea
eat
bread
steak
eu
feud
deuce
ew
chew
ui
suit
ie
pie
piece
ei
ceiling
vein
igh
light
eigh
eight
y
cry
baby
What must every syllable have?
a vowel
What are the 6 syllable types?
Closed syllable,
Vowel Consonant e syllable
Open syllable
Consonant-le syllable
R-controlled syllable
Double vowel syllable
What is the rule for a closed syllable?
When 1 vowel is followed by 1 or more consonants the vowel is short.
What is the rule for an open syllable?
When one vowel is at the end of a syllable, the vowel is long.
What is the rule for a Vowel Consonant-e syllable?
When the pattern is Vowel Consonant e, the 1st vowel is long, and the e is silent.
What is the rule for a Consonant-le syllable?
Always at the end of a multisyllabic word, it only has 3 letters c-l-e and the e is silent. (little, cradle)
What is the rule for an r-controlled syllable?
When 1 vowel is followed by r, the r controls the sound of the vowel.
What is the rule for a double vowel syllable?
2 vowels together making 1 sound
How do we remember the double vowel TALKERS?
When 2 vowels go walking, the 1st one does the talking and the second one is silent.
(EX: bait,play,jeep, valley, boat, toe, eat, ceiling)
How do you remember double vowel WHINERS?
A sound that begins with one vowel sound and glides into another. (EX: coin, boy, autumn, saw, trout, soup, school, book, suit)
Where would you divide this syllable? vccv
rabbit
vc/cv
rab/bit
Where would you divide this syllable? vcv
relish
v/cv = re/lish
or
vc/v = rel/ish
Try both, which sounds right?
What are the 6 digraphs that have to stay together in a syllable?
sh
ch
wh
th
ck
ph