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Decoding Lesson 1 VCV Syllable Pattern Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott.

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1 Decoding Lesson 1 VCV Syllable Pattern Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

2 Knowing where to divide syllables can help you read unfamiliar words. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

3 Today, were going to take a look at closed syllables and open syllables in VCV words. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

4 FOCUS QUESTION: What is a closed syllable? Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

5 A closed syllable is followed by a consonant and has a short vowel sound. shadow Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

6 When dividing a closed syllable, we break after the consonant. shadow Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vc v

7 Lets try dividing some closed syllable VCV words. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

8 Read the word and tell where the break should be. valid Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

9 Read the word and tell where the break should be. melon Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

10 How did you do? Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

11 FOCUS QUESTION: What is an open syllable? Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

12 An open syllable is followed by a consonant and has a long vowel sound. lady Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

13 When dividing an open syllable, we break before the consonant. lady Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

14 Lets try dividing some open syllable VCV words. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

15 Read the word and tell where the break should be. super Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

16 Read the word and tell where the break should be. music Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

17 How did you do? Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

18 CHECK FOR UNDERSTANDING: Divide the word into syllables and tell whether each syllable is open or closed. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

19 Read the word and tell where the break should be. Is it an open or closed syllable? seven Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

20 Read the word and tell where the break should be. Are the syllables open or closed syllable? fever Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

21 Read the word and tell where the break should be. Are the syllables open or closed syllable? seven Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

22 Read the word and tell where the break should be. Are the syllables open or closed syllable? solo Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vcv

23 Read the word and tell where the break should be. Are the syllables open or closed syllable? solid Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott vc v

24 How did you do? Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

25 PRACTICE/APPLY : Underline the VCV words in each sentence, divide the word into syllables, and tell whether each syllable is open or closed. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

26 Directions: Underline the VCV words in each sentence, divide the word into syllables, and tell whether each syllable is open or closed. The lady was a super music instructor. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

27 Directions: Underline the VCV words in each sentence, divide the word into syllables, and tell whether each syllable is open or closed. I ate a plate of melon with bacon on it. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

28 Directions: Underline the VCV words in each sentence, divide the word into syllables, and tell whether each syllable is open or closed. The new friends worked on a secret project. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

29 Directions: Underline the VCV words in each sentence, divide the word into syllables, and tell whether each syllable is open or closed. My sister has a valid drivers license. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

30 FOCUS QUESTION: What did you notice about most VCV words? Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

31 Most VCV words are divided into syllables after the first vowel, and the vowel sound is long. Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott

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