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1 Wilson Reading System Substep 3.1 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School

2 Goal Combine two closed syllables into multisyllabic words

3 Important to know Sounds are built into syllables and syllables are combined to form words. You must see and hear words in parts.

4 Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill

5 angfangang ang

6 ingringing ing

7 ongsongong ong

8 unglungung ung

9 ankbank ank ank

10 inkpink ink ink

11 onkhonk onk onk

12 unkjunk unk unk

13 ildwildild ild

14 oldcoldold old

15 oltcoltolt olt

16 indkind ind ind

17 osthost ost ost

18 Part 2 Teach and Review Concepts for Reading

19 Important to know Sounds are built into syllables and syllables are combined to form words. You must see and hear words in parts.

20 cat nipcat The word cat has one part made up of three sounds The word catnip has two parts. You can hear it. Each part is one push of breath. When another push of breath is needed, it is a new part.

21 To read or spell longer words, you just have to do one part at a time. You can already read the parts separately, so it will be easy to read and spell longer words-one part at a time.

22 bathtub

23 napkin The two vowels in this word are separated by consonants.

24 napkin

25 sunfish 1.Should we divide this word? 2.Why? (two vowels are separated) 3.Where would you divide? catnipcactustennis

26 When there is only one consonant, that consonant is needed to close in the first syllable. habitrelish

27 When three consonants are between two vowels, including a digraph, the digraph stays together! bathtubnutshellrocket

28 Notebook Entry Add Syllable Division Rules for 3.1

29 Part 3 Wordcards

30 Part 4 Wordlist Reading

31 compound words

32 upset

33 tomcat

34 bathmat

35 catfish

36 redhot

37 nutshell

38 sunfish

39 uphill

40 batman

41 shellfish

42 hotrod

43 puffball

44 hatbox

45 dishpan

46 tenpin

47 suntan

48 bedpost

49 bathtub

50 zigzag

51 mixup

52 tiptop

53 cobweb

54 sunset

55 catnip

56 bedbug

57 lapdog

58 pigpen

59 bellman

60 situp

61 pinball

62 Split between two consonants

63 index

64 muffin

65 tennis

66 pompom

67 goblin

68 mascot

69 rabbit

70 napkin

71 publish

72 picnic

73 whiplash

74 unzip

75 rubbish

76 cannot

77 cactus

78 combat

79 attic

80 confess

81 undid

82 album

83 admit

84 submit

85 Justin

86 nutmeg

87 misfit

88 suffix

89 until

90 public

91 unless

92 humbug

93 Divide after the consonant

94 satin

95 limit

96 topic

97 solid

98 cabin

99 punish

100 Kevin

101 tonic

102 panic

103 exit

104 relish

105 habit

106 robin

107 finish

108 edit

109 Mixed Practice

110 nutshell

111 tennis

112 picnic

113 edit

114 satin

115 muffin

116 submit

117 mixup

118 unless

119 public

120 cobweb

121 catfish

122 cannot

123 combat

124 shellfish

125 The Schwa

126 wagon

127 ribbon

128 oxen

129 seven

130 gallon

131 lesson

132 lemon

133 happen

134 melon

135 mitten

136 sudden

137 pollen

138 falcon

139 funnel

140 salad

141 /e/ says /i/

142 rocket

143 ticket

144 helmet

145 locket

146 packet

147 velvet

148 basket

149 magnet

150 jacket

151 puppet

152 bonnet

153 banquet

154 bucket

155 pocket

156 racket

157 vel nut gob sub hab meg it vet mit lin

158 Part 5 Sentence Reading

159 compound words Sid did not want to miss the sunset

160 compound words Ben had catnip for the tomcat.

161 compound words Jim is upset about the loss.

162 compound words Bob hot a sunfish with his rod.

163 compound words Dad will dust the cobweb in the den.

164 compound words Did Bret get the shellfish from Scott?

165 compound words The dog in the bathtub was a mess!

166 compound words The kids went to rent the batman flick.

167 compound words Frank thinks it was just a big mix-up.

168 compound words The wild bobcat hid in the tunnel.

169 Divide between the consonants I just had a bran muffin and a plum.

170 Divide between the consonants Justin had a sudden hold of Tom.

171 Divide between the consonants Beth did not get upset when she fell in the slush.

172 Divide between the consonants Jill had fun with the magnet.

173 Divide between the consonants Do not drop the album in the slush.

174 Divide between the consonants The rabbit ran next to the shrubs.

175 Divide between the consonants Bill and Tom had a puppet on a string.

176 Divide between the consonants Get the basket and fill it with figs.

177 Divide between the consonants Kim did admit that she felt a chill.

178 Divide between the consonants Kenneth put the napkin on his lap.

179 Part 6 Quick Drill (in reverse)

180 z ost unk kkw what says ?

181 Part 7 Teach and Review Concepts for Spelling

182 spell punish pun ish

183 Practice multisyllabic words with the syllable cards

184 The letters l, s, and f, do not double in multisyllabic words. The bonus letter applies to one syllable words.

185 Compound words with ll, ss, and ff, will remain doubled.

186 When an ‘s’ is added to a multisyllabic baseword, spell the baseword one syllable at a time and then add the ‘s’

187 Multisyllabic words ending in /ik/ are spelled with an ic

188 Part 8 Written Work Dictation: sounds, words, sentences

189 Part 9 Controlled Passage Reading

190 Part 10 Listening Comprehension

191 The Schwa aeio Sometimes the vowels a, e, i, and o sound more like /u/ than the expected sound. ә

192 ә schwawagon/u/

193 nwagoә

194 dsalaә


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