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Wilson Reading System Substep 3.3 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School
Goal Read and spell words with the CT blend
Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill
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. Chicken Letter
ch ch chin /ch/
sh sh ship/sh/
wh wh whistle /w/
ck ck sock /k/
ankbank ank ank
inkpink ink ink
onkhonk onk onk
unkjunk unk unk
indkind ind ind
osthost ost ost
Part 2 Teach and Review Concepts for Reading
Important to know This step teaches ct, a difficult blend. Words with four consonants together can have a three letter blend. These stay together in the 2 nd syllable. construct obstruct
subject subject The last syllable ahs a ct blend which requires practice. Be sure to clearly say /t/. /kt/ is always spelled with ct. Words with inct are the most difficult to spell.
Part 3 Wordcards
Timed Practice How many words can you read in 1 minute?
Part 4 Wordlist Reading
Part 5 Sentence Reading
Kelton must contact his mom.
Mrs. Wilson plans to inspect the kids’ desks.
Math is the next subject.
Can you distract Mr. Griffin for me?
The tot’s bad conduct got mom mad.
Shannon got the exact pin that Beth has wanted.
Tom did not expect Liz until six.
If we go to the Atlantic Ocean, I will collect shells.
Lots of insects are in the sandbox.
Willis got a compact disc for himself.
We will go to Texas to check on a land prospect.
The cops had the suspect in handcuffs.
My instinct tells me that this will be a bad conflict.
Did the insects infest the trash can?
Kenneth must concoct the mix.
The vet had to inject the shot into the dog.
I think that Ed has distinct math skills.
This district has had lots of progress.
Part 6 Quick Drill (in reverse)
ic inct act ctict what says ?
Part 7 Teach and Review Concepts for Spelling
When a word has a /kt/ sound at the end, it is always spelled with a /ct/
Look at these words (using word cards) What letters make the /kt/ blend? What is the blend in the last syllable? How do you spell /kt/ Where do you divide this word?
Part 8 Written Work Dictation: sounds, words, sentences
Part 9 Controlled Passage Reading
Part 10 Listening Comprehension
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.2 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 3.2 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.4 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.1 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.3 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.6 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.2 Lesson 1. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.6. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.1 Lesson 1. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
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Wilson Reading System Substep 1.5. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.3. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.3 Lesson 2. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.4. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
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