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Wilson Reading System Substep 2.4 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School
Goal To learn how to blend and segment up to five sounds in a closed syllable.
Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill
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
Some words have 5 sounds in a syllable. sunkk
Part 3 Wordcards
Part 4 Wordlist Reading
drast nonsense word
grimp nonsense word
glont nonsense word
clusp nonsense word
drinch nonsense word
glont nonsense word
Part 5 Sentence Reading
The skunk stinks!
I got a chill from that bad draft!
Peg swept the rug with a brush.
The shrimp is on the top shelf.
Tim slept in the tent.
I will print on the pad.
Bob felt his left leg twist.
Bob spent all his cash.
Dad had brunch with Ken.
It is just grand to see Bob.
This trend will not last long.
Beth had to trust her big staff.
Tim felt the crunch in his shop.
The kids can cinch this and win.
That was a big blast of wind!
Beth pants when she runs to the crest of the hill.
Brad was ill and did not have spunk.
The band cranks it up when they jam.
I will get a dress at the shop.
He did not get a hit in his slump.
Part 6 Quick Drill (in reverse)
ind ild old ostolt what says ?
Part 7 Teach and Review Concepts for Spelling
Spell… stunstunt lendblend raftdraft runtgrunt last blast slumslump lumpclump lintflint tramtramp
Part 8 Written Work Dictation: sounds, words, sentences
Part 9 Controlled Passage Reading
Part 10 Listening Comprehension
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.3 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 3.3 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.1 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 3.2 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.2 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 3.1 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.1 Lesson 1. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 2.2 Lesson 1. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.6 Mandy Ellis Wilder Waite Elementary School.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.5. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Reading System Substep 1.6. Part 1 Sound Cards Quick Drill.
Wilson Word Parts. BLENDS CT AT THE END OF A WORD, think “k” sound.
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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