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Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 17 (Long A Patterns in Accented Syllables) bracelet mayor today pavement mistake painter rainbow maybe basement raisin parade again payment decay explain escape remain contain amaze complain awake chocolate crayon
The syllable with the long a sound is the accented syllable.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 17 (Long A Patterns in Accented Syllables) bracelet mayor today pavement mistake painter rainbow maybe basement raisin paradeparade again payment decay explain escape remain contain amazeamaze complain awakeawake chocolate crayon
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 17 (Long A Patterns in Accented Syllables) bracelet mayor today pavement mistake painter rainbow crayon maybe basement raisin parade again payment decay explain escape remain contain amaze complain awake chocolate obey
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 17 (Long A Patterns in Accented Syllables) bracelet mayor today pavement mistake painter rainbow crayon maybe basement raisin paradeparade again payment decay explain escape remain contain amazeamaze complain awakeawake chocolate obey
THIRD GRADE FLUENCY. baseball graceful insane makeup.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 22 (Ambiguous Vowels in Accented Syllables) around moisture voyage country southern allow loyal coward appoint avoid employ.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 36 (Final –Y, -EY, -IE ) cherry monkey money very twenty volley journey eerie deny reply berry story July cookie valley.
Time Remaining 20:00. Time Remaining 19:00 Time Remaining 18:00.
Review Day. ERROR ANALYSIS- Students have completed the following problems incorrectly. Write a sentence for each on a lined sheet of paper explaining.
LETRS SPELLING LESSON 1 Short a and Long a Copyright © 2013 Kelly Mott.
Work … every morning…. With sleepy seeds still in your eyes, you start whining at the thought of going to work.
5.1 Open Syllable Y as a vowel. hit What kind of syllable? Why? What sound does the vowel make? Make the syllable open What sound does the vowel have.
Presentation Subject-English Topic: “Common patterns of stress and intonation in English”
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 4 (Review of Double, E-Drop, and Nothing) moving adding talking spelling having cutting setting reading feeling coming.
Word Study for Intermediate Readers and Writers: The Syllables and Affixes Stage Chapter 7.
Pavement Markings Quiz Q. 1 & 2. Pavement Markings Quiz Q. 3.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 56 (Geography Syllable Sort) temperature island oceancontinent tropical Africa Atlantic Indian Europe Australia equator.
TEACHING SPELLING Best Practices in Teaching Spelling Model Spelling Lesson.
Sound Sorting Preschoolers will be using SOUND SORTING to identify beginning sounds.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 5 (Adding ED to Words) savedwaited passed closed scored planned hopped joined shouted seemed grabbed lived mixed stirred.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 52 (Suffixes –NESS, -FUL, and -NESS) penniless goodness darknesshomeless restless plentiful weakness painful thankfulness.
Words Their Way. The Basis for Word Study Word study is developmental Word study follows the continuum of word knowledge. Most students follow the same.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 16 (Open and Closed Syllables and Inflected Endings) plotting leaking floated wrapped nodded quoted hopingcleaned shouting.
Final stable syllable -tion-sion. Final stable syllable -tion /shun/ Vowels a, e, o, u before the final stable syllable are long (station, notion)
Hierarchy Map Analysis Activity Geography Standard 1A.
Poetry Terminology Identify the following definitions.
“The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” “The Cross of Snow”
WALT: Recognise the rhythm of a haiku and write our own haiku.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 50 (Suffixes –Y, -LY, -ILY) loudly snowy sunnyhappily roughly quietly stormy chilly easily noisily angrily lazily slowly.
Back to menu How did you set about the task?
Rhythm and Meter. What are they? Rhythm refers to any wavelike recurrence of motion or sound. Rhythm refers to any wavelike recurrence of motion or sound.
Diphthongs. Definition Speech sound beginning with one vowel sound and moving to another vowel sound within the same syllable. For example, oy in the.
Today you will need….. A pencil Two different crayons Your math journal.
Chapter 5 Phonemic Awareness Phonemic awareness is children’s basic understanding that speech is composed of a series of individual sounds, and it provides.
Daily Check 1)Find the first 3 terms of the following sequence: 2)Write the formula for the following arithmetic sequence. -2, 1, 4, 7, 10.
Long Vowel Sound in Open Accented Syllable; (j) spelled with dge; & Contractions Grade 3Unit 1 Lesson 3.
Sort 31 Unaccented Final Syllable (er, ar, or and our) Schwa - /Ər/
RECURSIVE PATTERNS WRITE A START VALUE… THEN WRITE THE PATTERN USING THE WORDS NOW AND NEXT: NEXT = NOW _________.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 32 (Agents and Comparatives) smoother dreamer dancerbeggar older younger driver swimmer sooner farmer fresherjogger biggeractor.
Fun things around us Chapter 6, Book 5B Primary Longman Express.
Read the word above. How many syllables are in this word? Where should the word be divided? Ma/jor The syllable breaks before the second consonant.
Syllable & Affix Patterns: Sort 51 (Comparatives –ER, -EST) dirtier calmer braver happier crazier weakest closer coolest easiest prettiest dirtiest craziest.
Feasibility and Infeasibility Are all problems easy to solve?
Crofton Elementary School. Were having a Vocabulary Parade! Crofton Elementary.
Word Study Phonics, Spelling, and Vocabulary Learning at Home.
Poetry A kind of rhythmic, compressed language that uses figures of speech and imagery to appeal to emotion or imagination.
Figurative Language Language that uses imagery (pictures in your mind) and figures of speech.
What is Word Study? Jane Bean-Folkes February, 2014.
By Cindy Blevins Instructional Support Teacher, GISD Step by Step.
FACERISIC Unscramble the word above to work out the theme of today’s lesson…
Settlement Patterns DispersedLinearNucleated. Settlement Patterns and Hierarchy Using your OS map find as many examples of settlement patterns as you.
Short Vowels Sort the pictures according to vowel sounds. Press space bar to see the vowels. By: Mrs. Sabata and Mrs. McDaniel.
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