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Open Syllable Patterns and CVCe Patterns. bro / ken The word broken has two syllables. The syllables break between the vowel o and the consonant k. When.

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1 Open Syllable Patterns and CVCe Patterns

2 bro / ken The word broken has two syllables. The syllables break between the vowel o and the consonant k. When a syllable ends with a vowel, the syllable is usually pronounced with a long vowel sound. This is called an open syllable. It is called an open syllable because there is nothing to stop the sound. Your mouth is open (try it- make any vowel sound and youll notice that your mouth is open!! Your lips, tongue, throat, or teeth wont be stopping the sound !)

3 cli/ent The syllable break is between two vowels - i and e. When a syllable breaks between two vowels, the first syllable is an open syllable and the second syllable is usually a closed syllable. Sometimes vowels form what is called a digraph like the vowels ee in the word feed or the vowels ea in the word break. These letters stay together in the same syllable and wont be broken up.

4 de/ride The syllable break is between – e and r. The first syllable ends with a vowel. Therefore, it is an open syllable and the vowel has a long sound. The second syllable follows the CVCe pattern. Although it is a closed syllable, the i has a long sound because of the silent e at the end of the syllable. Remember- identifying syllables and their patterns is one more tool to help you read unfamiliar words!

5 TRY THESE. Where are the syllable breaks? What are the syllable patterns?

6 vacation va/ca/tion The first and second syllables are open.

7 female fe/male The first syllable is an open syllable. The second syllable is closed and follows the CVCe pattern

8 music mu/sic The first syllable is open. The second syllable is closed.

9 stabilize sta/bil/ize The first syllable is open. What about the second syllable- open or closed? What about the 3 rd syllable? Why does it have a long sound?

10 reentry re/en/try open, closed, open

11 Look in the story, Line Drive. Find longer words with open syllable patterns.


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