This word study resource is a daily 10-minute teaching routine that helps students learn to recognize and understand the many jobs of silent e. In addition, they will analyze affixes, phonemes, morphology, and syllabication.
Designed for grades 2-5, this resource will help your students unlock the code and become skilled readers and spellers. With engaging Google Slides presentations, a comprehensive teacher guide, and a student recording sheet, this resource is a must-have for any teacher looking to .
What’s Included In This Resource?
- (used to teach/analyze each word):
- There are a total of 20 words in your slide deck.
- There are 9 spelling patterns. For each spelling pattern, there are two words: one for modeling during your lesson and one for guided practice. There is also one day of mixed review.
- Jobs of silent e covered are:
- creating long vowels
- words can’t end with v or u
- giving syllables a written vowel
- differentiate singular words that end with s
- create soft c and g
- to make the word look bigger
- voiced and unvoiced th
- to clarify the meaning visually between similar words
- unseen reasons
- Not quite sure what the syllable division rules are? Or what a schwa vowel sound is? Or what to point out when focusing on morphology? Don’t worry… the teacher guide will walk you through all of this! It includes a detailed analysis of each word in your deck. From how to divide the word into syllables, to spelling patterns, to word parts, to pronunciation.
- If you want your students to follow along paper/pencil as you are analyzing the word(s) of the day, print out the student recording sheet so they can –
- identify the part of speech
- label syllables
- label short and long vowels
- circle digraphs, blends, glued sounds, vowel teams, or silent letters
- highlight prefixes and suffixes
What Does The Routine Look Like?
- Step 1: Prep by printing out your teacher guide and making copies of the student recording sheet
- Step 2: Put your Google Slides presentation in slideshow mode and as you work your way through the teacher guide mini-lesson, click for the animations to occur on the Slide
- Step 3: You have two words for each pattern. Use word #1 to model during your lesson, and then use word #2 for guided practice.
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