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Nonsense words in the story in Table 3 and the patterns that follow include ved, vot, tas, lun, nud, fap (CVC words where the vowel sound is usually short); kide, gite, vape (CVCe
where the final e usually dictates that the vowel sound is long); Zummy, tassed, simmy, tassing, lelling, lelled, fapped, fapping (where the double consonant usually dictates that the preceding vowel sound is short); meeb, teep, neep (where double e is usually pronounced as long e); and blimpy, Zummy, Wicky, simmy (where the ending <y> is usually a long e sound).
Four activities were involved in Sounds and Words: (a) during "Letter sounds" pairs asked each other to "Say the sound" of letters and letter combinations; (b) "Hearing Sounds" provided segmentation practice as students stretched words such as "dog"; (c) "Sounding out" activities provided reading practice on decodable words with 3-5 phonemes per word, such as CVC (e.g., "cat"), CVCC (e.g., "fish"), CCVC (e.g., "stop"), CVCe
(e.g., "cake"), and CVVC ("meat") patterns; and finally (d) "Sentences and Stories" enabled students to read to each other simple PALS stories comprised of previously taught decodable words and sight words.
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(Not counting implieds.) Decency lucked out for a change as these are all two-vowel CVCe
pattern words while almost all English "4-letter words" are single vowel CVCC pattern, j'ever notice?)
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Possible vowel pattern contrasts include 1) short versus long vowel sound patterns, 2) long versus long vowel sound patterns (e.g., CVVC, CVCe
), 3) representations for long i (e.g., iCe, igh, ild, ind) and 4) representations for long o (e.g., oCe, oa, old, olt, oll, ost, ow).
Students with basic print skills engaged in more advanced phonics and word-study by recognizing, sorting, generating and writing word families (e.g., CVC, CVCE
) using picture cards and word cards.
window pane (VCe, CVCe
, CCVCe) Consonant-le pud dle A final syllable containing a rum ble consonant before le.