Boost Your Spelling & Reading Skills by Learning the 6 Syllable Types - Version 1
Students will learn the 6 syllable types and how to spell them when heard in a word. This will increase their spelling and reading confidence! Class is taught in a multi-sensory format while maintaining a positive, encouraging class atmosphere.
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Twice per week
over 3 weeks
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per learner - per class
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Learners who struggle with reading or spelling need a structured and explicit approach to these subjects. Learning the 6 syllable types helps students determine how to spell a word based on the sounds the vowel has in each type of syllable. It also helps when reading so that students can divide a long word into its syllables and know what the vowel sounds are in each syllable. This helps students become more efficient readers & spellers, creating the strong foundation needed for spelling &...
Students will be able to identify the 6 syllable types and apply that knowledge to spelling and reading words.
Allison Woolley has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California at Davis. She has homeschooled her children for 12 years and has seen the benefit of teaching syllable types to her own children, specifically the help it gives to struggling spellers and readers. Her experience also includes tutoring English Language Arts to 2nd – 6th graders and teaching faith formation classes to children in pre-K through 8th grade.
A short homework assignment will be posted after each class, giving the learners a chance to practice spelling the syllable types learned in class. If submitted to the teacher, she will reply within 24 hours with feedback. Plan to spend about 10 minutes on homework.
• pencil & paper OR dry-erase board, marker, & eraser • index cards to create flashcards for each syllable type OR one sheet of paper where the learner can note and define each syllable type (based on learner preference)
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
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281 total reviews
412 completed classes
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