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Crack the Code and Read Like a Hero: Phonics Instruction for the Closed Syllable
This class focuses on learning about the closed syllable pattern. It is the most common of the 6 syllable types. This is a foundational skill all readers need to master to be able to crack the code to reading so they can read like a hero.
Kim Stalker M.Ed. NBCT
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This is one of my one-time classes that is part of my Crack the Code and Read Like a Hero series that focuses on the Simple View of Reading, specifically the decoding side, from the Science of Reading research. The Simple View of Reading is: Decoding (D) x Language Comprehension (LC) = Reading Comprehension (RC) During our time together we will warm up with learning what a syllable is by counting syllables in words. Then we will learn about 1 syllable words with a...
Students will learn what a syllable is. Students will learn that all syllables have at least one vowel. They will be able to locate the vowel in the word, and decide which sound the vowel will make. They will be able label and recognize the patterns for closed syllables..
In my 28 years of teaching I have been trained in all kinds of different ways to teach students to read. This most recent method of teaching students to understand how and why letters make different sounds when put with other letters and placed in certain parts of the words has completely changed my way of thinking. I have seen huge gains in the students I work with in my brick and mortar school by teaching students the syllable types and how those syllable types work together to make bigger words.
There is no homework, but I encourage you to continue to play the Roll and Read game. I also encourage you to go on a word hunt in books or other forms of text for words that have the closed syllable pattern.
1 file available upon enrollmentThe Roll and Read game is provided Students will need something to write with such as a white board and marker or paper and marker. White boards and markers work best if possible because it is easier to see on camera.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students will need to know most of the letters and their sounds for them to be successful in this class. We will use some 2 letter blends and digraphs(ch, sh, th, wh) as well.
Kim Stalker M.Ed. NBCT
A Crafty Elementary Academic Coach with a Heart for All Things Literacy. plus a little more
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
39 total reviews
43 completed classes
Hello everyone! Thank you so much for taking the time to get to know me. I live in Arkansas with my husband. We have 2 wonderful children but we are empty nesters. They have grown and flown our nest. I have been officially teaching for 28 years,...