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Dividing Syllables

Dividing Syllables

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Lessons 17–18
17
TEACH
Remind students that words can be divided into unitscalled
 syllables,
each of which has its own vowelsound. Explain that when a syllable ends with aconsonant, its vowel sound is usually short. Say thewords
rabbit, napkin,
and
object 
with students, firstsyllable by syllable, and then the whole word. Nextwrite the words on the chalkboard. Have studentsdraw slashes to divide each word into syllables.Finally, have students underline the vowel in eachsyllable and tell what sound it stands for. Encouragestudents to notice that those syllables that end withconsonants have short vowel sounds.
PRACTICE
Next, write these words on the board:
motel, program, volcano, unless, react, began,
and
imprint.
Have students read the words aloud syllable bysyllable and draw slashes to divide each word intosyllables. Then have them underline each syllablethat has a short vowel sound. Tell students to noticethat those syllables follow the closed syllable rule.
 APPLY 
Provide students with a list of words that have closedsyllables. Have students read each word aloud, writeit on a sheet of paper, and divide it into syllables. Askstudents to circle each syllable in which the vowelletter stands for the short sound of the vowel.
WORK INDEPENDENTLY 
For further practice, assign this Practice Page:
• 18: Words with Closed Syllables,
p. 96
WHOLE/SMALL–GROUP INSTRUCTION  SMALL–GROUP INSTRUCTION 
OPEN AND CLOSED SYLLABLESLESSONS 17–18
TEACH
Remind students that words can be divided into unitscalled
 syllables
, each of which has its own vowelsound. Explain that when a syllable ends with avowel, the vowel usually “says its name.” Say thewords
 program
,
basic 
, and
unit 
with students, firstsyllable by syllable, and then the whole word. Writethe words on the chalkboard. Have students drawslashes to divide each word into syllables and askthem to underline the first syllable. ( 
 programbasic,unit 
 ) Point out that the first syllable of each wordends with a vowel. Finally, have students circle thevowel at the end of each underlined syllable and tellwhat sound it stands for. ( 
 /¯ o/, /a
¯ 
 /, /u¯
 )
PRACTICE
Next, write these words on the board:
label, potato,react, equal, item, spider, cargo, moment, menu
.Have students read the words aloud syllable bysyllable and draw slashes to divide each word intosyllables. Ask them to underline each syllable inwhich the vowel says its name. Point out that thosesyllables follow the open syllable rule.
 APPLY 
Provide students with a list of words that have opensyllables. Have students read each word aloud, writeit on a sheet of paper, and divide it into syllables. Askstudents to circle each syllable in which the vowelsays its name.
WORK INDEPENDENTLY 
For further practice, assign this Practice Page:
• 17: Words with Open Syllables,
p. 95
Lesson 17:
Words with Open Syllables* 
Lesson 18:
Words with Closed  Syllables* 
*
See the Word List on
page 139
 for possible exemplars.
*
See the Word List on
page 139
 for possible exemplars.
WHOLE/SMALL–GROUP INSTRUCTION  SMALL–GROUP INSTRUCTION 
 
Use with page 17.
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Open Syllables 
PRACTICE PAGE 17
Name
1.
pilot
2.
photo
 3.
cubic
4.
broken
5.
legal
6.
omit
7.
paper
8.
giant
9.
tiger
10.
erase
Circle It
Read each pair of words. Then circle the word that begins with an open first syllable.11.
felinefellow
12.
honesthotel
13.
mildewmigrate
14.
robotrobber
15.
silentsilver
16.
polarpollen
17.
modemmodern
18.
nastynasal
19.
cabinetcable
20.
noticenostril
lot pi
Break It
Read the words below. Then divide each word into syllables on the blanks.Finally, circle each open syllable. (Hint: In an open syllable, the syllable endswith a vowel and the vowel says its name.) The first one is done for you.
 Journal
Write these
READ 180
words in your journal. Read the words aloud. Then circleeach open syllable.
famous music future humor license protest program

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