Lesson 2 - Consonant-Vowel-Consonant Words

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Closed syllable words contain short vowel sounds. A phonics lessons introduces readers to consonant-vowel-consonant words. Guided instruction introduces the words with a series of dictation activities, and then learners practice reading and pronouncing the words during a fun bingo game.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Print out pictures of CVC words and write the word the picture represents on the bottom, marking the vowel sound
  • Purchase recordable buttons and record each short vowel sound on a different button for listeners to press when they encounter a word that contains the sound
Classroom Considerations

  • Review the list of materials and print required resources before beginning the lesson
  • Second of 17 parts in the Word Recognition and Fluency series
Pros

  • Brings in elements of kinesthetic learning
  • Offers a script for teachers to follow
Cons

  • Lacks images to enhance the descriptions
Common Core