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  1. A syllable ending in a vowel sound rather than a consonant sound, as in baby
    Open syllable
  2. A syllable ending with one or more onsonants, as in mat hand
    closed syllable
  3. A syllable with a long vowel, spelled with one voewl + one consonant + silent e as in compete
    Vowel-Consonant -e (VCe)
  4. Syllables with long or short vowel spellings that use two to four letters to spell the vowel. Dipthongs are included.
    Vowel team
  5. A syllable with er, ir, or, ar, or ur Vowel pronunciation often changes before /r/ as in corn
    R-Controlled vowel
  6. An unaccented final syllable that contains a consonant before /l/ followed by a silent e as in able or rifle
    Consonant - LE
  7. an uninterrupted segment of speech consisting of a center of relatively great sonority with or without one or more accompanying sounds of relatively less sonority
  8. the study of the rules for the formation of grammatical sentences in a language
  9. A method of teaching reading which first teaches the letter sounds and then builds up to blending these sounds together to achieve full pronunciation of whole words
    Synthetic phonics
  10. a voiced speech sound made without stoppage or friction of the air flow as it passes through the vocal tract, the most pominent sound in a syllable
  11. a vocabulary development and word study activity in which words on cards are grouped according to designated categories, as by spelling patterns, vowel sounds, shared meanings, etc
    word sorts
  12. The assumption underlying alphabetic writing systems that each speech sound or phoneme of a language should have its own distinctive graphic representation. Every sound should have its own letter, e.g. TH would be one letter
    Alphabetic Principle
  13. A whole-to-part approach to word study in which the student is first taught a number of sight words and then relevant phonic generalizations, which are subsequently applied to other words
    Analytic phonics
  14. A speech sound made by partial or complete closure of part of the vocal tract, which obstructs air flow and causes audible friction in varying amounts
  15. short vowel closed syllable. A single vowel little followed by one or more consonants and the vowel sound is the short sound for that vowel letter
  16. open syllable the vowel sound is long (ie ssay its name) the second C cannot be a consonant blend or silent cluster
  17. 1 consonant must be present. This is "when 2 vowels go walking, the 1st does the talking", the first is long
  18. a way of teaching new concepts in which the students must learn from implied information. It provides examples, uses, and illustrations without a direct statement
    Implicit instruction
  19. An approach to language learning in which students oral compositions are transcribed and used as materials of instruction for reading, writing, speaking, and listening. students dictate stories and experiences
    Language Experience Approaceh (LEA)
  20. A book containing an alphabetical arragement of words, i.e. dictionary
  21. The teaching of letter-sound relationships as needed while a student reads a text, with the goal of improving decoding ability.
    Embedded Phonics
  22. Context in which you read e.g. a menu vs a novel
  23. SOUNDS only, individual phoneme sounds
    Phonemic awareness
  24. See the hwole word, then break down to find meaning
    Analytic phonics
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