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Spelling Rule 4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

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If teaching this lesson only

 

If teaching the lessons sequentially, continue with

e
e

1. Teach the phonogram

says /ĕ-ē/ as in tent and be .

2. Which sound of E is the short sound? /ĕ/

6. Review the phonograms and spelling rules from previous lessons.

7. Read the words in the blue columns.

3. The second sound is called the long sound. The long sound is also the

8. Review the words from previous lessons.

name of the phonogram. What is the long sound?

/ē/

4. Teach Spelling Rule 4: A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of the syllable.

5. Read the words in the green columns.

 

Future Dolch Words using this Concept

 

Word

Lesson

Rule

so

12

o

says /ŏ-ō-ö/.

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R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

no

12

o

says /ŏ-ō-ö/.

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

go

12

o

says /ŏ-ō-ö/.

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

 

12

o

says /ŏ-ō-ö/.

over

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

5

er

says /er/.

 

12

o

says /ŏ-ō-ö/.

going

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

7

ng

says /ng/.

 

13

a

says /ă-ā-ä/.

a

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

14

R.31.1

Any vowel may say one of the schwa sounds, /ŭ/ or /ĭ/, in an unstressed syllable or unstressed word.

 

13

a

says /ă-ā-ä/.

away

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

14

R.31.1

Any vowel may say one of the schwa sounds, /ŭ/ or /ĭ/, in an unstressed syllable or unstressed word.

 

10

ay

says /ā/.

 

3

th

says /th-TH/.

the

11

e

says /ĕ-ē/.

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

 

14

R.31.1

Any vowel may say one of the schwa sounds, /ŭ/ or /ĭ/, in an unstressed syllable or unstressed word.

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here

11

e

says /ĕ-ē/.

18

R.12.1

The vowel says its long sound because of the E.

 

3

th

says /th-TH/.

 

these

11

e

says /ĕ-ē/.

18

R.12.1

The vowel says its long sound because of the E.

 

1

s

says /s-z/.

 

11

e

says /ĕ-ē/.

before

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

12

o

says /ŏ-ō-ö/.

 

18

R.12.1

The vowel says its long sound because of the E.

 

22

sh

says /sh/.

 

she

11

e

says /ĕ-ē/.

 

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

 

13

a

says /ă-ā-ä/.

around

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

14

R.31.1

Any vowel may say one of the schwa sounds, /ŭ/ or /ĭ/, in an unstressed syllable or unstressed word.

 

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ou

says /ow-ō-ö-ŭ/.

 

13

a

says /ă-ā-ä/.

about

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

14

R.31.1

Any vowel may say one of the schwa sounds, /ŭ/ or /ĭ/, in an unstressed syllable or unstressed word.

 

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ou

says /ow-ō-ö-ŭ/.

 

13

a

says /ă-ā-ä/.

 

table

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

 

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R.12.4

Every syllable must have a written vowel.

 

11

e

says /ĕ-ē/.

because

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

51

au

says /ä/.

 

1

s

says /s-z/.

47

R.12.9

Unseen reason.

13

a

says /ă-ā-ä/.

11

R.4

A E O U usually say their long sounds at the end of a syllable.

 

again

14

R.31.1

Any vowel may say one of the schwa sounds, /ŭ/ or /ĭ/, in an unstressed syllable or unstressed word.

 

10

ai

says /ā/.

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Say to Spell

Note:

Rule 4 is the most common reason for a single vowel to say its long sound.

Note:

Vowels are sounds that are unblocked and can be sustained or sung with the mouth open. Consonants are sounds that are blocked by the tongue, teeth, or lips. Consonants

cannot be sung. Have the students conduct an experiment to determine of a sound is a vowel or a consonant.

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