October 2, 2017
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By Mia Perez

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It’s Game Time: Multisyllabic Words with R-Controlled Vowels

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Students will be able to identify, read, and create multisyllabic words with R-controlled vowels.

(5 minutes)
  • Write the vowels A,E, I, O, and UOn the board.
  • Call on students to make both the long and short sounds for each vowel.
  • Then add an R next to each vowel. Tell students that when a vowel is followed by an R the vowel no longer makes the long or short vowel sound. Instead, it makes a new sound. These are called R-controlled vowels.
  • Model for the students how to pronounce each new vowel combination: Ar, Er, Ir, Or, and Ur. Point out that Er, Ir, and UrAll make the same UrSound as in "fur."
(10 minutes)
  • Ask students to brainstorm a list of words that have the R-controlled vowel combination.
  • Write students’ ideas on the board.
  • Tell students that today they are going to focus on multisyllabic words with R-controlled vowel combinations.
  • Tell students that Multisyllabic wordsAre words with more than one syllable.
  • Look through the students’ brainstormed list and ask students to identify whether or not any of these words are multisyllabic.
(10 minutes)
  • Write Ar, Er, Ir, Or, and UrAt the top of chart paper.
  • Ask students to brainstorm a list of multisyllabic words with R-controlled vowel combinations and write their ideas under each heading.
  • Write the world GarlicOn the board. Tell students that this word has two syllables and two vowels. Since the R follows the A, the ArShould stay together in the same syllable. Therefore, garlic is divided as gar/lic.
  • Call on students to come to the chart paper and practise dividing the multisyllabic words with R-controlled vowels on their brainstormed list.
  • Tell students that they should use this technique of breaking up a word by its syllables if they need assistance decoding a word.
(20 minutes)
  • Tell students that they will be using multisyllabic words with R-controlled vowels to create and play their own board games.
  • Show students the Multisyllabic Words with R-Controlled Vowels Board Game template and instruct them to fill in the blank squares with one multisyllabic word that has an R-controlled vowel.
  • Once they are done completing the board game, tell them to find a partner and take turns playing each other’s game.
  • Refer students to the instructions at the top of the board game page if they have questions about how to play the game.

Support:

  • For students who need extra support, give them the option to write single syllable words with R-controlled vowels on their board game or give them the board game with the multisyllabic words with R-controlled vowels already filled into each of the blank squares so that the students can focus on reading the words.
  • Use the worksheet Word Sort: Multisyllabic Words with R-Controlled Vowels for students to get extra practise with this skill.

Enrichment:

  • For students who need an extra challenge, ask them to fill in each blank square on their board game with a sentence containing a multisyllabic words with an R-controlled vowel as opposed to a single word.
  • For advanced students, connect two board games so that the students are challenged to think of more multisyllabic words with R-controlled vowels.
(10 minutes)
  • Call students to the rug and have them sit in a circle.
  • Distribute the Multisyllabic Words with R-Controlled Vowels: Stand Up! sorting cards and give one card to each student.
  • Ask students to sit in a circle.
  • Hold up one of the R-controlled vowel combination signs and have students make the sound of this vowel combination.
  • Instruct the students holding a word card containing this vowel combination to stand up. Ask each of the students who stand up to read their word aloud.
  • Collect the cards, mix them up, and repeat.
(5 minutes)
  • Distribute one small strip of paper to each student.
  • Tell students these are exit slips and they must write their name along with one multisyllabic word with an R-controlled vowel on this slip.
  • Students will attach their slip to a classmates’ strip to create one long classroom word chain for the students to continue to add to throughout the week.

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