consonant sound or sounds that may precede the vowel rime is the vowel and all

Consonant sound or sounds that may precede the vowel

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consonant sound or sounds that may precede the vowel; rime is the vowel and all other consonant sounds that may follow the vowel. Say the two parts slowly and then blend into a whole word: School onset - /sch/; rime - /ool/ Star onset - /st/; rime - /ar/ Place onset - /pl/; rime - /ace/ All onset (none); rime - /all/ General Progression of Phoneme Awareness Skills (K–2) Phonemes are individual speech sounds that are combined to create words in a language system. Phoneme awareness requires progressive differentiation of sounds in spoken words and the ability to think about and manipulate those sounds. Activities should lead to the pairing of phonemes (speech sounds) with graphemes (letters and letter combinations that represent those sounds) for the purposes of word recognition and spelling. Phoneme Identity:- Say the sound that begins these words. What is your mouth doing when you make that sound? milk, mouth, monster /m/ — the lips are together, and the sound goes through the nose. thick, thimble, thank /th/ — the tongue is between the teeth, and a hissy sound is produced. octopus, otter, opposite /o/ — the mouth is wide open, and we can sing that sound. Phoneme Isolation What is the first speech sound in this word? ship /sh/ van /v/
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king /k/ echo /e/ What is the last speech sound in this word? comb /m/ sink /k/ rag /g/ go /o/ Phoneme Blending (Spoken Language) Blend the sounds to make a word: (Provide these sounds slowly.) /s/ /ay/ say /ou/ /t/ out /sh/ /ar/ /k/ shark /p/ /o/ /s/ /t/ post Phoneme Segmentatio n (Spoken Language) Say each sound as you move a chip onto a line or sound box: no /n/ /o/ rag /r/ /a/ /g/ socks /s/ /o/ /k/ /s/ float /f/ /l/ /oa/ /t/
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Bibliography: The Core Knowledge Language Arts References:
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