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    1. 1. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Syllables Types BySyllables Types By Sajjad AhmadSajjad Ahmad Awan PhD ScholarAwan PhD Scholar
    2. 2. 6 Types of Syllables6 Types of Syllables Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar 1-Closed 2-Open 3-Magic E 5-Controlled R 4-Vowel Pair 6-Final Stable
    3. 3. Syllable TSyllable Tyyppee: “Closed”: “Closed” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Consonant Vowel Consonant C V C -------------------------------------- h a t c v c -------------------------------------- C
    4. 4. Syllable Type: “Closed”Syllable Type: “Closed” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Starts with a Consonant (b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k,l, m, n p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z) Next letter is a Vowel (a, e, i, o, u and y) Ends with a Consonant Proof: CVC (consonant/vowel/consonant) Label as “C” for Closed syllable
    5. 5. Syllable Type: “Closed”Syllable Type: “Closed” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (1) m a d (2) h i d (3) m o p
    6. 6. Syllable Type: “Closed”Syllable Type: “Closed” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Consonant blend = CONSONANT: bl cr dr fr pr scr th ch nt ld ss ck tch rd nd rt Black scratch hand dress c v c c v c c v c c v c
    7. 7. Syllable Type: “Closed”Syllable Type: “Closed” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (4) blast (5) thank (6) switch
    8. 8. Syllable Type: “Closed”Syllable Type: “Closed” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Turn and talk: What does a Closed Syllable look like? How do you prove it? How do you label it?
    9. 9. Knowledge Check: “Closed”Knowledge Check: “Closed” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar (11) What is a Closed syllable? (describe in your own words) _____________________________ _____________________________ Write 2 Closed syllable words. Prove and label them. (12)_________ (13)_________
    10. 10. Closed syllables are __ V __ syllables. The ________ is between two consonants. Label the closed syllable with a “__” CClosed: Turn and Talklosed: Turn and Talk Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Menu The End 
    11. 11. (CONSONANT + VOWEL……THAT’S(CONSONANT + VOWEL……THAT’S IT!)IT!) OO D OD O C VC V Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Syllable Type: “Open”Syllable Type: “Open”
    12. 12. Syllable Type: “Open”Syllable Type: “Open” • Starts with a Consonant (b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k,l, m, n p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z) • Next letter is a Vowel (a, e, i, o, u and y) • That’s it! • Proof: cv (consonant/vowel) • Label as “O” for OPEN syllable Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    13. 13. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar What does an OPEN syllable look like? Think of 1 OPEN syllable words. Share it – prove it – label it! Turn and Talk about Open SyllableTurn and Talk about Open Syllable
    14. 14. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (1) t o (2) b e (3) tr y Syllable Type: “Open”Syllable Type: “Open”
    15. 15. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar “ow” is a vowel sound as in O SH OW c v “ow” is a vowel sound as in O N OW c v Oddball Open Syllables:Oddball Open Syllables:
    16. 16. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (4) c o w (5) k n o w (6) m o w Oddball Open Syllables:Oddball Open Syllables:
    17. 17. Syllable Type: “Open”Syllable Type: “Open” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar (11) What is a Open syllable? (describe in your own words) _____________________________ _____________________________ Write 2 Open syllable words. Prove and label them. (12)_________ (13)_________
    18. 18. Label the syllables:Label the syllables: CC=closed=closed OO=open=open 1.step1.step 2.by2.by 3.top3.top 4.fat4.fat 5. sky5. sky 6.sand6.sand 7.show7.show 8.me8.me 9.now9.now 10.chess10.chess 11.switch11.switch 12.cow12.cow Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    19. 19. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Turn and Talk: What is O? How do you prove O? How are C and O different?  The end  Syllable Type: “Open”Syllable Type: “Open” Menu
    20. 20. ((OTHERWOTHERWIISSEE KNOWN ASKNOWN AS “SILENT“SILENT EE”” AND IS NOTED BYAND IS NOTED BY ““M-EM-E”)”) M-EM-E TT AA MM EE (LONG) (SILENT)(LONG) (SILENT) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar SyllableSyllable TTyyppee: “: “MagicMagic EE”” Do you notice anything about the color red and green that I have used?
    21. 21. Magic EMagic E (g(g aa tt ee)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Ends in a silent e (“e” makes no sound) *Previous vowel is a long vowel Proof: cross out silent e and put a line over long vowel Label as “M-E” for Magic-E syllable Vocabulary Word: *previous means “before” something else
    22. 22. Magic E (M-E)Magic E (M-E) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (1) m a d e (2) h i d e (3) r o p e
    23. 23. Turn and Talk about M-E!Turn and Talk about M-E! Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar What does an M-E syllable look like? Think of 1 word with M-E Share it! Prove it! Label it!
    24. 24. Magic E (M-E)Magic E (M-E) Write the word “baseball” on your paper Prove and Label the M- E syllable on your paper… (hint—color) (4) b a s e b a l l (4b) Bonus: What type of syllable is “ball”… Prove it!!! Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    25. 25. Write the word that names this item: (5)_____________.Prove it - Label it Magic E (M-E)Magic E (M-E) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    26. 26. KNOWLEDGE CHECK: “M-E” SYLLABLESKNOWLEDGE CHECK: “M-E” SYLLABLES Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar (10) What is a M-E syllable? (describe in your own words) _____________________________ _____________________________ Write 2 M-E words. Prove and label them. (11)_________ (12)_________
    27. 27. Label the syllables:Label the syllables: CC=closed=closed OO=open=open M-EM-E=magic-E=magic-E 1.Step1.Step 2.Bone2.Bone 3.To3.To 4.Fry4.Fry 5.Rice5.Rice 6.Hand6.Hand 7.Crate7.Crate 8.Me8.Me 9.Chess9.Chess 10.Ski10.Ski 11.Now11.Now 12.Grass12.Grass 13.Note13.Note 14.Just14.Just 15.Twice15.Twice 16.Spa16.Spa Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    28. 28. Magic – E (M-E)Magic – E (M-E) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Turn and Talk: What is M-E? How do you prove M-E? How are C, O, and M-E different?  The end  Menu
    29. 29. TWO VOWELS TOGETHERTWO VOWELS TOGETHER --VVVV-- VPVP MM EAEA TT V VV V Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Syllable: “Vowel PSyllable: “Vowel Paiair”r” ((VPVP))
    30. 30. Syllable: “Vowel PSyllable: “Vowel Paiair” (r” (VPVP)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Have two vowels together First Vowel talks first! Second Vowel usually says nothing— (silent). Prove it—vv Label it—”VP”
    31. 31. Syllable: “Vowel PSyllable: “Vowel Paiair” (r” (VPVP)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Possible Vowel Pairs: ai au ay brain haul bay ea ee ei ey beat feet rein hey ia ie dial lie oa oe oi boat shoe foil oo ou oy root pout toy ue uy clue buy
    32. 32. Syllable: “Vowel PSyllable: “Vowel Paiair” (r” (VPVP)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (1) Hair (2) Stray (3) Haul
    33. 33. Turn and Talk: “Vowel Pair” (Turn and Talk: “Vowel Pair” (VPVP)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar What is a VP? Think of 1 word with VP Share it - prove it – label it!
    34. 34. Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VPVP)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar (8)What is a VP syllable? (describe in your own words) _____________________________ _____________________________ Show two VP examples and prove each: (9)________ (10)________
    35. 35. CC=closed=closed OO=open=open M-EM-E=Magic-E=Magic-E CRCR=Controlled-R=Controlled-R VPVP=Vowel Pair=Vowel Pair 1.blade 2.seat 3.turn 4.hey 5.spy 6.we 7.brass 8.snake 9.free 10.load 11.shy 12.storm 13.barn 14.stalk 15.kept 16.quote Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    36. 36. Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VP)Syllable: “Vowel Pair” (VP) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Turn and Talk: What is a VP? How do you prove it? How do you label it?  The end  Menu
    37. 37. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar (“r” controls the sound of a,e,i,o,u) CR w ar t v r Syllable Type: Controlled RSyllable Type: Controlled R ((CRCR))
    38. 38. Syllable Type:Syllable Type: Controlled RControlled R ((CRCR)) with a, e, i, o, uwith a, e, i, o, u Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar sw ar m f er n s t ir w or m f ur
    39. 39. CR = Controlled R syllablesCR = Controlled R syllables Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar has to have a vowel before the “r” the “r” controls the sound of the vowel the vowel, therefore, may not sound like you would expect it to sound.
    40. 40. CR = Controlled R syllablesCR = Controlled R syllables Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (1) c a r t (2) f o r t (3) s t a r t
    41. 41. Think of some CR words with “Think of some CR words with “erer”” Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar f er n v er se f ur / th er pre / f er You try it…(8) _________________
    42. 42. Think of some CR words with “ir”:Think of some CR words with “ir”: Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar f ir st f ir m b ir th squ ir t You try it: (9) _________________
    43. 43. Think of some CR words with “or”:Think of some CR words with “or”: Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar st or m f or m p or / tion s or / ry You try it (10) _________________
    44. 44. Think of some CR words with “Think of some CR words with “urur”:”: Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar hurt fur Blurt hur / ry You try it (11) _________________
    45. 45. Tricky Text!Tricky Text! Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar NEW RULE: CR RULES “M-E” and “C” store (16)___/not___ Fire (17)___/not___ Barn (18)___/not___ Smart (19)___/not___ What’s the new rule? Write it, prove it, label it! (20)_________________ (21)________________
    46. 46. KNOWLEDGE CHECK: “CR” SYLLABLESKNOWLEDGE CHECK: “CR” SYLLABLES Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar 22. What is a CR syllable? (describe in your own words) ___________________________________ ___________________________________ Show two CR examples and prove each: 23._____________ 24. ______________
    47. 47. CC == closedclosed CRCR == controlled-Rcontrolled-R =“be careful!”=“be careful!” OO == openopen MEME == magic-Emagic-E 1.Bar 2.Step 3.Bone 4.Try 5.Forth 6.Vote 7.Worth 8.Strap 9.Spry 10.Bi-Mart  11.Horse 12.Stop 13.Mare 14.Ski 15.Brass 16.Match 17.Squirm 18.Sorry  19.Cry 20.Burn Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    48. 48. Turn and Talk: Controlled R (CR)Turn and Talk: Controlled R (CR) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar What is CR? How do you prove it? How do you label it?  The end  Menu
    49. 49. Syllable: “Final Stable” (Syllable: “Final Stable” (FSFS)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar --Word endings-- ..le as in sta / ple staple ..tion as in sta / tion station ..tial as in par / tial partial ..cial as in cru / cial crucial
    50. 50. ““Final Stable” (Final Stable” (FSFS) possibilities:) possibilities: Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar ble cle ckle dle fle gle ple tle tion cion sion cian tian cial tial
    51. 51. ““Final Stable” (Final Stable” (FSFS) possibilities:) possibilities: Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Word Endings Follows all other syllable types Divided easily 
    52. 52. ““Final Stable” (Final Stable” (FSFS) possibilities:) possibilities: Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar ….le endings beetle VP FS bee - tle freckle O FS fre - ckle
    53. 53. Syllable: “Final Stable” (Syllable: “Final Stable” (FSFS)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (1) stable (2) purple (3) bugle
    54. 54. Syllable: “Final Stable” (Syllable: “Final Stable” (FSFS)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Other Final Stables: tion, cion, sion (sounds like “shun”) cian, tian (sounds like “shun”) cial, tial (sounds like “shul”) O FS C FS station passion CR FS martian CR FS O FS partial special
    55. 55. Syllable: “Final Stable” (Syllable: “Final Stable” (FSFS)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Try it! Prove it! Label it! (4) portion (5) crucial (6) musician (3 syllables)
    56. 56. Syllable: “Final Stable” (Syllable: “Final Stable” (FSFS)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Turn and Talk: What does a final stable syllable look like? How do you prove it? How do you label it?
    57. 57. Syllable: “Final Stable” (Syllable: “Final Stable” (FSFS)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar 11. What is a FS syllable? (describe in your own words) ___________________________________ ___________________________________ Show two FS examples and prove each: 12._____________ 13. ______________
    58. 58. CC == closedclosed OO == openopen MEME == magic-Emagic-E VPVP = Vowel Pair= Vowel Pair CRCR == controlled-Rcontrolled-R FSFS == Final StableFinal Stable 1.collar 2.steeple 3.bread 4.Friday 5.survey 6.partial 7.decline 8.market 9.spokesman 10.Russian 11.strain 12.Safeway 13.tangle 14.reclaim 15.hometown 16.boost Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    59. 59. We know that words are broken into parts that help us figure out their meaning: Prefixes:Prefixes: un-un- undoundo re-re- refillrefill pro-pro- for,for, forwardforward Prefixes are at the beginning of words. pre- means before fix means attach, repair Whiteboards: Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Suffixes:Suffixes: -ful-ful joyfuljoyful -ly-ly sadlysadly -ness-ness kindnesskindness Suffixes are at the end of words. So, “prefix” means “attached before.”Which word part is found at the end of words?
    60. 60. Prefixes Suffixes Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Prefix Meaning Example re- back, again refill tri- three triplet un- not undo Suffix Meaning Example -ful Having careful -less Without, missing joyless -ly In the manner of hopefully We know that words are broken into parts that help us figure out their meaning. Tell your partner: An example of a prefix is ______ which means ______. (W/B, NV) How do word parts like prefixes and suffixes help us _______? (P/S, NV
    61. 61. A root is a set of letters that have meaning. It is the most basic form . Affixes are added to the root to create a new word. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar A root can be at the front, middle or end of a word. Many words in the English language are based on Greek & Latin word roots. Teacher reads; Track with Me  What is a word root? P/S, NV Teacher reads; Track with Me Example: The Latin root ject means “throw” So project can mean “to throw forward”
    62. 62. English words can have all three parts: prefix + root + suffix ab + duct + ed away from + to lead/pull + verb: past tense abducted means ”pulled or lead away from” i.e. The general was abducted by masked gunmen. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Roots can appear more than once, and anywhere in the word.Word Meaning geology earth study / study of the earth telegraph distance writing / writing that travels far tricycle three wheels asocial not being companionable / not wanting to join others
    63. 63. Skill Steps Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar 1.1. HighlightHighlight the word root (or roots).the word root (or roots).  What does the word root mean?What does the word root mean? 1.1. Look at the remainder of the word:Look at the remainder of the word:  What does the prefix mean?What does the prefix mean?  What does the suffix mean?What does the suffix mean? 1.1. Use the word root table to determine the meaning.Use the word root table to determine the meaning.
    64. 64. root + suffix Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar I Do astrology astro = stars -logy = study of So it means: "the study of stars” We Do biology bio = life -logy = study of So it means: “the study of life” How did I determine the meaning of astrology? Frame: “We determined the meaning of astrology by ______________.” P/S; NV How did we know biology meant ‘the study of life Frame: “We knew that biology meant ‘the study because _______________________.” P/S; NV
    65. 65. prefix + root Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar I Do empathy em- = having pathy = feeling So it means: “having feeling” The soldier had empathy for the prisoner. We Do enamor en- = having amor = love What does enamor mean? “having love” How do you know that? P/S; NV
    66. 66. root + root Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar I Do pseudonym pseudo = false nym = name ”false name” Samuel Clemens wrote under the pseudonym “Mark Twain.” We Do aqueduct aque = water duct = to lead/pull What is an aqueduct used for? How do you know that? P/S, non-volunteer
    67. 67. prefix + root + suffix Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar  I Do retrospective retro = backwards spect = look -ive = having quality of “quality of looking backward” History is a retrospective way of looking at life.  We Do carnivore carni = meat vor = eat -e = one who “one who eats meat” What does carnivore mean? How did you know? P/S, volunteer
    68. 68. Closure Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar What do we call the most basic form of a word that has meaning? Non-volunteer 1-2 • What does portable mean? whiteboards • Why do you think knowing and using Greek and Latin word roots is important? Volunteer Okay
    69. 69. Independent Practice Follow the steps and directions. Write the meaning on the line following the word. Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar
    70. 70. A List of Greek and Latin Word Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar Root Meaning Root Meaning Root Meaning Prefix/Suffi x Meaning duct to lead/pull micro small phobia fear of ab- away from tele distance spect look, see auto self a-, un-, -less not, without graph write, draw aque, aqua water rupt break em-. en-, -y, -ful having, marked by bio life astr, aster stars scope see, watch retro- backwards geo earth logy, ology study of pseudo false -ive, -ic having quality of rium house cycle wheel dynam power -al result of trans across nym, nom name ject throw -able, -ible ability pathy feeling for amor love pro forward -oid resembling, like cent, centi hundred derm, derma skin vor eat greedily -or, -er, -e one who carn meat chron time soci joining in, being together ex- out of omni all, every meter measure ped, pod foot, footed bi- two struc, struct build cent hundred con, com together, with tri- three hydro water trans across -ly in the manner of
    71. 71. Syllable: “Final Stable” (Syllable: “Final Stable” (FSFS)) Sajjad Ahmad Awan PhD Scholar What is CR? How do you prove it? How do you label it?  The end 

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