Second Grade Reading and English Language Arts

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Basic elements of phonetic analysis include syllabication, diphthongs, digraphs, and variant vowel sounds such as r-controlled. Fluency refers to rate and accuracy of reading and fluent readers read …

Basic elements of phonetic analysis include syllabication, diphthongs, digraphs, and variant vowel sounds such as r-controlled. Fluency refers to rate and accuracy of reading and fluent readers read with expression.

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  • 1. Second Grade Reading and English Language Arts
    By: Amy Compton
  • 2. Basic Elements of Phonetic Analysis
    Syllabication
    Diphthongs
    Digraphs
    Variant vowel sounds such as r-controlled
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  • 3. syl∙lab∙i∙ca∙tion
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  • 4. Syllabication is the process of analyzing the patterns of vowels and consonants in a word to determine where the word breaks into syllables
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  • 5. A syllable is a unit of pronunciation containing a single vowel sound with or without more closely combined consonant sounds
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  • 6. Chry∙san∙the∙mum
    by Kevin Henkes
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  • 7. Practice
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  • 8. Answers
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  • 9. diph∙thong
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  • 10. A diphthong is a complex speech sound or glide that begins with one vowel and gradually changes to another vowel within the same syllable
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  • 11. Chry∙san∙the∙mum
    by Kevin Henkes
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  • 12. “Chrysanthemum grew and grew and grew.”
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  • 13. “She loved the way it sounded when her mother woke her up. She loved the way it sounded when her father called her for dinner.
    And she loved the way it sounded when she whispered it to herself in the bathroom mirror.”
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  • 14. di∙graph
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  • 15. A vowel digraph is two vowel letters in a word that represent only one sound
    A consonant digraph is two consonant letters in a word that represent only one sound
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  • 16. Chry∙san∙the∙mum
    by Kevin Henkes
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  • 17. 17
    “Chrysanthemum thought her name was absolutely perfect. And then she started school.
    On the first day, Chrysanthemum wore her sunniest dress and her brightest smile. She ran all the way.
    “Hooray!” said Chrysanthemum. “School!””
  • 18. “But when Mrs. Chud took roll call, everyone giggled upon hearing Chrysanthemum’s name.”
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  • 19. R-con∙trolled vow∙el
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  • 20. When a vowel letter is followed by an r, the vowel and the r represent one murmuring vowel sound; therefore, the vowelsound is r-controlled
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  • 21. Chry∙san∙the∙mum
    by Kevin Henkes
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  • 22. “The day she was ____ was the happiest day in her parents’ lives.”
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    O R
    K
    T
    N
    B
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  • 23. “The day she was born was the happiest day in her parents’ lives.”
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    O R
    N
    B
    K
    T
    F
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  • 25. “The fluent reader sounds good, is easy to listen to, and reads with enough expression to help the listener understand and enjoy the material.”
    —Charles Clark
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  • 26. References
    Henkes, Kevin. Chrysanthemum. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1991.
    The Literacy Company. 21 September 2009. The Literacy Company. 28 September 2009. <http://www.readfaster.com/readingquotes.asp>
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