Recognizing Correct Syllabication of Words
I. Learning Objective
• Recognize correct syllabication of words.
II. Subject M...
2. Say: Let us sing again and clap the rhythm of the song.
• Rhythm is the sound of the word.
B. Developmental Activities
...
6. Words with a vowel sound in a word maybe divided before
and after the vowel.
Ex. vi-o-lin, pi-a-no, sax-o-phone
7. a. W...
C. Post Activities
Application
Value Integration
What should you do to make the group work easier?
• (All members must hel...
B. Let’s practice syllabicating words. Read each word carefully and
syllabicate it correctly.
• bookshelves - (book-shelve...
B. Let’s practice syllabicating words. Read each word carefully and
syllabicate it correctly.
• bookshelves - (book-shelve...
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  1. 1. Recognizing Correct Syllabication of Words I. Learning Objective • Recognize correct syllabication of words. II. Subject Matter A. Topic: Correct Syllabication B. References: PELC III 2.3 Exploring New Words pp. 35, 51, 104 Discovering New Words pp. 134-138 C. Materials: charts, flash cards III. Procedure Preparatory Activities 1. Drill Read the words in each column. What kind of words are in column A? B? C? A. Single B. Compound Words C. Words with suffixes first airplane pianist poor hotdog farmer old anthill actor lost playground motorist Short best friend organist Motivation 1. Invite pupils to sing this song to the tune of It’s a Small World There is just one class We enjoy so much Where our minds think hard And read a lot Though the subject is hard And the lessons are long We enjoy our English class Oh! It’s English class after all 3x We enjoy our English class. Value Focus: Cooperation
  2. 2. 2. Say: Let us sing again and clap the rhythm of the song. • Rhythm is the sound of the word. B. Developmental Activities Presentation a. From our song which words have one sound? two sounds? One sound Two sounds there enjoy just subject class lessons where English  divide the words, with two vowel sounds en-joy, sub-ject, les-son, Eng-lish Discussion and Analysis Say: (The sounds of words are also called syllables.) 1. Give examples of one syllable word 2. Give examples of two, three, four-syllable words 3. What do you call the division of words into syllables? (Syllabication) Rules to follow in syllabication 1. A single-syllable word or a word having only one vowel sound may never be divided in writing or spelling. Ex. huge, cone, voice 2. Compound words made up of two single-syllable words are divided between the words. Ex. playground, see/saw, sandbox 3. Most suffixes are syllables in themselves. A single syllable word with a suffix added to it may be divided by separating the root word and the suffix. Ex. clean-er, cloud-y, harm-less 4. Words containing a single vowel followed by a double consonant or two consonants may be divided between the consonants. Ex. rab-bit, but-ter, win-dow, cir-cus 5. Words that begin with a single vowel which is sounded separately maybe divided after the vowel. Ex. o-bey, a-lert, o-val
  3. 3. 6. Words with a vowel sound in a word maybe divided before and after the vowel. Ex. vi-o-lin, pi-a-no, sax-o-phone 7. a. When a consonant comes in between two vowels and the first vowel has a short sound, divide the word after the consonant. Ex. cab-in, den-im, mag-ic b. When a consonant comes in between two vowels and the first vowel has a long sound, divide the word before the consonant or right after the First vowel with long sound. Ex. Chi-na, mu-sic, fla-vor 8. When a word ends in le and is preceded by a consonant, divide the word before the consonant. Ex. trem-ble, poo-dle, mar-ble 9. When two vowels are together in a word and each one is sounded separately, divide the words between two vowels. Ex. di-et, tri-al, sci-ence Generalization 1. What is a syllable? • a syllable is a part of a word in which we hear only one vowel sound 2. What is syllabication? • Syllabication – is the division of words into syllables 3. How will you syllabicate the following? a. a single syllable word b. compound word c. words with suffixes d. words containing a single vowel followed by a double consonants e. words that begin with a single vowel which is sounded separately f. words with a vowel sound in a word g. a. when a consonant comes in between two vowels and the first vowel has a short sound b. when a consonant comes in between two vowels and the first vowel has a long sound h. when a word ends in le and is preceded by a consonant i. when two vowels are together in a word and each one is sounded separately
  4. 4. C. Post Activities Application Value Integration What should you do to make the group work easier? • (All members must help one another or cooperate with one another) A. Underline the one-syllable words in the clouds. Encircle the two-syllable words. B. Divide the following compound words into syllables by using a bar line baseball baseman workroom teamwork outside farmhouse tryout sideline day-time C. Check words that are syllabicated correctly. 1. breat-hless 4. baseman 7. sleep-y 2. large-r 5. chill-y 8. kind-ness 3. lar-ger 6. wi-der 9. child-ish Enrichment A. Choose the correct syllabication of words by underlining them. • charity = char-i-ty char-i-ty charity • cigarette = ci-ga-rette cig-a-rette ci-gar-ette • citizen = ci-ti-zen ci-tiz-en cit-i-zen • decorate = de-co-rate dec-o-rate de-cor-ate • dedicate = ded-i-cate de-di-cate ded-ic-ate said hand faithful raffle notice print bring voice friend scream polite pants
  5. 5. B. Let’s practice syllabicating words. Read each word carefully and syllabicate it correctly. • bookshelves - (book-shelves) - 2 claps • meeting - (meet-ing) - 2 claps • corral - (cor-ral) - 2 claps • rebuilt - (re-built) - 2 claps • monologue - (mon-o-logue) - 3 claps • alert - (a-lert) - 2 claps • regrouping - (re-group-ing) - 3 claps C. Share-Pair Circles Divide the class into two equal groups each group forms a circle. (The inner circle faces inward, to form pairs of facing students.) The inner group will give any word and the outer group will give the correct syllabication. IV. Evaluation Put a _√_ if the word is properly syllabicated and a cross x if not. x 1. in-ning  6. man-tle  2. wa-ter  7.o-rient  3. over-head  8. news-pa-per  4. vol-ley-ball x 9. vi-ta-min  5. un-wil-ling x 10.un-re-al V. Assignment Choose the correct syllabication of the words: 1. immortal = im-mort-al im-mor-tal 2. formation = form-a-tion form-ation 3. beautiful = beau-ti-ful be-au-ti-ful 4. colorful = color-ful co-lor-ful 5. photosynthesis = photo-syn-the-sis pho-to-synth-esis
  6. 6. B. Let’s practice syllabicating words. Read each word carefully and syllabicate it correctly. • bookshelves - (book-shelves) - 2 claps • meeting - (meet-ing) - 2 claps • corral - (cor-ral) - 2 claps • rebuilt - (re-built) - 2 claps • monologue - (mon-o-logue) - 3 claps • alert - (a-lert) - 2 claps • regrouping - (re-group-ing) - 3 claps C. Share-Pair Circles Divide the class into two equal groups each group forms a circle. (The inner circle faces inward, to form pairs of facing students.) The inner group will give any word and the outer group will give the correct syllabication. IV. Evaluation Put a _√_ if the word is properly syllabicated and a cross x if not. x 1. in-ning  6. man-tle  2. wa-ter  7.o-rient  3. over-head  8. news-pa-per  4. vol-ley-ball x 9. vi-ta-min  5. un-wil-ling x 10.un-re-al V. Assignment Choose the correct syllabication of the words: 1. immortal = im-mort-al im-mor-tal 2. formation = form-a-tion form-ation 3. beautiful = beau-ti-ful be-au-ti-ful 4. colorful = color-ful co-lor-ful 5. photosynthesis = photo-syn-the-sis pho-to-synth-esis

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