Eu Words 5 Letters
Eu Words 5 Letters – In this post, I break down long vowels (or words with long vowels) to help you teach them at work with dyslexia.
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Eu Words 5 Letters
Long vowels are vowels that are pronounced exactly like their name. You’ll often hear teachers say that long vowels “say their name.”
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Long vowels are very common, but they can be tricky because there are so many spellings for each long vowel.
Long vowel words are words that have vowels that say their name. Below are some examples:
Learn more about teaching the long A here and check out my Long A Word activities and worksheets for printable activities.
For ideas, tips and tricks on teaching the long e sound read this post on teaching the long e vowel sound and check out my activities and long e word worksheets for printable activities.
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In this post you will learn more about teaching the long I sound. And check out my Long I worksheets in my shop for printable activities on the long i sound.
I don’t mean a vowel, just a writing pattern. So, for example, if you were working on a long a, you would be working on the spelling pattern
, etc. You should not teach several spelling patterns together, even if they sound the same.
I know that most programs out there combine all long vowel spelling patterns into one lesson, especially in spelling lists, but this doesn’t work for readers with reading difficulties. You have to break it down for them and just do one at a time.
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Since syllables have a lot to do with whether vowels produce the short or long sound, if students don’t already know the 6 syllable types, teach them along with the long vowel.
Games, dictation, sorting words, memory or flash card matching, word search, structured writing, body spelling, and bingo are all fun ways to practice the long vowels.
The main activity that is often overlooked is dictation. It seems so simple, but the task is to listen to a word, decide how to spell it, and put that information into writing. These are all skills that readers with reading difficulties need to practice.
I made these word lists to teach the long vowels. I find it handy to have these on hand when playing phonetics games or planning activities for long vocal lessons.
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Delilah Orpi is the owner and founder of Thrive Literacy Corner. She holds a bachelor’s degree in special education, a master’s degree in TESOL and is a member of the International Dyslexia Association. She is an experienced educator and literacy specialist, trained at Orton Gillingham and Lindamood Bell. Delilah creates literacy resources for educators and parents, and writes to promote dyslexia awareness and effective literacy instruction based on the science of reading.
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What are long words anyway? Long u-words are a series of words that, when pronounced, produce a lengthened u-sound. But before you run away with this newfound knowledge, let me explain that the long u sound can vary. This means it’s possible to have two words that sound completely different and still both be considered long words.
If you want an example, all we have to do is go back to the beginning of this article. The words “music” and “fruit” are both long U-words. But while we can obviously hear the “u” sound in music, fruit is a whole different story. Keep that in mind, because we’ll cover it in more detail in the next section.
The time has finally come. We will now go through all the patterns that make up the spelling of a long u-word. Hold on because we have a few things to go through in this section.
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Yes, for a long time you can make 2 different noises! I know I didn’t learn that in school, but it’s true. Let’s see an example below.
There is some confusion and debate as to whether the /y/ /oo/ sound is a diphthong (2 vowels that together make 2 sounds, like oi/oy). Really, it doesn’t matter what it’s called, as long as you teach students how to read and write properly.
Most of these are vowel teams, so students should already know the open, silent e, and vowel team syllables. Students should also be able to find the root word, as some of these rules apply to the root word even if it has a suffix.
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Makes the long u (says his name) and this is one of the most common ways to spell the long u. Some examples include
It can make either the /oo/ or the /y/ /oo/ sound. Students need to understand how to break words into syllables and what open syllables are.
The u silent e spelling pattern is also common, but much rarer than u alone. This is usually in the middle of a root word. include examples
. It can make either the /oo/ or the /y/ /oo/ sound. Of course, students should be familiar with the magic E syllable.
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Spelling of the long u sound in the middle or at the end of a base word. This is another one that can produce both long u sounds. include examples
UE usually spells the long u sound at the end of a word after a consonant. include examples
With this spelling, but not many other words use this spelling pattern for the long u sound. This only makes the /oo/ sound.
There isn’t really a rule for when u say /oo/