Lesson Ninety-Six below is one of the lessons that teaches words in which both vowels are pronounced. Following the table with pronunciations, is a short, silly story that has more than twenty-five words that give immediate practice. In addition, the vowels are in bold type to assist the student.
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Tables are organized to expose the student to several words that have the same ending sound, thereby building reading fluency. Poems help, too!
"Rising Sun" follows the explaination that, although "ie" sometimes makes the long "i" sound, it usually makes the long "e" sound. There are fourteen different words in the story, giving the student plenty of opportunities to practice the new skill.
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Below is a partial lesson, giving examples of the different sounds that "ow" makes.
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Immediately after this lesson, and the table that lists several words in which the "ea" makes a short "e" sound, the story gives practice in this new skill, using eight different words. There are also five different words ending in "ies" that help to reinforce previous lessons.
by Mary Humpal Bain Illustrated by Lorna Humpal