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Power Point for lesson 2 of Decoding and Fluency.

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• 1. Decoding

2. 2.1
Words within words
3. There once was a young man who lived in a mansion and had an extraordinary collection of automotive accessories. He would often sit and ponder his chance to use these parts to make an alteration on his fathers car. He almost appeared to be in a catatonic state when his dad came to talk to him about the centennial parade at the capitol building. The young man told his father that he would like to substitute a few submarine parts for car parts. This would help them win the unusual float contest.Although his father was concerned about every millimeter of his car, he gave his son full control. Would something go wrong or not?
4. How many at words can you make?
5. How many all words can you make?
6. There once was a young man who lived in a mansion and had an extraordinary collection of automotive accessories. He would often sit and ponder his chance to use these parts to make an alteration on his fathers car. He almost appeared to be in a catatonic state when his dad came to talk to him about the centennial parade at the capitol building. The young man told his father that he would like to substitute a few submarine parts for car parts. This would help them win the unusual float contest.Although his father was concerned about every millimeter of his car, he gave his son full control. Would something go wrong or not?
7. Compound Words
Some + thing = Something
Base + ball = Baseball
Can you think of any other compound words?
8. How can the small words help?
9. Millimeter
What small words can you see in this larger one?
Mill
Meter
When we put them together with the i in the middle it becomes
Millimeter
10. Group Work
11. Dictionary Challenge
12. Words that can be found in the beginning story
Mansion = ManExtraordinary = Extra
Automotive = Auto Catatonic = Cat
Ponder = PondAlteration = alter
Centennial = CentCapitol = Cap
Substitute = SubContest = Test
Submarine = SubUnusual = Usual
Millimeter = MeterSomething = Some
Something = Thing
13. 2.2
Sound it
out
14. Gunk in the trunk? My mom said it stunk. Maybe I should dunk the gunk!
I found a pink bink sitting in the sink. It might stink. What do you think?
The fat cat sat on the mat and watched the rat who was playing with a bat.
15. unk
ink
at
16. Blending
17. Think Back
Remember
18. 19. Digraph
A digraph is a pair of letters that, when put together, no longer make the sound that either made when they were apart.
Example:
t + h = th
20. Ckwhchphsh
Ooowaieiie
It is important to remember that when these letters are together, they make their special sound.
When digraphs are found in a word, we will underline them.
21. Where are the digraphs?
BoatWhiteTeam
SharingChickenChocolate
ThumbWhaleThunder
ChainPhoneGlow
SherryQueenRain
22. What is a welded sound?
23. Welded sounds happen when letters come together and form the same sound each time, no matter what other letters are around.
unkank ink an am
ongingung all at
When we see welded sounds, we draw a box around them.
24. Find the welded sounds
FanSlamYoung
SlingSingSpank
SmallThinkFall
HonkBankSpam
FlungHankLong
25. Base words and suffixes
Base words are words in there simplest form
Suffixes are added to the end of the word
Thankful
Thank + ful = Thankful
26. Find the base words and suffixes
LoudlyGeniusesCareful
HardestJoiningSkated
PracticedQuickerPlayful
GreaterRichestLightly
27. Blending Sounds
Share what you know
28. Think Back
a //
29. Make it Flow
Words need to flow together rather than sound choppy.
we stretch the letters until they blend by saying one letter until you begin saying the next.
30. Some letters dont like to stretch
b d t kg p
And the digraphch
Lets try them and see
31. Lets Stretch
eeeeeeeellllllllllllfffffffff
eeeellllffff
eellff
elf
32. Stretch Some More
FFFFFFF rrrrrrreeeeee d
FFF rrreee d
FF rree d
Fred
33. Lets think of some more
34. Group Work
35. The End

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