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1. How do you answer the following questions? a) How are you? _________________________________ b) How’s it going?__________________________________ c) What’s up?___________________________________ 2. Phonics

m

ou se

p r i d e

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b l i n d

f

l

igh t

1. How do you answer the following questions? a) How are you? _________________________________ b) How’s it going?__________________________________ c) What’s up?___________________________________ 2. Phonics

m

ou se

p r i d e

---- ----

b l i n d

f

l

igh

t


1. Consonants Phonemes

Graphemes / Examples

Words containing rare or unique correspondences

1. /b/

b bat

-bb Rabbit

2. /k/

c cat d dog f fish g get h hello j jelly l let m morning n no p pig r right s sit t tiger v violin

k kid -dd muddy -ff puff -gg bigger

ck duck -ed played ph phone

g giant ll ball -mm hammer -nn rainy -pp happy -rr carry -ss dress -tt butter -ve have

ge orange

3. /d/ 4. /f/ 5. /g/ 6. /h/ 7. /j/ 8. /l/ 9. /m/ 10. /n/ 11. /p/ 12. /r/ 13. /s/ 14. /t/ 15. /v/

school, mosquito

rough

dge

-mb climb kn knife

autumn

wr write c city -ed jumped

rhyme ce face

se nose

scene, listen Thomas, doubt


Phonemes

Graphemes / Examples

16. /w/

w water y yes z zero -ng ring sh shop ch chip th thin th then s (before -ion and -ure) x box qu queen

17. /y/ 18. /z/ 19. /ng/ 20. /sh/ 21. /ch/ 22. /th/ 23. /th/ 24. /zh/ 25. /ks/ 26. /kw/

Words containing rare or unique correspondences

wh what -zz buzz tongue s sure tch catch

-ti dictation

-ss mission

-ci magician

usual

Special, ocean

chef


2. Vowels Phonemes

Graphemes / Examples

1. /a/

a sat e egg i if o on u up ai rain

2. /e/ 3. /i/ 4. /o/ 5. /u/ 6. /ai/

7. /ee/ 8./igh/

9. /oa/ 10. /oo/

11./oo/ 12./ar/ 13./or/

14. /ur/ 15. /ow/ 16. /oi/ 17. /air/

Words containing rare or unique correspondences.

ea head a wash o son ay day

said, says, friend, leopard

want quarrel

a_e make

a lazy

ee sleep i find

ea read igh fight

e she y shy

ie thief ie lie

y sunny i_e smile

oa toast oo soon

ow grow ew grew

o go ue blue

oe toe u_e June

o_e home

u put ar park or born

oo took a class au autumn

aw saw

al walk

ore more

ir third ow cow oi boil air fair

er her ou loud oy toy ear wear

ear learn

ur hurt

or (after ‘w’) work

are scare

young, does, blood, come weight, straight break, great, they people goodbye, type height, eye Oh, although to, soup, through, two, lose could, should, would are, aunt, heart, calm, laugh caught, bought, thought, pour, floor, warm journey, were

where, there


Phonemes

Graphemes / Examples

Words containing rare or unique correspondences.

18. /ear/ 19. /ure/ 20. /

/

Ear clear ure sure

eer deer

here, pier poor, tour, pour

corner, pillar, motor, famous, favour, murmur, about, cotton, mountain, happen, centre, cupboard. and others

-s endings The ending consonants “-ch”, “-sh”, “-x”, “-ge”, “-s(e)”, “-ce” form a syllable with “-(e)s”.

a) The ending consonant “-d” forms a syllable with “-ed” to produce a “ded” sound.

c) The “-ed” at the end of verbs ending in “-k”, “-p”, “-s”, “-ce”, “-x”, “-sh”, “-ch”, “-gh”, “-f” makes a “t” sound.

-k -p -s -ce -x -sh -ch -gh -f

-ch -sh -x -ge -s -se -ce

-ed endings decided b) The ending consonant “-t” forms a syllable with “-ed” to produce a “ted” sound. shocked d) The “-ed” at the skipped end of verbs dressed ending in other announced consonant and mixed vowel sounds washed makes a “d” reached sound. laughed stuffed

matches finishes boxes messages misses increases distances

repeated

tagged called worried formed happened ordered showed damaged arrived


24nov2013 subject sharing day english language(supplementary notes)