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Put kids on the road to reading fluency with lessons on syllable spelling patterns.

When children begin to learn how to read, they are greeted with simple, known words: cat, mom, andlike. As they move through the grades, they are soon confronted with words such as habitat, subaquatic, and unrecognizable — words that can leave their heads swimming! As students develop in their reading ability, they need to notice word parts, or “orthographic chunks,” to help them decode these multisyllabic mysteries. For some students this is quite easy and natural; for others, it is a daunting task. Much can…

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Posted April 5, 2015 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

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