Syntactic blends in English parole by Gerald Leonard Cohen

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Published by Lang in Frankfurt am Main, New York .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • English language -- Idioms.,
  • English language -- Syntax.,
  • Speech acts (Linguistics)

Edition Notes

Book details

StatementGerald Leonard Cohen.
SeriesForum Anglicum,, Bd. 15
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPE1395 .C6 1987
The Physical Object
Pagination178 p. ;
Number of Pages178
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2733538M
ISBN 103820498362
LC Control Number86027778

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Onsets and Rimes Place two letters on the table: a and t. Model and have children blend the two sounds. Say: at. Place the onset, the letter s, before the rime, — at. With children, blend /s/ and — at to read sat. Change the onset to other letters and make new words for children to blend and.

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Each title in the series includes: •Relevant Research—The research basis for that domain of literacy development presented against the backdrop of the Chall’s stages of reading. Consonant blends may consist of two or three letters whose sounds are blended together. Each letter within the blend is pronounced individually, but quickly, so they blend together.

bl-cl-fl-bl ack: cl aim: fl ag: bl ame: cl ass: fl ame: bl anket: cl ay: fl at: bl ast: cl ean: fl. Also known as consonant blends or even sound blends, these are vital building blocks that help children learn how to read.

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Common three consonant blends include: str, spl, and spr. When teaching blends, most teachers introduced them in groups. For example, a teacher may choose to introduce the l-blends first (bl, cl, fl, gl, pl and sl) followed by the r-blends.

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Consonant blends do not make one sound, they make sounds. Consonant blends should not be put on flashcards, posters etc. There is no need to memorize consonant blends.

Why. Consonant blends make sounds. For example, the consonant blend “cr” makes two sounds: the letter sound /c/ and the letter sound /r/. Be thoughtful about the sequence in which you introduce blends.

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