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Title: Spelling Words- words er, ear, eer/ere Author: LOCKHART ISD Last modified by: LOCKHART ISD Created Date: 4/11/2011 6:57:00 PM Company: LOCKHART ISD
Within Word Group. Sort 38. r-influenced “e ” words-er- -ear-eer. 1. her8. near14. cheer19. bear. 2. fern9. clear15. deer20. pear. 3. germ10. dear16. sneer 21. wear
ER, EAR, EER (Ms.Pelletier) This week’s sort: 1. Sort by sound: short –r words (sound . like /er/ in the middle of the word), long –r words (sound like /ear/ in the . middle of the word) 2. Sort by pattern: er, ear, eer. Word list (11/26/12) perch. fear. spear. deer. herd. clear. germ ...
This week we will practice words with er, ear, eer, and ere sounds. Monday: Cut out the letters below. Using the list here, call out the words to your child . and have them “build” the word. For the more difficult words, have them build .
Within Word Group - 38. r-influenced “e” words-er- -ear -eer. her near cheer fern clear deer. germ dear peer. jerk year steer
r-controlled vowels (ear, eer, er, ere): 1.near 2.dear. 3.ear 4. deer 5. steer 6. cheer 7.verb 8. perch 9.here 10.where 11. first* 12. hurt* 13. inside 14. behind . 15. happened. Vocabulary attractive 2.depart 3. exaggerate 4. gesture.
Blend and Build Words with er, eer, ear, ere. r-Controlled Vowels: /or/or, ore, oar. Blend and Build Words with or, ore, oar. r-Controlled Vowels: /ir/ ire, ier, /ur/ure. Blend and Build Words with ire, ier, ure Word Sorts (see Resources)
Sort 26: er, ear, eer. Er Ear Eer Ear = ur oddball Her Perch. Herd Fern. Germ Clerk. Term Hear Fear. Spear Clear. Near Dear. Year Deer. Steer. Cheer. Peer Heard. Earth. Learn There. here Sort 27: ir, ire, ier. Ir Ire ier oddball Girl swirl. First thirst.
er = /ur/ ear = /ur/ ear /ere/ eer mercy. early nearby career severe earthquake spearmint sermon teardrop kernel pearly yearbook sincere hermit learner rehearse appear thermos adhere dreary cheerful yearn serpent merely
Unit 14. Spelling: er= /ur/, ear= /ur/, and ear/ere/eer . sermon. carefully. suddenly. earthquake. teardrop. serpent. learner. spearmint. hermit. pearly. yearbook. thermos
... all, ew aw, awn K Consonant controlled word families: or, orn, ore, ar, are, art, arge, air, urn, er, ear, eer, ir, ire Independent L 24-28 Consonant patterns: kn, wr, silent (hour, ghost), ank, unk, ink, gh (right) ...
er = /ur/ ear = /ur/ ear /ere/eer mercy early nearby career severe earthquake spearmint sermon teardrop kernel pearly yearbook sincere hermit learner rehearse appear thermos adhere dreary cheerful yearn serpent merely Alternate Sort.
er, ear, eer Words Their Way Library, Level B. Dive In! Sort: 4. Skill: Short & Long Vowel i Words Their Way Library, Level B. An Eagle Flies High. Sort: 14. Skill: More Short e (CVC & CVVC) & Long e (CVVC) Words Their Way Library, Level B. Miss Muffet and the Spider.
er = /ur/ ear = /ur/ ear ere eer sermon earthquake teardrop sincere cheerful serpent learner spearmint adhere hermit pearly yearbook merely thermos rehearse appear kernel yearning dreary earnest searching Sort 13- Unaccented Final Syllable –le. VCle VCCle ...
Sort 26 (er, ear, eer) herdeerfearheardhear. spearsteerearthherd. clearherepeerperchcheer. ferndearyearnear. learngermclerkthereterm. Sort 27 (ir ire, ier) girlfiredrierthirdbirdfur. birthtirefliershirtdirttwirl. firwhirlhirepliersskirtwire. swirlthirstchirpcriertheirdirt.
r-controlled /^ur/ er, ear 13 Digraph /n/ kn. Digraph /r/ wr. Digraph /f/ gh, ph 14 Short vowel /e/ ea 15 Vowel diphthong /oi/ oi, oy 16 r-controlled vowels /^ir/ ear, eer 17 Vowel diphthong /ou/ ou, ow 18 r-controlled vowel /^or/ or, ore.
assessment for less common long vowel patterns r-influenced vowel patterns lesson 62 ar, are & air lesson 63 er, ear, eer lesson 64 ir, ire, ier lesson 65 or, ore, oar lesson 66 ur, ure, ur-e lesson 67 review of ar, schwa-plus-r, & or.
(week 26) Ear – ere, eer. Air – are, ear (week 27) Ure – our. Er – our, e, u, – (week 28) Teach spelling the words oh, their, people, Mr, Mrs, looked, called, asked (see p. 148) Weeks 29-30 review teaching. Practise
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Sort 26: ER, EAR, EER. Discuss the meanings of the words and ask students to look for homophones. Be sure to highlight the meaning of the word heard as distinct from its homophones partner herd, and point out that the ear and hear inside of heard as a spelling-meaning connection.
schwa + r and r-influenced e in accented syllables (eer/ear/ere) er = /ur/ or schwa. mercy. sermon. serpent. hermit. thermos. kernel. ear = /ur/ or schwa . early . earthquake. learner. pearly. rehearse. yearn. r-influenced long e—ear, eer, ere. nearby. teardrop. spearmint. yearbook. appear ...
Sort 23 r-Influenced Vowel Patterns er, ear, eer clerk fern germ herd perch dear ear fear rear spear deer jeer peer steer earth heard learn Sort 24 r-Influenced Vowel Patterns ir, ire, ier birth first girl shirt third sire hire tire umpire wire crier flier pliers clerk fur her purse
r-controlled vowels: ear, eer. Suffix – ly. Comparative endings –er, -est. Listen for sequence. Adjectives Leveled Practice Test. Practice Book Weekly Test. ... Suffix –er. Vowel diphthongs oi, oy. Suffix –ful. Expand vocabulary: synonyms. Make announcements. Writing with adjectives
/ir/ear, eer. Syllable Pattern VC/V Locate Information (review) Answer Questions (review) Accuracy (review) Words That Compare Form: Narrative. ... -er, -est Make Inferences (review) Monitor Comprehension: Reread (review) Phrasing (review) Contractions Form: Folktale.
/ər/ and r-influenced e spelled er, ear, ere, eer in accented syllables. Sermon. Sincere. Learner. Hermit. Merely. Appear. Dreary. Earthquake. Cheerful. Spearmint. Pearly. Thermos. Kernel. Earnest. Teardrop. Serpent. Adhere. Yearbook. Rehearse. Yearning. Searching. Week 13. Unaccented final ...
ir er. ear or ow. ou. ough oi. oy ear. eer air. ear. are Ellie Goodridge 2007. Title: Speedy Sounds Author: Bruce Last modified by: jclarke Created Date: 9/3/2007 3:06:00 PM Other titles:
ar, er, ir, ur, or, are, air, ear, eer 1. -ar, -er, -ir, -or, -ur. 2. -are, -air, -ear, -eer. 3. -eak, -eal, -each Apr. Consonant digraphs: ch(k), ch(sh), gh(g), kn(n), wr(r) 1. -ump, -unk, -us, -ust. 2. -ave, -eam, -ean. 3. -ind, -old Mar. Consonants:
spell words with the /îr/ sound spelled ear, eer, ere, er, and ier. spell nongeneralization words. write in their Spelling Journals. 20 min./ 5 days per week Read and discuss materials in text. Use interactive and hands-on activities outlined in Teacher’s Edition.
er,ear,eer ight’ pattern. fight, sight, bright, might, tight Essentials – R & V –unfamiliar words and their meanings are decoded using knowledge of grapho-phonic, syntactic and semantic cueing systems Word Function (morphemic) Semester 1 Semester 2
Bossy r ar, er, ir, are, eer, or, air, ear, ur. Bossy r Treasure Hunt. Bossy r Word Race-Bossy r Letter Spin Game-Bossy r Checkers-SMART Board Activity 17. Dipthongs ow, ou, oi, oy -Dipthing Treasure Hunt-Cow on a Plow. Dipthong Dominoes-Dipthong Board game
Study er, ere, eer, and ear blends for Spelling Test tomorrow!!! Skill Focus. Math: Ch. 9 Measurement. Writing: Biographies . Reading: Music of the Stone Age (Nonfiction Article) Skill: Make judgments. Grammar: Adjectives that compare. Spelling: er, ere, eer
ear, h. e. ro, b. eer [m] m. ake, su. mm. er, ti. m. e [er] teach. er, aft. er. ward, murd. erer [n] n. o, di. nn. er, thi. n [i] i. t, b. i. g, f. i. n. i. sh. e. s [ng] si. ng. er, thi. n. k, lo. ng [ahy] I, i. ce, h. i. de, den. y [p] p. ut, a. pp. le, cu. p [o] o. dd, h. ot, w. a. ffle [r] r ...
(êr)- “her” er, ir, ur, ear, our, or, ar, -ure, wor (or)- “more”-ore, or, our, oar, war, quar (īr)-“fire”-ire (ār)-“care”-are, ear, air, (ēr)-“here”-ere, ear, eer (th) (blow)
spell words with the /îr/ sound spelled ear, eer, ere, er, and ier. spell nongeneralization words. write in their Spelling Journals. WOELC Spelling 1.5: Spell roots, suffixes, prefixes, contractions, and syllable constructions correctly. 20 min./ 5 days per week Read and discuss materials in text.
#8 eer/ear Details Create Mental Images Names of Days Craft: Giving Facts and Reasons. Form: ... Realistic Fiction/Social Studies suffixes -er, -est Details Create Mental Images Has, Have Had Forms: Response to Literature, Riddles, Summary, ...
... ew, ue, o) /oo/ (oo, oul, u) /ow/ (ow, ou) /oi/ (oy, oi) /ar/ (ar, a) /au/ (or, au, aw, a) /ur/ (er, ir, ur) /air/ (air, are, ear) /ear/ (ear, eer, ere) /ure/ (yre, our) The time children will take to establish these steps will vary, ...
er – farmer/her. a – hat/what. work mouse many. laughed because different . do. when. ... /ear/ - ere, eer. 14 /s/ - c, sc . 19 /u/ - o. 24 /oo/ - ew, ue, ui, ou. 29 /air/ - are, ear. 15 /sh/ - ch, t(ion), ss(ion, ure), s(ion, ure), c(ion, ious, ial) 20
Week 3 r-controlled vowels /ûr/er; /îr/eer, ere, ear. Week 4 r-controlled vowel /ôr/or, ore, oar. Week 5 r-controlled vowels /īr/ire, ier; /ûr/ure. Week 6 review Title: Macmillan/McGraw-Hill TREASURES Grade 1 Phonics Author: McGraw-Hill Education
Suffixes -ful, -less 19 Decodable Book 16 r-Controlled Vowel /ir/ear, eer (hear, cheer) Syllable Pattern VC/V 20 Review. ... Letter Patterns 17 r-Controlled Vowel /ûr/er, ir, ur, or, ear . Letter Patterns 18 Suffixes -er, -est, -ly, -ful 19 Prefixes un-, ...
... [ T ] R-controlled vowels /ir/ ear, eer (pioneers, cheers, clearing, hear, nearby, year) From Seed to Plant Consonant Blends spr, str, thr (sprout, streams, through) The ... (petroglyphs, Phoenix, photo) Chinatown [ T ] Suffixes -er, est (fresher) Prefixes: mis-, under- (Extra spread in ...
eer r. ear w / y w. et y. et. ... er bi. dd. er k / g bi. ck. er bi. gg. er m / n si. mm. er si. nn. er si. ng. er s / z ra. c. er ra. z. or. f / v wa. f. er wai. v. er. ch / j le. tch. er le. dg. er . So far we have only looked at contrasts in consonants sounds.
r-controlled vowels er, ir, ur, visualize, summarize, compare/contrast, thesaurus, ... Phonics/Comprehension. r-controlled vowels ear, eer, ere, visualize, summarize, compare/contrast, silent letters kn, gn, wr, mb, idioms, rhyme Phonics/Comprehension.
er, ir, ur. 1. clerk. 2. herd. 3. first. 4. churn. 5. hurt. 6. term. 7. skirt. 8. stir. 9. burst. 10. turn. Nov. 26. Reading: ... ear, eer, ere. 1. near. 2. dear. 3. ear. 4. deer. 5. steer. 6. cheer. 7. verb. 8. perch. 9. here. 1. 0. where. Dec. 3. Reading: “Abuelo and the Three Bears”
ur ir er ear or fur urn bird first herb germ earn work turn third ... lead breath meant read death stead leapt spread health tread stealth thread wealth Rare ai said ear ere eer beard adhere beer ear here deer dear interfere ... air ere ear are air there bear bare cairn where ...
24A Suffix er 24 24B Jamall’s City Garden L11. Celebrating Art L14. Training a Guide Dog L17. The Monster Is Coming ... Silent Consonants dge, kn, wr 29 29B R-Controlled Vowels (ear, eer, /ir/) 30 30A Prefixes dis, un 30 30B The Great Escape Ch. Bk. Single Long Vowels 31 31A Teeny Tiny ...
... (DB); An Eerie Feeling (DB) r-controlled vowels: /ir/ ear, eer (Introduce) Words with /ir/ ear, eer Giving Facts and Reasons (Writer’s Craft ... Medieval Villages (BFAL); A Day in the City (BFAL) Suffixes: -er, -est (Introduce) Words with -er, -est Riddles (Daily Writing) Has, have ...
ir er ear Other Fur. Blur. Hurt. Burn. Turn. Turkey. Burst. Purse. Thursday Bird. Firm. Dirt. Third. Shirt. Thirty. Skirt. Stir. Quirk. Flirt. Sir. Thirst Her. Pert. perk. fern. ... /ear/ as in hear eer ere other Clear. Ear. Clear. Bleary. Fear. Gear. Hear. Near. Rear. Tear. Dear ...
Sequencing Phonics / Word Study r-controlled vowels ear, eer. suffix -ly (WS) VVC een, eep, eer Grammar Adjectives Writing Skill Math Journal # (essentials) #18 #19 Word problem review ... –er (WS) VCC eck, elp, elt Long a: ei, eigh. Multi-syllable words with endings and .
Furry Mouse/Two Mice R-controlled vowels: er, ir, ur Draft, Revise, and Edit. Report on an Animal . and/or. ... Hear the Cheers/The Great Ball Game r-controlled vowels: ear, eer Draft, Revise and Edit. Innovation on Text: Short Play, Drama or Fractured Fairy Tale Apostrophes 19. January 11-15
Article r-controlled vowels /ûr/er; /îr/eer, ere, ear. near, dear, ear, deer, steer, queer, verb, perch, here, where, chair, care, heavy, region, system Strategy: Context Clues. Skill: Simple Multiple Meaning Word. HF: heavy, region, system Strategy: Text Structure.