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MSLE Multisensory Structured Language Education

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  1. MSLEMultisensory Structured Language Education Methods and Strategies for the classroom

  2. Syllable Types • 1. Closed Syllable • 2. Open Syllable • 3. Vowel Team • 4. Vowel Consonant e • 5. Final, stable syllable • 6. R controlled syllable

  3. Syllable types for reading

  4. Chart Verbiage • 1. Closed syllable- A vowel in a closed syllable is short, code it with a breve. • 2. Open syllable- A vowel in an open, unaccented syllable is long, code it with a macron. • Open unaccented syllable- a in an open, unaccented syllable says (u) code it with a tittle. i says (i) code it with a breve e, o, and u are half long, code them with a modified macron.

  5. Verbiage continued • 3. Vowel team- underline digraphs and arc diphthongs • 4. Vowel consonant e- The vowel will be long, code it with a macron, the e will be silent, cross it out. • 5. Final, Stable Syllable- Bracket the final, stable syllable. Accent the syllable before it. • 6. R controlled syllable- Arc the vowel r combination.

  6. Digraphs, Trigraphs, and Quadrigraphs • Digraphs (underline) th, sh, ch, ck, ay, oo, ng, au, ow, eu, ew, ei, oe, ee, ai, ie, oa, ou, aw, ea, ue, ph, ey • Trigraphs- dge, igh, tch • Quadrigraph- eigh

  7. Combinations and Diphthongs • Combinations (arc) qu, wh, ar, ir, ur, er, or, • Diphthongs (arc) oi, oy, ou, ow

  8. Final Stable Syllables • Cle • tion, sion • tial, tian, tient, tious • cial, cian, cient, cious • ture

  9. VC-Closed syllables

  10. VV-Digraph

  11. V-e

  12. Vr-Combinations

  13. VV-Diphthongs

  14. FSS

  15. Derivatives- bw +

  16. Syllable Division Steps 1. Check for affixes and final stable syllables 2. Check for compound words 3. Check for “obvious coding” such as digraphs, combinations, or silent letters. 4. Draw a line from vowel to vowel. 5. Pattern 6. Divide 7. Accent 8. Code 9. Read

  17. Spelling Base words with Dots • Procedures • Look and Listen • Echo • Unblend and make dots on paper • Touch the dots and spell • Name and Write • Code and Read

  18. Spelling Procedures

  19. Syllable types for spelling

  20. Spelling • bat • pinch • star • five • box • coin • candle

  21. Teaching reading is rocket science. Louisa Moats