Learn to read, write and speak in English with the help of this English Booklet prepared by Teacher Kim Dela Cruz. This booklet focuses on consonant-vowel-consonant (CVC) words that will help learners to learn English proficiently.
What is a CVC word exactly?
According to misskindergarten.com, “a CVC word is made up of a consonant, vowel, and consonant sound. When a vowel is followed by a consonant, it is a closed syllable and makes the vowel say its sound. Cat is an example of a CVC word. Each letter makes its sound and is therefore decodable and easy for a beginning reader to sound out. Dog, big, pot, sun, and bag are also examples of CVC words.”
WHY DO WE TEACH CVC WORDS?
They continued, “since CVC words are easily decodable, they help our beginning readers feel successful when learning how to read. Once your students master reading CVC words, they can start learning to read other phonics skills including magic e words (long vowel words), vowel teams, and words that have blends & digraphs (two consonants next to each other in a word)”
I can Read, Write and Speak in English Booklet
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