At the end of this lesson, students will be able to correctly spell five words that contain the r-controlled vowels ‘ar’, ‘or’, ‘ir’, ‘er’ and ‘ur’.
In today’s phonics lesson, we are going to continue to discuss R-controlled vowels. When a vowel is followed by an r, the r changes the sound that the vowel makes. The vowel is called an r-controlled vowel. We like to refer to the “r” as the “bossy r” because the r “bosses” the vowel to make a new sound. We will review the R-controlled vowels 'ar' and 'or'. We will also learn about 'ir', 'er' and 'ur'.
Watch the video about R-Controlled Vowels and fill out the WSQ form as you go!
Source: Created by Heidi Buys using Sophia.org and Microsoft PowerPoint
You can view the accompanying PowerPoint that goes along with the video.
Source: Created by Heidi Buys on Microsoft PowerPoint
A second grade class uploaded this rap they created about Bossy R to YouTube.
Attached is a copy of the WSQ form in case you lost your paper copy.
Source: Created by Heidi Buys using Microsoft Word