12.21: Lesson Forty-five Created by: CK-12 Basic Speller Teacher Materials Teacher 06-Lesson 25-48 Edit Review Was this helpful? Submit Review Skip Review Cancel Read Resources Details Review of Long Vowel Sounds and Spellings 1. Each of the following words contains at least one long vowel. Underline the letters spelling the long vowel sounds: 2. Sort the words into the following four groups. Some words go into more than one group: Words with the long vowel sound ... graduate movies period aisle multiply highway breathe pioneer buyer bible theater champion poetry climb pioneer glorious recipe bayou divided courteous routine delight remind evening exclusively motorcycle rhyme guarantee enthusiasm hyena typewriter freeway theater identify variety hyena variety island violence magazine vehicle nuclear piano obedience or stroller ghetto movies nuclear ghost poetry rescue including although tomorrow boondoggler routine approach piano bayou shoe glorious stroller graduate ghouls enrolled gloomy smooth golden truest exclusively motorcycle jewel statue shallow knew enthusiasm 3. Sort the words with digraphs spellings into the following groups: Words with digraph spellings of the vowel sounds ... freeway movies aisle breathe buyer guarantee bayou pioneer freeway or although boondoggler routine approach bayou ghouls shallow gloomy smooth tomorrow jewel knew 4. Sort the words that do not have digraph spellings into the following groups. Some words go into more than one group: Words with long vowels in the patterns ... VCV V.V movies divided champion poetry lorious rhyme glorious enthusiasm evening routine courteous theater graduate exclusively graduate variety motorcycle (x2) enthusiasm hyena violence hyena theater truest piano identify typewriter (x2) nuclear magazine vehicle obedience obedience community period including pioneer V# or Ve# VCC rescue recipe stroller island guarantee shoe ghost bible identify statue climb nuclear multiply variety delight remind ghetto piano enrolled poetry golden Teaching Notes. Item 2. We are assuming the verb graduate with , not the adjective-noun with [i]. Item 3. One could argue plausibly that the <ee> in guarantee is not a digraph but rather a case of <e> followed by a silent final <e>, thus putting it into the Ve # group. Item 4. Bible and nuclear can both be treated as instances of the VCle pattern, a regular subpattern that leads to long vowels in what look to be VCC patterns. Image Attributions Description No description available here... Authors: CK12 Editor Categories: English spelling Grades: 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 Date Created: Feb 23, 2012 Last Modified: Apr 29, 2014 You can only attach files to None which belong to you If you would like to associate files with this None, please make a copy first.