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4.20: Lesson Forty-four

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Review of Consonant Sounds and Letters

1. Underline the letters that spell [p], [b], [t], [d], [k], and [g] in these words:

& \text{\underline{p}a\underline{tt}ern} && \text{\underline{b}eau\underline{t}y} && \text{a\underline{b}ili\underline{t}y} && \text{\underline{d}esign} && \text{su\underline{c}cess} \\& \text{thin\underline{k}er} && \text{\underline{d}o\underline{gg}ies} && \text{\underline{b}a\underline{ck}s} && \text{\underline{p}rincess} && \text{\underline{gh}os\underline{t}} \\& \text{\underline{p}i\underline{c}ni\underline{c}} && \text{yes\underline{t}er\underline{d}ay} && \text{a\underline{cc}oun\underline{t}} && \text{a\underline{tt}orney} && \text{ho\underline{bb}y} \\& \text{re\underline{p}lace} && \text{su\underline{pp}ly} && \text{li\underline{b}rary} && \text{\underline{b}o\underline{tt}le} && \text{re\underline{dd}es\underline{t}} \\& \text{s\underline{ch}ool} && \text{\underline{k}i\underline{ck}ers} && \text{\underline{t}o\underline{g}ether} && \text{hun\underline{g}ry} && \text{su\underline{pp}lies} \\& \text{as\underline{k}ing} && \text{\underline{b}a\underline{tt}le} && \text{socie\underline{t}y} && \text{unha\underline{pp}y} && \text{gran\underline{d}mother}

2. Now sort the words into the following groups:

Words with the sound...
[p] [b] [t]
pattern beauty pattern
picnic battle beauty
replace ability yesterday
supply backs battle
princess library ability
applesauce bottle account
supplies hobby together
society
attorney
bottle
ghost
reddest
[d] [k] [g]
doggies thinker doggies
yesterday picnic together
design school hungry
reddest asking ghost
grandmother kickers grandmother
backs
account
success

4. Two ways of spelling [p] are \underline{<p>} and <pp> .

5. Two ways of spelling [b] are <b> and <bb>.

6. Two ways of spelling [t] are <t> and \underline{<tt>}.

7. Two ways of spelling [d] are <d> and <dd>.

8. Three ways of spelling [g] are <g> ,<gg> , and <gh> .

9. Five ways of spelling [k] are <k> , <c> , <ck> , <cc> , and <ch> .

Watch the Middles!

picnics
picnic s
pinic s
pinic s
picnics
sixth
six th
six th
six th
sixth

Teaching Notes.

Item 1. You may encounter some perception problems when students underline the various stop sounds being reviewed in this lesson. The [t]’s in words like pattern,beauty, yesterday, battle, and bottle involve the flap-[d] discussed earlier (Teaching Notes, Book 1, Lesson 14). The [d] in grandmother is usually lost in informal pronunciations, though we choose a pronunciation here that retains the [d].

Also, you may want to point out that in account the <cc> spells [k] while in success it spells [ks] because of the <e> following the second <c>.

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