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WSA 5 - Listen and Read 1 - Syllables

Pages 1 and 3 - Click voice to hear the words spoken. Listen for the syllables in the word. Pages 2 and 4 - Click the play button link to learn how to add your own voice to words, then make a voice recording for each word. -Say the word -Say the word again, but in syllable parts -Tell how many syllables are in the word How to add your voice to individual words: 1. Click a word. 2. Click 3dots. 3. Click voice. 4. Click Record Voice and read your word, syllable parts, and tell how many syllables are in the word. 5. Click check to stop your recording. 6. Repeat for all words on Pages 2 and 4. 7. When finished, click check to submit your work to your teacher.

3rd Grade, English Language Arts
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Learning Intention: I am learning how to identify word parts when reading a new word. Success Criteria: I can read words with more than one syllable.

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