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- 10 Apply knowledge of phoneme-grapheme correspondences, multisyllabic word construction, and syllable division principles to decode and encode (spell) words accurately in isolation and in context.
- 10.a Decode multisyllabic words with common syllable patterns, including open/closed, vowel-r, vowel-consonant-e, vowel teams, consonant-le, and schwa syllables.
- 10.b Apply knowledge of multisyllabic word construction and syllable division principles to decode grade-appropriate multisyllabic words.
- 10.c Decode and encode words with three-consonant blends and blends containing digraphs.
- 10.d Decode and encode words with consonant digraphs, trigraphs, and combinations.
- 10.e Decode and encode words with variable vowel teams and vowel diphthongs.
- 10.f Decode and encode words with vowel-r combinations.
- 10.g Decode and encode words that follow the -ild, -ost, -old, -olt, and -ind patterns.
- 10.h Decode and encode words with a after w read /ä/ and a before l read /â/.
- 10.i Decode and encode words with or after w read /er/.
- 10.j Decode and encode words with the hard and soft sounds of c and g, in context and in isolation.
- 10.k Decode and encode words with vowel y in the final position of one and two syllable words, distinguishing the difference between the long /ī/ sound in one-syllable words and the long /ē/ sound in two-syllable words, and words with vowel y in medial position, producing the short /ĭ/ sound for these words.
- 10.l Decode words with silent letter combinations.
- 10.m Decode and encode words with prefixes and suffixes, including words with dropped e and y-to-i changes for suffix addition.
- 10.n Decode and encode grade-appropriate high frequency words that are spelled using predictable, decodable phoneme-grapheme correspondences, including those that contain only one irregularity.
- 10.o Decode and encode contractions with am, is, has, not, have, would, and will.