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Understand that words are units of meaning and can be made of more than one meaningful part (ACELA1818)

  • learning that words are made up of meaningful parts, for example ’dogs’ has two meaningful parts ’dog’ and ’s’ meaning more than one
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  • Literacy Literacy
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English Year F with Ms McAlister: Decoding words by segmenting individual sounds

In this lesson, you will learn how to segment words into individual sounds to decode words. Ms McAlister demonstrates how to segment words into individual sounds, blend the sounds together and re-read while enjoying a book. She provides opportunities for you to use your phonological knowledge when reading at home.