4 Steps for Teaching V/V Syllable Division

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This is the final part of our series on syllable division. The easiest and most common type of syllable division is the division between consonants. The next most common are the V/CV syllable division and VC/V, also discussed previously. The black sheep of the family was in our post on C+LE syllable division. Only one type of syllable division remains. The least common one is the division between two vowels or V/V syllable division.

Check out the previous posts in this series:

Teaching syllable division rules is important because it provides students with a procedure for decoding multi-syllable words allowing them to read a much wider array of books and stories.


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