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MOON TALK DICTATION


PREPARE IN ADVANCE FOR MOON TALK DICTATION

LOOK BELOW FOR MOON TALK:

The student is to listen to pronunciation of sounds that formed together make a word not found in the English language. The student is to write down the word as he or she hears it. Each moon word is to be corrected before proceeding to the next one.

The student imagines a rocket trip to the moon and makes up a meaning for each moon word. i.e. On the moon I comb my shepet and see with my shumep. I walk with my chemat.

THE WORDS ARE TO BE WRITTEN WITHOUT THE DOTS. THE DOTS ARE PUT THERE TO HELP YOU SEPARATE THE PARTS OF THE WORDS WITH THE VOWEL SOUNDS FOR EASIER PRONUNCIATION ON YOUR PART WHILE DICTATING. SAY THE ENTIRE WORD SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY. YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE ONLY WHAT HE OR SHE HEARS. YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE THE WORDS BELOW WITHOUT ANY DOTS:

THE VOWELS ARE SHORT VOWEL SOUNDS:

EXAMPLE:
SAY THIS: She.pet.shu.mep.che.mat
YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE THIS: Shepetshumepchemat

che.tam.fu.met.chle.match

thi.phuj.whu.meg

whuz.ghep.ghof

gnub.gnad.knad.ed

knub.pham.phub

bram.et.crot.ug.drup.et

frap.et.grud.ed.stru.mef

trid.ed.snid.ad.spu.did

stats.wig.et.sma.tip

twi.man.bla.tid.clup.ep

flamp.glump.plim.pin

THE VOWEL ARE LONG VOWEL SOUNDS. APPLY NO RULES. JUST SAY THE VOWELS WITH THE LONG VOWEL SOUND. TELL YOUR STUDENT TO WRITE ONLY WHAT HE OR SHE HEARS:

THE VOWELS ARE LONG VOWEL SOUNDS:

EXAMPLE:
SAY THIS: She.pet.shu.mep.che.mat
YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE THIS: Shepetshumepchemat

che.tam.fu.met.chle.match

thi.phuj.whu.meg

whuz.ghep.ghof

gnub.gnad.knad.ed

knub.pham.phub

bram.et.crot.ug.drup.et

frap.et.grud.ed.stru.mef

trid.ed.snid.ad.spu.did

stats.wig.et.sma.tip

twi.man.bla.tid.clup.ep

flamp.glump.plim.pin

LOOK BELOW FOR MOON WORDS:

The student is to listen to pronunciation of sounds that formed together make a word not found in the English language. The student is to write down the word as he or she hears it. Each moon word is to be corrected before proceeding to the next one. (Pretend a rocket trip to the moon.. Make up meanings for the words!)

BE CAREFUL HOW YOU SAY THE WORDS BELOW. REMEMBER THAT THE DOTS ARE PUT THERE FOR YOU TO BE ABLE TO ENJOY EASE IN BETTER PRONUNCIATION. YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE THE WORDS WITHOUT ANY DOTS. HE OR SHE SHOULD WRITE ONLY WHAT HE OR SHE HEARS IN THE WORD YOU SAY WITH ONE EXCEPTION:

In order to make the vowel heard a long vowel when writing it down, your student should add another vowel right beside it. Thus, ea (heard as long e) may be written ea but it may also be written ee or ei. It should not be written eo or eu as those are diphthongs with their own unique pronunciation.

Again, ae (heard as long a) may be written as ae but it may also be written ai or ay. Look at the end of this week's plans for it should not be written ao or au as those are diphthongs with their own unique pronunciation.

So you will have to consider the above in making your spelling corrections for the words listed below.

If you study this ahead of time, you should be fine in presenting it.

If you see one vowel between the dots, say the short vowel sound. If you see two vowels between the dots say the long vowel sound of the first vowel and do not say any sound for the second vowel:

REMEMBER REPETITION MAKES FOR FASTER LEARNING SO KEEP DICTATING THE SAME WORDS OVER AND OVER.

each.ip.pid.ep.eem.peat.mob

lea.vim.ed.fink.op.steemck

whuz.ed.gha.mep.ghud

gno.pub.gru.met.cha.tem

whum.an.plim.ded.lem.ad.ench

cro.tux.fum.eeck.draid.ent

sweem.id.grain.ted.ba.wet

fowb.he.went.flout.ep

groips.toymp.crarb

der.int.birmp.dormck

furmp.dir.eck.far.pemp

chairmps.hor.yed.thur.temp

me.ped.ap.en.ek.eev

Remember
THE WORDS ARE TO BE WRITTEN WITHOUT THE DOTS. THE DOTS ARE PUT THERE TO HELP YOU SEPARATE THE PARTS OF THE WORDS WITH THE VOWEL SOUNDS FOR EASIER PRONUNCIATION ON YOUR PART WHILE DICTATING. SAY THE ENTIRE WORD SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY. YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE ONLY WHAT HE OR SHE HEARS. YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE THE WORDS BELOW WITHOUT ANY DOTS:

THE VOWELS ARE SHORT VOWEL SOUNDS:

EXAMPLE:
SAY THIS: She.pet.shu.mep.che.mat
YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE THIS: Shepetshumepchemat

che.tam.fu.met.chle.match

thi.phuj.whu.meg

whuz.ghep.ghof

gnub.gnad.knad.ed

knub.pham.phub

bram.et.crot.ug.drup.et

frap.et.grud.ed.stru.mef

trid.ed.snid.ad.spu.did

stats.wig.et.sma.tip

twi.man.bla.tid.clup.ep

flamp.glump.plim.pin

THE VOWEL ARE LONG VOWEL SOUNDS. APPLY NO RULES. JUST SAY THE VOWELS WITH THE LONG VOWEL SOUND. TELL YOUR STUDENT TO WRITE ONLY WHAT HE OR SHE HEARS:

THE VOWELS ARE LONG VOWEL SOUNDS:

EXAMPLE:
SAY THIS: She.pet.shu.mep.che.mat
YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE THIS: Shepetshumepchemat

che.tam.fu.met.chle.match

thi.phuj.whu.meg

whuz.ghep.ghof

gnub.gnad.knad.ed

knub.pham.phub

bram.et.crot.ug.drup.et

frap.et.grud.ed.stru.mef

trid.ed.snid.ad.spu.did

stats.wig.et.sma.tip

twi.man.bla.tid.clup.ep

flamp.glump.plim.pin

REMEMBER

The student is to listen to pronunciation of sounds that formed together make a word not found in the English language. The student is to write down the word as he or she hears it. Each moon word is to be corrected before proceeding to the next one. (Pretend a rocket trip to the moon.. Make up meanings for the words!)

BE CAREFUL HOW YOU SAY THE WORDS BELOW. REMEMBER THAT THE DOTS ARE PUT THERE FOR YOU TO BE ABLE TO ENJOY EASE IN BETTER PRONUNCIATION. YOUR STUDENT SHOULD WRITE THE WORDS WITHOUT ANY DOTS. HE OR SHE SHOULD WRITE ONLY WHAT HE OR SHE HEARS IN THE WORD YOU SAY WITH ONE EXCEPTION:

In order to make the vowel heard a long vowel when writing it down, your student should add another vowel right beside it. Thus, ea (heard as long e) may be written ea but it may also be written ee or ei. It should not be written eo or eu as those are diphthongs with their own unique pronunciation.

Again, ae (heard as long a) may be written as ae but it may also be written ai or ay. Look at the end of this week's plans for it should not be written ao or au as those are diphthongs with their own unique pronunciation.

So you will have to consider the above in making your spelling corrections for the words listed below.

If you study this ahead of time, you should be fine in presenting it.

If you see one vowel between the dots, say the short vowel sound. If you see two vowels between the dots say the long vowel sound of the first vowel and do not say any sound for the second vowel:

REMEMBER REPETITION MAKES FOR FASTER LEARNING SO KEEP DICTATING THE SAME WORDS OVER AND OVER.

each.ip.pid.ep.eem.peat.mob

lea.vim.ed.fink.op.steemck

whuz.ed.gha.mep.ghud

gno.pub.gru.met.cha.tem

whum.an.plim.ded.lem.ad.ench

cro.tux.fum.eeck.draid.ent

sweem.id.grain.ted.ba.wet

fowb.he.went.flout.ep

groips.toymp.crarb

der.int.birmp.dormck

furmp.dir.eck.far.pemp

chairmps.hor.yed.thur.temp

me.ped.ap.en.ek.eev

The student is to listen to pronunciation of sounds that formed together make a word not found in the English language. The student is to write down the word as he or she or she hears it. Each moon word is to be corrected before proceeding to the next one. (Pretend a trip to the moon and make up meanings to the words!)

When dictating the following words, say the single vowels between dots as short vowel sounds. When there are two vowels together between dots, say the first vowel with its long vowel sound and do not say the second vowel sound which is silent.

When you see digraphs like kn, tell your student that you are about to say a digraph and that it will have two letters.

When you see a vowel, consonant, vowel (final e) between the dots, say the first vowel with its long vowel sound. Do not say the vowel after the first vowel and consonant which is e. Tell your student that there will be a silent letter in that part of the word.

When you see ck, tell your student that you are about to say a digraph that will have two letters.

If you study this ahead of time, you should be fine in presenting it.

she.mech.if.e.let.chin

thumph.whick.ghust

kno.be.bra.me.cra.dar

dra.me.yi.gart.tra.ve

grus.te.mes.treemp.snumph

spaet.steiph.streav

swibe.smide.tweep

bleamp.clite.flumb

gloack.plipe.waib

phaym.whoad.chaw

ckew.drow.whout

broit.moyn.marsk

berck.dirck.em.phor.eck

burmp.dir.emph.lar.ede

mairck.nor.ev

Remember the student is to listen to pronunciation of sounds that formed together make a word not found in the English language. The student is to write down the word as he hears it. Each moon word is to be corrected before proceeding to the next one. (Pretend a trip to the moon and make up meanings to the words!)

phoe.phee.madph.ae.mod.eep

whee.lae.doat.may.dee.phoam

chaet.mae.phee.tuev.knope.day.grot

bray.deem.phut.crae.fay.deash

drom.ay.meeph.ut.fray.daid.u.teesh

gru.tan.phee.med.trae.med.i.float

straem.phoen.if.snoad.graph.ete

spra.gie.nay.meet.steck. paph.ug.an.shete

swi.pee.meck.sha.geem.twipe.ne.noaph

bleam.ee.doesh.e.dae.phac.luk.ean.ad.ug.eephe.mude


Copyright 1997 by Bill and Janae Cooksey, All rights reserved. No part of this material may be published in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher.

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