Module 2 Skills Block

By the end of this module, students should be able decode and encode one-syllable, short vowel words with initial and ending clusters (examples: “fast,” “flap,” “grub,” “hunt,” “pond,” “spot,” “trip,” “fist,” “fret,” “bend”). Words such as “blend” and “grasp” (containing initial and final blends) can be decoded as well. Students may also be able to read one-syllable, short vowel words with the “-ed” suffix. The goal by the end of Module 2 is to have all students working within the Full Alphabetic phase (relative to short vowels), ready to move into syllabication, and decoding and encoding words with long vowel patterns in Module 3.