Spelling Generalisations for R-Controlled Vowels - Spelling Cheat Sheets & Reference Pages
Spelling Generalisations for R-Controlled Vowels - Spelling Cheat Sheets & Reference Pages
Spelling Generalisations for R-Controlled Vowels - Spelling Cheat Sheets & Reference Pages
Spelling Generalisations for R-Controlled Vowels - Spelling Cheat Sheets & Reference Pages
Spelling Generalisations for R-Controlled Vowels - Spelling Cheat Sheets & Reference Pages

Spelling Generalisations for R-Controlled Vowels - Spelling Cheat Sheets & Reference Pages

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Are you teaching r-controlled vowels? These spelling generalisation cheat sheets provide an overview of common spelling patterns for r-controlled vowel phonemes.Each page contains:

  • Spelling patterns and generalisations
  • Spelling frequencies for common r-controlled vowel spellings
  • Rare spelling alternatives
  • Word examples for each grapheme choice in the beginning, middle and final position of words

Reference pages are included for:

  • R-Controlled Vowel ER
  • R-Controlled Vowel OR
  • R-Controlled Vowel AR
  • R-Controlled Vowel EER
  • R-Controlled Vowel AIR

Also included:

  • Black and white versions
  • Title page

PLEASE NOTE:
These generalisations may vary based on accent/dialect (this document has been formed from the perspective of an Australian accent). Some examples of where there may be some variations:

  • /eer/ is considered to be an r-controlled vowel phoneme in Australia. However, in other parts of the world, it is segmented as ee-r.
  • In Australia, /or/ and /aw/ make the same r-controlled vowel sound. However, in other parts of the world, they are considered to be two different phonemes
    • or/ as in for & more
    • /aw/ as in paw and ball
  • o’ is not included as a spelling option for /aw/ as this doesn’t apply with an Australian accent. In other parts of the world, ‘o’ may be included as a spelling alternative for /aw/. In those cases, it is used 14% of the time in words like ‘lost’.

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