- Goal-directed Instructional Design Plan – Silent e Author – Iman Zaatari 1. A problem or a need – there must be a problem of practice or an educational need that should be addressed during the lesson. The educational need for learning the silent e rule for the long o sound is to have a base for elementary students to build upon.
- Either I am confused or many of those who replied to momfirst's question are confused. My understanding of vowel-consonant e words are words that contain 1 vowel, followed by a consonant, and then end with the vowel e which is silent and makes the first vowel "long"; for example, broke (vowel "o", consonant "k", silent ending vowel "e") or date or hope or pride.
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