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In the lesson, you learned how to use parts of words (word chunks) to help you figure out words you don't know when you are reading:
1.  look for small words you know inside the word you don't know;
2. put the word you know together with the other letter sounds in the word;
3. reread the word you just made.  Does it make sense?

Let's practice.  Look at each word, find the word chunk you do know, then put it together with the other sounds.  When you think you know what the word is, click on it to hear if you are right.

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Bravo!  You are now ready to try using word chunks to figure out words you don't know when you are reading a book.  Good luck! 


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