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'One-Syllable Phonograms' And How To Learn Them

In Mr. Duncan's 'One-Syllable Phonograms' he teaches that a phonogram is composed of the first vowel in a word and all the letters that follow it such as et and is applied to many different words such as bet, get, jet, let, met, and many more. The phonograms are listed as short vowel sounds, one long vowel sound, final silent e, vowel digraphs, modified vowel sounds, letter combinations, and non-phonetic grouped as phonograms and the one-syllable words that are not phonograms. Illustrated 8.5" x 11" spiral bound workbook.