An example would be the word "soap."
The individual sounds are /s/ /o/ /p/ with the
/o/ being a long vowel sound. Children are given different words over the course of just sixty seconds while an adult uses a timer to maintain accuracy, while recording responses.
In Mrs. Hulen's Kindergarten class today one little girl was concentrating quite intently during her turn. When the sixty seconds had elapsed the teacher stopped the timer and looked up at her. "Good job we're all done."
Without hesitation the girl
smiled and said /j/ /o/ /b/.