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Phonics week 5-6

by: Laqueen Gordon

Phonics week 5-6 2168-1_28LSLS2005001

Laqueen Gordon
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Word Sorting advantages and all of the stages of development.... emergent, letter name and etc...
Phonics and Word Study Instruction
Angela Miller
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Phonics and Whole Language: Linguistic Foundations, Phonics, Elementary, Education, 2168-1_28LSLS2005001: (2168) PHONICS ECE (001)
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Laqueen Gordon on Thursday October 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 2168-1_28LSLS2005001 at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College taught by Angela Miller in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Phonics and Word Study Instruction in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College.

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Date Created: 10/13/16
Week 5 and 6 Word Sorting Advantages (goal is to teach them hoew to spell and decode. improve the word recognition and ability to use the new vocabulary.) 1. interestign and fun 2. student work with word and pictures that they already know. 3. Sorting is anlytic 4. Doesnt rely on memorization 5. differentiated instruction Development Stages Emergent PK- 1st • Have tennous understanding of how print works • Have limited reading vocab • engage in pretend reading and memory reading (orally) Activities: Invented spelling, begin with concept sorts using pictures or manipulation, oral language, alphabetic games and matching games, Begining sounds (pictures only), and Language experience approach- write what students want to say. Letter Name Alpabetic Stage K-2nd • Mastering the names of the letters and their sounds • Begin to aquire "concept of word" • Increasing reading vocabulary • Still memory and pretending • Need support of text and teachers • Less the "hearing" of the vowel "word lists" to add to generalizations • Predictable and patterned texts very important Activities: Begining and ending sounds, pic---> word, rhyme and word family, compare and contrast, consonent blend and diagraphs, word banks, word wall, and individual spelling dictionaries. Within Word Pattern Stage 1st- 4th • reading fluency and expression increase • Reading words accuratly • Starting to read incomplete phrases • Observe puncitiation marks • Concentrating on ideas • "Wright Brothers" limited elevation • 1 in 4 adults can't read beyond the forth grade Activities: Vowels pattern: long vowels, R and L influenced vowels, Homophone (same sound) and Homograph (same spelling), class discussions, increased number of writing activities, word study notebooks, with written reflection, independent word sorts/ self reflection. Syllables and Affixes 3-8 • students are begining to expand reading interest • "fine tuning" reading strategies • Word study encountor coming from context areas mostly and their independent reading and writing. • Working with lots of syllables • Meaning units (prefix, suffix, base, or roots) • focus on vocab, spelling knowledge, and strategies for word analysis • Dictionary skills • More complex compound word "babysitter" • base words (ed, ing) • word study notebooks


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