Literacy Dev K
University of Memphis
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Date Created: 10/23/15
Making words example RDNG 7553 From httpwwwreadwritethinkorngessonslesson viewaspid150 Explain that you are going to make words using a set of letters that when combined will spell a quotmystery word quot Use the overhead to display the letters t s a e b and k and put the letter b aside Have students do the same with the letters at their desks Ask students if they can think of a threeletter word using the given letters that begins with the letter b and is something you use to hit a ball bat Place the letters a and tnext to the b accordingly Always have students read the new word after making it You might also have them use the new word in a sentence to reinforce vocabulary Next ask students to change the beginning letter to make a word that means what you did on the chair sat Then ask students to change the vowel to tell what you do when you put dishes on a table set Tell students to keep the s and e and put two letters in front to name what a baseball player runs to after hitting the ball base Ask students to make a threeletter word that tells what you do when you have a question ask Have students put a b in front to make a word that means enjoying the sun bask You might go through a few more examples using the word bask since this is likely a new vocabulary word for first and second graders Explain that they are now going to make the quotmystery wordquot by adding the last two letters to bask If hints are needed tell them that the word names something that you might ca1ry things in basket To further reinforce the concept of manipulating letters to make different words model the following examples and have students follow along with their own letter tiles Use the letters n t p e and s to make the words pen nest net pet pest step and ten The mystery word is spent Use the letters n t r s p and i to make the words tin tip spin spit rip tips and trip The mystery word is print Use the letters p o c and h to make the words pop cop and hop The mystery word is chop Use the letters m l p u and p to make the words pup plum up pulp and lump The mystery word is plump Making and Writing Words By Tim Rasinski Drawn from httpwwwreadingonlineorgarticleswordsrasinskihtmlcun92 Vowels Consonants aaio cntv UIbUJNt I The teacher then either pronounces or gives clues to words beginning with a few having only two or three letters and moving on to longer words quotIn box number 1 write a twoletter word that means the opposite of out Students write the word in box 1 Good Now words that contain in belong to a word family In box 2 I39d like you to write a threeletter word that belongs to the in word family Here s another clue the word is a kind of metal Students write tin in box 2 quotNow in boxes 3 4 and 5 please write three words that belong to the an word family Remember all an words will rhyme and you can only use the letters listed in the consonant and vowel boxesquot This sheet would now be partially completed Making and Writing Words Vowels Consonants aaio CJLLVJ l in 2 tin 3 can 4 tan 5 van T l T 2 T3 The teacher continues with the class through other threeletter words such as not and cot for boxes 6 and 7 and oat for box 8 Then it39s on to longer words quotGreatjob class Now let39s work on some longer words In box 9 write the contraction for the word cannot It39s pronounced can39t Remember to put the apostrophe in the correct place Figure it out with a partner or look here at my sheet if you run into trouble with this onequot The teacher works with the class through the remaining words she had planned coin in box 10 vain in box 11 and vacant in box 12 Throughout this work the teacher either pronounces the words or provides clues to help students gure out the word e g quotThe word that goes in box 10 describes a type of money that includes pennies nickels dimes and quartersquot or both Thus MWW promotes not only growth in spelling and decoding but also in vocabulary acquisition The nal word is always the quotchallenge wordquot Students are told that it uses all the letters listed and they are challenged to write the word in the nal box In our example the nal word is vacation which students would write in box 13 As in Making Words after all the words have been written in part 1 of MWW the teacher guides the students to apply what they learned to part 2 where they discover new words that follow or transfer some of the same patterns or principles used in part 1 In the boxes marked T1 T2 and T3 the T stands for transfer the teacher directs students to write words related to those in boxes 1 to 13 in structure or content These words contain letters beyond the selected ones This is a time when learners may apply
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