Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling
With more than 15 years of extensive observations and experiences in real classrooms, the authors bring keen insight to this activity-based book. They advocate basing student learning on the appropriate developmental level. This philosophy is supported with more than 250 ready-to-use word study, spelling, vocabulary, and phonics activities presented in developmental sequence, from the Emergent through the Derivational Relation stage. For educators and school administrators.
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Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction
Donald R. Bear
No preview available - 2008
accent alphabet alphabetic principle base word Beginning readers blends and digraphs chapter chart closed sorts column concept of word concept sorts consonant blends dents Derivational Constancy developmental draw Early Letter Name English examine example Figure fluency folder gameboard grade homographs homophones individual dictations initial consonants invented spellings known words language Letter Name spellers Letter Name stage literacy development long vowel patterns look match meaning middle open sorts orthographic knowledge pairs pattern words Personal Readers picture cards picture sorts play player prefix Preliterate Procedures reading and writing rhyming Scattergories schwa sentence short vowel patterns sight words small groups sound boards spelling development spelling inventories stage of spelling students sort suffixes Syllable Juncture teacher Variations vocabulary vowel sound vowel words word banks word cards word families word hunts Word List Word Pattern stage word sorts word study activities word study notebooks York