Teaching Word Recognition Skills

ISBN-10: 0131195972
ISBN-13: 9780131195974
Edition: 7th 2007 (Revised)
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List price: $48.00
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 11/15/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

This revision of Teaching Word Recognition Skills seeks a more balanced approach toward all the word recognition skills.nbsp; It includes an in-depth discussion of vowels and consonants before addressing traditional word recognition skills.nbsp; The new edition has also attempted to include a significant amount of research citations to support the teaching practices and strategies outlined in the book.nbsp; The book is intended to supplement the existing classroom text; however, it may stand alone in courses that focus on word recognition skills.

Word Recognition: Looking Back to Move Forward
Understanding the Past
Colonial Times
The Modern Era
The Distant Past
The Not-So-Distant Past
Current Day
Understanding Issues with Word Recognition
Stages of Word Recognition
Ehri and McCormick
Stahl
Juel
Frith
Bear, Invernizzi, Templeton, Johnston
Evidence-Based Reading Instruction
Word Recognition Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
The English Sound System: Consonants
Understanding Consonants
Fricatives and Affricates
Stops
Nasals
Glides
Liquids
Consonants Representing One Sound
Consonants with More Than One Sound
The Letter c
The Letter g
The Letter s
The Letter x
Consonant Digraphs
The Unique h Digraphs
Digraphs with a First Silent Letter
Special Combinations
Consonant Blends
Two-Consonant Beginning Blends
Three-Consonant Beginning Blends
Ending Blends
Two-Consonant Final Blends
Three-Consonant Final Blends
Phonograms
Summary
Review Questions
The English Sound System: Vowels
Understanding Vowels
The Single Vowels a, e, i, o, u, and the Schwa
The Short Vowel Sound
The Long Vowel Sound
Special Vowel Sounds
The Schwa
Final Unpronounced Letter e
Vowel Digraphs and Diphthongs
Vowel Digraphs and Diphthongs That Begin with a
Vowel Digraphs with e
Vowel Digraph with i
Vowel Digraphs and Diphthongs with o
Vowel Diphthongs Encoding [Characters not reproducible]
The Letters y and w
y as a Consonant and Vowel
w as a Consonant and Vowel
r-Controlled Vowels
r with Single Vowel Letters
r with Vowel Digraphs
Special Combinations That Decode as /sh/
Six Major Syllable Patterns
Summary
Review Questions
Prerequisites to Phonics Instruction
Alphabet Knowledge
Alphabet Knowledge Instruction
Assessing Alphabet Knowledge
Phonological Awareness
Phonological Awareness Tasks
Phonemic Awareness
Phonological Awareness Instruction
Sentence Level
Word Level
Matching Rhymes
Generating Rhymes
Syllable Level
Onset and Rime Level
Phoneme Level
Blending
Segmenting
Addition, Deletion, and Substitution
Elkonin Boxes
Picture Files
Picture Sorts
Implicit or Explicit Instruction
Teaching English Language Learners
Summary
Review Questions
Sight Words
Organizing Sight Words
Basic Sight Words
Dolch
Fry
Harris-Jacobson
Content-Specific Sight Words
Signal Sight Words
Selecting Sight Words
Strategies for Teaching Sight Words
Explicit Instruction
Whole-Part-Whole Approach
Part-Whole Approach
Associative Learning Strategy
Word Walls
Flashcards
Word Banks
Word Sorts
Word Ladders
Games
Technology
Quick Activities for Reinforcement
Troublesome Sight Words
Sight-Word Storehouse
Summary
Review Questions
Phonics
Understanding Phonics
Teaching Approaches
Explicit Approach (Synthetic, Deductive)
Implicit Approach (Analytic, Inductive)
Analogy Approach (Linguistic, Word Family)
Embedded Approach
Modified Whole/Part/Whole Approach
Teaching Activities
Teacher-Designed Materials
Games
Puzzles
Manipulatives
Materials Inundation
Guidelines for Teaching Phonics
Questions Teachers Ask Concerning Teaching Phonics
Assessing When the Decoding Process Breaks Down
Spelling: Its Relationship to Word Recognition
Teaching Spelling: A Balanced Approach
Direct Teaching
Activities to Reinforce Spelling
Finger Spelling
Making Words
Classroom Spelling Explorations
Spelling Dictionaries
Summary
Review Questions
Structural Analysis
Components of Structural Analysis
Compound Words
Activities for Teaching Compound Words
Contractions
Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes
Prefixes: Definitions and Dilemmas
Roots and Suffixes
Further Complexities of Affixed Words
Spelling and Suffixes
Affix Lists
Turning Incorrect Answers into Learning Experiences
Activities with Affixed Words
Guidelines for Teaching Affixed Words
Questions Teachers Ask About Roots and Affixes
Syllabication
Dividing Words into Syllables
Teaching Syllabication
Activities for Teaching Syllabication
Summary
Review Questions
Context Clues
Examples of Context Clues
Direct Explanation or Definition Clue
Experience Clue
Words in a Series
Restatements
Comparison and Contrast
Inference
Appositive or Parenthetical
Synonyms
Advantages and Limitations of Using Context Clues
Advantages
Limitations
Guidelines for Teaching Context Clues
Students and Sentence Clues
Students' Dos and Don'ts
Do...
Don't Depend Completely on Context...
Strategies for Teaching Context Clues
General Strategy
SCANR
Think-Alouds
Modification of QAR
Right There (Clue is Right Next to Unknown Word)
Think and Search (Clue is in the Vicinity)
On Your Own (Prior Knowledge is Required to Identify Meaning)
Guided Practice
Activities for Teaching Context Clues
The Struggling Reader
Summary
Review Questions
The Dictionary
Understanding a Dictionary Entry
Skills Needed to Use the Dictionary
Location Skills
Alphabetizing Skills
Guide Words
Pronunciation Skills
Pronunciation Key and Stress Marks
Phonetic Spelling and Pronunciation
Meaning Skills
Word Meaning Skills
Word Meaning Practice
Motivating Students to Use the Dictionary
The Problem with Dictionaries
When to Use the Dictionary
Selecting Dictionaries
Picture Dictionaries (Pre-School)
First Dictionaries (Kindergarten to Grade Three)
Grade Three to Six Dictionaries
Grade Six to Nine Dictionaries
High School Dictionaries
Adult Dictionaries
College or Desk Dictionaries
Comprehensive Dictionaries
Unabridged Dictionaries
Online Dictionaries
Specialized Dictionaries
English Language Learner Dictionaries
Summary
Review Questions
Building Fluency Through Word Recognition
Word Recognition Strategy Instruction
The Helping Hand: An Aid for Word Recognition
Frame It
Phonic It
Bleep It
Part It
Consult It
Integrated Processing
Dissect
Helping Students Develop Flexibility
Assessing Word Recognition Skill
Developing Fluency
Fluency Development Lesson
The Imitative Method
Neurological Impress Method
Repeated Readings
Student Sharing
Choral Reading
Echo Reading
Paired or Partner Reading
Assisted Reading
Readers' Theater
Technology-Assisted Reading
Shared Reading
Evaluating Fluency
Guidelines for Word Recognition Materials and Activities
Do-it-Yourself Materials and Activities
Using Cereal Boxes
Sports Names
Wordsplash
Technology
Type I Software
Type II Software
Story Software
Websites
Summary
Review Questions
Answers to Quick Self-Checks
Example Word Lists
Phonogram List
Tests
Basic Sight Words for Older Readers
Forms for Evaluating Materials and Websites
Glossary
References
Index

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