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Phonics and Word Identification Instruction and Intervention, K-8

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ISBN-10: 0131186639

ISBN-13: 9780131186637

Edition: 2007

Authors: Mary T. Rycik, James A. Rycik

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Phonics and Word Identification: Instruction and Intervention, K-8is designed to address the needs of students from Kindergarten to eighth grade, and it includes both instructional activities for typical learners and interventions for students who may be struggling.Unique to this book is the inclusion of specific strategies for teaching phonics to intermediate elementary and middle school students, recognizing their developmental level and need for more appropriate phonics instruction geared to their age level. Also unique is the embedding of strategies in authentic classroom context, the use of literature, poetry, and three basic cueing systems. Readers are given informal assessments that…    
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Book details

List price: $39.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 3/27/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Phonics: What, Why, and How?
Defining Phonics and Word Identification
Phonics in The Middle Grades?
Intervention When Students Struggle
The Reading Wars: The Role of Phonics in Reading Instruction
The 1950s and 1960s: The Great Debate
The 1970s and 1980s: Phonics Versus Comprehension
The 1990s: Whole Language Versus Phonics
The Role of Phonics Instruction: Recent Developments
The National Reading Panel Report
No Child Left Behind and State Standards
Assessing Phonics
Phonics in a Comprehensive Language Arts Program
Before You Move On
What's in This Chapter for Me?
Making Decisions About Instruction: What Teachers Need to Know
Approaches to Phonics Instruction
Traditional Approaches
Contemporary Approaches
Teachers must Show Students How to Use Cues to Identify Words
Graphophonemic Cues
Using Meaning Cues: The Semantic and Syntactic Systems
How Readers Combine Cues
Teachers must Extend the Alphabetic Knowledge and Phonemic Awareness that Children Develop at Home
Letter and Alphabetic Knowledge
Phonemic Awareness
Teaching Word Identification Is Based on an Understanding of Development
Prealphabetic Stage
Partial Alphabetic Stage
Alphabetic Stage
Consolidated Stage
Automatic Stage
Teachers must Know Appropriate Interventions for Students who Struggle
Intervention When Students Struggle
Teachers must Guide Their Instruction About Phonics and Word Identification Through Ongoing Assessment
Assessing Phonemic Awareness
Before You Move On
What's in This Chapter for Me?
Learning and Teaching About Consonants
Understanding Consonants
Multiple Sounds
Silent Consonants
Learning About Consonants Through Sorting Activities
Picture Sorting for Primary Students
Word Sorting for Intermediate and Middle Grade Students
Consonant Blends and Three-Letter Clusters
Ending Consonant Blends
Learning About Blends Through Independent and Guided Activities
Consonant Digraphs
Classroom Environments for Teaching Consonants
Name Word Wall
Learning Centers
Alphabet Books
Take-Home Magnets
Games to Reinforce Consonant Sounds
Assessing Consonant Letters and Sounds
Intervention When Students Struggle
Before You Move On
What's in This Chapter for Me?
Learning and Teaching About Vowels
Understanding Vowels
Short Vowel Sounds
Long Vowel Sounds
Making Words: A Way to Practice Vowel Patterns
Other Vowel Sounds
Whole Class Teaching and Learning Activities
Word Walls
Brand Name Phonics
Word Sorts
Word Ladders
Onset and Rime Writing
Small Group Games
Onset and Rime Bingo
Red Light/Green Light
Word Rummy
Rime Scattergories
Content Area Vowel Rummy
Interventions When Students Struggle
Assessing Vowel Sounds
Before You Move On
What's in This Chapter for Me?
Incorporating Phonics and Word Identification into Reading Instruction
Using Embedded Instruction
Planning "Spontaneous" Lessons
Encouraging Students to Use Cueing Systems
Incorporating Phonics Instruction in Shared Reading
Using Poetry and Verse
Teaching and Learning with Decodable Text
Guided Reading Using Leveled Texts
Teaching Word Identification in Literature Circles
A Glimpse into a Grade 5/6 Classroom: Mrs. Lanyi
Interventions When Students Struggle
A Glimpse into the Classroom: Mrs. Alberty
Assessing Word Identification with Meaningful Texts
Before You Move On
What's in This Chapter for Me?
Spelling and Writing Instruction
Orthography: A Language for Spellers
High Frequency Words
Developmental Spelling Stages
Prephonemic Stage
Phonemic Stage
Transitional Stage
Conventional Stage
Invented Spelling
Guiding Principles for Spelling Instruction
Classroom Strategies for Spelling and Writing
Shared (or Interactive) Writing
Writing Journals
Writing Workshop
Mini Lessons
Buddy Study Spelling
High Frequency Word Walls
A Glimpse into Mrs. Schlotterer's First-Grade Classroom
Teacher-Made Spelling Games
Where's My Stuff?
I Won One
Spelling Survivor
Interventions When Students Struggle
A Glimpse into an Intervention Classroom
Assessing Spelling
Before You Move On
What's in This Chapter for Me?
Teaching Word Structure for Sound and Meaning
Understanding Morphemes
Structural Analysis
Compound Words
Teaching and Learning About Affixes
Greek and Latin Roots
Teaching Big Words in Meaningful Context
Inflectional Endings
Interventions When Students Struggle
Syllables and Accents
Assessing Affixes
Building a Rich Vocabulary Knowledge
Interesting Words
New Words and Slang
Ethnic Heritage
Words of the Year
Specialized Words
Palindromes and Portmanteaus
Before You Move On
What's in This Chapter for Me?
Accommodating and Supporting Students with Language Differences
Understanding the Needs of English Language Learners
Literacy in the Primary Language
Developing Conversational English Proficiency
Developing Academic English Proficiency
Social and Cultural Transitions
Phonetic and Graphic Differences Between Languages
Assessing English Language Learners
Environments for Supporting English Language Learning
Surround All Students with Oral and Written Language
Encourage Social Interaction
Share and Respect Culture
Interventions When Students Struggle
Shared Reading
Journal Writing
Shared Writing
Sheltered Instruction
Strategy Teaching
Other Suggestions
Nonmainstream English Speakers
Culturally Responsive Instruction
Regional Dialects
Before You Move On
What's in This Chapter for Me?