How to Teach Spelling

Author: Laura Toby Rudginsky,Elizabeth C. Haskell

Publisher: Educators Pub Svc Incorporated

ISBN: 9780838818473

Category: Education

Page: 169

View: 7875

This Comprehensive teacher resource manual includes: words, phrases, and sentences grouped by spelling rule for dictation, and sight words assigned by level of difficulty and incorportated in dictation.

How to Teach English Spelling

Including the Spelling Rules and 151 Spelling Lists

Author: John J. Fulford

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780996379922

Category: English language

Page: 144

View: 4879

This book, written by an experienced English teacher and the author of The Complete Guide to English Spelling Rules, is a great aide for those teachers and parents who struggle to teach their students how to spell and keep wondering if there is a better method. The spelling rules are explained simply and clearly with examples.

Spelling It Out

How Words Work and How to Teach Them

Author: Misty Adoniou

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107557658

Category: Education

Page: 160

View: 8482

Spelling It Out is an indispensable guide for anyone who lacks confidence in spelling.

Using Phonics to Teach Reading & Spelling

Author: John Bald

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1848607407

Category: Education

Page: 176

View: 3154

Includes CD-Rom Times Educational Supplement Star Read! 'This is an authoritative yet lively and eminently readable book. It is well grounded in both the latest academic theory and experienced hands-on pedagogic practice, and it summarises succinctly the implications of the recent Rose Report, giving a masterly exposition of both synthetic and analytic phonics and their places in the processes of learning to read and spell. Practical and organisational issues are tackled in a most supportive way, with very useful checklists and photocopiable proformas on an accompanying CD. The book also provides and excellent guide to provision for professional development, involving the use of lesson observation and part of the evaluation and planning cycle for CPD. Its style is clear and well signposted with subheadings, case-study boxes to illuminate points, and with aims given at the start of each chapter as well as challenging points for reflection and guides to further reading at the ends. Every staff room should have one!' - Dorothy Latham, Primary Education Consultant, English specialist and author of How Children Learn to Write 'Synthetic phonics may well be only one tool for teaching reading and spelling, but it is the single most important one' - Ruth Kelly, Education Secretary, March 2006 'Teachers - and particularly Literacy Co-ordinators or SENCOs - who are enthusiastic about children's learning and about their own professional development will undoubtedly benefit from using this book and CD, with its combination of useful explanation and practical resources to support the implementation of the ideas' - Lorna Gardiner, General Adviser, Foundation Stage, North Eastern Education and Library Board, Northern Ireland Are you looking for practical advice on how to teach phonics? By giving the reader a basic introduction to teaching reading and spelling using phonics, this book will provide you with easy-to-use ideas for your classrooms. Following on from the recommendations of the Rose Report, the author explains why teaching phonics works, and how to present irregular as well as straightforward features of English. The book: o contains practical examples and activities for teachers o explains the basis of synthetic and analytic phonics o gives advice on choosing the best resources o looks at how to help the weakest readers o includes a CD Rom with photocopiable resources and INSET materials o contains a glossary of key terms Literacy Co-ordinators, teachers and teaching assistants will find this an invaluable resource.

Words Their Way

Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction

Author: Donald R. Bear,Marcia Invernizzi,Shane Templeton,Francine R. Johnston

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781292107530

Category:

Page: 464

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Teach Spelling So it Sticks!

Quick and Clever Ways that Work for Grades 4-8

Author: Jane Bell Kiester

Publisher: Maupin House Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 1934338117

Category: English language

Page: 17

View: 7511

Teach Spelling So It Sticks! offers teachers in grades 4-8 an easy-to-use step-book format complete with instructions, assessment tips, a suggested weekly routine, games, activities, and word lists, plus strategies for teaching commonly confused words such as homophones and those dreaded "spell-check nightmares." Use as a complete approach or choose the engaging games and activities you want. Great for all students--especially struggling spellers, English-language learners, and ESE students.

Teaching Spelling to English Language Learners

Author: Johanna Stirling

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1447606787

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 280

View: 1806

A book for anyone teaching English spelling, particularly those working with English language learners. This essential manual answers three challenging questions about teaching spelling: Why is there a problem with teaching and learning spelling? What can be done about it? How can this be accomplished? The first part of the book helps teachers understand the systems of English spelling and the regularities, which are not necessarily phonological. It explores the errors that learners really make and the challenges faced by teachers. The second part outlines a fresh, new, multi-dimensional approach to teaching spelling which recognises the need for learner engagement and strategy training as well as work on the patterns found in English orthography. The final part of the book presents over seventy engaging and effective activities which are designed to develop a range of strategies and knowledge about English spelling.

The Spelling Teacher's Lesson-a-Day

180 Reproducible Activities to Teach Spelling, Phonics, and Vocabulary

Author: Edward B. Fry

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470573303

Category: Education

Page: 256

View: 1049

The effective and fun-filled way to teach spelling to elementary students The Spelling Teacher's Lesson-a-Day gives teachers 180 engaging and ready-to-use lessons-one for each day of the school year-that boost spelling skills in students grades 3-6. These lessons may be used as "sponge" or "hook" activities (five-minute lessons to start off each school day) or teachers may simply pick and choose activities from within the book for the occasional spelling lesson. Fry teaches spelling patterns by contrasting homophones (like-sounding words) to help students recognize these spelling patterns in more complex words. He also boosts students' spelling skills by demystifying contractions, abbreviations, capitalization, silent letters, suffixes and prefixes, and more. Offers an easy-to-use method for teaching spelling that has been proven to be effective Includes 180 ready-to-use, reproducible lessons-one for each day of the school year A new volume in the new series 5-Minute FUNdamentals This book is designed to be used by classroom teachers, homeschoolers, tutors, and parents.

Spelling K-8

Planning and Teaching

Author: Diane Snowball,Faye Bolton

Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers

ISBN: 1571100741

Category: Education

Page: 267

View: 6643

Offers a spelling curriculum at the whole-school level in addition to plans for each grade.

Spelling Works!

Author: Jim Halverson

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 9780590120487

Category: Education

Page: 128

View: 5667

Contains reproducible lessons and mazes designed to help students improve their spelling skills.

Teaching Kids to Spell

Author: J. Richard Gentry,Jean Wallace Gillet

Publisher: Heinemann Educational Publishers

ISBN: 9780435087609

Category: Education

Page: 136

View: 8604

Teaching Kids to Spell fills the need for a book to help teachers working in an integrated language arts program provide systematic, personalized spelling instruction. The authors provide a much-needed bridge between traditional spelling instruction and whole language approaches, showing teachers (and parents, too) how spelling ability begins to emerge in young children's invented spellings, how it grows as children pass through predictable stages of spelling strategies, and how eventually every student can reach a standard of correct "expert" spelling. The text includes wordlists, tips for teaching predictable patterns, and a variety of individual activities that prepare children to meet the phonetic, semantic, historical, and visual demands of spelling, plus strategies for implementing a spelling workshop in the elementary classroom. Teachers, school administrators, and parents who want to understand the complex process of spelling will find this book a valuable resource.

The Everything Kids' Spelling Book

Spell your way to S-U-C-C-E-S-S!

Author: Shelley Galloway Sabga

Publisher: Adams Media

ISBN: 9781598697544

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 144

View: 7428

Is it "i before e except after c"? Or is it the other way around? Let's face it, most children struggle with spelling. But now they have a fun and easy way to learn all the tips and tricks to spell with confidence. With this book, kids will: Learn basic spelling rules, like "change y to i and add es." Understand punctuation, capitalization, and other technical parts of spelling. Pick up helpful tricks, like putting words into songs and rhymes. Learn fun games and exercises to practice spelling. Study spelling lists to master even the toughest words. And more! Along with 30 fun-filled puzzles and activities, this book offers children, parents, and teachers all the tools they need to buzz with spelling success!

Teaching Spelling

Author: Edmund H. Henderson

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division

ISBN: N.A

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 245

View: 981


A Creative Approach to Teaching Spelling: The What, why and how of Teaching Spelling, Starting with Phonics

Author: Kate Robinson

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 147292245X

Category: English language

Page: 96

View: 5364

A Creative Approach to Teaching Spelling is packed full of fun and effective multi-sensory games and activities that build phonic skills as a key strategy for spelling. In addition, there are games that develop further strategies to supplement phonic skills. Preceding the games is a summary of major developments in the teaching of spelling over the last forty years. This leads to an analysis of the current research and approaches on which the games are based. With the knowledge, skills and ideas offered, teachers can enhance the growing range of phonic-based spelling programmes currently used within schools, or they can build engaging spelling programmes of their own to meet the specific groups or individual pupils.The games and activities will help to develop and embed children's phonological awareness, phonic knowledge and auditory memory.

Phonics Pathways

Clear Steps to Easy Reading and Perfect Spelling

Author: Dolores G. Hiskes

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118037197

Category: Education

Page: 288

View: 9957

Teaches students of all ages the basics of phonics with a time-tested, foolproof method This tenth edition of the best-selling book teaches reading using sounds and spelling patterns. These sounds and patterns are introduced one at a time, and slowly built into words, syllables, phrases, and sentences. Simple step-by-step directions begin every lesson. Although originally designed for K-2 emergent readers, this award-winning book is also successfully being used with adolescent and adult learners, as well as second language learners and students with learning disabilities. Wise and humorous proverbs encourage virtues such as patience, perseverance, honesty, kindness, compassion, courage, and loyalty. Offers help for all students including those with learning disabilities or very short attention spans Includes extensive examples, word lists, and practice readings that are 100% decodable Uses a multisensory method that benefits all learning styles This bestselling, much-loved book offers a complete approach to teaching phonics and reading for a fraction of the cost of other programs.

Teaching Kids to Spell

A Developmental Approach to Spelling

Author: Becky Spence,Melinda Martin

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781497516380

Category: Education

Page: 132

View: 5410

Why do kids misspell words? How can spelling instruction be hands-on and developmentally appropriate? What spelling strategies do spellers need to learn? Becky Spence answers all these questions and more in Teaching Kids to Spell.