Peter Bowers’ website is a remarkable resource for teaching yourself and your students how meaning and spelling relate. Develop routines, and strategies to use “the principles of scientific inquiry as the basis of word level literacy instruction.” http://www.wordworkskingston.com/WordWorks/Home.html The following are the standard four questions used to guide SWI investigations. Investigate with these 4 questions… What …
Category: 8. Spelling, Word Study and Vocabulary
Vocabulary is taught incidentally, intentionally and through the development of word consciousness. Here is an example of intentional teaching from Dr. Anita Archer. She has focused the vocabulary for the reading selection to a few key concept words and demonstrates explicit teaching for vocabulary comprehension and use. 3. Vocabulary Instruction – Sixth Grade Language Arts https://explicitinstruction.org/video-secondary-main/secondary-video-3/ …
Source: Stages of Spelling Development | Education.com
A handout from the Reading Recovery Conference, 2014.
Vocabulary should be taught incidentally and intentionally! Here are fun word games to teach your students. Word Games to Target the Five Language Components (Cavanaugh) This post was contributed by Christie L. Cavanaugh, Ph.D., and published at Vocabulogic: https://vocablog-plc.blogspot.com/2011/01/word-games-to-target-five-language.html Source: Cavanaugh_Language Games Chart.pdf