This is a practical textbook, setting out in detail a method of applying theoretically sound principles of spelling and reading remediation.This book is intended for parents, teachers, and anyone who wants to help children or adults with ...
Author: Jenny Lamond
Category: English language
"This book is intended for parents, teachers, and anyone else who wishes to help children or adults that struggle with reading and spelling. It is a practical handbook, setting out in detail a method of applying theoretically sound principles of reading remediation to the needs and abilities of students. Anyone who has a love for children, a desire to help them, and a sensitivity to their responses can use it. And teachers/mentors that have the opportunity to help youth and adults remedy a weakness in the areas of reading, spelling and writing can use it. It is a method of helping poor readers and spellers discover what they do not understand about written language. Research has shown that deficiencies in comprehension can often be traced to difficulties with processing print itself. A remedial program must begin by replacing faulty habits of hearing and seeing words with reliable ones. Only then can reading be successful."--Page 2.
This workbook is a companion to the successful, Discovering; Reading and Spelling Through Sound by Jenny Lamond and Dr. Paul Whiting.Discovering; how to read and spell English when English is not the Home Language has been converted for ...
Author: Jenny Lamond
Category: English language
Step by step lessons to ensure that an English second language speaker understands the nuances of English.
The titles of the books are 100 Spelling Rules, Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day (6 volumes: A, E, I, O, U, and Consonants), Read Instantly, and The Compound Words.
Author: Camilia Sadik
How to Teach Phonics is a Teachers' Guide, and it can be used by Teachers and Parents of K-12, Adult Learners, Dyslexic Persons who can Read but cannot Spell, and Advanced ESL Students. The author, Linguist Camilia Sadik spent 15 years intensely dissecting English, discovering over 100 spelling rules, applying the rules in 600 phonics lessons, class-testing her discoveries, and preparing 10 breakthrough phonics-based reading and spelling books for all ages and all types of learners. Teaching phonics means teaching which letter or combination of letters to choose when spelling every English sound in every English word. Sadik's books are for learning to spell nearly all the letter combinations and the letters that do not sound like their letter name in 32,000 words. For free sample lessons, visit SpellingRules.com How to Teach Phonics - Teachers' Guide by Camilia Sadik contains easy instructions for using the 10 phonics-based reading and spelling books. The titles of the books are 100 Spelling Rules, Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day (6 volumes: A, E, I, O, U, and Consonants), Read Instantly, and The Compound Words. The books contain over 30 Unique Learning Features that make Learning Inescapable. All words are divided into syllables, all silent letters are italicized, every phonic to be learned is colored and bolded, every lesson begins with a spelling rule, grouping of words that follow a rule, each vowel is isolated in a book, and the only comprehensive books of phonics. Teach or learn to read and spell hundreds of words at a time, guaranteed!
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Author: Ann Sullivan
Phonics for Pupils with Special Educational Needs is a complete, structured, multisensory programme for teaching reading and spelling, making it fun and accessible for all. This fantastic seven-part resource offers a refreshingly simple approach to the teaching of phonics, alongside activities to develop auditory and visual perceptual skills. Specifically designed to meet the needs of pupils with special educational needs of any age, the books break down phonics into manageable core elements and provide a huge wealth of resources to support teachers in teaching reading and spelling. Book 3: Sound by Sound, Part 1 focuses on discovering complex sounds and their relationship with letters and letter combinations. Each chapter explores a key sound (sh/ th/ ng/ ch/ k/ qu/ f/ l/ s) and contains over 40 engaging activities, including: sound exchange, word scramble, spot the spelling, word detective and writing challenge. Thorough guidance is provided on how to deliver each activity, as well a lesson planner template, a handy list of high frequency words and posters for teachers and teaching assistants to use to support learning. Each book in the series gradually builds on children’s understanding of sounds and letters and provides scaffolded support for children to learn about every sound in the English language. Offering tried and tested material which can be photocopied for each use, this is an invaluable resource to simplify phonics teaching for teachers and teaching assistants and provide fun new ways of learning phonics for all children. This book is accompanied by a companion resource, 'Phonics for Pupils with Complex SEND ', to be used alongside the Phonics for Pupils with Special Educational Needs programme. The activities from Books 1-6 of the programme are adapted to be accessible for non-verbal pupils, including AAC users, and those with physical disabilities.
... the reading on the “ Ginn 100 Series , " the spelling on " Sound and Sense in Spelling , " and the handwriting on the ... this language arts curriculum guide
bases its reading strand on “ Discovery through Reading " ( Ginn 100 ) , its
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Author: Peter David Pumfrey
Publisher: Psychology Press
Reflects a wide range of issues regarding children's literacy problems, mainly at the primary school level. The purposes of the book are twofold: in part 1, to identify some challenges in the field of literacy, and, in part 2, to give an account of.
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Author: Wiley Blevins
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Provides an explanation of phonics, a method of reading instruction that focuses on the relationship between sounds and their spellings, and features over one hundred activities for the classroom, as well as sample lessons, word lists, and teaching strategies.
The second edition of Sound Practice looks afresh at how young children can be helped to discover basic facts about an alphabetic spelling system, within the context of their developing spoken language.
Author: Lyn Layton
The second edition of Sound Practice looks afresh at how young children can be helped to discover basic facts about an alphabetic spelling system, within the context of their developing spoken language. It examines why children might fail to understand letter-sound links; the origins of severe and persistent difficulties with achieving functional literacy skills; and developmental processes underpinning the areas of learning identified in national initiatives for promoting children's learning. The book also discusses the need for differentiation strategies to respond to individual children's learning needs within national initiatives, and techniques and approaches that can be effectively applied to fulfil curriculum objectives. Phonological awareness is the key to independent literacy and must be explicitly tackled in the classroom in order to promote early reading and writing and to address written language difficulties in older children. This book is a suitable resource for initial and in-service training for teachers and teaching assistants and includes photocopiable worksheets.
Sadik's books are cumulative. To benefit from this book, those who missed learning phonics need to start with the books Read Instantly and Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day, which is in 6 volumes.
Author: Camilia Sadik
Linguist Camilia Sadik discovered over 100 spelling rules. Logical learners need spelling rules to know when to spell a sound one-way and not the other, as in the final sound in fashion, ocean, suspicion, complexion, superstition, expression, and musician. Those with spelling difficulties are not learning disabled; they can learn but their learning style is a logical learning style. Logical learners have been learning the spelling of hundreds of words at a time from 100 Spelling Rules. Visit SpellingRules.com to learn Now the spelling of 240 words instantly! 100 Spelling Rules is a book to teach 12,000 long words to older children in the 4th grade and up, adults, and ESL students. It can be used by teachers or as a self-help book. Dyslexic persons are logical learners and can now learn to spell logically. Dyslexia in spelling and in writing letters in reverse ends, after learning to spell and after slowing down to write words slowly. Each of the 105 spelling lessons in 100 Spelling Rules begins with a spelling rule, followed by a list of nearly all the words that follow that rule, and students are asked to read aloud slowly to memorize the spelling of hundreds of words at a time. The author, Linguist Camilia Sadik spent 15 years intensely dissecting English, discovering over 100 spelling rules, applying the spelling rules in 600 phonics-based spelling lessons, class-testing her discoveries, and preparing 10 breakthrough phonics-based spelling books. The 30 unique learning features in Sadik's books make learning to spell inescapable. Sadik's books are cumulative. To benefit from this book, those who missed learning phonics need to start with the books Read Instantly and Learn to Spell 500 Words a Day, which is in 6 volumes. For sample lessons and much more, visit SpellingRules.com
This new edition of the Letterland Teacher’s Guide encompasses the fun of learning with Letterland friends, whilst ensuring that the core criteria of an effective, systematic, phonics programme are fully met.
Every child needs to learn to read, write and spell. With Letterland it is simply an enjoyable journey of discovery. This new edition of the Letterland Teacher’s Guide encompasses the fun of learning with Letterland friends, whilst ensuring that the core criteria of an effective, systematic, phonics programme are fully met.
more and more phonemes with letters until they are using letters to map all of the sounds in a word . ... As children have more experiences with print through reading , they begin to see differences in their way of spelling and conventional spelling . ... The description of these stages suggests that children learn spelling through discovery ; however , most children will not learn to spell by discovery
Author: Patricia L. McAnally
Publisher: Pro Ed
This book was written specifically for professors and college students in teacher training programs for deaf education and for classroom teachers working with deaf and hard-of-hearing learners. It is one of the very few books on the market that focuses entirely on the hearing-impaired. It consists of three sections, each one providing in-depth information on topics critical to the teaching of reading to this specific population. * Section one: "Foundations" - contains chapters dealing with theory and research in such topics as: cognition, reading, language, literary development, vocabulary and comprehension. One chapter on ASL, English, and Reading looks at the research in the area of second-language learners and discusses its application to deaf and hard-of-hearing students. * Section two: "Instructional Management" - deals with instructional management and describes instructional systems and designs. These chapters look at current trends in education and how these trends apply to the education of students who are deaf and hard of hearing. * Section three: "Applications" - focuses on specific instructional models in reading, writing, and spelling, detailing strategies that have been successfully used with deaf and hard-of-hearing learners. The last chapter in this section discusses assessment, giving information, and examples of both formal and authentic procedures.
The guide helps link readings from Spelling K-8 with different segments from the videotapes.
Author: Diane Snowball
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers
Each videotape includes footage of classroom teachers demonstrating how they teach spelling, with commentary by Diane Snowball and the teachers on important issues; each video focuses on a different aspect of spelling. The guide helps link readings from Spelling K-8 with different segments from the videotapes.
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Author: Stephen Truch
Publisher: Pro Ed
A Guide to Interpretation and Educational Intervention This book is for practicing school psychologists, clinical and counseling psychologists, and anyone else who uses the new Wechsler Intelligence Scale Fourth Edition (WISC-IV). The WISC-IV has been extensively revised; and because of that, some of its educational implications need to be revisited. This book helps examiners generate hypotheses about individual children's learning patterns. It draws heavily on the author's extensive experience with administering and interpreting the WISC-R, WISC-III, and WISC-IV. The WISC-IV Companion promises to become the number one desk reference interpreting this test. Extensively illustrated with face sheets from the WISC-IV, The WISC-IV Companion provides many examples of educational approaches and strategies that can be used in counseling and classroom settings, plus plenty of resources for further reading. It also arms readers with a comprehensive, eclectic understanding of the WISC-IV. Readers can quickly sift through and make sense of what the WISC-IV has to offer regarding a student's educational and intervention needs.