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Ch 4: Late Stages Literacy Word Recognition & Spelling

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This chapter zeroes in on word recognition and spelling as it applies to late stages of literacy. It provides tools for teachers and prepares instructors to apply relevant knowledge of related linguistic concepts.

Late Stages Literacy Word Recognition & Spelling - Chapter Summary

This chapter looks at word recognition and spelling from the angle of late stages literacy. It breaks down the components of related linguistic terms and elements while examining methods of their instruction. Topics covered include:

  • Complex phonics and spelling
  • Syllables
  • Literacy strategies for instructors
  • Differentiated learning and testing

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4 Lessons in Chapter 4: Late Stages Literacy Word Recognition & Spelling
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Complex Phonics & Spelling: Patterns, Elements & Guidelines

1. Complex Phonics & Spelling: Patterns, Elements & Guidelines

In this lesson, we will learn about some complex phonics and spelling patterns in English orthography that affect how students learn to decode and spell words.

Syllables: Patterns, Guidelines & Structural Analysis

2. Syllables: Patterns, Guidelines & Structural Analysis

In this lesson, we will discuss the different syllable patterns and syllabication guidelines needed for improved reading skills. We will take the syllable lesson further to discuss structural analysis of words to promote accurate, automatic decoding and spelling of multisyllable words.

Literacy Strategies for Teachers

3. Literacy Strategies for Teachers

The best way for children to grow as readers is for them to constantly practice and engage in reading. Reading research tells us that thinking about what your brain is doing when reading, or being metacognitive, helps one to progress in regard to comprehension. Children need to know what and why they're reading. Implementing specific literacy strategies will help them accomplish this.

Late Stages Literacy Word Recognition & Spelling: Differentiated Learning & Assessment

4. Late Stages Literacy Word Recognition & Spelling: Differentiated Learning & Assessment

In this lesson, we will discuss methods for assessing student development in decoding and spelling at later stages of reading development. Further, we will examine how the results of these assessments may be used to plan effective instruction.

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