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Words Their Way Presentation

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Words Their Way Analyzing the Data What is Words Their Way How to Implement November 18, 2011 Implementation Protocol Start with what is managable

Consider how it can become a routine or a center.

Sample Weekly Schedule: Words Their Way is a developmental spelling, phonics, and vocabulary program. It was developed by Invernizzi, Johnston, Bear, and Templeton. Words Their Way is an open-ended individual process. An assessment is given to determine where to begin instruction. Based on assessment results students are given words to study in order to discover the common attributes. In this manner students are actively constructing their own knowledge of spelling patterns. Students learn features by completing activities such as word sorting, word hunts, games and drawing and labeling. Students work individually, with partners, and in small groups to encourage cooperative learning and individual responsibility. Why Words Their Way? MAP Data on Word Analysis Spelling vs. Word Study Studies show that word study compared to traditional spelling instruction, led to noticeable differences over time in students’ orthographic knowledge and transfer of that knowledge to untaught words in both high- and low-frequency conditions. Picture/Word Sort Rhyme Game Game Materials 5th Edition Book Teacher Resource Book What is the purpose of Word Study? First, students develop a general knowledge of English spelling. Through active exploration, word study teaches students to examine words to discover generalizations about English spelling. They learn regularities, patterns, and conventions of orthography needs to read and spell.

Second, word study increases specific knowledge of words-the spellings and meanings of individual words. Developmental Word Study Alphabet: represents the relationship betwen letters and sounds.
Patterns: guides the groupings of letters.
Meaning: groups of letters can represent meaning: morphemes Developmental Spelling Stages Emergent Stage
Pre-K to middle of 1 Letter Name-Alphabetic
K to middle of 2 Within Word Pattern
Grade 1 to middle of 4 Syllables and Affixes
Grade 3 to 8 Derivational Relations
Grade 5 to 12 Objectives have a better understand of word study and orthography
identify ways to implement in your schedule
assess your students current instructional level
make an instructional plan for word study Chapter 1 & 2: Why and How
Chapter 3: What
Chapter 4-8: Stages Jigsaw
We will break up parts of Chapter 1 and 3 into sections:
Stages: p. 11-15
Types of Sorts:p. 57-59
Extension and Follow Up Routines: p. 64-68
Please be prepared to share out with the group the three most important concepts from your reading. Exit Slip Words Their Way in Action Oddballs Words that are at odds with the consistencies within each category will inevitably turn up. For example, the word work would be an oddball with other r influenced words like fork, corn, and sport. They are often high frequency words. iPad App for Word Study Appendixes A: Assessment Resources
B: Sound Boards
C: Picture Sorts
D: Sorts by Stages
E: Word Lists (create your own) Website ntateacher
ntaeagles1 Classroom Organization Chart Agenda
Introduction to Word Study
Rationale for Words Their Way
Examples of Implementation
Jigsaw
Introduction to Resources
Implementation Protocol
Exit Slip PreAssessment https://sites.google.com/site/msorozcosclass/
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