Making Words Fifth Grade: 50 Hands-On Lessons for Teaching Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots / Edition 1

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Overview

Patricia M. Cunningham - Dorothy P. Hall

Making Words Fifth Grade: 50 Hands-On Lessons for Teaching Prefixes, Suffixes, and Roots, 1/e

Based on the best-selling book Phonics They Use: Words for Reading and Writing, this new grade level series offers a fresh pairing of lessons and activities for kindergarten through fifth grade. In Making Words Fifth Grade, Pat and Dottie introduce teachers to 50 Making Words lessons that cover key literacy skills included in most fifth-grade curricula. Each Making Words activity leads students through a systematic process for learning prefixes, suffixes, and roots and how these word parts go together to form related words. All lessons include practice on manipulating letters into complex letter combinations and sorting words according to the patterns. All lessons conclude with a transfer step which helps students transfer what they have learned to reading and spelling new words.

“[This book] definitely fills a need in the area of word study for upper grade students. It also provides teachers of all experience levels the word study information they need to feel comfortable guiding their students in the area of word study.” –Jane Harriger, Buchanan Elementary, Grand Rapids, Michigan

“This text will be a key in reaching students with word study strategies. The scope and sequence of the lessons ensure that students truly understand these word parts and can put them into use on their own. I am so glad this resource is now available for grade five!” –Melissa Rareshide, Pinebrook Elementary School, Mocksville, North Carolina

Patricia M. Cunningham is the co-author of Phonics They Use, Beyond Retelling, Classrooms That Work, and Schools That Work, all published by Allyn & Bacon, and a professor of education at Wake Forest University. She has over 30 years of experience in various elementary grades and with remedial reading, and has served as a curriculum coordinator and director of reading. Pat promotes literacy for all children through her Four Blocks® workshops and staff development sessions with educators.

Dorothy P. Hall is the co-developer of the Four Blocks® framework and the director of the Four Blocks® Center at Wake Forest University. A former elementary teacher and education professor, she also presents workshops around the country on Four Blocks®, Building Blocks, guided reading strategies, and phonics instruction.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205581023
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 4/18/2008
  • Series: Making Words Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 120
  • Sales rank: 308,526
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.60 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Patricia M. Cunningham

The day I entered first grade, I decided I wanted to teach first grade. In 1965, I graduated from the University of Rhode Island and began my teaching career teaching first grade in Key West, Florida. For the next several years, I taught a variety of grades and worked as a curriculum coordinator and special reading teacher in Florida and Indiana.

From the very beginning, I worried about children who struggled learning to read and devised a variety of alternative strategies to teach them to read. In 1974, I received my Ph. D. in Reading Education from the University of Georgia. I developed the Making Words activity while working with Title One teachers in North Carolina where I was the Director of Reading for Alamance County Schools. I have been the Director of Elementary Education at Wake Forest University in Winston Salem, North Carolina since 1980 and have worked with numerous teachers to develop hands-on engaging ways to teach phonics and spelling. In 1991, I published Phonics they Use: Words for Reading and Writing, which is currently available in its fourth edition. Along with Richard Allington, I published Classrooms that Work and Schools that Work.

Dottie Hall and I have worked together on many projects. In 1989, we began developing the Four Blocks Framework, a comprehensive approach to literacy which is used in many schools in the United States and Canada. Dottie Hall and I have worked together to produce many books, including the first Making Words books and the Month by Month Phonics Books. These Making Words by Grade Level books are in response to requests by teachers across the years to have making words lessons with a scope and sequence tailored to their grade level. We hope you and your students will enjoy these making words lessons and we would love to hear your comments and suggestions.

Dorothy P. Hall

I always wanted to teach young children too! After graduating from Worcester State College in Massachusetts I taught first and second grade. After two years, I moved to North Carolina where I continued teaching in the primary grades. Many children I worked with struggled to learn to read in the newly integrated schools. I wanted to learn more and received my M ED and Ed D in Reading from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

I also worked at Wake Forest University where I met and began to work with Pat Cunningham. After three years teaching at the college level I returned to the public schools and taught third and fourth grade as well being a reading and curriculum coordinator for my school district. At this time Pat Cunningham and I began to collaborate on a number of projects. In 1989, we developed the Four Blocks Framework, a comprehensive approach to literacy in grades one, two, and three which we later expanded to kindergarten, calling it Building Blocks, and the upper grades, calling it Big Blocks. By 1999 Pat and I had written four Making Words books, a series of Month by Month Phonics Books, and The Teacher’s Guided to Four Blocks and I retired from the school system to devote more time to consulting and writing. I also went back to work at Wake Forest University where I taught courses in Reading, Children’s Literature, and Language Arts Instruction for elementary education students. I am now Director of the Four Blocks Center at Wake Forest University and enjoy working with teachers and administrators around the country presenting workshops on Four Blocks, Building Blocks, Guided Reading Strategies, and Phonics Instruction. I have also written several books with teachers. One request Pat and I have had for a number of years is to revise the Making Words by grade level and include a scope and sequence for the phonics instruction taught. Here it is—Enjoy!

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Lesson 1 l watermelons 9

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more and most

re, meaning back or again

Lesson 2 l grandchildren 10

Lesson Focus: er, meaning person or thing that does something

Lesson 3 l cheerleaders 12

Lesson Focus: er, meaning person or thing that does something

re, meaning back or again

Lesson 4 l earthquakes 14

Lesson Focus: er, meaning person or thing that does something

re, meaning back or again

Lesson 5 l fingerprints 16

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more and most

er, meaning person or thing that does something

re, meaning back or again

Lesson 6 l quarterbacks 18

Lesson Focus: er, meaning person or thing that does something

Lesson 7 l searchlight 20

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more and most

ist, meaning person

Lesson 8 l planetarium 22

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

im, meaning in

re, meaning back or again

er, meaning person or thing that does something

Lesson 9 l unfriendly 24

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

re, meaning back or again

ly, changing part of speech

y, changing part of speech

Lesson 10 l unfriendliest 26

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

under, meaning under or less

re, meaning back or again

er, meaning person or thing that does something

Lesson 11 l unfriendliness 28

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

under, meaning under or less

re, meaning back or again

less, meaning less or without

ness, changing part of speech

Lesson 12 l personality 30

Lesson Focus: er/ist, meaning person or thing that does something

re, meaning back or again

ly, changing part of speech

Lesson 13 l carelessly 32

Lesson Focus: less, meaning less or without

ly, changing part of speech

y, changing part of speech

re, meaning back or again

Lesson 14 l meaningless 34

Lesson Focus: less, meaning less or without

ness, changing part of speech

Lesson 15 l mercilessly 36

Lesson Focus: er, meaning person or thing that does something

re, meaning back or again

less, meaning less or without

ly, changing part of speech

y, changing part of speech

Lesson 16 l gracefully 38

Lesson Focus: ful, meaning full or with

re, meaning back or again

ly, changing part of speech

y, changing part of speech

Lesson 17 l unfortunately 39

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

en, changing part of speech

ly, changing part of speech

Lesson 18 l unworkable 40

Lesson Focus: able, meaning able to

un, meaning not or opposite

er, meaning person or thing that does something

en, changing part of speech

Lesson 19 l unbreakable 41

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

en, meaning to make

able, meaning able to

er, meaning person or thing that does something

Lesson 20 l undesirable 42

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

dis, meaning not or opposite

en, meaning to make

re, meaning back or again

able, meaning able to

er, meaning person or thing that does

Lesson 21 l questionable 44

Lesson Focus: un, meaning opposite

en, meaning to make

able, meaning able to

tion, changing part of speech

Lesson 22 l unpredictable 46

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

re, meaning back or again

in, meaning not or opposite

able, meaning able to

Lesson 23 l uncomfortable 48

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

re, meaning back or again

ful, meaning full or with

able, meaning able to

Lesson 24 l undependable 49

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

able, meaning able to

re, meaning back or again

en, meaning to make

Lesson 25 l disagreeable 50

Lesson Focus: dis, meaning opposite

er, meaning person or thing that does something

re, meaning back or again

able, meaning able to

Lesson 26 l disagreement 52

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more and most

dis, meaning opposite

ee, meaning person

ment, changing part of speech

Lesson 27 l reinforcements 54

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more and most

re, meaning back or again

er, meaning person or thing that does something

ment, changing part of speech

Lesson 28 l imperfectly 55

Lesson Focus: ly, changing part of speech

y, changing part of speech

re, meaning back or again

im, meaning not or opposite

Lesson 29 l irresponsible 56

Lesson Focus: less, meaning less or without

re, meaning back or again

er, meaning person or thing that does something

ir, meaning opposite

ible, meaning able to

Lesson 30 l misunderstand 58

Lesson Focus: dis, meaning not or opposite

in, meaning not or opposite

un, meaning not or opposite

mis, meaning wrong or badly

er/est, meaning more/most

Lesson 31 l misunderstood 59

Lesson Focus: dis, meaning not or opposite

mis, meaning wrong or badly

en, changing part of speech

Lesson 32 l interactively 60

Lesson Focus: inter, meaning between

in, meaning not or opposite

ee, meaning person

ly, changing part of speech

Lesson 33 l interactions 62

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more and most

re, meaning back or again

inter, meaning between

in, meaning not or opposite

er/or/ist, meaning person or thing that does something

tion, changing part of speech

Lesson 34 l international 63

Lesson Focus: inter, meaning between

in, meaning not or opposite

al, changing part of speech

tion, changing part of speech

Lesson 35 l mysteriously 64

Lesson Focus: mis, meaning wrong or badly

y, changing part of speech

ly, changing part of speech

ous, changing part of speech

Lesson 36 l dangerously 65

Lesson Focus: un, meaning not or opposite

re, meaning back or again

ly, changing part of speech

ous, changing part of speech

Lesson 37 l independently 66

Lesson Focus: in, meaning not or opposite (independent)

in, meaning in (indent)

en, meaning to make

y, changing part of speech

ly, changing part of speech

Lesson 38 l dependability 68

Lesson Focus: in, meaning not or opposite

en, changing part of speech

y, changing part of speech

ly, changing part of speech

Lesson 39 l encouragement 69

Lesson Focus: er/or, meaning person

re, meaning back or again

en, meaning to make

ment, changing part of speech

Lesson 40 l arrangements 70

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more/most

re, meaning back or again

er, meaning person

ment, changing part of speech

Lesson 41 l replacements 72

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more/most

re, meaning back or again

er, meaning person

al, changing part of speech

ment, changing part of speech

Lesson 42 l underweight 74

Lesson Focus: under, meaning under or less

re, meaning back or again

er, meaning person or thing that does something

er, meaning more

Lesson 43 l underestimate 76

Lesson Focus: under, meaning under or less

re, meaning back or again

ee, meaning person

mis, meaning wrong or badly

en, meaning to make

Lesson 44 l overestimate 78

Lesson Focus: over, meaning over or more

er, meaning person or thing that does something

Lesson 45 l performances 79

Lesson Focus: en, meaning to make

er, meaning person or thing that does something

ance, changing part of speech

Lesson 46 l resistance 80

Lesson Focus: er/est, meaning more/most

re, meaning back or again

en, meaning to make

er/ee, meaning person

ance, changing part of speech

Lesson 47 l disappearance 81

Lesson Focus: dis, meaning not or opposite

pre, meaning before

en, meaning to make

er, meaning person or thing that does something

ance, changing part of speech

Lesson 48 l predictions/description 82

Lesson Focus: er/or, meaning person

er/est, meaning more/most

tion, changing part of speech

Lesson 49 l reproduction 84

Lesson Focus: er/or, meaning person

un, meaning not or opposite

re, meaning back or again

tion, changing part of speech

Lesson 50 l contradictions 86

Lesson Focus: or/ist, meaning person

tion, changing part of speech

l Reproducible Letter Strips 87

l Reproducible Take-Home Sheet 107

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