Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, and Word Analysis for Teachers: An Interactive Tutorial / Edition 8

Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, and Word Analysis for Teachers: An Interactive Tutorial / Edition 8

by Donald J. Leu, Charles K. Kinzer, Robert M. Wilson, Mary Ann Hall
     
 

Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, an Word Analysis for Teachers, Ninth Edition, is a self-paced tutorial approach gives pre-service teachers practical information about phonemic awareness, phonics, and word analysis, and provides in-service teachers with a helpful approach to updating their knowledge, preparing for teacher certification, or studying for competency tests

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Overview

Phonics, Phonemic Awareness, an Word Analysis for Teachers, Ninth Edition, is a self-paced tutorial approach gives pre-service teachers practical information about phonemic awareness, phonics, and word analysis, and provides in-service teachers with a helpful approach to updating their knowledge, preparing for teacher certification, or studying for competency tests.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780131715875
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
12/12/2005
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
8.36(w) x 10.87(h) x 0.31(d)

Table of Contents

Contents

Preface

1. Recognizing Words: Helping Children Develop Word Analysis Strategies

Phonological Awareness

Phonemic Awareness

Phonics

Context Use

Sight Word Knowledge

Morphemic Analysis

Chunking Words

Dictionary Skills

Developmental Spelling Patterns

The Journey Ahead

Practical Resources for Teaching Word Analysis in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter One

Online Reading Resources

2. The Early Stages: Phonological and Phonemic Awareness

Practical Resources for Teaching Phonological and Phonemic Awareness in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Two

Online Reading Resources

3. Phonics: Onset, Rime, and Consonant Patterns

Onset: Initial Consonant Letters

Rime

Table 1 The 37 Most Common Rime Patterns

Consonant Patterns

Practical Resources for Teaching Phonics (Onset, Rime, and Consonant Patterns in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Three

Online Reading Resources

4. Phonics: Vowels

Single Vowels

Vowel Clusters

Vowel Generalizations

Practical Resources for Teaching Phonics (Vowel Patterns) in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Four

Online Reading Resources

5. Context

The Importance and Use of Context

Using Context to Check Word Analysis

Using Context with Other Word Analysis Techniques

Using Context as a Basic Word Analysis Technique to Determine Meaning

Limitations of the Use of Context Clues

Practical Resources for Teaching Context Skills in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Five

Online Reading Resources

6. Sight Words

The Development of Sight Word Knowledge

Figure 1 Dolch list of basic sight words

Practical Resources for Teaching Sight Words in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Six

Online Reading Resources

7. Morphemic Analysis

Understanding Affixes

Practical Resources for Teaching Morphemic Analysis in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Seven

Online Reading Resources

8. Chunking Words into Smaller Units: Syllabication and Structural Analysis

Syllabication

Self-Check for Syllabication

Using Syllabication to Help with Pronunciation

Practical Resources for Teaching Chunking Skills in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Eight

Online Reading Resources

9. Using the Dictionary

Locating Words in a Dictionary

Using a Dictionary to Help Determine Pronunciation

Using a Dictionary to Help Determine Meaning

Practical Resources for Teaching Dictionary Skills in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Nine

Online Reading Resources

10. Developmental Spelling Patterns: Insights into the Development of Word Analysis Skills

Figure 1 The Leu and Kinzer developmental spelling checklist

The Precommunicative Phase

Figure 2 An example of a child’s writing from the precommunicative phase

The Semiphonetic Phase

Figure 3 An example of a child’s writing from the semiphonetic phase

The Phonetic Phase

Figure 4 An example of a child’s writing from the phonetic phase

The Transitional Phase

Figure 5 An example of a child’s writing from the transitional phase

The Standard Phase

Figure 6 An example of a child’s writing from the standard phase

Practical Resources for Understanding Developmental Spelling Patterns in Your Classroom

Self-Check for Chapter Ten

Online Reading Resources

Posttest I

Posttest II

References


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