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Overview

Word Identification Strategies: Building Phonics into a Classroom Reading Program, Fifth Edition,gives pre- and in-service teachers essential information for planning and implementing effective word identification in elementary classroom reading programs–plus the tools to carry it out.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

Colleen Lelli, Cabrini College: “I chose this text for the in-depth phonics strategies and word identification strategies that are discussed in this book. Generally my students find this book to be an easy read and like the book a lot.”

Carianne Bernadowski, Robert Morris University: “A major strength of this text is its accessibility for students through the explicit explanation of strategies. Students particularly like the visuals provided with each strategy.”

Anitra E. Butler, Prince George’s Community College: “This text does an excellent job providing in-service teachers with strategies for literacy instruction. I value the anticipation guides in the beginning of each chapter in order to set the purpose for reading. I also appreciate the informational aides that the text provides as well as the graphic and organizational aides.”

Dr. Laura C. S. Jones, Nazareth College: “Fox’s text helps my students to develop a more principled understanding of how readers and spellers acquire the word identification strategies they need to be efficient, automatic decoders and encoders.”

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132611282
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 2/15/2011
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 340,028
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Barbara J. Fox is a Professor of Reading at North Carolina State University. Her experience with young readers comes from teaching in the elementary school and in her university teaching, which combines her talent for helping improve children’s reading ability and educating reading professionals. In her spare time she is an avid reader and enjoys her family and three dogs.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1

Word Identification in Your Classroom Reading Program 1

Why Do We Teach Phonics?

Essential Elements of Phonics in Your Successful Classroom Reading Program

Teach Phonics Directly

Teach Phonics Systematically

Teach Phonics Early

Keep Phonics Instruction Meaningful

Support Children as They Use Phonics While Reading and Writing

Keeping Phonics in Balance in Your Classroom Reading Program

When Should You Teach Phonics?

How Will You Teach Phonics?

How Much Time Should You Spend Teaching Phonics?

Under What Circumstances Should You Teach Phonics?

How Children Read Words

Analogy

Letter-Sound Decoding

Analyzing the Structure of Long Words

Prediction

Instant Recognition

Metacognitive Awareness

Keeping Word Identification Meaning-Focused Through Teaching Children to Self-Monitor, Self-Correct, and Cross-Check

Self-Monitoring

Self-Correcting

Cross-Checking

Stages of Learning to Read Words

Prealphabetic Word Learners in Preschool and Kindergarten

Partial Alphabetic Word Learners in Kindergarten and Early First Grade

Alphabetic Word Learners in Late Kindergarten Through Second Grade

Consolidated Word Learners in Third Grade and Above

Automatic Readers

References

Chapter 2

Phonemic Awareness: Becoming Aware of the Sounds of Language

What Is Phonemic Awareness?

What Is Phonological Awareness?

Phonemic Is Important for Learning to Read

Phonemic Awareness Develops Sequentially

Word Awareness in Preschool

Syllable Awareness in Preschool and Early Kindergarten

Rhyme and Beginning Sound Awareness in Preschool and Kindergarten

Sound Awareness and Blending in Kindergarten through Second Grade

Manipulating Sounds in First and Second Grade

Rhyme and Beginning Sound Awareness

Classroom Activities for Developing Rhyme and Beginning Sound Awareness

Spare Minute Activities for Developing Rhyme Awareness

Phonemic Awareness

Best Practices for Developing Phonemic Awareness

Classroom Activities for Developing Phonemic Awareness

Sound Awareness

Blending

Spare Minute Activities for Developing Phonemic Awareness 58

Phonemic Awareness Assessment Tools

Informal Assessment Tools

Formal, Norm-Referenced Assessment Tools

Teaching Phonemic Awareness in Your Classroom Reading Program

Kindergarten

First Grade

Second Grade

Teaching Phonemic Awareness to English Language Learners

Teaching Phonemic Awareness to Children At Risk

E-Resources for Teaching Phonemic Awareness

References

Chapter 3

Early Word Identification in Preschool and Early Kindergarten: The Strategies of Using Logos, Pictures, Word Shape, and Partial Letter-Sound Associations to Read New Words

Environmental Cues: Associating Meaning with the Print in Everyday Surroundings in Preschool 68

Picture Cues: The Inferring Meaning from Illustrations in Preschool and Early Kindergarten

Configuration Cues: Using Word Length, Word Shape, or Eye-Catching Letters to Read New Words in Preschool and Early Kindergarten

Word Shape

Word Length

Letter Shape

Prealphabetic Word Learners and Emergent Spellers in Preschool and Early Kindergarten

Partial Alphabetic Word Learners and Early Letter Name-Alphabetic Spellers in Kindergarten and Early First Grade

Best Practices for Teaching Partial Alphabetic Word Learners

Teaching Letter Names and a Sound for Each Letter to English Language Learners

Teaching Letter Names and a Sound for Each Letter to Children At Risk

E-Resources for Teaching Letter Names and a Sound for Each Letter

References

Chapter 4

Analogy-Based Phonics in Late Kindergarten and First Grade: The Strategy of Using the Predictable Patterns in Known Words to Read New Words 83

Looking Inside Syllables to Find Onsets and Rimes

Teaching Analogy-Based Phonics with Word Famililes

How Children Use the Onsets and Rimes in Known Word Family Words to Read New Words

Early Alphabetic Word Learners and Late Letter Name-Alphabetic Spellers

How Rimes Make It Possible for Early Alphabetic Word Learners to Read New Words

Best Practices for Teaching Analogy-Based Phonics with Word Family Words

Classroom Activities for Teaching Analogy-Based Phonics with Word Family Words

Spare Minute Activities for Teaching Analogy-Based Phonics with Word Family Words

Teaching Analogy-Based Phonics with Word Family Words to English Language Learners

Teaching Analogy-Based Phonics with Word Family Words to Children At Risk

E-Resources for Teaching Analogy-Based Phonics with Word Family Words

References

Chapter 5

Letter-Sound Phonics in Late Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade: The Strategy of Using Letter-Sounds to Read and Learn New Words

Phonics Letter-Sound Patterns

Which Letter-Sound Patterns to Teach and When to Teach Them

Teaching Letter-Sound Phonics in Your Classroom Reading Program

Kindergarten

First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth and Fifth Grades

How Children Use Letter-Sound Phonics to Read New Words

Correcting Misidentifications

Minor Mistakes

Best Practices for Teaching Letter-Sound-Based Phonics

Do Phonics Rules Belong in Your Classroom Reading Program?

Full Alphabetic Word Learners and Within Word Pattern Spellers

Decodable Books and Your Classroom Reading Program

Classroom Activities for Teaching Letter-Sound-Based Phonics

Spare-Minute Activities for Teaching Letter-Sound Phonics

Teaching Letter-Sound Phonics to English Language Learners

Teaching Letter-Sound Phonics to Children At Risk

E-Resources for Teaching Letter-Sound Phonics

References

Chapter 6

Analyzing the Strucgtue of Long Words in Third Grade and Above: The Strategy of Using Multiletter Word Parts to Read and Learn Long Words

The Structure of Long Words

Free and Bound Morphemes

Teaching Word Structure in Your Classroom Reading Program

First and Second Grades

Third, Fourth, and Fifth Grades

How Children Read New Words by Analyzing Word Structure

Correcting Misidentifications

Consolidated Word Learners and Syllalbles and Affixes Spellers

Prefixes

Suffixes

Base Words

Best Practices for Teaching Prefixes and Suffixes

Greek and Latin Word Parts

Compound Words

Contractions

Syllables

Syllable Patterns

Clues to Syllable Division

Accent Patterns

Best Practices for Teaching Syllable Patterns and Accent

Classroom Activities for Teaching the Structure of Long Words

Spare-Minute Activities for Teaching the Structure of Long Words

Teaching Word Structure to English Language Learners

Teaching Word Structure to Children At Risk

E-Resources for Teaching Word Structure

References


Appendix A

Letter-Sound Patterns: What the Phonics Teacher Needs to Know About How Letters Represent Sounds

Key Vocabulary

Index

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