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Spelling Mastery

Author : Robert Dixon
ISBN : 0076044858
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Spelling Mastery, Student Workbooks, Level F Replacing the old assign-and-test spelling book, Spelling Mastery is an effective, research-based program presents spelling strategies, patterns, and reliable rules. Benefits: Spelling Mastery interweaves three spelling strategies according to students' skill development. The phonemic approach helps beginning spellers learn and apply relationships between spoken sound and written letters to spelling. The morphemic approach shows advanced spellers how to spell prefixes, bases, suffixes and how to combine them to spell multisyllabic words. The intensive whole-word approach teaches students at all levels common words that cannot be taught with phonemic or morphemic strategies. Reliable spelling rules help students move beyond memorization to understand how words are spelled.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Spelling Mastery 2007

Author : Robert Dixon
ISBN : 007604484X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 81.10 MB
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Using Spelling Mastery, teachers can efficiently and effectively deliver straightforward lessons that help their students learn dependable spelling skills. Students are taught in small steps, using sufficient practice, so that they comprehend how spelling works and can become proficient writers. In just 15-20 minutes a day, you can teach your students the strategies they need to become successful, lifelong spellers.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Spelling Mastery 2007

Author : Robert Dixon
ISBN : 007604484X
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Using Spelling Mastery, teachers can efficiently and effectively deliver straightforward lessons that help their students learn dependable spelling skills. Students are taught in small steps, using sufficient practice, so that they comprehend how spelling works and can become proficient writers. In just 15-20 minutes a day, you can teach your students the strategies they need to become successful, lifelong spellers.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Mant N Las Luces Encendidas Abbie Keep The Lights Burning Abbie

Author : Connie Roop
ISBN : 9780822563198
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In the winter of 1856, a storm delays the lighthouse keeper's return to an island off the coast of Maine, and his daughter Abbie must keep the lights burning by herself.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Spelling Mastery

Author : Robert C. Dixon
ISBN : 0026876272
Genre : English language
File Size : 65.15 MB
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A six-level spelling series designed primarily for students in grades 1-6.
Category: English language

Instructional Materials Approved For Legal Compliance 1987 88

Author : California. State Department of Education
ISBN : UCLA:L0055008486
Genre : Educational publishing
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The instructional materials listed in this document were reviewed by a California Legal Compliance Committee using the social content requirements of the Educational Code concerning the depiction of males and females, ethnic groups, older persons, disabled persons, and others to ensure that the materials were responsive to social concerns. Included for all materials are publisher, title, International Standard Book Number, copyright date, grade level, and Legal Compliance Committee termination date. The materials are divided into the following subject areas: (1) reading; (2) literature; (3) spelling and handwriting; (4) dictionaries; (5) English; (6) science; (7) health; (8) art and music; (9) mathematics; (10) social sciences; (11) foreign languages; (12) English as a foreign language; (13) kindergarten; (14) computer software; (15) miscellaneous; and (16) bilingual/bicultural materials. (PCB)
Category: Educational publishing

Phonics Rhythms Rhymes Level D

Author : Rasool D. Malik, Ed. D.
ISBN : 9781418471644
Genre : Education
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This edition of Phonics, Rhythms, and Rhymes builds upon many favorable comments we have received from classroom teachers, parents, administrators, and students studying in undergraduate and graduate programs. Some non-readers need just a little extra assistance in learning to read; and other students are struggling with reading and need more intensive help from classroom teachers and specialists. This research-based book is an ideal teaching resource for the emergent reader. Contained in this particular edition are activities developed to teach skills that combined student’s and teacher’s manuals from Levels B and C in the Phonics, Rhythms, and Rhymes Reading Program. This approximate 250 page book is the combined two books which would, in regular print size, constitute a total of 800 pages. Each of the four books are available separately. The teacher’s editions are available in regular-print size and sold separately in most book stores. Information and prices are presented on the website www.PhonicsRhythmsRhymes.com. The Phonics, Rhythms, and Rhymes Reading Program is comprised of a separate book for students and teachers on the following grade levels: Level K Kindergarten, Level A 1st Grade, Level B 2nd Grade, Level C 3rd Grade, Level D 4th Grade, and Level I Intervention. In the back of this book you will find that the teacher’s edition provides an answer key which makes it possible to understand and to teach reading using a phonological awareness approach. This section is also filled with the best contemporary methods and strategies necessary for teaching Reading successfully. It begins by establishing an understanding of the elemental principles of phonemic awareness. It then explores other letter-to-sound concepts necessary for Phonics. This book continues by etching a lasting memory of the vowel sounds and blending them to consonants. Blending is riming in this program and it is easy for the teacher to lead in and the students to follow. Phonics, Rhythms, & Rhymes is an engaging medium for explicit instruction about specific spelling-sound correspondence and the alphabetic principle in general. Rhyming (riming, blending) provides opportunities for self-assessment and correction, as construction of sound in each new word is compared with the sounds of words that students know. It supports students who are struggling to recognize letters automatically by reinforcing letters and sounds already learned. The research based program activities accentuate beginning and ending sounds which is vital in speaking, spelling, and writing Standard English words. Meanwhile, the physical manipulation of letters on pages accommodate students who might otherwise have difficulty sustaining their attention in whole-group instruction. While literacy in K, 1st, and 2nd grade is based on skill mastery of blending consonants to vowels, digraphs, diphthongs, and finals; literacy in the 3rd grade is based on skill mastery of blending consonant blends to vowels, digraphs, diphthongs, and endings; and literacy in the 4th grade and Intervention engenders all of the skills. Our research-based program has developed this opportunity to make dreams come true for students, teachers, and parents.
Category: Education

Dyslexia In Adolescence

Author : Peggy L. Anderson
ISBN : 9781317242017
Genre : Education
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Dyslexia in Adolescence: Global Perspectives presents international case studies on the psychosocial development and academic progress of adolescents with dyslexia to enhance understanding of adjustment factors, outcomes and support. The continuation of a qualitative longitudinal research project that focused on children between ten and twelve years of age, this volume revisits them between ages fourteen and sixteen. Through semi-structured interviews, personal narratives, and other assessments, these case studies relate the trials and tribulations associated with the development of adolescents with dyslexia from around the world and the challenges that parents face in supporting their children.
Category: Education