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The ability to put letters together to decode and derive meaning in words and sentences.
Why Systematic Phonics and Phonemic Awareness Instruction Constitute An Educational Hazard 2Author: Frank Smith - In this article, Frank Smith argues that "systematic" phonics instruction doesn't help and can interfere with learning to read.
Reading Longer Words: Insights Into Multisyllabic Word Reading 2Author: Lindsay Heggie and Lesly Wade-Woolley - Students with persistent reading difficulties are often especially challenged by multisyllabic words; they tend to have neither a systematic approach for reading these words nor the confidence to persevere (Archer, Gleason, & Vachon, 2003; Carlisle & Katz, 2006; Moats, 1998). This challenge is magnified by the fact that the vast majority of English words are multisyllabic and constitute an increasingly large proportion of the words in elementary school texts beginning as early as grade 3 (Hiebert, Martin, & Menon, 2005; Kerns et al., 2016). Multisyllabic words are more difficult to read simply because they are long, posing challenges for working memory capacity. In addition, syllable boundaries, word stress, vowel pronunciation ambiguities, less predictable grapheme-phoneme correspondences, and morphological complexity all contribute to long words' difficulty. Research suggests that explicit instruction in both syllabification and morphological knowledge improve poor readers' multisyllabic word reading accuracy; several examples of instructional programs involving one or both of these elements are provided.
Should Adolescents Go Back to the Basics?: A Review of Teaching Word Reading Skills to Middle and High School Students 2Author: Laurice M. Joseph and Rebecca Schisler - This review investigates the effects of word reading interventions (e.g., phonic analysis, sight word reading, oral reading fluency) on reading achievement outcomes in middle and high school students (grades 6 through 12) with mixed conditions (e.g., learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, emotional/behavioral disabilities).
- Solar System Facts - "Here We Are" 4
- Confirming understanding with "Here We Are" Nouns 4
- A Greyhound, A Groundhog word list 1
- Questions about the Solar System - "Here We Are" 5
- Reading Comprehension- Inferencing 1
- Add an action word: Halloween Edition 1
- Kiki's Holiday Breakfast Discussion and Thought Starters 0
- Spring Multisyllabic Paragraphs 1
- Thanksgiving Sentences with Multisyllabic Words 1
- Following Directions: Valentine's Day - Kiki sends a letter to Robo 1
- Spring Multisyllabic Sentences 1
- Winter Multisyllabic Words in Paragraphs 1
- Kiki's Holiday Breakfast Sentence Strips and Questions 0
- Winter Multisyllabic Words in Phrases 1
- December Holiday Multisyllabic Words in Phrases 1
- Thanksgiving Sentence Strips, Questions, and Thought Starters 1
Visual Schedule Cards
- Childhood language disorders - Childhood Language Disorders include: Preschool Language Disorders, Learning Disabilities (Reading, Spelling, and Writing), and Selective Mutism.
- Receptive Language Disorder - A child with receptive language disorder has difficulties with understanding what is said to them. The symptoms vary between children but, generally, problems with language comprehension begin before the age of three years. Children need to understand spoken language before they can use language to express themselves.
- Tyson will answer simple comprehension questions about short stories read out loud with 80% accuracy given a familiar visual across 5 sessions. 0
Bailey Morgan, M.A., CCC-SLP
Reading Resource. Language Resource. A story about Kiki and Robo making snow. Kiki and Robo want to play outside in the snow, but then realize the snow is too icy and hard. This story pairs with th...Includes activity list
This resource is geared towards readers at the 2nd grade level who are targeting making predictions and expanding vocabulary. The short story is an adapted version of Queen of Tejano Music: Selena ...
This adapted story is geared towards targeting inferencing, story elements, and vocabulary for students who have an interest in space or robots.
Bailey Morgan, MA, CCC-SLP
A story about Kiki who is planning to make breakfast for the holidays. The story focuses on planning, making lists, requesting, problem solving, following a recipe, and more.Includes activity list
Read to Your Child : A Handout For Families With Tips On Reading to Their Child (English and Spanish Handouts) to Improve Literacy and Language
Bilingual Resource, handout for families Read to Your Child : A handout for families with tips on reading to their child (English and Spanish handouts)
19 pages of cupcake activities. Including: 2 bakery create a scene backgrounds, 2 page of create a scene items/bakers, 4 create your own cupcake black/white images, 2 pages of large cupcakes, 2 pag...