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Title: What is Word Study?


1
What is Word Study?
  • Jane Bean-Folkes
  • February, 2014

2
  • Phonics Spelling Vocabulary Instruction
  • Word Study

3
Why do we teach Word Study?
  • Word study is the study of phonics, vocabulary,
    and spelling instruction.
  • Words study is the integration of phonics,
    spelling, and vocabulary instruction.
  • Word study teaches students how to look closely
    at words to discover regularities and conventions
    of English orthography or spelling.

4
Word Study and the CCSS
  • Foundational SkillsFoundational skills must
    follow a developmental sequence. Students must
    "know and apply grade-level phonics and word
    analysis skills in decoding words." There is a
    call for explicit instruction.
  • VocabularyVocabulary demands are greater today,
    as students must read more complex literary and
    informational texts.
  • MorphologyThe study of morphology involves deep
    and generative study of words and their meanings.
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Purpose of Word Study
  • First, students develop a general knowledge of
    English spelling. They also discover
    generalizations about spelling, instead of just
    spelling rules. Sound,
  • Second, word study increase students specific
    knowledge of words sound, spelling meaning of
    words .
  • Words Their Way

6
Why Word Study?
  • Literacy is like a braid of interwoven threads
  • Reading
  • Oral Language
  • Writing
  • Orthography
  • Words Their Way demonstrates how exploration of
    orthographic knowledge can lead to the
    lengthening and strengthening of the literacy
    braid.
  • See WTW, page 2

7
Synchrony of Literacy Learning
  • Layers of the English Orthography
  • Alphabet
    Pattern Meaning
  • Reading and Writing Stages
  • Emergent
  • Beginning

  • Transitional


  • Intermediate


  • Advanced
  • Spelling Stages
  • Emergent
  • Letter-Name

  • Within-Word

  • Syllable
    Affixes


  • Derivational

8
  • Spelling-Word Study
  • Orthography
  • Encoding Decoding
  • Literacy
  • J. Brownell, 2011

9
What should students know?
  • Spelling Stage 1 - Emergent (2) Preschool-K
  • Spelling Stage 2 - Letter-Name Alphabetic (5)
    1st to 2nd grade
  • Spelling Stage 3 - Within-Word (4)
    2nd to 3rd grade
  • Spelling Stage 4 - Syllable Affix (3) Late
    3rd grade to 5th Grade
  • Spelling Stage 5 - Derivational Relations (3)
    5th Grade and up (See Handout)

10
End of Year Spelling Goals Per Grade Level
  • K Middle Letter Name
  • 1 Early Within Word
  • 2 Late Within Word
  • 3 Early Syllable and Affixes
  • 4 Middle Syllable and Affixes
  • 5 Late Syllable and Affixes
  • 6 Derivational Relations

11
  • Assessment
  • What students
  • can do and do know
  • Students need to be able to explain the pattern
    of the words studied deeper knowledge and
    generalization of words
  • Cumulative assessments
  • use but confuse
  • Day-to-day writing students use knowledge of
    words

12
  • Gates (1919) wrote students should not write
    words 10 times each.
  • Learners need frequent, deep and rich experiences
    with words and vocabulary.

13
Strategies to Help
  • Sight Words
  • Sound
  • Picture sorts
  • Word sorts
  • Blind sorts
  • Pattern
  • Word sorts
  • Can use key pictures
  • Meaning
  • Concepts sorts
  • Content area words/pictures
  • Pre-reading/pre-writing/grammar
  • Spelling-meaning sorts
  • Homophones (buy, by)
  • Homographs (record (v), record (n))
  • Greek/Latin elements ( spec spectator, inspect,
    speculate)

14
Word Study Resources
  • Websites
  • Huneycutt.biz/english/wordstudy
  • Literacyconnections.com/wordstudy
  • Readingrockets.org
  • Apps
  • See handout

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