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Word Study in the Letter Name-Alphabetic Stage. Words Their Way Chapter 5 RE 3902 N. Vines. Pop Quiz . List at least 5 characteristics of the Letter Name-Alphabetic stage…. Vocabulary to know….

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Word study in the letter name alphabetic stage

Word Study in the Letter Name-Alphabetic Stage

Words Their Way

Chapter 5

RE 3902

N. Vines


Pop quiz
Pop Quiz

  • List at least 5 characteristics of the Letter Name-Alphabetic stage…


Vocabulary to know
Vocabulary to know…

  • Sight words: any word can be a sight word. These words are represented completely enough in memory to be recognized quickly and accurately in and out of context. How is sight word acquisition facilitated by you?

  • Word banks: collection of words from texts that are being read and reread. What is the benefit of creating these for students?

  • Personal readers: collection of familiar poems, rhymes, songs, dictated stories, etc. Why use these in your classroom?


Stages within a stage
Stages Within a Stage

  • Turn to Your Partner (TTYP) and discuss the what learners in each of these stages are able to do…

  • Early:

  • Middle:

  • Late:


There s a lot going on
There’s a lot going on!

  • Take a few minutes, independently or with a partner, to look back at some of the linguistic components of this stage. What questions or confusions do we need to clear up?

  • Now refer back to page 132. Let’s look at student writing to see examples of these characteristics.

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