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What are the five stages of word study?. Emergent Letter Name Within Word Pattern Syllables and Affixes Derivational Relations. What stage should my child be?. APS Benchmarks Kindergarten – Emergent/Letter Name 1 st Grade – Letter Name/Within Word Pattern

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What are the five stages of word study

What are the five stages of word study?

  • Emergent

  • Letter Name

  • Within Word Pattern

  • Syllables and Affixes

  • Derivational Relations


What stage should my child be

What stage should my child be?

APS Benchmarks

  • Kindergarten – Emergent/Letter Name

  • 1stGrade – Letter Name/Within Word Pattern

  • 2nd Grade – Within Word Pattern

  • 3rd Grade – Within Word Pattern/Syllables and Affixes

  • 4th Grade – Syllables and Affixes

  • 5th Grade – Syllables and Affixes


Emergent

Emergent


Emergent1

Characteristics

Pretend reading and writing

No concept of word in reading

Developing alphabet knowledge

No sound-symbol correspondence

Feature Focus

Alphabet

Beginning sounds

Rhyme

Emergent

Typical Grades K-1


Letter name

Letter Name


Letter name1

Characteristics

Read at a slow, word-by-word pace

Finger point and read aloud

Write short, simple pieces

Begin to use high frequency words

Feature Focus

Beginning/ending consonants

Blends (sp, st)

Digraphs (sh, ch, th)

Short vowels

Nasals (-mp, -nt)

Letter Name

Typical Grades K-2


Within word pattern

Within Word Pattern


Within word pattern1

Characteristics

Read silently

Read simple chapter books

Write paragraphs with conventional capitals and punctuation

Feature Focus

Long vowels (silent e)

Other long vowels

R-controlled vowels (part, chore)

Abstract vowels (ground, caught)

Complex consonants (scr, thr, qu, tch/ch)

Within Word Pattern

Typical Grades 2-4


Syllables and affixes

Syllables and Affixes


Syllables and affixes1

Characteristics

Read chapter books fluently and expressively

Use varied comprehension strategies

Read and write for a variety of purposes

Use conventional grammar, usage and mechanics

Feature Focus

Inflected endings (ed, ing, s)

Other doubling (juggle, winner)

Patterns in stressed syllables

Unstressed syllables (troub-le, doct-or)

Simple prefixes and suffixes

Syllables and Affixes

Typical Grades 3-6


Derivational relations

Derivational Relations


Derivational relations1

Characteristics

Read and write widely across genres

Monitor own comprehension and use varied strategies

Feature Focus

Impact of meaning on spelling

More difficult prefixes and suffixes

Greek and Latin word elements

Derivational Relations

Typical Grades 5+


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