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  1. Spelling Sample Lesson Robert W. Frantum-Allen

  2. The Spelling Lesson

  3. Principals for a Research Based Spelling Lesson • Spelling taught every day (not on Mondays and Fridays) • Spelling is purposefully transferred to all writing (when a child asks “how do you spell” sound it out) • All spelling starts by activating the phonological processor first then the orthographic processor (sounds before letters/graphemes) • All spelling words follow a pattern (save trick words for something else like vocabulary or word of the day)

  4. 10, 15, or 30 How much time should be spent on Spelling? - Actual skill part can be done in as little as 10 minutes a day if … - the classroom has established strong rituals and routines -strong systems of instruction are established (same routine every day) -clear goals are established -entire schools is on the same page

  5. Model a lesson Before I model a lesson, lets make sure we have some rituals and routines established - discovery - echo - developing meaning - tapping out - phoneme/grapheme mapping - line spelling

  6. Spelling Words aim today gray mayor away brain grain stray explain drain make sure they have meaning around the words

  7. Listen and Look for the pattern aim today gray mayor away brain grain stray explain drain aim today gray mayor away brain grain stray explain drain I am going to circle 5 of these words. What do all five of these words have in common? ai spelling for /ā/ What is the position of the ai spelling in the words? beginning, middle or end? What is the one sound that all these words have? beginning & middle but never the end! /ā/

  8. Phoneme and Grapheme Mapping

  9. Phoneme and Grapheme Mapping

  10. Phoneme and Grapheme Mapping ai m b r ai n g r ai n e x p l ai n d r ai n

  11. Line Spelling m ai r n b ai r n g ai x p l ai n e r n d ai

  12. Homework • Needs to focus on the logical spelling process • What do you hear? • Write what you hear? • Does it look right? activate the phonological processor first then activate the orthographic processor second

  13. Spelling is pre – 12 grade skill

  14. pre- kindergarten primary elementary intermediate middle high school Emergent Letter name Within Word Pattern Syllable and Affixes Derivational Relations Remember English now has over 1,000,000 words!!!!!!!!!!!!!!