qReplace ineffective drills with easy-to-do games and activities that fit into any teacher's busy day and help striving adolescent readers achieve automaticity in decoding the six basic English syllable patterns. Carver and Pantoja's flexible approach can be used with intensive and regular reading classes, as well as language arts classes at intermediate, middle-school, or high-school levels. Teaching Syllable Patterns meets your Response-to-Intervention goals while engaging learners: acUse brief, skill-targeted lesson openers to get an initial Tier 1 assessment of students' needs. acContinue with mini-lessons, games, and activities for individual student support at Tier 2 and 3 interventional levels. acMonitor progress with end-of-chapter tests, and determine success after individualized instruction with the final assessment. Easily differentiate instruction in any classroom where literacy is the goal and time is short. The included CD saves on prep time by providing all of the reproducibles, assessments, and color game materials needed for every lesson. With Teaching Syllable Patterns, get the shortcut to teaching fluency and comprehension that cuts time and frustrationanot cornersaand helps striving adolescent readers achieve long-term success.qExample multisyllabic words, nonsense word list, pictures for short vowel sounds, letter cubes or lap-sized white boards Day 2 Do-now 10 min. ... Syllable chart, letter cubes, or lap-sized white boards Day 3 or 4 GameaBingo 20 min.
|Title||:||Teaching Syllable Patterns|
|Author||:||Lin Carver, Lauren Pantoja|
|Publisher||:||Maupin House Publishing, Inc. - 2009|