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Phonics They Use: Words for Reading and Writing, 5th

 
지은이 : Cunningham
출판사 : Pearson
판수 : 5 edition
페이지수 : 288
ISBN : 0205608884
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도서가격 : 28,000원
적립금 : 840 Point
     

 

Written by an outstanding scholar, Phonics They Use seamlessly weaves together the complex and varied strategic approaches needed to help students develop reading and spelling skills.  


 


Long-positioned and long-respected as a bestseller by both pre-service and practicing teachers of reading, this affordable text offers a coherent collection of practical, hands-on activities that provide a framework for teaching phonics.  The Fourth Edition continues to emphasize that what matters is not how much phonics students know but what they actually use when they need phonics for decoding a new word, for reading and spelling a new word, and for writing. Rather than subscribe to a single theory, Pat Cunningham stresses a balanced reading program-incorporating a variety of strategic approaches--tied to the individual needs of children.  Packed with new activities and strategies for teaching reading, this book is an invaluable resource for any new or veteran teacher.


 


Now teachers have access to a new grade-level series Making Words that offers fresh multi-level activities and lessons for the kindergarten through fifth grade classroom. Based on the active and innovative approach to making words that teachers and their students have grown to love in Phonics They Use, this new series is the best resource you can have on hand for motivating your students to learn words!



 


Take a Peek at What's New to the Edition!


New Chapter on Making Words in Kindergarten (Ch. 4) describes and provides sample lesson plans on how teachers can make each kindergarten student a letter of the alphabet, using a big letter card, to teaching them how to begin to form words.


  • New Chapter on Making Words in Upper Grades (Ch. 11) describes and provides sample lessons on how making words has been adapted for use of older students in upper grades, by emphasizing the prefixes, suffixes, roots and spelling changes that are the important decoding and spelling patterns for polysyllabic words.
  • Inclusion of hints and suggestions for English Language Learners scattered throughout the chapters, which help make phonics and spelling instruction more successful for ELLs as they learn to read and write. These 밊or English Language Learner boxes include a variety of ways teachers have adapted the Phonics They Use activities to include their children learning English.
  • Patricia M. Cunningham is the author of Beyond Retelling, Classrooms That Work, Schools That Work, and the Making Words series, all published by Allyn & Bacon, as well as a professor of education at Wake Forest University. She has over 30 years of experience in various elementary grades and with remedial reading and has served as a curriculum coordinator and director of reading.  Pat promotes literacy for all children through her Four Blocks workshops and staff development sessions with educators.


    Patricia M. Cunningham


    The day I entered first grade, I decided I wanted to teach first grade. In 1965, I graduated from the University of Rhode Island and began my teaching career teaching first grade in Key West, Florida. For the next several years, I taught a variety of grades and worked as a curriculum coordinator and special reading teacher in Florida and Indiana.


     


    From the very beginning, I worried about children who struggled learning to read and devised a variety of alternative strategies to teach them to read. In 1974, I received my Ph. D. in Reading Education from the University of Georgia. I developed the Making Words activity while working with Title One teachers in North Carolina where I was the Director of Reading for Alamance County Schools. I have been the Director of Elementary Education at Wake Forest University in Winston Salem, North Carolina since 1980 and have worked with numerous teachers to develop hands-on engaging ways to teach phonics and spelling. In 1991, I published Phonics they Use: Words for Reading and Writing, which is currently available in its fourth edition. Along with Richard Allington, I published Classrooms that Work and Schools that Work.


     


    Dottie Hall and I have worked together on many projects. In 1989, we began developing the Four Blocks Framework, a comprehensive approach to literacy which is used in many schools in the United States and Canada. Dottie Hall and I have  worked together to produce many books, including the first Making Words books and the Month by Month Phonics Books. These Making Words by Grade Level books are in response to requests by teachers across the years to have making words lessons with a scope and sequence tailored to their grade level. We hope you and your students will enjoy these making words lessons and we would love to hear your comments and suggestions.

    Introduction

    Part One Building The Foundation for Phonics They Can Use

    Chapter 1 Early Reading and Writing Activities

    Early Reading Concepts

    Shared Reading of Predictable Books

    Predictable Charts

    Writing

    Getting to Know You

    Summary

    Chapter 2 Phonological and Phonemic Awareness

    Developing Phonological Awareness

    Developing the Concept of Rhyme

    Teaching Blending and Segmenting

    Using Names to Build Phonological and Phonemic Awareness

    Summary

    Chapter 3 Concrete Words, Letter Names, and Sounds

    Names

    Alphabet Books

    Letter Actions and Foods

    Key Words for Sounds

    Changing a Hen to a Fox

    Guess the Covered Word

    Chapter 4 Making Words in Kindergarten

    How the Foundational Activities are Multilevel

    Part Two Fluency

    Chapter 5 Fluency Activities

    Independent Reading Develops Fluency

    Daily Writing Develops Fluency

    Rereading Develops Fluency

    Fluency Development Lessons

    Summary

    Chapter 6 High-Frequency Words

    Building Meaning for High-Frequency Words

    Doing A Word Wall

    On-the Back Activities

    Other Word Wall Practice Activities

    Portable and Take Home Word Walls

    Theme Boards

    How Fluency Activities and Word Wall are Multilevel

    Part Three Using Phonics and Spelling Patterns

    Chapter 7 Making Words

    A Sample Making Words Lesson

    Making Words Homework
    Additional Making Words Lessons

    Summary

    Chapter 8 Rhyme-Based Decoding and Spelling Activities

    Learning the Most Common Rhyming Patterns

    Rounding up the Rhymes

    Using Words You Know

    Reading/Writing Rhymes

    Summary

    Chapter 9 Spelling Activities

    What Looks Right?

    Word Sorting and Hunting

    How Part Three Activities are Multilevel

    Part Four Big Words

    Chapter 10 Decoding and Spelling Big Words

    Teaching Common Prefixes and Suffixes

    Teaching Common Root Words

    The Nifty Thrifty Fifty

    Big Word Collectors

    Modeling How to Figure Out a Big Word

    Word Detectives

    The Wheel

    Mystery Word Match

    Summary

    Chapter 11 Making Words in Upper Gades

    A Third Grade Making Words Lesson

    A Fourth Grade Making Words Lesson

    A Fifth Grade Making Words Lesson

    How the Big Words Activities are Multilevel

    Part Five Coaching, Assessment and Research

    Chapter 12 Coaching for Strategic Decoding and Spelling

    Coaching during Writing Conferences

    Coaching during Reading

    Summary

    Chapter 13 Assessment

    What is Assessment?

    Assessing Early Reading Behaviors

    Assessing Word Strategies

    The Names Test

    Summary

    Chapter 14 The Theory and the Research뻋he Why Underlying the How

    My Personal Phonics History

    What We Know About How Good Readers Read Words

    What We Know About How Children Learn to Read Words

    The Research and Phonics They Use

    Chapter 15 Phonics Terminology for Teachers

    From highly respected scholar Pat Cunningham, this enduring best seller offers a coherent collection of practical activities that provide a framework for teaching phonics.


     


    The fifth edition of this esteemed book seamlessly weaves together the complex, varied strategic approaches needed to help students develop reading and spelling skills.  Pat뭩 balanced reading program incorporates a broad spectrum of methods for meeting the needs of individual students.  New activities and strategies emphasize that what matters is not how much phonics students know but what they actually use for decoding a new word, for reading and spelling, and for writing.


     


    밫his text is an excellent teaching and learning tool for all teachers in the field. [Pat] is obviously aware of the problems facing classroom teachers [and] thoroughly understands students and their reading development.  뺺hristine Frazer, teacher, Henry P. Fieler Elementary, Merrillville, IN


     


    밡o matter what age or level you teach, you will know all of the activities to make successful readers and writers!뵔Christine Eaton, founder, Little Learners Early Childhood Center, Olathe, KS

    "This was one of the texts for my reading methods classes when I got my teaching credential. I've used it more than many of my other resources. If you're goal is to teach children to read, you need this book! Whole language advocates (of which I am one) will love it, too!!!

    "Patricia Cunningham has provided a resource in this book that Reading teachers should not do without. The ideas are easily put into use in the classroom. Chapter 3, High Frequency Words, shows how to use a Word Wall to teach the reading and spelling of common words. This book is written in easy to understand language and is enhanced by real classroom photos. It's a book you'll find yourself reading over and over!

    "This is a great, practical how-to book that every teacher should read. It is easy to read and full of ideas and activities that you can use in your classroom. The hands-on, activity based ideas can be used with all ages and all levels."
     
    "I am a remedial teacher who works with all the students that WHOLE LANGUAGE has failed. Be very careful when you assume 'reading comes naturally' because by the time you see the 20% of your school kids failing you will have officially sacrificed your remedials for the love of this philosophy.

    Frank Smith has some good things to say, but he has also said "Dyslexia is a mythical brain disorder". He LIES. Maybe this is why my whole language based college career never mentioned dyslexia. Sorry frank, it exists and it needs to be remediated.

    Pat Cunningham's materials are questionable products of whole language that have 'stolen' research based and systematic lingo claiming things I'm pretty sure they can't deliver. Look into 'real spelling' with Melvin Ramsden (who likes Frank Smith)or any Orton Gillingham information."

    "This was one of the books I was required to purchase for school. I eventually lent it to someone and it disappeared. I just had to get another one. This book has so many great ideas for word walls, mini workshops, and helping students to build confidence in themselves while learning to read and write. I use it all the time while making lesson plans. It's great!
       
     
       
     
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