Posted on 03/20/2019 at 09:40 PM by Blog Experts

March 2019 Reading Blog

 

Phonics & Word Study

 

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Do you have students that have difficulty decoding multisyllabic words?

If so, this is a must-have resource!

This resource assists teachers in systematically and efficiently transitioning students from reading one-syllable to multisyllabic words by taking advantage of what students already know and making explicit those connections.  

 

This resource also assists teachers in focusing on high-utility decoding skills, syllables, and syllable patterns.  

 

Check out this resource to find explicit and systematic lessons, activities, and tips in providing phonics instruction for decoding multisyllabic words while at the same time improving students fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.  

About the Author

Wiley Blevins is an early reading specialist who holds a M. Ed. from Harvard. He taught elementary school in both the United States and South America, and was Director of Special Projects for Scholastic in New York City. Wiley has written and edited many phonics and reading materials, and is the author of Phonics from A-Z and Teaching Phonics and Word Study in the Intermediate Grades. He has also coauthored with Alice Boynton Teaching Students to Read Nonfiction, Nonfiction Passages with Graphic Organizers for Independent Practice, and the Navigating Nonfiction program. He lives in New York City.

 

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