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Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 2. Guides for Structured Word Inquiry,Guiding principles of Structured Word Inquiry. Once teachers develop a basic understanding of English spelling. and they begin to take on the structured inquiry approach. Bowers Kirby 2010 they should be able to identify how. any instruction of the written word reinforces one two or or. all of the following big ideas, 1 English spelling is a highly ordered system for representing. meaning that can be investigated and understood through. scientific inquiry, 2 Scientific inquiry seeks the most elegant solution the. deepest structure that accounts for the greatest number. of cases See this example, 3 Analysis of word structure for meaning cues can be used to Above figure from www realspelling com. deepen understanding of concepts and terms in any subject. area Science example Humanities example video,Process of Structured Word Inquiry.
1 Catch learners with an interesting spelling question. e g why g in sign, 2 Strategically present a set of words that makes the relevant. pattern more salient, 3 Help learners hypothesize a solution from carefully pre. sented evidence, 4 Guide testing of learners hypotheses and identify the pre. cise pattern, 5 Practice the identified pattern with appropriate tools e g. word sums flow charts, See more on structured word inquiry and the difference between.
teacher led inquiry and inquiry led teaching at this link. www WordWorksKingston com, Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 3. The Word Sum and the Matrix, The word sum is the basic linguistic tool for revealing the structure of any word We need to learn how to write and spell out. loud word sums with our students Here one example, Complete these word sums by writing and spelling them out loud Make sure to show any changes. See a video modelling the instruction of word sums at this link. http www youtube com user WordWorksKingston p u 0 qoeyGZDstkI. un help ful dis cover y es,hope ing try ing,hop ing try es. carry age busy body,www WordWorksKingston com, Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 4.
A Series of Teacher Led Inquiry lessons sparked from the question Why is there a g in sign. Taken from Teaching How the Written Word Works Bowers 2009. WordWorks Lessons by Peter Bowers 2007 www wordworkskingston com Based on Ramsden 2001 www reaslspelling com. Name WordWorks Lessons by Peter Bowers 2007 www wordworkskingston com Based on Ramsden 2001 www realspelling com. Activity Sheet 1, Word Building Using a Real Spelling Word Matrix Lesson 2 Spelling Detectives. A WORD MATRIX USUALLY ONLY SHOWS SOME POSSIBLE WORDS YOU CAN When does Suffixing Cause Changes at the Joins. USUALLY FIND MORE IF YOU TRY,Rules for reading a word matrix. Read a matrix from left to right al A Investigation Developing a hypothesis. Make only single complete words from a matrix re Study the matrix for move and the word sums created from it to. If you are unsure that a word you build is a real, ed see if you can discover a consistent suffixing pattern. word check a dictionary as, You don t have to take an element from every ment sign Word Sums from move Matrix. column of a matrix BUT ify, You must not leapfrog over a column Draw a line through silent e s replaced during suffixing as shown in the second sum.
WATCH THE JOINS sometimes changes happen re de ate ure move s moves. where you add a suffix,s move ing moving, Build words with your cut out prefixes and suffixes on the base sign Once you have built a ing move ed moved. word write the word sum as modeled in 1 and 2 re,Part A un move ed move er mover. er move ment movement,re move ed removed,re move er remover. prefix es base suffix es un move ed unmoved,1 sign al signal. 1 What is the change that sometimes occurs at the suffix join. 2 as sign ment assignment,3 2 List the suffixes that cause the change.
4 3 List the suffixes that cause no change, 4 How are these suffixes different from each other. 5 Our class hypothesis to explain how you know which suffixes may. 7 force a change at the join,9 Real Spelling Tool Box Connections. 1K Learning from Love Learn about the letter v, 10 3A Revisiting Suffixing Learn many roles of the single silent e. Real Spelling Tool Box Connection,3E The base elements sci and sign. www WordWorksKingston com, Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 5.
A Series of Teacher Led Inquiry lessons sparked from the question Why is there a g in sign. Taken from Teaching How the Written Word Works Bowers 2009. WordWorks Lessons by Peter Bowers 2007 www wordworkskingston com Based on Ramsden 2001 www reaslspelling com. WordWorks Lessons by Peter Bowers 2007 www wordworkskingston com Based on Ramsden 2001 www realspelling com. Activity 3, Lesson 2 Continued Flow Chart for Dropping the Single Silent e During Suffixing. B Testing our Hypothesis,Instructions, These matrices build on base words a one morpheme word no prefix or suffix that end with. the letter e On a separate page rewrite the beginning of the word sum provided. Create word sums from a variety of the matrices to test our class hypothesis You don t Use the flow chart to identify the correct spelling when fixing the suffix to the base. need to build every possible word from each matrix to test the hypothesis When a silent e is replaced by a vowel suffix cross it out on the left or the rewrite. Be ready to share interesting discoveries with the class Any surprising findings or words arrow before competing the spelling on the left side of the arrow. whose pronunciation changes when you add affixes,dis please ant. un hope ed,dis agree ment,re take en,ing Example date ing dating. mis be have er Word Sums,our Can ing,i 1 cave ed 11 laze y.
en large ly,2 create or 12 rule er,ish 3 require ment 13 imagine ary. 4 smile ing 14 pure ly,ment s 5 rude ly 15 please ure. 6 brave est 16 operate ion,Real Spelling Tool Box Connections. 1D The effect of suffixes on a single silent e 7 brave ly 17 smile s. 1B Making plurals 1 whether to use es or just s, 3G The end of base words dge or just ge the suffix age understanding the silent e in large 8 include ing 18 amaze es. 1G long and short vowels and the single silent e, 1I Homophones 1 Make sense of the silent e in please.
9 lone ly 19 amaze ment, 1H Compound words 1 Does takeaway break suffixing conventions 10 close ness 20 ice y. 15 Real Spelling Tool Box Connections,3A Revisiting suffixing Is y a vowel suffix. www WordWorksKingston com, Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 6. www WordWorksKingston com, Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 7. The Orthographic Word Sum, Go to the WordWorks YouTube page for many videos of students and teachers spelling out word sums and working.
The word sum is the basic linguistic tool for revealing the underlying structure of. any word Complete these word sums by writing and spelling them out loud Make. Videos of teachers and students spelling out word structure with word sums and working with matrices. sure to show any changes Note that in the Analytic Word Sums the user some. times has to identify if the starter word is a base or if it is complex Find more on. this practice here and a video modelling the instruction of word sums at this link. Synthetic Word Sums,Substructure Surface Structure. spring spring,care ful ly, A Skype tutoring session with a Grade 2 student with word sums and the matrix. act ive ity es,sky dive ing,carry age es,un heal th y ly. nate ure al ly,Analytic Word Sums,Surface Structure Substructure. rightfully,bookkeeper,with matrices,assistance,sisterhood.
disruptive,www WordWorksKingston com, Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 8. From the Matrix to the Word Sum,Rules for reading a word matrix. A foundational part of structured word inquiry is testing connections of. Read a matrix from left to right, structure and meaning by learning to building word sums from matrices. All of these matrices are taken from the Real Spelling 70 Matrices Make only single complete words from a matrix. Disk www realspelling com This resource allows you to copy and Only build words you can use in a sentence. paste any of those matrices to build lessons in minutes With a little You don t have to take an element from every column of a matrix BUT. practice teachers and students soon start building their own matrices. You must not leapfrog over a column, WATCH THE JOINS Sometimes changes happen where you add a suffix. See the Real Spelling Big Suffix Checker Or Neil Ramsden s Interactive Suffix Checker. Some Challenges, Write your word sums that come from these matrices on a separate page.
Investigate the matrices to build word sums that,Produce compound words. Have suffixing changes,Force a change in the pronunciation of the base. Produce complex words that have long vowel sounds,Some Questions. Can you find a base with a digraph that,can represent more then one phoneme. What base uses a trigraph,What base uses a t to represent t in.
one derivation but in another deriva,tion the same phoneme commonly asso. ciated with the sh digraph,What questions challenges could you give. your class from these matrices,www WordWorksKingston com. Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 9. Investigate word meanings by investigating their Learn about words from and with students. spelling structure and history This matrix was constructed by a 12 year old student named Thelonious and his. Follow the traces of meaning marked by the footprints of spell tutor right here in San Francisco It was produced as the result of an investiga. ing structure of the family of words built on the base vestige tion of the word investigate with the help of a new tool called the Word Micro. scope This image was from their post on Real Spellers It was by reading that. post that I first learned of the spelling meaning link between investigate and. With the help of the matrix and word sums elementary students can discover. connections of meaning between words that few adults have made This is just. one piece of evidence that it is time to bring these reliable linguistic tools into. English speaking classrooms everywhere, Go here for the word sums Thelonious and his tutor created and the discussion. that grew on www realspellers org from this investigation Download the Word. Microscope here For now it only available on PC s,Follow in the footsteps of Thelonious.
Construct word sums from this matrix,The grapheme phoneme diagram to the right. clarifies the sift in pronunciations associated,with the g grapheme in these words. From the Oxford English Dictionary, ORIGIN early 16th cent from Latin investigat traced out from the. verb investigare from in into vestigare track trace out. investigate, ORIGIN early 16th cent from Latin investigat traced out from. the verb investigare from in into vestigare track trace out. www WordWorksKingston com, Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 10.
What is crazy the English spelling system or our typical systems for teaching spelling. Consider the frustration experienced by the student in this story The teacher. does the best his training allows as he tries to help his student deal with yet Cursing our crazy spelling system seems like a natural. another irregular spelling Imagine the consequences for learning when such response to Robb s story about the struggle to learn and. experiences are repeated over and over teach reading and spelling in English It would be so much. easier if we just had a reliable logical spelling system. Know More Explosions Ironically it turns out that our spelling system does meet. these exact criteria Unfortunately this assertion seems. Excerpt from a Grade 4 teacher s email absurd in light of the instruction most of us have received. My program is for junior students identified with behaviour It is important to recognize however that the common. problems problems which make their full time participation assumption of English spelling as an unreliable. in standard classrooms problematic for everyone involved exception riddled system is a hypothesis that can be. Most of our students have ADHD identifications often coinci tested. dent with LDs and other difficulties and virtually all of them. The science of spelling Scientific inquiry of the conven. read more than two grade levels lower than they should In. tions of English spelling provides plenty of evidence that. many instances the students behaviour difficulties and their. language deficits pose a chicken and egg question our spelling system is an extremely reliable and ordered. system for representing the meaning of words to English. In a guided reading session I was doing with a burly and ea speakers e g Carol Chomsky 1970. ger Grade 4 student reading at PM 9 the student pointed to. the work know and asked what it said Knowing my stu There is obviously much more to spelling than morphol. Structured Word Inquiry Developing literacy by making sense of English spelling 2 www WordWorksKingston com Guiding principles of Structured Word Inquiry Once teachers develop a basic understanding of English spelling and they begin to take on the structured inquiry approach Bowers amp Kirby 2010 they should be able to identify how

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