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I'm trying to help my school develop a plan for teaching phonics and was interested in seeing what other schools do, especially the order topics are taught and how long you focus on each area.

Thanks! And if you have any research that supports it, that's even better.


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We use Wilson's FUNdations. It's research-based, so it's already done for us.
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We roughly follow the order in Word Journeys. I'm pretty positive it is all research based. The amount of time we spend depends on how long it takes the students. They need to have each group of features mastered before they move on.

Letter naming features:
  • Initial & final consonants
  • Short vowels
  • Initial consonant blends and digraphs
  • Affricates
  • Final consonant blends and digraphs
Withing word features:

  • Long vowels with final e
  • -r controlled vowels
  • Other Common Long Vowels
  • Complex Consonants
  • Abstract Vowels
Syllable Juncture feature:

  • Doubling & e-Drop with ed & ing
  • Other Syllable Juncture Doubling
  • Long Vowel Patterns (Stressed Syllable)
  • R-controlled vowels (stressed syllable)
  • Unstressed Syllable vowel pattern
  • Silent & sounded consonants
  • Consonant changes
  • Vowel Changes
  • Latin-Derived Suffixes
  • Assimilated Prefixes
The last 5 are Derivational Constancy feature (I'm having formatting issues today)
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Do you cover all that in Kindergarten? Is the expectation that it is mastered before first grade?
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Old 10-16-2017, 05:58 PM
 
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NO!!!!! Roughly, the letter naming features are mastered by the end of first grade, hopefully moving well into the within words stage. Syllable juncture and derivational constancy features are 2nd grade and beyond.


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Thatís a great outline to have. Our district moves so fast and our schoolís scope and sequence is fairly sporadic, my brain is fried trying to make sense of it all.

I wish they would buy a curriculum for us to follow.
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