Many students struggle over the spellings of the same frequently used words. This unit, of weekly lessons that the list of challenging words into small chunks. These small chunks allow students to focus on a few words at a time. It does not replace regular spelling lessons, instead it offers an opportunity for students to master the spelling of common, high-frequency words so vital to their writing.
This unit is perfect for inclusion students because only a few words are introduced in a lesson. The variety of activities are short and reinforce the spelling words.
The unit follows a weekly plan that can be fitted into the classroom schedule. The teacher can determine “spelling days and times. The materials can also function as a component of a Spelling Center.
A parent component is included in the plan. First, it offers strategies parents can use to help their child master theses words. Secondly, the “still need to work on” sheet keeps them apprised of weekly progress by requiring parent to sign showing that he, or she, is aware of words misspelled on the current week’s word list.
Teacher Dictation sentences for the test
“You still need to work on” sheet of words missed, requiring parent