This complete, K-6 scope and sequence contains every phonic pattern, morpheme, spelling rule and etymology concept you will ever need to teach, along with a word list for each one! A total of 230 patterns and words lists. Words lists are carefully chosen to contain only previously taught concepts, and are differentiated into three levels. Whether you teach Orton Gillingham, Structured Word Inquiry, or more traditional Spelling, this will be a daily, ‘go to’ resource to complement ANY program or approach you’re currently using.
Designed for teachers, speech pathologists teaching literacy, tutors, specialist support teachers and home school parents teaching structured literacy in primary, or teen and adult struggling readers/spellers.
If you are new to Science of Reading and are struggling to piece it all together into a cohesive approach, or are a teacher trying to shift your practice from Balanced Literacy to Structured literacy, everything you need will be at your fingertips with this resource.
Review from Helen Arkell’s Head of Education:
The ‘Ultimate Scope and Sequence for Teaching Structured Literacy’ will provide specialist teachers with a clear structure of what to teach, in what order, and when. A cumulative, sequential, step-by-step approach to teaching literacy underpins all specialist tuition. The lists of phonological awareness tasks, letter/sound links, phonemes, blends, letter strings, suffixes and prefixes with word examples to support, are clearly laid out. Checklists to track progress, and word examples for each task, will be useful. I wish I had this book when I was training!
Author: Sarah Mitchell