Sequential Spelling Level 1 Teacher Guide & Student Workbook, Revised Edition
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Sequential Spelling teaches word families through auditory (hearing the word), visual (seeing the correct word), kinesthetic (tracing the correct word) and oral (saying the word) channels. Children are allowed to have to the freedom to guess and learn from their mistakes, as tests are seen as opportunities to learn from student self-corrected mistakes, rather than a method of evaluation. By teaching words in word families, students will be learning and using vocabulary not normally learned until introduced in much later grades, giving them a head-start in much of their reading.
The Sequential Spelling Student Workbook features in-order blank spelling lists (unlike the student response book) with additional fun activities on the back of the page to help with reinforcement. Word searches, writing prompts, reviews, and fill-in-the-blank exercises are included for each lesson. Test included. Softcover. No word lists are included; those continue to be sold-separately in the teacher's book. Sequential Spelling Level 1.
The included teacher's guide accompanies Sequential Spelling Workbook 4, Revised Edition. This new, revised edition features updated teacher instructions and spelling lists, an answer key, and optional coordinating student workbook complete with daily "Using your Words" activities. Level 1 teaches word families in eight-week blocks; review is included throughout. Book Two teaches the word families ish, ar, ce, id, ude, alm, el, ful, dge, and more, building to words such as "edge", "dish", "jar" and "idea".
This kit includes:
- Sequential Spelling Teacher's Guide Level 1, 72 pages, softcover, Revised Edition
- Sequential Spelling Student Workbook Level 1, 376 pages, softcover.
In order to be able to effectively use Sequential Spelling 1, students should be able to read and spell at about a second grade level. Students should have a basic understanding of the phonetic sounds for each letter and be able to guess at the spelling of the words using that phonetic knowledge. It is not expected that they will guess the spelling correctly every time.
This Product Contains The Following Items
|Sequential Spelling Level 1 Teacher Guide, Revised Edition||Available|
|Sequential Spelling Level 1 Student Workbook, Revised Edition||Available|
Vendor: Wave 3 Learning
|Publication Date: 2011|
Availability: In Stock
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Even though the student is given a spelling test every day as part of the curriculum, this test requires no prep or studying ahead for the student or parent. It allows practice with the building of the root words with no pressure of a grade. I wish I had known about this easy-to-use spelling program for my older children! Two softcovers each, from Wave 3 Learning.
Q: What grade is this recommended for? I have a child in 2nd grade currently and I am noticing that she is having trouble spelling and reading. I knew she was a little behind in reading and we have been working on it, but she is having a hard time when it comes to spelling, which only leads to a hard time reading. I'm considering having her tested for either a hearing issue or a speech issue. I wanted to try this first. She will confuse "tr" words with "ch" words and so on and I have to say each letter in a word for her to spell it correctly in a test. I don't know what level this is intended to start at. Is level 1 equivalent to a first grade level?Thank you,Tracy
Level 1 is recommended for grade 1, but can be used by students in any grade level that are struggling with beginning spelling skills.