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  1. Writing Power: http://www.amazon.com/Writing-power-prescriptive-skill-building-composition/dp/1888827238/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1401498658&sr=8-1&keywords=Writing+Power+Beverly It is by the same author as Spelling Power. On someone else's thread about spelling problems, I asked a question about Spelling Power, and getting no answer, decided to buy a used copy. I was mightily impressed. It is everything I was trying to cobble together on my own, but all there for me! Well, a little to do since we do not pronounce certain words such as to fit into the word groups she placed them in--but minor compared to starting from scratch. So, I am wondering if her writing program might also be good.
  2. I just need some confirmation here. I was researching spelling methods and trying to find the best fit. But trying to apply WTM suggestions is leaving me feeling overwhelmed with Language Arts. My son is now mid year into 2nd grade. Feeling like a curriculum junkie :drool5: . Explode the Code review- Thought it was a great series. We followed OPGTTR and whatever dipthongs they introduced-- or phonics they would go with, we did the same in ETC. For Ex. th words, we'd find whichever book had th in OPGTTR and do the exercises in ETC. I dropped ETC because the sentences were too hard for him at the time (k'er) to read and respond with the written and because someone told me it was just reinforcing phonics, not spelling per se. At the time, it was a lot of writing for my K'er. He got up to book 5 though. Spelling workout Book A review - I like how it was laid out, because it covered dictionary practice, proofreading, rhyming, vocab comprehension, writing, and provided some rules. I wasn't understanding how the word lay out was of benefit to my son in the long run, because the lists put words together in odd ways. Ex = words beginning with v, y,z, qu The list words were van, zoo, you , queen, zip and very. The visuals on the page were great for my son, but he had too much writing for his grade (early 1st grade at the time, we dropped it because cursive, WWE 1, grammar, and reading took precedence). Then I saw Sequential Spelling (It was free from a friend, and my portfolio reviewer said I needed to help him do it- I previously dropped spelling in favor of concentrating on Reading, Cursive, grammar, and WWE 1 during 1st grade), my son finished (Ordinary Parent's Guide to teaching reading and now is in 2nd grade.) So I thought he was ready. He got 14 out of 20 words correct on his first spelling test after Lesson 40. He doesn't take 15 minutes to do a lesson like the book says, it's more like 30-45 minutes and this is teacher intensive on my part. (He sometimes stops at 15 words) I have to use a timer, and set it to one minute after each word on the list or he won't focus. I will draw on my ipad (chalkboard app) instead of the whiteboard. SS doesn't provide the other things like in Spelling Workout, but he's able to spell complicated words through word families and patterns. No rules. He and I like rules, so I was considering purchasing Uncovering the Logic of English to tell him the rule that associated to particular words he had problems with. We use Writing with Ease 2 and FLL 2 and Abeka readers at the moment. It is taking a very long time for us. So I ask maybe we should change curriculum? He only got through lesson 40 and we started in September 2012. Spelling Power - I have the 365 activity cards,and the thick spelling list book but the rules aren't logical to me as to the why or how they should be applied when we would be stuck on a spelling. So far, this week, I will be continuing with SS and possibly purchasing ULOE unless I get other feedback from people. I have a 4.5 year old and a 2 year old that are totally testing my patience. Would love an open and go curriculum that isn't teacher intensive for my DS 7 yr old. Should I switch back to Spelling workout and force independence? I feel like it's going to take forever which ever curriculum I employ, as he gets distracted easy with the youngers. I am trying to get a feel for if I should employ something that is all inclusive come 3rd grade, because my K'er will be a handful-- or if I should continue breaking out all the subjects in LA like the WTM suggestions that I follow. WWE takes 45 minutes, FLL (grammar) is 10-15 minutes, Reading is in 1 hour increments 2 times a week (he read all of a Frog and Toad book in one sitting) . Spelling 45 minutes. The LA seems too time consuming.
  3. I'm looking ahead for spelling curriculum for next year. I want All About Spelling, but I know it's going to start off REALLY slow, and I wonder if it would be overkill. In hindsight, I should have used it in K this year, but I was trying to keep K pretty simple and not overly long. I thought 1st was the time to start formal spelling. I began teaching my daughter to read at 4 because she was ready. It was a hodge podge of what I had and what I could borrow because I wasn't confident what would work best for her and I didn't want to spend a lot of money. She learned letter sounds and began blending them into words and I also introduced phonograms, making my own cards based on a list of the 72 Orton phonograms I found. (I remember learning phonics this way, so it makes sense to me.) This year, Kindergarten, I wanted something more systematic and something she could work on semi-independently (I also have 2 yr old twins). So I started her in Explode the Code book 3. I wasn't thrilled with it, because it only teaches one sound of any phonogram at a time, but I figured since I was still supplementing with my flashcards it would be ok. I also had a copy of Phonics Pathways, and I have used that for read-aloud phonics practice. It also makes her slow down and read clearly and distinctly before she reads aloud to me. So we have finished book 5 in ETC and I have book 6. We'll start it next week. We have about 20 pages left in PP but we've definitely covered everything commonly seen in her reading level (2nd grade-ish). But now I don't know what to do about spelling! We seem too far ahead for AAS, but I don't know what else to look at. I want something rule based, that teaches all sounds of phonograms. The reason I'm afraid we are too far ahead is just how well she's done with ETC. I was just intending it for teaching phonics, mainly reading, but she usually does the final page (test of 7 of the words from the lesson) without looking, after she's done the activities with them for a few days. I just don't know what she's retained, and if she's missing out on the rules part of it. They only focus on one sound of a phonogram at a time, so for instance, the -ey words we just did (monkey, hockey, honey, money, key, etc) are all "ee" sounds, no "ay" or discussion of the fact it has another sound. She knows it does from my flashcards, that's all. I have heard you can use Phonics Pathways to teach spelling, but it sounds like a lot of planning and work :( And I got a used copy of Spelling Power, but it's not as rule-based as it sounded. The lists seem more random collections of words that have the same sound. I do like how thorough it is, covering the 5000 most frequently used words, and I could use it. I just feel like I'd be floundering making up reasons why words are spelled the way they are, when my daughter asked about words, and I'd be stuck trying to think of more examples of that kind of word. Also, I dictated the sentences AAS recommends to see what her placement would be, from here: http://www.allaboutlearningpress.com/which-spelling-level-should-we-start-with She had no trouble with it. The Level 1 sample lesson definitely looks easy. Has anybody tried AAS and found it wasn't a good fit? Why? Has anybody started at Level 1, even though you thought your child was past it, and how has that gone? I really want this system, it makes so much sense to me, but I don't know anyone in real life who is using it. And it's a big investment. Thanks in advance for any input! Jennifer
  4. What level is your dc in and what grade are they in? I have a feeling dd 4th is 'behind' simply because when something has to get the axe for the day its spelling. I have to figure out how to get spelling to be a priority. It does not take much time but it is always the first to go. So, what level is your child in and what grade (or how old) are they?
  5. Okay, I am getting ready to set aside AAS for Spelling Power. Before I order ... do I need those yellow/green/etc notebooks? Can I just use plain paper, or do the notebooks really make it better? Thanks!
  6. Okay, I see we're supposed to test for 5 minutes, but that pretty much completes one word list for us. Unfortunately, there's not enough lines in the student book (yes, I bought them even though you can use a spiral notebook just as well). Is it okay if we use the "words to study" column if she's not missing any words? Also, how quickly do you go through one level? Like I said, we're doing pretty much one word list a day and this is going to put us through Level E really quickly. Is that okay? Should I intentionally slow down? The skill-building activities. Umm.. :confused: Which of these have you liked and used the most? Which are easiest to do?
  7. My 9yo son is a third grader. We red-shirted him from the beginning. He's an avid reader and seems to comprehend what he is reading quite well. For example, he is reading Sea Clocks right now and is loving it and tackled Dragonwings this fall. He is doing well in math (CLP Math 300) and is learning well in general. His handwriting is ok. Cursive is better than manuscript. He is doing great with WWE 2 (almost finished with it) and is doing great with CLP LA 300. All that said, he cannot spell the simplest words. We are using Spelling Power because the pace for spelling in CLP LA was far past his abilities. Still, he is struggling. Does spelling just click with some kids much later than others? (My 7yo 2nd grader is often telling his older brother how to spell simple stuff. I'm concerned my Kindergartner will soon be piping in that he is misspelling Kindergarten words.) We review quite often but what we just worked on, sometimes the previous day, is forgotten. Ugh. I don't know what to do. I've tried "fun" spelling, like dry erase makers and windows, spelling in sugar, spelling with toothpicks, chalk outside, cutting out letters, etc. Don't good readers make good spellers? Is this just a boy thing? Do some kids NEVER get it? Thanks in advance for any replies. And <drumroll, please> this is my FIRST post to a message board EVER! It only took me 10 minutes to find the new thread button. LOL!
  8. My daughter is ready to start spelling. She's almost finished a complete phonics program. She reads like a champ. And she is writing her own letters and stories (with terrible spelling). So, I am looking into purchasing a spelling program. What spelling program do you all recommend and why? The Well Train Mind recommends "Spelling Workout (1994)." Do you recommend this? Also, it looks like the publishers updated Spelling Workout in 2001... Is there a significant difference between these two versions of Spelling Workout (1994 and 2001)? Does The Well Trained Mind still endorse Spelling Workout's newest edition (2001)? Any advice and opinions and experiences will be welcome. Thanks!
  9. I just administered the Survey test to my kids but I am not sure how to score it. The instructions in the book are not completely clear to me: "stop testing when your student misspells three words within a word or two of each other or a total of six words, whichever comes first. If you gave the entire test, do not count any words tested beyond this point." I understand "total of six words" but the other two criteria are not clear. I gave them 36 words to spell. My son misspelled words # 12, 15,16, 18, 26,27,28,29. So should I stop after the word #18 or after #27? My daughter misspelled words #29,31,33,34. Should I give her more words to spell in order to get 6 misspelled or stop after #34 (misspelled two of each other???). I feel really silly asking this question but English is my second language and the scoring instructions given in the book are a little muddy for me. Thanks in advance for your help.
  10. I would love something that is reusable for all the kids. I hate filling up workbooks. Can you tell me how it works? Is it really that easy?
  11. I am going to start this program with my 2nd grader this week and I have a couple of questions. During the 10 Step Study portion, what if he doesn't make it though all of the words he needs to study before the 5 minutes is up? When does he study those words? Should I forget the 5 minute thing and just have him study the words until he is done? Do you have your students write the words in a sentence like the program suggests? Writing...the physical act of it...is a struggle and I feel he does plenty of writing throughout the rest of the day. Is it okay to skip this part, or is it vital to the study procedure? Thanks for your time. :001_smile:
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