Lesson modified from:
Lesson 26 from Cunningham, P. (2003). Big Words for Big Kids: Systematic Sequential Phonics and Spelling. Greensboro, NC: Carson-Dellosa Publishing Company, Inc.
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*According to Robert Marzano, highly effective teachers use similarities and differences in their classrooms. When sorting and transferring, you are finding similarities and differences. :-)
This is typically a two-day lesson. You have students make the words the first day, and sort and transfer the second day.
Make the Words:
- rage, raging
- race, racing
- care, caring, uncaring
- canoe, canoeing
- courage, encouraging
- raging, racing, caring, uncaring
Transfer the Words:
- If you can spell race, you can spell lace.
- If you can spell lace, you can spell unlace.
- If you can spell racing, you can spell lacing.
- If you can spell care, you can spell dare.
- If you can spell caring, you can spell daring.
- If you can spell rage, you can spell stage.
- If you can spell raging, you can spell staging.
- See examples below