Decodable books, stories, and passages are texts that the author limits the word choice to include an abundance of the pattern currently taught, as well as exclude patterns that have not yet been taught. The goal of a decodable text is to promote repeated phoneme-grapheme correspondence in the brain, as we know that this is one of the skills needed to store words in the brain's longterm storage (via orthographic ...
reading and vocabulary with ready reader decodables
Hi all, At Ready Reader Decodables, we are committed to supporting our followers with their personal development and understanding the English language.  One of the reasons the English language can appear dense is that our language is a compilation of other languages. Just as we consider our population, we can consider our language a “melting pot” with many linguistic influences.  Linguists agree that the primary influences are as follows:
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Sound Wall Kit for alphabet learning by Ready Reader Decodables
The rising popularity of the science of reading has brought many instructional shifts, and one that has taken the forefront of the SOR conversation is the transition of a wall consisting of words (word wall) to sounds (sound wall).  So, what exactly is a sound wall? A sound wall is an instructional tool used to visually represent the 44 phonemes of the English language and their corresponding graphemes or spellings ...
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Colorful letters of the alphabet
There is no denying the importance of letter and sound identification for developing readers, but are
both skills of equal importance? For many students, the ever-popular Alphabet Song is their first real
exposure to the alphabetic principle. But a quick analysis of the song reveals some missing components:
letter sounds. Do the letter names really matter? Let’s take a quick moment to consider the association
between the letter name and the phoneme (sound) it ...
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Decodable books in the classroom
Ready Reader Decodables for Small Groups Ready Reader Decodables are a valuable resource for implementing individualized, systematic, and explicit reading instruction in a small group setting. They are specifically designed to support early readers in developing their decoding skills, fluency, and comprehension abilities. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to effectively use Ready Reader Decodables with your students! 1. Assess and group students: Begin by assessing students' reading abilities to ...