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Megawords teaches the reading, spelling, and contextual use of multisyllabic words through multisensory instruction and a systematic progression of skills. Within each book, words are presented in lists arranged by word structure and spelling pattern. Because Megawords is skill based, it can be used in a variety of settings and across all RTI tiers depending on student need and grade level. Visit the Megawords website to download sample lessons.
- Guides provide direct, point-of-use instruction that follows the Megawords 6-Step Instructional Plan.
- Suggestions for differentiating instruction
- Assessment options for progress monitoring
- Reproducible assessments and recording forms
- Student Book answer key
- Each student book focuses on a specific group of advanced phonics or word study skills. Exercises are multisensory and require students to read, say, and write word parts and words.
- Exercises Include:
- Decoding and encoding activities
- Recognizing syllable patterns
- Using words in context
- Understanding word meaning
- Content-area reading passages
- Review exercises to reinforce concepts
About the Author of Megawords: Kristin A. Johnson, M.A has worked with both children and adults for 30 years in Vermont, specializing in reading difficulties. Polly Bayrd has taught students with learning disabilities and emotional/behavioral problems at the elementary and junior high level. She has been a teacher-trainer at the University of Minnesota.
Get more information from the publisher’s website: eps.schoolspecialty.com
Last Updated: November 2023