Within Word Sorts-Words and Models for Sorting
Syllable Affix Sorts-Words and Models for Sorting
Copy of Weekly Word Study Homework (without word mapping)

Word Mapping activity


Summary Writing rules
-explanation of the rules for your sort
-examples from each category and WHY they fit there

Summary Writing Framework


Summary Example
My sort this week is about vowel sounds and endings. (Topic Sentence) The first category has words that end with -dge. Words with this ending have short vowel sounds. An example is the word fudge. Fudge has a short u sound. (Detail-first rule and example) The second category has words that end with -ge. Words with this ending have long vowel sounds. An example is the word cage. Cage has a long a sound.(Detail-second rule and example) The third category has words that end with r, l, or n+ge. These words can have long or short vowel sounds. Large has a vowel followed by r +ge.(Detail-third rule and example)These are rules to follow for sorting these words. (Conclusion sentence)