Phonics Lessons: Letters, Words, And How They Work: Grade 2 by Fountas, Irene C.Phonics Lessons: Letters, Words, And How They Work: Grade 2 by Fountas, Irene C.

Phonics Lessons: Letters, Words, And How They Work: Grade 2

byFountas, Irene C., Gay Su Pinnell

Paperback | November 15, 2002

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A Complete Phonics and Word Study Curriculum for each of the primary grades With 100 minilessons for each of the three grade levels, you can use the month-by-month planning guide, the assessment checklists, and the lesson selection map to choose the lessons that align with your student's needs and the Word Study Continuum.


The Continuum encompasses nine scientific categories of learning:

·          Early Literacy Concepts

·          High-Frequency Words

·          Phonological and Phonemic Awareness

·          Spelling Patterns

·          Letter Knowledge

·          Word Structure

·          Letter/Sound Relationships

·          Word-Solving Actions

·          Word Meaning


Each 4-page lesson includes:

1.       Professional Understandings
Explanations of underlying principles research, and suggestions for working with English Language Learners.

2.       3-part Lesson plan

·         Teach Step by step instructions for implementing the lesson

·         Apply Application activities and routines for teaching them

·         Share Guidelines for reinforcing principles and helping children share their learning

3.        Follow-up
Assessment links to literacy framework, extensions, and home connections.

Title:Phonics Lessons: Letters, Words, And How They Work: Grade 2Format:PaperbackDimensions:496 pages, 11.75 × 10.85 × 2.8 inPublished:November 15, 2002Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0325004099

ISBN - 13:9780325004099

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Table of Contents


            Note by the General Editor       x

            Prefatory Note to this Selected Edition  xii

            Preface to the Complete Edition            xiv

            Acknowledgements      xxv

            Chronological Table of Alfred Tennyson’s Life and Chief Publications    xxvii

            Abbreviations   xxxii



            73        Mariana           

            78        Supposed Confessions of a Second-Rate Sensitive Mind          

            86        Song [A spirit haunts the year’s last hours]       

            88        A Character    

            97        The Dying Swan          

113      The Kraken     

159      The Lady of Shalott          

160      Mariana in the South    

163      Fatima 

164      Œnone

166      To –. With the Following Poem

167      The Palace of Art        

170      The Lotos-Eaters         

173      A Dream of Fair Women         

183      To J.S.

199      The Eagle        

205      Sir Launcelot and Queen Guinevere     

209      The Two Voices          

210      St Simeon Stylites        

216      On a Mourner 

217      Ulysses

218      Tithon [Appx I]           

225      The Epic         

226      Morte d’Arthur

227      ‘Oh! that ’twere possible’ [Appx I]      

228      ‘Break, break, break’ 

234      Sir Galahad     

241      The Day-Dream          


                          The Sleeping Palace   

                          The Sleeping Beauty  

                          The Arrival    

                          The Revival   

                          The Departure           




261      ‘Move eastward, happy earth, and leave’         

265      A Farewell      

271      Locksley Hall  

274      Audley Court   

275      Edwin Morris

276      The Golden Year         

277      The Vision of Sin         

286      The Princess    

296      In Memoriam A. H. H.

299      To the Queen  

301      To E. L., on His Travels in Greece       

309      Ode on the Death of the Duke of Wellington    

310      Will     

311      The Daisy        

312      To the Rev. F. D. Maurice       

315      The Charge of the Light Brigade           

316      Maud  

324      Tithonus          

326      In the Valley of Cauteretz         

330      Enoch Arden   

334      Hendecasyllabics         

344      Northern Farmer, New style    

349      ‘Flower in the crannied wall’    

357      In the Garden at Swainston&nbBattle of Brunanburh    

377      Prefatory Poem to My Brother’s Sonnets         

384      To Alfred Tennyson My Grandson       

385      ‘Frater Ave atque Vale’           

394      To Virgil          

398      To E. FitzGerald          

400      The Dead Prophet       

417      Locksley Hall Sixty Years After           

423      To Ulysses      

425      To Mary Boyle

426      Far – Far – Away        

427      To the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava     

430      Parnassus        

434      The Roses on the Terrace        

450      June Bracken and Heather       

462      Crossing the Bar          



463      Dedication       

464      The Coming of Arthur

                        The Round Table:

465      Gareth and Lynette      

466      The Marriage of Geraint           

467      Geraint and Enid          

468      Balin and Balan

469      Merlin and Vivien        

470      Lancelot and Elaine      

471      The Holy Grail 

472      Pelleas and Ettarre       

473      The Last Tournament   

474      Guinevere        

475      The Passing of Arthur  

476      To the Queen  



I. Alternative Drafts     

The Princess    

In Memoriam A. H. H.

To the Queen [1851]   

Maud: ‘Oh! that ’twere possible’         

Tithonus: Tithon           

Idylls of the King         

II. Contents pages of the Complete Edition       

Index of Titles and First Lines