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Explain how word sorting can be used to assist students' transition from the orthographic phase to the morphological phase of word recognition.
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All Children Read: Teaching for Literacy in Today's Diverse Classrooms


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For orthographic readers, word sorting should follow a progression from beginning consonant sounds to short vowel phonogram patterns, to initial consonant blends, to long vowel phonogram patterns. Once children are comfortable with sorting monosyllabic words by onsets and rimes, introduce two-syllable words, then compound words, then words with inflectional endings to develop the awareness of lexical and grammatical morphemes needed at the morphological phase of word recognition.
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