[MOSAIC] Mosaic Digest, Vol 12, Issue 32

Dixon,Janett dixonj at uwa.edu
Fri Aug 31 14:58:59 EDT 2007


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Today's Topics:

   1. list was offline today (Keith Mack)
   2. Re: second grade homework (The Plumtree)
   3. Re: list was offline today (The Plumtree)
   4. Re: second grade homework (Debbie Goodis)
   5. Words Their Way (Joy)
   6. Re: Words Their Way (Laura Rieben)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 19:51:24 -0700
From: "Keith Mack" <kmack at literacyworkshop.org>
Subject: [MOSAIC] list was offline today
To: "'Mosaic: A Reading Comprehension Strategies Email Group'"
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Just wanted to let everyone know that we've been hit pretty hard with the
recent spam attacks and also had a hacker issue today. This caused our list
to go offline for most of today (Thur, Aug. 30). I think we've solved most
of the problems and our Mosaic list should be running fine now.

If you sent a message to Mosic today and it didn't post, please consider
sending it again.

Thanks for your patience,

Keith Mack
Web Administrator for Mosaic List Group
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Message: 2
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 20:28:50 -0700
From: "The Plumtree" <theplumtrees at msn.com>
Subject: Re: [MOSAIC] second grade homework
To: "Mosaic: A Reading Comprehension Strategies Email Group"
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Karen this is what is being said about the 4th edition to the Words Their
Way book.  Want to get it and share the cost.

Marti


>I bought the fourth edition; not only does it have a CD with assessments,
>sorts, and games, but it also comes with a DVD that explains the process
>and shows the various level activities in action. Well worth the cost.
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Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 20:29:26 -0700
From: "The Plumtree" <theplumtrees at msn.com>
Subject: Re: [MOSAIC] list was offline today
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Thank you for taking care of this matter.

Marti
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From: "Keith Mack" <kmack at literacyworkshop.org>
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Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2007 7:51 PM
Subject: [MOSAIC] list was offline today


> Just wanted to let everyone know that we've been hit pretty hard with the
> recent spam attacks and also had a hacker issue today. This caused our
> list
> to go offline for most of today (Thur, Aug. 30). I think we've solved most
> of the problems and our Mosaic list should be running fine now.
>
> If you sent a message to Mosic today and it didn't post, please consider
> sending it again.
>
> Thanks for your patience,
>
> Keith Mack
> Web Administrator for Mosaic List Group
> http://www.literacyworkshop.org <http://www.literacyworkshop.org/> 
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Message: 4
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2007 21:17:19 -0700 (PDT)
From: Debbie Goodis <mrs_goodis at yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: [MOSAIC] second grade homework
To: "Mosaic: A Reading Comprehension Strategies Email Group"
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Hi Marti,
I got the book with the CD. It's great! I actually found a brand new book from Borders at a garage sale for 50 cents and exchanged it for the WTW book. So I got it for "free." I was very excited.

The Plumtree <theplumtrees at msn.com> wrote: Karen this is what is being said about the 4th edition to the Words Their
Way book.  Want to get it and share the cost.

Marti


>I bought the fourth edition; not only does it have a CD with assessments,
>sorts, and games, but it also comes with a DVD that explains the process
>and shows the various level activities in action. Well worth the cost.
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Message: 5
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2007 03:24:56 -0700 (PDT)
From: Joy <jwidmann at rocketmail.com>
Subject: [MOSAIC] Words Their Way
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I taught my class how to sort by printing the inflected ending sheet where they sort for the sound of -ed. This was a good choice for my class, the students at the lower levels could do it, and the kids at the derivational level seemed OK with the level of ease. They were also engaged in the game I created with the CD (although I wish I could add my own words as easily as the words they give.) The word hunt went smoother than I thought it would, and the speed sort brought out their competive nature that I haven't seen yet this year.
  
  We worked on this three days, they caught on fairly quickly, and were engaged in what they were doing. I was even able to pull my student who is at the letter name stage aside and teach him to sort at his level. I'm concerned because he is at that stage all by himself, and will not have a group to work with, since the next level includes students at the end of the within word stage. I can't see holding them back, and there is no way he could work at their level.
  
  What do those of you who are using WTW do when you have a situation that is so clearly defined?



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Message: 6
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2007 07:29:59 -0400
From: "Laura Rieben" <ljrieben at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [MOSAIC] Words Their Way
To: "Mosaic: A Reading Comprehension Strategies Email Group"
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I had a second grade girl who was way above the rest of the class.  I sent
her next door to a teacher who had a small group she could join.

On 8/31/07, Joy <jwidmann at rocketmail.com> wrote:
>
> I taught my class how to sort by printing the inflected ending sheet where
> they sort for the sound of -ed. This was a good choice for my class, the
> students at the lower levels could do it, and the kids at the derivational
> level seemed OK with the level of ease. They were also engaged in the game I
> created with the CD (although I wish I could add my own words as easily as
> the words they give.) The word hunt went smoother than I thought it would,
> and the speed sort brought out their competive nature that I haven't seen
> yet this year.
>
>   We worked on this three days, they caught on fairly quickly, and were
> engaged in what they were doing. I was even able to pull my student who is
> at the letter name stage aside and teach him to sort at his level. I'm
> concerned because he is at that stage all by himself, and will not have a
> group to work with, since the next level includes students at the end of the
> within word stage. I can't see holding them back, and there is no way he
> could work at their level.
>
>   What do those of you who are using WTW do when you have a situation that
> is so clearly defined?
>
>
>
>                 Joy/NC/4
>   jwidmann at rocketmail.com
>   How children learn is as important as what they learn: process and
> content go hand in hand. http://www.responsiveclassroom.org <http://www.responsiveclassroom.org/> 
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
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> knows.
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