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Contents Foreword Phonics and the Common Words Teaching and learning spelling are progressive processes, which are structured in this scheme, marrying phonics with ‘common words’. Children learn best when spelling is taught systematically and in a structured manner over time. Spelling needs explicit instruction for the majority of children, particularly for those who fail to ‘catch it’ because of inherent difficulties. The NLS Framework for Teaching (Beard 1998) recommended that successful management of the teaching of spelling should include structured teaching, which involves the following, all of which are an integral part in the My Spelling Workbook series: • making it clear what has to be learnt • dividing material into manageable chunks • teaching in a well considered sequence • the use of material in which children make use of hunches and prompts • regular testing for progress • immediate feedback Matching Teaching Methods to Learning Styles This phonic based, multisensory spelling series introduces strategies that feature Look, Say, Trace, Cover, Write and Check. The series promotes independent learning of spelling in context and features a proven metacognitive approach to spelling. The metacognitive approach encompasses logical and systematic thinking, combined with the skills of visualisation, emotion and creativity. Through using all aspects of thinking, children not only learn how to spell but also learn how to retain and use these words in context. Success with this series is achieved through the reinforcement activities provided in the My Spelling Workbook series. These workbooks cover the strategies in a fun, creative way ensuring that both the child and the teacher enjoy the learning process. The Teachers Guides provide the metacognitive strategies. These are clearly outlined using flash cards, assessment sheets, extra activities, guidelines for use with children with special needs, extension activities for more able children, dictation, word lists and answers. Each workbook contains 18 lists of phonic based, commonly used words to develop a base vocabulary for primary school children. These help to develop independent spellers through a variety of activities including: • • • • •

word building memory tests word study word puzzles discovering patterns in words.

Teacher Information ................................................. iii – vi Curriculum Links..............................................................1

Timetable – a suggested timetable that can be adapted to suit different class needs. Spelling Timetable............................................................2 Blank Timetable...............................................................3

Metacognitive approach resources – an approach which encourages children to become successful independent spellers and thinkers. Teachers Notes............................................................4–5 Question Type Charts..................................................6–13

Core photocopiable resources – a range of resources which can be used regularly throughout a spelling programme. Word Building...............................................................14 Spelling Partners............................................................15 List Words (Book F).................................................16–17

Supplementary resources – extra ideas to support a spelling programme, covering a range of ability levels. Additional Activities..................................................18–23 Children with Special Needs......................................24–25 New Words...................................................................26 Spelling Extension..........................................................27

Incentives – photocopiable games to encourage better spelling and certificates to reward progress. Spelling Games.......................................................28–30 Certificates....................................................................31

Assessment – photocopiable worksheets for recording of results by teachers/children. Teachers Notes..............................................................32 Pre-test/Post-test Template..............................................33 Individual Word Checklist..........................................34–36 Anecdotal Records.........................................................37 Test Checklist.................................................................38

Teachers Notes for each unit – two pages for each unit, providing list focus, dictation, word building, additional activities and answers. Units 1–18 Answers.................................................39–75 Workbook Pages (Book F)......................................76–149 List Words (whole series).....................................150–156

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Teacher Information Each workbook contains 18 spelling units. Each unit is made up of four pages, with each unit containing: • a list of 22 words to be learned, focusing on one or more phonic word patterns and two commonly used words • word building and word study activities • revision words from the previous workbook.

The first page of each unit contains the list words. Before the children see the list, it is recommended that the words are pre-tested. This can be used as a benchmark for how well the children learn the list or which words they need to focus on throughout the unit.

Each word list table has a series of columns. After learning each word, the children should hide their word with their hand and write it in the first ‘Practise’ column. This should be repeated after a few days, but written into the second ‘Practise’ column. To help evaluate the children’s progress, if the child spells the word correctly in their test, a tick should be placed in the ‘T’ column. A tick should be placed in the ‘D’ column if the child spells the word correctly in their dictation. Problem words can be recorded in the ‘Difficult Words I Have Found’ table on page 74, for additional learning.

Look, Say, Trace, Cover, Write, Check – This represents the basic method recommended for word learning. Children should follow this multisensory process when learning each word. It is a proven method of retaining a word in the memory and should be a procedure that is followed consistently, to assist with the learning of further words.

Look, Say, Trace, Cover, Write, Check Look at the word. Look for words within words. Look at the shape of the word.

Say each letter aloud: either as its letter name or sound.

Trace each letter as the sound is said. This will reinforce the kinaesthetic movement and sound pattern and becomes a physical and auditory memory.

Cover the word. (A time factor can be built into this part. Test after one minute, 10 minutes, one hour, the next day etc.)

Write the spelling word.

Check the word with the original.

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Teacher Information Each unit contains word building and word study activities. A bank of activities is used throughout the book, including: • • • • • • • •

unjumbling words word worms finding small words crosswords word searches synonyms antonyms and many more.

A word building template is found on page 14 of this book. This can be used for each unit of words. Word building examples for every list word are found on pages 39–75 of this book.

The unit list is also repeated for further reference on the third page of each unit, along with a revision list of words from the previous level of My Spelling Workbook. It is recommended that revision tests are used on a regular basis to ensure previous list words are kept current in the child’s memory.

The fourth page of each unit includes Additional Activities to be done in the child’s spelling pad. Their aim is to provide children with several opportunities to write the list words and to use them in various ways. These activities can be used with any of the units in the book.

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For every spelling list, remember to:

Look

Say

Trace

Cover

Write

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Curriculum Links

Country

Level

Subject

Objectives Word Structure and Spelling

England

Year 6

Literacy

Northern Ireland

Year 7

Language and Literacy

• spell familiar words correctly and employ a range of strategies to spell difficult and unfamiliar words Writing • use a variety of skills to spell words correctly Competence and Confidence in Using Language

Republic of Ireland

5th Class

English

Scotland

Primary 7

Literacy and English

• observe the conventions of spelling in their writing • use dictionaries and thesauruses to extend and develop vocabulary and spelling Writing (Third Level) • use a range of strategies and resources independently and ensure that spelling, including specialist vocabulary, is accurate Writing

Wales

Year 6

English

• develop and use a variety of strategies to enable them to spell correctly

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Spelling Timetable Teachers can use the activities in My Spelling Workbook to suit the needs of their class and the amount of time available for spelling. A 10-day spelling programme for each list is suggested below, as a way of using this workbook. It allows for 25 minutes each day, which could be a combination of class work and homework. Teachers may wish to add or delete from this timetable, according to their needs. This timetable is based on a metacognitive approach, which is explained in detail on the following pages. Daily partner testing is a key feature of the timetable, allowing children to practise 3–5 list words at a time. A worksheet for recording partner test results is provided on page 15.

DAY ONE

DAY SIX

• Pre-test list and introduce words using metacognition strategies • Use Look, Say, Trace, Cover, Write and Check to practise writing words from memory • Transfer any words from the previous list to ‘Difficult Words I Have Found’ • Begin crossword • Partner test 1 (3 – 5 words) (see page 15)

• Partner test 6 (3–5 words) • Revise the patterns for this list using the metacognitive approach • Brainstorm other words that follow the same patterns • Spelling game or activity • Begin word search

DAY TWO

DAY SEVEN

• • • • •

• Complete word search • Spelling game or activity • Partner test 7 (‘Difficult Words I Have Found’)

Partner test 2 (3–5 words) Spelling game or activity (see pages 28–30) Revise the patterns for this list Complete page 2 activities Begin to make list of ‘Difficult Words I Have Found’

DAY THREE

DAY EIGHT

• • • •

• • • •

Complete a partner activity (see pages 20–23) Complete Additional Activities Begin page 3 activities Partner test 3 (‘Difficult Words I Have Found’)

Partner test 8 (3–5 words) Spelling game or activity Complete page 4 activities Begin word building (see page 14)

DAY FOUR

DAY NINE

• Partner test 4 (3–5 words) • Complete a partner activity • Continue with page 3 activities

• Dictation passages (see pages 39–75) • Partner test 9 (‘Difficult Words I Have Found’) • Complete word building

DAY FIVE

DAY TEN

• Spelling game or activity • Dictation passages (see pages 39–75) • Partner test 5 (‘Difficult Words I Have Found’)

• • • • •

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Partner test 10 (3–5 words) Test of list words (see page 33) Recording of scores and self-evaluation Revision of list words Informal activities (see pages 20–23)

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Blank Timetable Use the blank timetable below to plan a spelling programme for your class.

DAY ONE

DAY SIX

DAY TWO

DAY SEVEN

DAY THREE

DAY EIGHT

DAY FOUR

DAY NINE

DAY FIVE

DAY TEN

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Metacognitive Approach Aim: To encourage children to become successful independent spellers and thinkers. Introductory Stage • Each category of question (Clarifying, Literal, Inferential, Personal, Visualising, Predictive, Summarising and Reflective) should be explained to the children. It is important that they understand what kind of question they are asking. • Not all cards will be relevant in every situation. On occasion, they will be. • Some of the questions may appear to be the same but are repeated under different categories. This is because the context is different and this should be explained to the children.

Preparation Stage • The teacher chooses a suitable spelling word. A word that encompasses all the categories of questions is better. However, it should be stressed that not all categories are relevant to every word. For example, ‘yesterday’. • The cards are displayed for all children to see. Teachers might prefer to enlarge the cards to A3 when photocopying or laminate them. (See pages 6–13).

Modelling Stage • The teacher models a word, for example, ‘yesterday’. The teacher demonstrates the thinking process involved by applying the questions suggested in the relevant categories and ‘talking’ through his or her answers. • Allowing children to interact with the teacher using this process can be very productive.

Explanation of Question Types Clarifying questions are questions that make words, phrases or concepts clear and understandable. For example: What is the word?

yesterday

What does this word mean?

the day before today

Does it have an easily recognisable root?

day

Can the word be broken into smaller sounds?

yes­—ter—day Literal questions are questions that have a straightforward answer found in the text. For example: What is the tricky part of the word?

ter

Is there a rule for this word?

no Inferential questions are questions that ask you to deduce answers from the text. For example: Can I think of some other way to help remember how to spell this word?

break the word into three little words: yes, ter, day

Personal questions are questions that are relevant to oneself. For example: Is there a rhythm in the word?

yes

Is there a familiar sound in this word?

ay

Is this a word that I need to learn to spell?

yes, because I use this word regularly

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Metacognitive Approach Visualising questions are questions that require you to ‘see’ the word or shape in your mind. For example: Close your eyes.

Can I see the word inside my head?

yes/no

Can I see the shape of the word?

Predictive questions are questions that require you to forecast a possible outcome. For example: Can I give another word with a similar spelling?

today has the same ending

Can I spell this word?

yes/no

Can I write it from memory and say each letter as I do it?

t–o–d–a–y Summarising questions are questions that demand a reiteration and understanding of what went before. For example: Can I state the rule for this word?

there isn’t a rule

Can I make a sentence for this word?

yes – Yesterday I went swimming with my friend.

Can I write this word in a dictated passage?

yes/no Reflective questions review the strategies used to learn new words and how you feel about your progress. For example: How did I do?

happy/reasonably happy/unhappy

Were my choices of strategies effective?

yes/no

Will learning how to spell this word help me to spell other words?

yes/no

Was there anybody or anything that could have helped me?

I could have used a dictionary or got my family to test me.

How do I feel?

happy/reasonably happy/unhappy

The ‘Reflective Questions’ card should be used as a challenge for every child. It is designed to extend the more successful speller. It also offers the opportunity for individuals to recognise their own areas of strengths and weaknesses. This card should be used either at the end of the lesson or after the dictation to reflect on success and to set new goals for themselves. The following pages contain a set of cards for encouraging this way of thinking.

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Can the word be broken into smaller sounds?

Does it have an easily recognisable root?

What does this word mean?

Clarifying Questions

FLASH CARD


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Is there a rule for this word?

What is the tricky part of the word?

Literal Questions

FLASH CARD


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Can I think of some other way to help remember how to spell this word?

Inferential Questions

FLASH CARD


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Is this a word that I need to learn to spell?

Is there a familiar sound in this word?

Is there a rhythm in the word?

Personal Questions

FLASH CARD


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Can I see the shape of the word?

Can I see the word in my head?

Visualising Questions

FLASH CARD


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Can I write it from memory and say each letter as I do it?

Can I spell this word?

Can I give another word with a similar spelling?

Predictive Questions

FLASH CARD


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Can I write this word in a dictated passage?

Can I make a sentence for this word?

Can I state the rule for this word?

Summarising Questions

FLASH CARD


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How do I feel?

Was there anybody or anything that could have helped me?

Will learning how to spell this word help me to spell other words?

Were my choices of strategies effective?

How did I do?

Reflective Questions

FLASH CARD


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es

ed

ing

y

er

less

ly

Make a new word by adding an ending.

Word Building

= = = = = = = = = = =

+ + + + + + + + + + +

able

=

est

iest

+

ful

ier

sion

Can you make more words by adding a different ending?

tion


Spelling Partners Name:

My partner’s name:

Remember to ask how many words you will be tested on each day.

Date:

1. Give your partner your list words.

2. Write the date and get ready for your test.

3. Your partner will slowly read each word twice.

4. When you are finished, read through your words again then hand them to your partner. 5. Your partner will mark your test, put on the score and hand it back to you.

Total:

6. Good luck!

Name:

My partner’s name:

Remember to ask how many words you will be tested on each day.

Date:

1. Give your partner your list words.

2. Write the date and get ready for your test.

3. Your partner will slowly read each word twice. 4. When you are finished, read through your words again then hand them to your partner. 5. Your partner will mark your test, put on the score and hand it back to you.

Total:

6. Good luck!

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List Words

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Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

winner writer partner officer discover centre fibre theatre mirror calculator actor tutor cellar dollar popular particular humour labour harbour flavour diamond definitely

transport transfer transplant transit transmit telescope telephone teletext telepathy telegraph automatic automation autopsy autobiography autograph automobile antiseptic antidote antibiotic anticlockwise fulfil reference

author authority dinosaur cause caution astronaut haunted launch applaud exhaust laundry caught taught daughter naughty ought nought thought fought sought preparation accidentally

Unit 4

Unit 5

Unit 6

Unit 7

Unit 8

scissors pyjamas spectacles binoculars goggles pliers species series trousers scales shears tongs salmon deer moose trout athletics aircraft innings tweezers carry surprised

indicate translate hesitate accurate extreme delete scene arrive polite umpire describe decide demote decode choke froze refuge perfume schedule costume scan circulate

mushroom monsoon cartoon tablespoon snooze curfew corkscrew withdrew screwdriver coupon wound youth group mousse chop suey gruesome cruise suitable recruit pursuit sixty Africa

bauble ceremony merry artificial celebration cranberry exciting shepherd fireplace television pantomime seasonal chestnuts invitation ribbon skiing skating snowboard sledging Nativity without idea

toothache worthwhile eyesight wavelength goosebumps hairstyle lifestyle whiteboard skateboard keyboard guidelines spreadsheet typeset copyright nightmare newspaper supermarket afterwards worldwide therefore computer program

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Unit 11

Unit 12

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magazine trampoline quarantine engine imagine examine medicine advise promise crevice service favourite definite opposite attractive positive negative explosive expensive detective monitor parallel

barbecue fondue continue tissue rescue analogue duel refuel issue subdue fewer renew skewer mildew viewed viewpoint review beauty beautiful queue body eighty

wrote wretch wrestle answer kneel yolk guide thumb plumber tongue shoulder boulder yacht column knead debt folk guard rhythm wharf emergency accept

almost already almighty altogether welcome welfare until instil delightful powerful awful useful careful fearful graceful hopeful skilful thankful watchful wonderful either neither

chocolate colourful climate annual calories aroma dying decorate variety temperature yellow buffet confectionery disciples indulge irresistible tempting symbol gorge ritual lettuce onion

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Unit 16

Unit 17

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fashion cushion description collection population multiplication imagination information composition vaccination pension tension extension expression admission discussion concussion permission social official country trouble

available enjoyable comfortable reasonable forgivable flammable remarkable advisable noticeable valuable reversible flexible horrible digestible edible visible sensible audible legible divisible forgotten separate

serious curious envious various ambitious precious conscious suspicious delicious anxious nervous famous jealous dangerous marvellous tremendous fabulous generous enormous numerous picture occurred

chase sense release grease purchase increase surface bounce announce ambulance convince fierce tomato fiasco potato piano echo volcano patio ratio multimedia email

traveller cheque exchange luggage carousel foreign hurricane tsunami typhoon abroad heatwave humidity sultry malaria terminal sweat centigrade thermometer degree mosquito thousand double

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Additional Activities The following activities and games have been provided for your use as additional support to the spelling programme. They are a guide and can be developed to suit any class, programme or teaching style. Choose from the following activities and games if not already covered in the particular list being treated. Six photocopiable spelling games can be found on pages 28–30.

Individual Activities Word Study – Useful for developing familiarity with the list words. Strategy Examples Word Shapes:

grapes =

pla

n

Word Snakes: splumvs rape afe sc eg o

plum =

ni

c

• Make word shapes, word snakes or word sums for list words.

mi

chas

ematec

gh

a

ic ep

Word Sums: s + end = send; bl + end = blend

• Find small words in list words. • Write the list words in alphabetical order or reverse alphabetical order. • Write list words with eyes closed or from memory.

For example: strawberry – straw, berry, raw, be

• Sort words according to different criteria.

For example: sort by initial/final letters; number of letters; number of syllables; number of vowels; number of consonants; parts of speech; rhyming/non-rhyming or by children’s own choice.

• Find antonyms, synonyms or homophones for the list words.

For example: hot/cold close/shut bare/bear

• Make word builders by adding ‘s’, ‘ed’, ‘ing’, ‘er’, ‘est’, etc.

For example: walk – walks, walked, walking

• Write list words in sentences or as a question.

For example: Did you hear the announcement to board the plane?

• Write definitions for list words.

These can be either looked up in a dictionary, or written in the child’s own words, and then checked.

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Additional Activities Individual Activities Word Study – Useful for developing familiarity with the list words. Strategy Examples • Write the base words for the list words.

For example: the base word for sensible = sense

• Study and find word origins for list words.

For example: audience comes from a Latin word ‘audire’ which means to hear.

• Hidden words – using the letters in a word to make as many new words as possible.

For example: neighbours – house, neigh, nigh, bin, rough, bore etc.

• Rank words in level of difficulty in learning to spell.

For example:

• Write a paragraph using a set number of list words.

For example: use grapes, picnic and shade in a paragraph—When we got to the park, we sat in the shade. We spread out a blanket and ate our picnic. My favourite food was grapes.

• Find words which have homographs (words which look the same, but have different meanings).

For example: bear/bear rock/rock

• Anagrams of list words or search for any others.

For example: nap is an anagram of pan; dance is an anagram of caned

• Write plurals for the list words.

lace 4 plane 2 snake 1 case 3

Discuss exceptions to the rule of simply adding ‘s’; for example, sheep, children.

• Discuss adding ‘ed’ and ‘ing’ and how this changes the tense of words.

For example: jumped and jumping – jumped is past tense, jumping is present tense

• Discover common prefixes and suffixes for words.

For example: un-, dis-, -ly, -ment

• Missing vowels – write list words with missing vowels. Children guess which words they are.

For example: m ss ng = missing

• Children write their words as a rebus.

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Additional Activities Informal Activities Useful for the reinforcement of the list words in a less formal approach. Strategy Examples • Make theme booklets and illustrate.

Books could be about prefixes, colours, transport, the sea etc.

• Clap the number of syllables in words. • Make bookmarks with difficult words or list words.

• Outline words.

lace chase hate mate

For example:

• Make concept words.

For example:

• Write list words in the shape of a list word.

For example:

dictionar y

could be the shape for: when, chin, show etc. • Use bright colours to trace list words.

Partner and Group Activities Partner activities – Develops cooperation and increases knowledge of list words. Strategy Examples • Make ‘What am I?’ clues.

For example:

• Make memory helpers for list words.

For example: a piece of pie

• Invent mnemonics.

For example: said = Sally Anne is dancing; because = big elephants can always upset small elephants

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I am a reptile. I have no legs. I shed my skin. My bite can be poisonous. What am I? A snake

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Additional Activities Partner and Group Activities Partner activities – Develops cooperation and increases knowledge of list words. Strategy Examples • Children make their own read-and-illustrate activities to swap with a partner.

• Jumble words and swap with a partner.

For example: ‘school’ becomes ‘oslhco’. As an extra challenge, children can create jumbled words that can be pronounced.

• Jumble sentences using list words and swap with a partner.

For example: ‘The cat sat on the mat’ becomes ‘Eht tca tas no eht tma’. Children who need a challenge could also jumble the order of the words around!

• Make word searches or crossword puzzles on grid paper and swap with a partner.

This can be simply done by making a grid, and inserting the list of spelling words horizontally and vertically. Any gaps are filled with random letters in a word search or coloured black in a crossword.

• Make yes/no questions or true/false statements containing list words and swap with a partner.

For example: ‘Is a frog a reptile?’ ‘Do we see clouds in the sky?’

• Word dominoes

Word dominoes can be made by breaking list words in half (ones that have a common ending or beginning).

For example: ch

ase

ch

ill

• Trace list words on partner’s back—partner guesses which spelling word was traced.

• Cut pairs of list words in half and rejoin them. Children then see if their partner can guess the words.

For example: picket blannic = picnic blanket

• Guess the word – Give a partner the first letter of a word chosen from the spelling list. The partner then has to guess the word before the whole word is revealed, one letter at a time.

For example, the beginning of a game using the word ‘plane’ would look like this:

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Additional Activities Partner and Group Activities Shared Group Activities – Encourages the exchange of personal list words, therefore broadening the child’s word base. Strategy Examples • Make a word bank following the same sound pattern or rule as particular list words. Work as individuals, partners, small groups or a whole class.

For example: A list of words that end in ‘ight’: tight, right, flight, might, sight; Words that end with a silent ‘e’: made, same, shake.

• Put list words into sentences – individually or as a whole class.

For example: each word could be written on a piece of card. Children can take one card each, and put themselves in a line so the order of words makes sense. Cards with common words like ‘a’, ‘and’, ‘the’, will need to be used also.

Partner and Group Activities Class or Group Games – Useful for the reinforcement of the list words in a less formal approach. Strategy Examples • Simple class spelling competitions.

For example: a ‘Difficult Word of the Day’ competition, where the class try to spell a challenging word.

• ‘Hunter’

Use individual books, charts, shared stories, poems etc. to find a particular spelling pattern or rule being treated.

• Play concentration, fish, word bingo or tic tac toe.

In tic tac toe, each player uses a list of words with a common sound as their ‘noughts and crosses’. For example, in the game below, player one used a bank of ‘sh-’ words; player two used a bank of ‘-all’ words. call

wall

ball

she

ship

shock

• Play hangman or a similar game, called ‘Shannon’s Game’.

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In ‘Shannon’s Game’, children need to guess the letters in the correct order in which they occur in each word.

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Additional Activities Partner and Group Activities Class or Group Games – Useful for the reinforcement of the list words in a less formal approach. Strategy Examples • ‘Guess My Word’.

Children ask questions that require a yes/no response to guess the mystery spelling word.

• Play ‘Celebrity Head Words’, picture clue words or charades.

‘Celebrity Head Words’

• Magazine hunt for list words.

Choose a number of words to focus on for a week. Children can also search for these in newspapers or any other reading material in the classroom. Children can circle or underline words they find. At the end of the week, children can count their score and share the sentences they found.

• Play a game similar to ‘Memory’ using the small words within compound words written on cards.

For example: butter + fly; foot + ball

• Children write quiz questions for list words, and give them to a friend to solve. A ‘quiz night’ could also be held using multiple lists.

For example: What can burn us, but also gives us warmth? (fire)

• Children write clues to match their list words. Hold a small competition each day to see who can solve the puzzle first.

For example: Add ‘basket’ to ‘ball’ = basketball. Take ‘er’ from ‘mother’ = moth.

Child uses a headband to hold a card with a list word on their head. They ask questions of the class, which can only be answered yes or no. For example, Does the word end in ‘t’?

Also refer to pages 28–30 for photocopiable spelling games. Books of other photocopiable spelling games are available from Prim-Ed Publishing:

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Children with Special Needs The spelling activities in My Spelling Workbook can be modified or added to for children with special needs. Some additional suggestions are included below for children with learning difficulties. The worksheet on page 26 is designed for children who fall into this category. Children in need of extension will benefit from many of the suggestions included in the Additional Activities pages of this book. Page 27 also contains an opportunity for spelling extension.

Strategies For Children With Learning Difficulties Strategy Examples • Encourage children to ‘have a go’ and take risks with approximate spelling.

For example, using ‘have a go’ pads or spelling journals for children to try out their spelling when writing stories etc.

• Encourage as much reading as possible.

Include different sources of print around the classroom for children to find correct spelling. For example: opposites, colours, favourite sayings, days of the week.

• Break each spelling list into shorter lists based on similar spelling patterns.

For example these list words could be broken up as follows: brake, shake, snake; base, case, chase; plate, mate, hate.

• Longer words can be ‘chunked’ (broken into chunks) to assist spelling, rather than conventional syllables.

For example, cent i pede, el ec tric, in vent ing. Children should be encouraged to choose how to chunk the words themselves, so as to suit each child’s preferred learning style.

• Emphasise spelling rules.

For example: magic ‘e’, ‘i’ before ‘e’ except after ‘c’

• Encourage children to look at difficult words, focus on the problem part, close their eyes, and then write it.

For example: the problem part of night might be ‘igh’

• Write list words on graph paper, cut out the letters, and then build the word from the cut-out letters.

c

a

t

c

h

• Write the list words, leaving out some letters. Complete the words the next day.

For example: c

• Find words that rhyme with the list words. Underline them if they are spelt the same.

For example: goat – note, boat, wrote, float

• Prepare a cloze passage, deleting list words. Children select the correct word to go in the correct space.

For example: ‘dinosaurs’ and ‘plants’ might fit into: Many ate .

• Use sentence frames to develop a spelling vocabulary of list words.

For example: We took plates to the picnic. We took sandwiches to the picnic.

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m

e

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Children with Special Needs Strategies For Children With Learning Difficulties Strategy Examples • Use games like word bingo and word quizzes.

Word Bingo Children copy words on bingo cards, checking their spelling, then cover words with counters on their cards if the word is called. Word Quizzes Using a word list, children write the correct word. For example, Write the word ending in ‘ade’; Write the word with ‘ire’ in the middle.

• Make new words by writing letters in front of a sound.

For example: ‘ine’ could be added to with ‘v’, ‘tw’, ‘f’, ‘m’, ‘n’, etc.

• Make alphabet books to use as personal dictionaries.

Children write any difficult words they have found under each letter.

• Play snap with compound word parts, prefixes and suffixes.

For example: ‘foot’ matches with ‘ball’; ‘tele’ matches with ‘phone’; ‘govern’ matches with ‘ment’

• Use list words to make spelling ladders, with each word starting with the letter which ends the word before.

For example:

• Decorate or illustrate list words.

Children can draw pictures and ask other children to guess which word they have drawn; or simply make words into patterns.

• Write list words using string or pipe cleaners.

Children can make each letter, or just the word shape.

• Use magnetic letters to form words from memory on a board.

• Write list words in sand or salt.

• Use list words to build other words.

l

e

t

t

e

r

Children could also trace words on a desk or sandpaper. Discussing whether word shapes are ‘tall’ or ‘small’ could follow. For example, using the word ‘are’:

b • Make simple designs using the list words written end to end.

s n a k e a c h

,

c

,

n’t

Use shapes like circles, triangles and spirals.

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New Words Name:

Date: My new word is:

1. (a) Say your word. (b) My word has

syllables.

(c) Write any small words that are in your word. 2. Write three things about your word. For example, what are the beginning, middle and last letters? Is it a verb, adjective, noun or adverb? etc. (a) (b) (c) 3. Write your word in a sentence. 4. Write a definition of your word. Use a dictionary to check your answer. 5. Cover your word. Write it from memory three times. Tick each time you wrote the word correctly. 6. Write words that rhyme with your word. 7. Write your word using fancy lettering. 26

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Spelling Extension Name:

Date:

My Extension Spelling Words

Synonyms of my words

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

My words in alphabetical order

More activities

Create a crosspatch with clues.

Find antonyms for the words.

Put the words into a short story.

Write a concrete (shape) poem using your words.

Use the words to write a recount.

Design an information poster researching some of your words.

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Spelling Games Secret Messages Write clues for eight of your spelling words. For example: Take ‘tr’ off ‘treasure’ and add ‘m’ = measure. Take ‘e’ from ‘open’, add ‘d’ and rearrange = pond. Can your partner guess the new words? Clue

Answer

Categories Write each list word in the correct box. Some words may be written more than once. Use the last page to write your own category for your list words. Words that are adjectives. r o e re th ith w s Word more syllables. Words with a prefix or suffix.

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Spelling Games Secret Code Choose five list words and write the letters on the grid without repeating any letters. Write the coordinates for each word, remembering to write the horizontal reference first. For example; (G,3). Can a friend work out all five words? 10 9 8

1.

7 6

2.

5

3.

4

4.

3

5.

2 Total words guessed correctly:

1 A B C D E F G H I

Which Word? With a partner, choose 10 list words. Both of you write the words on your own copy of this game. Each person circles one of the list words. Take turns asking each other questions in any order about the circled word. Tick each question as you ask it. The first person to guess their partner’s word wins! Hint: Make sure you cross out words as you ask each question. Questions

ADJECTIVE

Does your word start with Does your word have

? syllables?

VOWEL

Your 10 list words

Is your word an adjective? Does your word end with Does your word have

? vowels?

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Spelling Games Picture Clues With a partner, take turns using picture clues to try and guess list words. For example:

+

= laptop

Letter Lottery Write the alphabet on individual cards. In pairs, select twelve cards at random. You have five minutes to create as many words as possible from those cards. The person with the most real words wins.

Letters chosen

Number of words:

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Assessment There are many different ways to assess spelling. The pages that follow are provided to help support the My Spelling Workbook programme.

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Page 33 can be used for pre-tests at the beginning of each unit and again for the final assessment.

Pages 34–36 can be used to specifically record each word learned and the time taken to master a unit of words. Recording in this way may be useful for children with special needs, those with English as an additional language or for the whole class.

Individual spelling records can be kept using page 37. Pre-test and final test scores are recorded along with anecdotal notes. These notes can come together as an overview of the child’s progress in spelling during the 18 units and can be discussed during parent/ teacher conferences and in reports.

A record of spelling results for the whole class can be recorded on page 38.

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Assessment Name:

Date:

1.

9.

17.

2.

10.

18.

3.

11.

19.

4.

12.

20.

5.

13.

21.

6.

14.

22.

7.

15.

8.

16.

Total score:

/22

Date:

Name: 1.

9.

17.

2.

10.

18.

3.

11.

19.

4.

12.

20.

5.

13.

21.

6.

14.

22.

7.

15.

8.

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Assessment = can say word

Name: = can write word

List 1 Date begun:

List 2 Date begun:

List 3 Date begun:

winner

writer

transport

transfer

author

authority

partner

officer

transplant

transit

dinosaur

cause

discover

centre

transmit

telescope

caution

astronaut

fibre

theatre

telephone

teletext

haunted

launch

mirror

calculator

telepathy

telegraph

applaud

exhaust

actor

tutor

automatic

automation

laundry

caught

cellar

dollar

autopsy

autobiography

taught

daughter

popular

particular

autograph

automobile

naughty

ought

humour

labour

antiseptic

antidote

nought

thought

harbour

flavour

antibiotic

anticlockwise

fought

sought

diamond

definitely

fulfil

reference

preparation

accidentally

Date completed:

Date completed:

List 4 Date begun:

Date completed:

List 5 Date begun:

List 6 Date begun:

scissors

pyjamas

indicate

translate

mushroom

monsoon

spectacles

binoculars

hesitate

accurate

cartoon

tablespoon

goggles

pliers

extreme

delete

snooze

curfew

species

series

scene

arrive

corkscrew

withdrew

trousers

scales

polite

umpire

screwdriver

coupon

shears

tongs

describe

decide

wound

youth

salmon

deer

demote

decode

group

mousse

moose

trout

choke

froze

chop suey

gruesome

athletics

aircraft

refuge

perfume

cruise

suitable

innings

tweezers

schedule

costume

recruit

pursuit

carry

surprised

scan

circulate

sixty

Africa

Date completed:

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= has remembered correct spelling

Date completed:

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Name: = can say word

= can write word

List 7 Date begun:

= has remembered correct spelling

List 8 Date begun:

List 9 Date begun:

bauble

ceremony

toothache

worthwhile

magazine

trampoline

merry

artificial

eyesight

wavelength

quarantine

engine

celebration

cranberry

goosebumps

hairstyle

imagine

examine

exciting

shepherd

lifestyle

whiteboard

medicine

advise

fireplace

television

skateboard

keyboard

promise

crevice

pantomime

seasonal

guidelines

spreadsheet

service

favourite

chestnuts

invitation

typeset

copyright

definite

opposite

ribbon

skiing

nightmare

newspaper

attractive

positive

skating

snowboard

supermarket

afterwards

negative

explosive

sledging

Nativity

worldwide

therefore

expensive

detective

without

idea

computer

program

monitor

parallel

Date completed:

Date completed:

List 10 Date begun:

Date completed:

List 11 Date begun:

List 12 Date begun:

barbecue

fondue

wrote

wretch

almost

already

continue

tissue

wrestle

answer

almighty

altogether

rescue

analogue

kneel

yolk

welcome

welfare

duel

refuel

guide

thumb

until

instil

issue

subdue

plumber

tongue

delightful

powerful

fewer

renew

shoulder

boulder

awful

useful

skewer

mildew

yacht

column

careful

fearful

viewed

viewpoint

knead

debt

graceful

hopeful

review

beauty

folk

guard

skilful

thankful

beautiful

queue

rhythm

wharf

watchful

wonderful

body

eighty

emergency

accept

either

neither

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Name: = can write word

List 13 Date begun:

List 14 Date begun:

List 15 Date begun:

chocolate

colourful

fashion

cushion

available

enjoyable

climate

annual

description

collection

comfortable

reasonable

calories

aroma

population

multiplication

forgivable

flammable

dying

decorate

imagination

information

remarkable

advisable

variety

temperature

composition

vaccination

noticeable

valuable

yellow

buffet

pension

tension

reversible

flexible

confectionery

disciples

extension

expression

horrible

digestible

indulge

irresistible

admission

discussion

edible

visible

tempting

symbol

concussion

permission

sensible

audible

gorge

ritual

social

official

legible

divisible

lettuce

onion

country

trouble

forgotten

separate

Date completed:

Date completed:

List 16 Date begun:

Date completed:

List 17 Date begun:

List 18 Date begun:

serious

curious

chase

sense

traveller

cheque

envious

various

release

grease

exchange

luggage

ambitious

precious

purchase

increase

carousel

foreign

conscious

suspicious

surface

bounce

hurricane

tsunami

delicious

anxious

announce

ambulance

typhoon

abroad

nervous

famous

convince

fierce

heatwave

humidity

jealous

dangerous

tomato

fiasco

sultry

malaria

marvellous

tremendous

potato

piano

terminal

sweat

fabulous

generous

echo

volcano

centigrade

thermometer

enormous

numerous

patio

ratio

degree

mosquito

picture

occurred

multimedia

email

thousand

double

Date completed:

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Date completed:

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Final Test

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Contents Teachers Notes for each unit – two pages for each unit, providing list focus, dictation, word building, additional activities and answers. Unit 1 – er, re, or, ar, our...........................................40–41 Unit 2 – trans-, tele-, auto-, anti-...............................42–43 Unit 3 – au, augh, ough...........................................44–45 Unit 4 – Singular and Plural Nouns............................46–47 Unit 5 – Long Vowels...............................................48–49 Unit 6 – oo, ew, ou, ue, ui........................................50–51 Unit 7 – Christmas...................................................52–53 Unit 8 – Compound Words........................................54–55 Unit 9 – -ine, -ise, -ice, -ite, -ive................................56–57 Unit 10 – ue, ew, iew, eau, eue.................................58–59 Unit 11 – Silent Letters..............................................60–61 Unit 12 – al-, wel-, -til, -ful.......................................62–63 Unit 13 – Spring/Easter.............................................64–65 Unit 14 – sh, ti, si, ssi, ci..........................................66–67 Unit 15 – -able, -ible................................................68–69 Unit 16 – -ious, -ous................................................70–71 Unit 17 – -se, -ce, -o................................................72–73 Unit 18 – Summer....................................................74–75

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Unit 1

er‚ re‚ or‚ ar‚ our

List Words

Word Building

winner

winners, win, wins, won, winning, winningly, winningness

writer

writers, write, writes, written, wrote, writing

partner

partners, partnered, partnering, partnership, partnerships, partnerless

officer

officers

discover centre

discovers, discovering, discovered, discoverable, discoverer, discovery, discoveries centres, centred, centring, central, centralise/centralize, centralising/centralizing, centralised/centralized

fibre

fibres, fibred, fibreless, fibrous, fibrously, fibrousness

theatre

theatres, theatregoer, theatric, theatrical, theatrically

mirror

mirrors, mirroring, mirrored

calculator

calculators, calculate, calculates, calculating, calculated, calculation, calculative

actor

actors

tutor

tutors, tutoring, tutored, tutorless, tutorship, tutorage, tutorial

cellar

cellars, cellaring, cellared, cellarage

dollar

dollars

popular

particular humour labour

popularise/popularize, popularises/popularizes, popularising/popularizing, popularised/popularized, popularity, popularly particulars, particularise/particularize, particularising/ particularizing, particularised/particularized, particularity, particularly humours, humouring, humoured, humourless, humorous, humorously labours, labouring, laboured, labourer, laborious, laboriously

harbour

harbours, harbouring, harboured, harbourer, harbourless

flavour

flavours, flavouring, flavoured, flavourer, flavourless, flavoursome

diamond

diamonds, diamonding, diamonded

definitely

definite, definiteness

Revision Words giant

Word Building giants, giantess

energy

energies, energetic, energetically, energise/energize, energised/energized, energising/energizing

lounge

lounges, lounged, lounging

figure arrange

figures, figuring, figured, figurative, figuratively, figurehead, figureheads arranges, arranged, arranging, arrangement, arranger, rearrange

hydrogen gym change near between

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gyms, gymnasium, gymnasiums, gymnast, gymnasts, gymnastic, gymnastics changes, changed, changing, changer, changeable nearer, nearest; nears, nearing, neared; nearby, nearly

Unit Focus • This unit focuses on the graphemes ‘er’, ‘re’, ‘or’ ‘ar’ and ‘our’ to represent a sound (phoneme). • This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘diamond’ and ‘definitely’.

Teaching Points • Identify the phoneme and how it is represented. • Discuss any difficult parts of words. • Sort the list words to the graphemes and brainstorm other words to add to each list.

Rules • Double the consonant to keep the preceding vowel sound short. • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added. • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • With words ending in ‘our’ and ‘ous’, drop the ‘u’ before adding the suffixes ‘ous’, ‘ious’ or ‘ity’.

Dictation 1. The cafe at the harbour, with the huge mirror hanging on the back wall, serves the best ice-cream. My favourite flavour is definitely chocolate. 2. I still use a calculator to add up, even though I had a maths tutor all year. However I was the winner of the English prize so, as I love humour, I would love to become a comedy writer. 3. It was very hard labour for the workers, who spent all day down in the diamond mine and were only paid a dollar an hour. 4. ‘How did they discover who had murdered the woman found in the cellar?’ asked the officer. ‘Our police department found a particular fibre of material which matched the jacket worn by the accused man,’ said his partner. 5. He is such a popular actor that the play was quickly sold out, but we managed to book great seats right in the centre of the theatre.

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er‚ re‚ or‚ ar‚ our Answers 1. (a) officer (b) flavour (c) tutor (d) diamond (e) popular (f) partner (g) definitely (h) fibre (i) theatre (j) particular 2. (a) centre (b) definitely (c) diamond (d) discover (e) dollar (f) fibre (g) flavour (h) harbour (j) humour (j) labour 3. Across 3. labour 4. dollar 8. diamond 10. winner 11. officer 12. partner 18. tutor 19. particular 20. cellar 21. fibre Down 1. humour 2. flavour 5. centre 6. actor 7. calculator 8. definitely 9. discover 13. theatre 14. harbour 15. mirror 16. popular 17. writer

4. (a) win, won, winning (b) calculate, calculated, calculating (c) act, acted, acting (d) part, parted, parting (e) write, wrote/written, writing

9. (a) centre (b) giant (c) particular (d) popular (e) change 10. (a) lounge (b) flavour (c) figure (d) energy (e) arrange

5. (a) definitely, arrange, theatre (b) partner, between, harbour (c) tutor, calculator, figure (d) actor, humour, giant

11. (a) calibre (b) scrounge (c) human (d) dollop (e) owner (f) apology (g) spectre

6. (a) Any form of: humour, labour, harbour, flavour, tutor, centre, mirror, partner, lounge, figure, change (b) definitely (c) gym (d) energy 7. centre, writer, winner, dollar, harbour, mirror, figure, giant, between 8. o b r u o b r a h r r e n n i w g

e f h j l m i r r o r h u m o u r

d g f z i a c c h t d o l l a r a

e w n i l x b j u u w r i t e r r

f t l a c b p o v t r o x q c l r

i h m q h e v v u x a t d b o a a

n e r a j c r f s r l c z m e n n

i a d r o t a l u c l a c n g e g

t t s e n e r g y u e r t n e c e

e r d n o m a i d a c h x w z r h

l e p t e g u v v i b k t j e v y

y p a r t i c u l a r e l v r w d

f f l a v o u r t a b z o y u s r

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l u b w i s f e g f s t n a i g g

k a g r q g v y j i w f g l f l e

x v i i e g m c d y q e e b c l n

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Unit 2

trans-, tele-, auto-, anti-

List Words transport transfer transplant transit transmit telescope telephone

Word Building transports, transporting, transported, transportation, transportable, transporter transfers, transferring, transferred, transferable, transferability, transferee transplants, transplanting, transplanted, transplantable, transplantation, transplanter transits, transiting, transited, transition, transitional, transitionary transmits, transmitting, transmitted, transmission, transmissible, transmittable telescopes, telescoped, telescoping, telescopic, telescopical telephones, telephoning, telephoned, telephoner, telephonic

teletext telepathy telegraph automatic automation autopsy autobiography autograph automobile

telegraphs, telegraphing, telegraphed, telegrapher, telegraphist automate, automating, automated, automatically, automation, automaticity automate, automating, automated, automatically, automation, automaticity autopsies, autopsied autobiographies, autobiographer, autobiographic, autobiographical autographs, autographic, autographical, autographically automobiles, automobilist

antiseptic antidote

antidotes

antibiotic

antibiotics

anticlockwise reference

fulfils, fulfilling, fulfilled, fulfillment, fulfiller references, referencing, referenced

Revision Words

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Word Building

guest

guests, guestless, guestroom, guesthouse

island

islands, islander, islanders

climb

climbs, climbed, climbing, climber, climbers

young

younger, youngest, youngish, youngster

white

whites, whiter, whitest, whiten, whitener

aisle

aisles

science

• This unit focuses on the prefixes ‘trans-’, ‘anti-’, ‘tele-’ and ‘auto-’. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘fulfil’ and ‘reference’.

Teaching Points • Discuss the meaning of each prefix. • Identify the base word for each list word, where appropriate. • Identify any smaller words that make up each word. • Sort the list words according to the prefixes and brainstorm to add to each list.

Rules telepathic, telepathically

antiseptics, antiseptically, antisepticise, antisepticising, antisepticised

fulfil

Unit Focus

sciences, scientific, scientifically, scientist, scientists

depot

depots

horse

horses, horseback, horsepower, horseshoe, horseshoes, horsey or horsy

disc

discs, disk, disks

• Double the consonant to keep the preceding vowel sound short. • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • To make the plural of words ending with ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added.

Dictation 1. He was on the donor list for a heart transplant and today he received a telephone call to say they had a heart, so a transfer was arranged to the Royal hospital for his surgery. 2. During the war my granddad needed a reference from the automobile company he worked for, so they had to transmit a telegraph, in order that he could fulfil his dream. He wanted to drive army tanks, and be in charge of the transit of the soldiers and the transport of the automatic weapons. 3. The autopsy report said he died from the poison from the snake bite as there was no antidote to cure him. No antibiotic nor antiseptic had worked so the venom had caused the infection which killed him. 4. Reading the teletext service on the television we found out that ’Mystic Michael’ would be signing his autograph on his new autobiography. He claims he has the gift of telepathy as he can read minds, but his hobby is star-gazing through his giant telescope. 5. The machinery in the biscuit factory works on automation but one day there was a mechanical fault and it all went anticlockwise, so the wrappers ended up in the centre of the biscuits.

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trans-, tele-, auto-, antiAnswers 1. (a) telegraph (b) transmit (c) telescope (d) autobiography (e) autopsy (f) antidote (g) transport (h) automation (i) antiseptic (j) transit (k) telephone (l) antibiotic (m) telepathy (n) anticlockwise 2. (a) telepathic (b) transmission (c) autographic (d) telescopic (e) transportation (f) transplantation 3. Across 1. automation 3. antiseptic 5. antibiotic 7. reference 8. autobiography 10. teletext 14. transmit 16. autopsy 17. telescope 18. transport 19. fulfil Down 2. anticlockwise 3. autograph 4. telegraph 5. antidote 6. telephone 9. automatic 10. transfer 11. transplant 12. transit 13. automobile 15. telepathy

4. (a) (i) tele (ii) auto (iii) anti (iv) trans (b) Teacher check (c) Teacher check 5. (a) There is a reference to our famous guest in the local newspaper. (b) I hope to fulfil my ambition soon and climb that high mountain; or: I hope to climb that high mountain soon and fulfil my ambition. 6. (a) antibiotic (b) telegraph (c) young (d) automation 7. (a) empathy (b) mile (c) periscope (d) anecdote (e) guide (f) gypsy (g) depart

8. u a v e p n d c v k t r a n s m i t a

e u b l e e s i w k c o l c i t n a u

s t v i k a w e a l t r a n s p o r t

v o z b t u p p f k e l t s e u g c o

i b h o i t z o q j s o z c a f g r p

t i w m s o a c c z p h j i u i g t s

e o a o n g n s s e b w a e t a s l y

l g t t a r t e d i t e n n o u z l d

e r v u r a i l i j d d t c m t r t e

p a v a t p b e t i n l i e a o t r c

a p g a c h i t e a p i s w t m x a n

t h a l n o o u l e u f e t i a e n e

h y i w f t t s e l c l p r o t t s r

y m e y h k i l p q y u t a n i e p e

b o f c o i c d h a g f i n g c l l f

h r x i t u t t o k g n c s f v e a e

s g c v x l n e n t n g z f c s t n r

z h o r s e e g e j e s k e d f i t o

y r z q t e l e g r a p h r q n l d x

9. Teacher check 10. (a) telegraph (b) antidote (c) automobile (d) depot (e) transit (f) island

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Unit 3

au, augh, ough

List Words author authority dinosaur cause caution astronaut

Word Building authors, authorial, authorless, authoring, authored, authoress authorities, authorise/authorize, authorising/ authorizing, authorised/authorized, authorisation/ authorization dinosaurs, dinosaurian, dinosauric causes, caused, causing, causeless, causable cautions, cautioning, cautioned, cautionary, cautious, cautiously, cautiousness astronauts, astronautic, astronautics, astronautical, astronautically

haunted

haunt, haunts, haunting, haunter, hauntingly

launch

launches, launching, launched, launcher

applaud exhaust laundry

applauds, applauding, applauded, applauder, applause exhausts, exhausting, exhausted, exhaustible, inexhaustible, exhaustive laundries, launder, laundress, laundrette, laundromat

caught

catch, catches, catching

taught

teach, teaches, teaching, teacher, teachable

daughter

daughters, daughterly, daughter-in-law, daughters-in-law, daughterliness

naughty

naughtier, naughtiest, naughtily, naughtiness

ought nought

noughts

thought

thoughtless, thoughtlessly, thoughtlessness, think, thinks, thoughts, thinking, thinker

fought

fight, fights, fighting, fighter, fightable

sought

seek, seeks, seeking, seeker

preparation

preparations, preparative, preparatively, preparatory, preparatorily

accidentally

accidental, accidentalness, accident, accidents

Revision Words brief believe

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Word Building briefs, briefing, briefed, briefer, briefest, briefly, briefness believes, believing, believed, believable, believer

niece

nieces

receipt

receipts

receive

receives, receiving, received, receiver, receivers

calorie

calories

cashier

cashiers

piece

pieces, piecing, pieced, piecemeal

biscuit

biscuits

address

addresses, addressing, addressed, addressable

Unit Focus • This unit focuses on the graphemes ‘au’, ‘augh’ and ‘ough’ to represent a sound (phoneme). This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘preparation’ and ‘accidently’.

Teaching Points • Identify the phoneme and how it is represented. • Discuss any difficult parts of the words. • Sort the list words according to the graphemes and brainstorm other words to add to each list.

Rules • To many words ending with ‘f’ or ‘fe’, change the ‘f’ to ‘v’ before adding the suffix. • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • To make the plural of words ending with ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added.

Dictation 1. Being taught every day for two months, and having three parts to play, did exhaust my daughter and I. I had lots of laundry to wash each night, but we had to applaud the effort and hard work with the success of the play. 2. I approached, with caution, as the two naughty ghosts fought with each other. To try and stop them I shouted loudly with a voice of authority but suddenly I woke up. So don’t read “The haunted castle” by the author Jill Duffy before falling asleep, and just count sheep from nought to 50 instead. 3. The rocket launch had taken five years of preparation so it was a cause of concern when, with only one week to go, the astronaut caught the flu. 4. I had accidentally broken my brother’s toy dinosaur. Mum thought that I ought to buy him another, so on Saturday, I sought a similar one from a toy shop and he was happy.

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au, augh, ough Answers 1. (a) nought (b) laundry (c) naughty (d) astronaut (e) authority (f) taught (g) thought (h) caution (i) sought (j) ought (k) haunted (l) cause 2. (a) ought (b) daughter (c) accidentally (d) laundry (e) naughty (f) applaud 3. Across 1. launch 4. applaud 8. daughter 10. exhaust 11. naughty 12. accidentally 15. astronaut 18. thought 20. caution 21. sought 22. fought Down 2. cause 3. nought 5. preparation 6. haunted 7. dinosaur 9. author 13. caught 14. laundry 16. ought 17. authority 19. taught

4. (a) launches, launching, launched (b) catch, catching, caught (c) fight, fights, fought (d) teaches, teaching, taught (e) think, thinks, thinking (f) applauds, applauding, applauded (g) seek, seeks, seeking (h) cause, causing, caused 5. (a) dinosaur (b) biscuit Teacher check drawings. 6. (a) exhaust (b) piece (c) believe (d) applaud 7. (a) author, authority, dinosaur (b) caught, naughty, biscuit (c) receive, receipt, laundry (d) applaud, astronaut, launch

8. d b y a y g f z b t h g u o s s h

e e d t s s g f o u g h t r o c x

h l t s h t t h g u o n u c n u h

s i t n s g r u o m h a g u e z p

h e t h u e u o a e s u a c v c y

y v s y g a r a n o j l r g w n l

r e u c s u h d n a x a u h h o l

d u a l p p a i d f u t g n z i a

n k h b n h d c v a e t o n t t t

u r x i c a s h i e r i c k h a n

a e e s t h g u o h t a r g g r e

l c x c r e t h g u a d u b u a d

e e y u k a n u a j j o d o a p i

v i k i g u u c j e c e i p t e c

q p b t t y l t n r o h t u a r c

e t r e c e i v e i r o l a c p a

k v d b y t i r o h t u a p p g l

9. (a) thought (b) brief (c) exhaust (d) accidentally (e) launch (f) caution 10. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

dinosaur, piece haunted, address niece, brief calorie, caution laundry, author

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Unit 4

Singular and Plural Nouns

List Words scissors

Word Building

• This unit focuses on words that are both singular and plural nouns. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘carry’ and ‘surprised’.

scissored, scissoring

pyjamas spectacles

spectacled

binoculars

binocularity, binocularly

Teaching Points

goggles

• Revise what is meant by singular and plural nouns and give examples of each. Discuss how the list words remain the same whether they are singular or plural. • Identify any difficult parts of words. • Brainstorm to list other singular and plural nouns.

pliers species series

miniseries

trousers scales

Rules

shears tongs salmon deer

deerskin, deerskins, deerstalker, deerstalkers, reindeer

moose trout athletics

athlete, athletes, athletic, athleticism, athletically

aircraft innings tweezers carry

carries, carrying, carried, carryall, carryon, carry-over, carry-out

surprised

surprise, surprises, surprising, surprisingly

Revision Words

Word Building

relay survey raise operation

surveys, surveying, surveyed, surveyor, surveyors, surveyable raises, raising, raised, raisable, raiser operations natures

weight

weights, weighting, weighted, weighter

vein morning might

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relays, relaying, relayed

nature

neighbour

Unit Focus

neighbours, neighbouring, neighboured, neighbourhood, neighbourhoods veins, veining, veined, veinal, veiny mornings

• The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added. • To make the plural of words ending with a ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. • The ‘y’ is retained when adding ‘ing’ to avoid ‘ii’ being written. (Two exceptions are taxiing and skiing.) • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix.

Dictation 1. There was a series of accidents in our house this week, starting with Mum, who burnt her ear while using the curling tongs. Dad cut through the telephone cable while cutting the hedge with the garden shears, Tom twisted his ankle when he was doing athletics, Bob sat down on top of his spectacles, I cut my hand with scissors while opening a parcel and Sandy had to get tweezers to extract a splinter from her hand. 2. I was not surprised that we hadn’t caught any fish so we just went for a swim in the river. As I was wearing goggles I could see plenty of trout and salmon, and lots of different species of frogs. Next time we will carry the right bait to catch them and a set of scales to weigh our catch. 3. At 5 a.m. there was a loud howling noise and, looking through the binoculars, I could see a deer or a moose in a field with its leg caught in the fence. I quickly pulled on a pair of trousers over my pyjamas and ran out with the pliers so I could cut the wire and set it free. 4. The cricket team was about to bat for their second innings when the batsman had to stop. He had lost concentration due to the loud noise of the low flying aircraft overhead.

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Singular and Plural Nouns Answers 1. (a) Tool/Implement scissors binoculars pliers shears tongs scales tweezers Animal salmon deer moose trout Can Be Worn pyjamas spectacles goggles trousers (b) aircraft athletics carry innings series species surprised

3. (a) shears (b) trout (c) scissors (d) aircraft (e) carry (f) pyjamas (g) goggles (h) binoculars (i) pliers (j) trousers

2. Across 1. pliers 2. aircraft 5. athletics 7. trout 8. moose 9. scales 11. innings 13. shears 14. tongs 15. spectacles 17. surprised 19. salmon 20. series Down 1. pyjamas 3. trousers 4. binoculars 6. species 10. tweezers 12. goggles 13. scissors 16. carry 18. deer

5. (a) dear, deer (b) mousse, moose (c) vain, vein

4. (a) tweezers (b) surprised (c) tongs (d) shears (e) moose (f) spectacles (g) innings (h) athletics (i) pliers (j) salmon

8. s r e s u o r t a t n o m l a s b

l d i t m i k i t t f i z d i n s

j g y z h i d v u e h a v g e e g

n o n e i g h b o u r l r m l e i

f g g m o e i y r p s v e c j f r

s g n o t p a e t x m h a t r h y

r l s r h x e i w e k t e z i i l

a e p n g e c r g d c r g a n c a

l s e i i g a v a e u y s n r d s

u r c n m i d l p t a c i b s s p

c e i g s y l s a l i n l s u w y

o i e e r x l n e s g o e o r g j

n l s r e l g r s s c r n c v y a

i p a r s a c o s l i a t p e v m

b c y q o e r m g e a e l u y j a

n i e v o s a n s r e z e e w t s

y s e q m r f e s u r p r i s e d

9. Teacher check !0. series, weight, raise, might, shears

6. (a) trouble (b) pliable (c) convey (d) tongue (e) mislay (f) special (g) raisin (h) scuffles 7. (a) scissors, goggles, innings, carry (b) salmon (c) moose, raise, nature (d) aircraft

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Unit 5

Long Vowels

List Words indicate translate hesitate

Word Building indicates, indicating, indicated, indicator, indicative, indication, indicatory translates, translating, translated, translator, translation, translatable hesitates, hesitated, hesitation, hesitating, hesitative, hesitant, hesitantly, hesitancy

accurate

accurately, accurateness

extreme

extremely, extremist, extremists, extremism, extremer, extremeness

delete

deletes, deleting, deleted, deletion

scene

scenes, scenery, scenic, scenical, scenically

arrive

arrives, arriving, arrived, arrival, arriver

polite

politely, politeness

umpire describe decide

• This unit focuses on long vowels. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘scan’ and ‘circulate’.

Teaching Points • Discuss how the silent ‘e’ on the end of each word makes the vowel sound long: ‘a-e’, ‘e-e’, ‘i-e’, ‘o-e’ and ‘u-e’. • Discuss any difficult parts of words. • Sort the list words according to the graphemes and brainstorm to add to each list.

Rules

umpires, umpiring, umpired, umpireship describes, describing, described, describable, indescribable, description, descriptive decides, deciding, decided, decider, decidedly, decidedness, decidable, decision

• When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • To make plurals of words ending with ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’.

demote

demotes, demoting, demoted, demotion

decode

decodes, decoding, decoded, decoder

choke

chokes, choking, choked, choker

Dictation

froze

freeze, freezes, freezing, frozen, freezer, freezable

refuge

refuges, refugee, refugees

1. I got the most extreme punishment exercise for spraying perfume in class. I had to translate five pages of Latin into English and describe the costume worn by a Roman emperor. 2. THE EGOIST I had to indicate that I was keen but parties just aren’t my scene. I walk in the room and hesitate, I hate that I have to circulate. I scan the people who are there Then decide to sit in an empty chair and all the time I want to delete any awful people I have to meet. It’s very hard to be sweet and polite when you really want them out of sight. I often feign an illness or choke just to get away from boring folk and once I just stood still and froze and moved only once to scratch my nose. I’d like to be an umpire or referee and send them off as I only want me. 3. Due to his injury he had to demote Tom, whose job now was to decode the Morse signals into accurate words, so his major could draw up a schedule of events for the soldiers to follow. In this way they could arrive safely and find refuge in the war zone.

perfume

perfumes, perfuming, perfumed, perfumer, perfumery, perfumeries

schedule

schedules, scheduling, scheduled, schedular

costume

costumes, costuming, costumed, costumier, costumer

scan circulate

scans, scanning, scanned, scanner, scannable circulates, circulating, circulated, circulatable, circulator

Revision Words

Word Building

intercept

intercepts, intercepting, intercepted, interception, interceptions, interceptive

international disappoint disability

internationals, internationality, internationally disappoints, disappointing, disappointed, disappointment disabilities, disable, disables, disabling, disabled, disablement

repeat

repeats, repeating, repeated, repeatedly

revise

revises, revising, revised, revisable, reviser, revisory

submarine

submarines, submariner

subject

subjects, subjecting, subjected, subjective

interesting

interest, interests, interested, interestingly

modem

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Unit Focus

modems

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Long Vowels Answers 1. (a) accurate (b) arrive (c) choke (d) circulate (e) costume (f) decide (g) decode (h) delete (i) demote (j) describe 2. (a) arrive (b) polite (c) demote (d) accurate (e) froze (f) extreme 3. Across 1. refuge 4. choke 6. decide 8. hesitate 12. circulate 13. indicate 15. scene 16. perfume 18. scan 19. arrive 20. decode Down 2. froze 3. delete 4. costume 5. extreme 7. describe 9. translate 10. demote 11. schedule 14. accurate 16. polite 17. umpire

4. (a) hesitates, hesitating, hesitated (b) circulates, circulating, circulated (c) decodes, decoding, decoded (d) chokes, choking, choked (e) describes, describing, described (f) demotes, demoting, demoted 5. (a) accurate, schedule (b) intercept, submarine, refuge (c) decide, perfume (d) describe, scene 6. (a) scan (b) Delete (c) indicate (d) polite (e) disappoint 7. accurate, circulate, disability, disappoint, hesitate, indicate, intercept, interesting, international, submarine

8. n z u h d i s a p p o i n t k q c

h s g m q n e t o m e d n i f m i

l o n e p d a x u v y n m a o h r

d x i k b i e t e l e d e d c e c

f e t o g c r d r i i p e c o s u

d l s h h a p e o a w m r e s i l

i u e c w t b d e c n s p n t t a

s d r q r e g a p p e s o i u a t

a e e e e i t a y e y d l r m t e

b h t x v r b a s r d d i a e e r

i c n t i r t e r f e g t m t e o

l s i r r n a h a u u v e b f e j

i n t e r c e p t m c m i u f w m

t w n m a x p v c e r c g s q o v

y n o e t c e j b u s e a c e c p

p q i n t e r n a t i o n a l c m

o c b s e z o r f d e c i d e j d

9. (a) international, hesitate, revise, translate (b) Teacher check 10. (a) polite (b) arrive (c) choke (d) froze (e) scene

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Unit 6

oo, ew, ou, ue, ui

List Words

Word Building

mushroom

mushrooms, mushroomed, mushrooming

monsoon

monsoons, monsoonal

cartoon

cartoons, cartoonist, cartoonists

tablespoon

tablespoons, tablespoonful, tablespoonfuls

snooze

snoozes, snoozing, snoozed

curfew

curfews corkscrews, corkscrewing, corkscrewed

withdrew

withdraw, withdraws, withdrawing, withdrawn, withdrawer screwdrivers

coupon

coupons

wound

wounds, wounding, wounded, woundable

youth

youths, youthfully, youthtulness

group

groups, grouping, grouped

mousse

mousses

chop suey

chop sueys

gruesome

gruesomely, gruesomeness

cruise suitable recruit pursuit

1. My young brother often goes for a snooze on the couch while watching his favourite cartoon film with Mr Mushroom with the big white hat, the soft and creamy Mr Mousse, Mr Corkscrew with arms of twisted wire and Mr Screwdriver with the flat head. 2. Things to do before you are sixty: (a) Go on a cruise around the Med. (b) Belong to a group but don’t be led. (c) Find a suitable partner before you wed. (d) Eat a tablespoon of honey before going to bed. (e) If you see anything gruesome just turn your head. 3. As I had a discount coupon for the new shop I withdrew a lot of money so I could buy new clothes for my safari trip to Africa. 4. After a youth had suffered a knife wound in a gang fight there was a curfew, so no young person could be outdoors after 10 p.m., but they had to recruit volunteers who could enforce the rule. 5. It was so wet during the monsoon that we went in pursuit of a restaurant where we could have a big bowl of chop suey and shelter from the rain.

pursuits

African, Africans, Africana

Revision Words

Word Building

achieve

achieves, achieving, achieved, achievability, achievable, achievement, achievements

chef

chefs

ache

aches, aching, ached, achingly

chemists choirs

orchid

orchids, ochidaceous

Cardiff

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characters, charactered, characteristic, characteristics, characteristically, characterise/characterize, characterised/characterized

choir

Madrid

• When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • When adding ‘ly’ to most words ending with ‘le’, change the ‘e’ to ‘y’. • To make words ending with ‘ch’ or a single ‘s’ plural, ‘es’ is added. • When a word ends with a single ‘l’, double the ‘l’ when a suffix beginning with a vowel is added.

suit, suits, suiting, suited, suitability, suitableness, suitably recruits, recruiting, recruited, recruiter, recruitable

Africa

coach

Rules

Dictation

sixties, six, sixes, sixteen, sixth, sixths, sixtieth, sixtieths

chemist

• Identify the phoneme and how it is represented. • Identify any difficult parts of words. • Sort the list words according to the graphemes and brainstorm other words to add to each list.

cruises, cruising, cruised, cruiser

sixty

character

• This unit focuses on the graphemes ‘oo’ ‘ew’, ‘ou’, ‘ue’ and ‘ui’ to represent a sound (phoneme). This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘sixty’ and ‘Africa’.

Teaching Points

corkscrew

screwdriver

Unit Focus

coaches, coaching, coached, coachable Madrileño, Madrileña, Madrileños, Madrileñas Cardiffian, Cardiffians

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oo, ew, ou, ue, ui Answers 1. (a) gruesome (b) youth (c) tablespoon (d) snooze (e) corkscrew (f) Africa (g) cruise (h) cartoon (i) wound (j) recruit (k) sixty (l) mushroom (m) group (n) mousse (o) monsoon (p) suitable 2. mushroom, tablespoon, corkscrew, withdrew, screwdriver, suitable 3. Across 4. monsoon 6. pursuit 7. withdrew 8. sixty 9. corkscrew 11. Africa 13. recruit 15. coupon 16. gruesome 17. screwdriver 18. snooze 19. wound Down 1. youth 2. mushroom 3. cruise 4. mousse 5. suitable 10. cartoon 12. chop suey 14. tablespoon 15. curfew 16. group

4. (a) snooze, snoozes, snoozed (b) withdraws, withdrawing, withdrew (c) groups, grouping, grouped (d) cruise, cruising, cruised (e) recruit, recruits, recruiting (f) wound, wounding, wounded 5. (a) orchid (b) snooze (c) tablespoon, suitable (d) coupon, group (e) Madrid (f) chop suey (g) character (h) curfew 6. (a) gruesome (b) achieve (c) cartoon (d) coach (e) snooze (f) recruit (g) withdrew (h) suitable (i) choir (j) chemist (k) coupon (l) pursuit

8. m t m a y y b g q z y f i w e c w

y a j k c h o d r c n o e h i h f

m b r t n h g u t u o q c h t a p

b l s i c o i a t d e a f u c r u

w e c u u r p e x h M s c n c a r

l s r r r c u u v A w a o h y c s

C p e c f h y o o e f o d m j t u

a o w e e i j m r c t r d r e e i

r o d r w d r d o r x s i s i r t

d n r h y m h i a n e a i c p d x

i c i p w t m c o t s g f m a g o

f r v k i o x r v h k o r h e c k

f u e w u v u i u f c s o z o h o

y i r s n n i n s g s o p n u m c

f s s n o o z e d m o o r h s u m

y e u s p o h c c o r k s c r e w

j p u o r g q s u i t a b l e v z

9. Teacher check 10. (a) choir (b) monsoon (c) cruise (d) ache (e) achieve (f) youth (g) wound (h) recruit/pursuit (i) snooze (j) group

7. (a) The coach is going to Cardiff to recruit new players for the team. (b) The chef is going to make chop suey for the youth group. (c) The wound caused by the jagged knife looked gruesome.

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Unit 7

Christmas

List Words bauble ceremony merry artificial celebration cranberry

Word Building

• This unit focuses on Christmas words. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘without’ and ‘idea’.

baubles ceremonies, ceremonial merrier, merriest, merrily, merriness

Teaching Points

artificially celebrate, celebrates, celebrating, celebrated, celebrator, celebratory cranberries

exciting

excitingly, excite, excites, excited, excitedly

shepherd

shepherds, shepherding, sherherded

fireplace

fireplaces

television

televisions, televise, televises, televised, televising, telecast

pantomime

pantomimes, pantomimic, pantomimist

seasonal

seasonally, season, seasons, seasoning, seasoned, seasoner

chestnuts

chestnut

invitation

invitations, invite, invites, inviting, invited, invitingly, invitee, inviter

ribbon

ribbons, ribboning, ribboned

skiing

ski, skis, skiing, skied, skiable, skier, skiers

skating

skate, skates, skated, skater, skaters

snowboard sledging

snowboards, snowboarding, snowboarded, snowboarder, snowboarders sledges, sledging, sledged, sledger, sledgers

Nativity without idea

ideas, ideally, idealess

Revision Words sauce fairy

Unit Focus

Word Building sauces, saucepan, saucepans

• Identify difficult parts of words. • Discuss ways to remember how to spell a word. • Brainstorm other words to add to each list.

Dictation 1. We have an exciting seasonal ceremony in our house every Christmas when, once we have returned from the pantomime and are all seated around the fireplace, eating roasted chestnuts and drinking hot cranberry juice, Dad switches on the lights on the artificial tree. We then hang up every bauble we can find and wrap up the presents using red ribbon. 2. My family love to make it a celebration and hand out to everyone an invitation but I’ve always hated that particular day when I had to appear in the Nativity play. I’ve been a wise man, a shepherd and a king and once they had a bad idea to make me sing. Without any fuss I smile and act merry while wishing I was back home in Derry. 3. We were watching the travel programme on television when we decided to book our holiday to Canada. The snow is perfect for skiing and I can take my snowboard. Beside the hotel there is an ice rink for skating and small hills for sledging.

fairies, fairy-like

Santa Claus reunion ornaments

ornament, ornamenting, ornamented, ornamental

sleigh

sleighs, sleighing, sleighed

delight

delights, delighting, delighted, delightedly, delighter

Christmas

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reunions

Christmases

sugar

sugars, sugaring, sugared, sugarless, sugary

special

specials, specialness

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Christmas Answers 1. (a) pantomime (b) skiing (c) idea (d) bauble (e) chestnuts (f) skating (g) snowboard (h) shepherd (i) artificial 2. (a) bauble (b) without (c) snowboard (d) chestnuts (e) skating (f) shepherd (g) fireplace (h) skiing 3. Across 7. bauble 9. exciting 11. idea 13. shepherd 15. skiing 16. Nativity 18. artificial 19. ceremony 20. celebration 21. snowboard Down 1. pantomime 2. without 3. cranberry 4. sledging 5. invitation 6. seasonal 8. fireplace 10. chestnuts 12. television 14. ribbon 17. merry

4. (a) celebration, cranberry, chestnuts, ribbon, fireplace, idea (b) bauble (c) Teacher check 5. seasonal, reunion, fireplace, chestnuts, skiing, skating, snowboard, idea, Christmas, Santa Claus

9. Christmas 10. (a) cranberries (b) sauces (c) invitations (d) fairies (e) ceremonies (f) pantomimes

6. (a) raspberry (b) sauna (c) flight (d) ornate 7. (a) skiing (b) sleigh (c) delight (d) television (e) idea (f) ornaments (g) artificial (h) reunion (i) special (j) ceremony (k) exciting (l) fireplace 8. Missing word from word search is Christmas.

Missing word from crossword is skating. i y z c h j e l b u

s k i i n g r md r b s v e e a a u t s c n h e e d e l i g h t a o x s o l t n s y c l n a u o o r i e y i o b n i t i n c h b a a i g o e t i l f n hmp i r y b g v e s w l j a b p r t v mm me r r y x cm r l

n l g n i g d e l s

o e s k a t i n g

z S k c r a wp a v b a u i o b k s s f f a u k u y g n u N qw u hm

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b n n r r a i e h a k s

b t t n d r o i t r d

md z l j g p d e r om i f am gC e p d g n t i v e

g k n s g n o h p o y e c i v p v t i h h a s r r x e b t t r y l r n i u i me d d v n i c i a l n t e n t s m i s n y dmu y e l a c e cmh d a l nm t c k c u w l p a i t y s r r z d u h h um d r cw

o f l f n l o i t a r b e l e c g f

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Unit 8

Compound Words

List Words toothache

Word Building

• This unit focuses on compound words. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘computer’ and ‘program’.

toothaches

worthwhile eyesight wavelength

wavelengths

goosebumps

goosebump

Teaching Points

hairstyle

hairstyles, hairstylist, hairstylists

lifestyle

lifestyles

whiteboard

whiteboards

skateboard

skateboards, skateboarder, skateboarders, skateboarding

keyboard

keyboards, keyboarders, keyboarder

guidelines

guideline

spreadsheet typeset

typesets, typesetting, typesetter

copyright

copyrights, copyrightable, copyrighter

nightmare

nightmares, nightmarish

newspaper

newspapers

supermarket

supermarkets

worldwide therefore computer

computers

program

programs, programming, programmed, programmable Word Building attacks, attacking, attacked, attacker

chuckle

chuckles, chuckling, chuckled, chuckler

freckle

freckles, freckly

socket

sockets, socketing, socketed

mimic

mimics, mimicking, mimicked, mimicker

terrific

terrifically

electric

electrics, electricity, electrical

heroic

heroically

upon eye

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• When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • Double the consonant to keep the preceding vowel short.

Dictation

afterwards

attack

• Identify the two words that make up the compound word. • Identify any difficult parts of words. • Discuss ways to remember how to spell the word – breaking the word into two words and/or breaking each word into syllables: i.e. co/py/right (each syllable must contain a vowel sound).

Rules

spreadsheets

Revision Words

Unit Focus

eyes, eyeing, eying, eyed, eyeless, eyesight, eyeball

1. Our boss uses a whiteboard to teach and he often writes up new guidelines and goals for us to follow. Afterwards he encourages us to have a healthy lifestyle so we go outside to the skateboard park at the back of the factory. 2. It was worthwhile buying the best computer and keyboard as we can now typeset a choice of script and install the latest spreadsheet to help me with my maths degree. We all love to surf the worldwide web and can also install any new program when needed. 3. In my nightmare I had gone blind and bald, and when I woke up I was covered with goosebumps, but as I could see in the mirror I therefore knew that I hadn’t lost my eyesight and my hairstyle was still as cool as ever. 4. I had to wait two hours to see a dentist so, as I couldn’t find the correct wavelength on the radio, I read the newspaper which I had just bought in the supermarket. Soon I forgot about my toothache as I was engrossed in the story about the author who had the copyright to a book which had just been published by another author so he was suing him for thousands!

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Unit 8

Compound Words Answers 1. (a) copyright (b) worthwhile (c) toothache (d) guidelines (e) therefore (f) spreadsheet (g) supermarket (h) afterwards (i) worldwide (j) wavelength (k) skateboard (l) lifestyle (m) eyesight (n) nightmare 2. Across 1. lifestyle 5. worthwhile 8. computer 11. whiteboard 12. newspaper 13. therefore 16. goosebumps 18. eyesight 19. keyboard 20. skateboard 21. guidelines Down 2. supermarket 3. copyright 4. toothache 6. nightmare 7. afterwards 9. typeset 10. spreadsheet 11. wavelength 14. hairstyle 15. worldwide 17. program 3. (a) nightmare (b) spreadsheet (c) eyesight (d) toothache (e) keyboard (f) copyright (g) hairstyle (h) afterwards (i) worthwhile

4. Teacher check

8. skateboard

5. (a) afterwards (b) guidelines (c) eye (d) program (programme) (e) supermarket (f) upon

9. (a) lifestyle (b) eyesight (c) socket (d) therefore (e) spreadsheet

6. (a) heroism (b) copywriter (c) gooseberry (d) waveband (e) speckle (f) track 7. t k z a l d n e w s p a p e r g e g a

h e l f e r a b d n y l k r j o l o i

g t n t h a y x c v y v c a e o k r b

i e s e c o m p u t e r a m l s c l i

r e j r a b h p l c g h t t y e e e d

y h v w h y v u t k z o t h t b r l h

p s k a t e b o a r d x a g s u f e h

o d b r o k c z u f h u h i r m p c v

c a k d o a y m q r d p v n i p b t d

d e e s t f m v l l h o k f a s a r l

b r w g g u i d e l i n e s h m g i i

m p a t e k r a m r e p u s b j x c f

x s s o h e r o i c b t y p e s e t e

i i l o b n i h e l k c u h c a i l s

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m i m i c e g s y n x c i f i r r e t

n l j d r k t j e r o f e r e h t q y

w c z m v x e i w o r t h w h i l e l

p r o g r a m t h c w o r l d w i d e

v e y e s i g h t w a v e l e n g t h

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Unit 9

-ine, -ise, -ice, -ite, -ive

List Words

Word Building

magazine

magazines

trampoline

trampolines, trampolining, trampolined

quarantine

quarantines, quarantining, quarantined

engine imagine examine medicine advise promise

engines, engineer, engineering, engineered, engineless, enginery imagines, imagining, imagined, imagination, imaginary, imaginable, imaginably examines, examining, examined, examiner, examinable, examination medicines, medicating, medicated, medicinal, medicinally, medicable advises, advising, advised, advisable, advisably, adviser, advisedly, advisement, advisor, advisors promises, promising, promised, promisingly, promisee, promissory

crevice

crevices, creviced

service

services, servicing, serviced, serviceable, serviceability, serviceably, serviceableness

favourite

favourites, favouritism

definite

definitely, definiteness

opposite

opposites, oppositely, oppositeness

attractive positive negative explosive expensive detective monitor parallel

attractively, attractiveness, attraction, attract, attracts, attracting, attracted positives, positively, positiveness, positivity, positivism, positivist, positivistic negatives, negatively, negativeness, negativity, negativism, negativist, negativistic explosives, explosively, explosiveness, explode, exploding, exploded, explosion expensively, expensiveness, expense, expenses detectives, detect, detects, detecting, detected, detectable, detection monitors, monitoring, monitored, monitorial, monitorially, monitorship parallels, paralleling, paralleled

Revision Words

Word Building

window

windows, windowless, windowpane

borrow

borrows, borrowing, borrowed, borrower, borrowers

swallow

swallows, swallowing, swallowed

cargo

cargoes

zero

zeros, zeroes, zeroing, zeroed

tomatoes foe

tomato foes

although proportion shuttle

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proportions, proportioning, proportioned, proportionability, proportionable, proportionably, proportionment shuttles

Unit Focus • This unit focuses on the graphemes ‘ive’, ‘ine’, ‘ise’, ‘ice’ and ’ite’ making a long or short ‘e’ sound (phoneme). This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘monitor’ and ‘parallel’.

Teaching Points • Identify the words that have a long ‘e’ sound (magazine, trampoline, quarantine) and those that have a short ‘e’ sound. • Discuss any difficult parts of words. • Sort the list words according to the graphemes and brainstorm other words to add to each list.

Rules • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. (The ‘e’ is retained in serviceable etc to keep the soft ‘c’ sound.) • To make many words ending with ‘o’ plural, ‘es’ or ‘s’ is acceptable. • When adding ‘ly’ to most words ending with ‘le’, change the ‘e’ to ‘y’. • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added. The ‘y’ is retained when adding ‘ing’ to avoid ‘ii’ being written (two exceptions are taxiing and skiing). • Add ‘k’ to words ending with ‘ic’, before adding the suffixes ‘y’, ‘ed’, ‘er’, and ‘ing’.

Dictation 1. I had tried to advise him not to climb to the top but he was positive he could do it. Then his fingers got injured in a crevice so he had to descend and a doctor gave him medicine to relieve the pain. 2. After ten years of service in the navy my brother came home with a new dog for the family. Although the vet did examine it and all the tests were negative it still had to go into quarantine for three months, so you can imagine our disappointment at having to wait. 3. As the car engine had blown up my dad brought home a car magazine. However all the attractive ones I picked turned out to be the most expensive – I must have good taste! 4. An explosive bomb was found in between the parallel lines of the railway and the detective announced that there had been a definite attempt to blow up the royal train. 5. My favourite pastime is bouncing on a trampoline but the monitor watching us all made me promise not to jump over onto the opposite one.

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Unit 9

-ine, -ise, -ice, -ite, -ive Answers 1. (a) imagine (b) explosive (c) crevice (d) positive (e) promise (f) engine (g) medicine (h) detective (i) parallel (j) opposite (k) definite (l) monitor (m) favourite (n) quarantine 2. (a) parallel (b) expensive (c) favourite (d) trampoline (e) quarantine (f) quarantine (g) attractive 3. Across 5. parallel 8. positive 12. magazine 13. definite 15. quarantine 18. opposite 19. advise 20. expensive 21. engine Down 1. examine 2. trampoline 3. medicine 4. explosive 6. attractive 7. service 9. monitor 10. imagine 11. favourite 13. detective 14. promise 16. negative 17. crevice

4. (a) imagined, imagining, imagination (b) positively (c) attractively (d) examined, examining, examination (e) opposition (f) negatively (g) advised, advising 5. Noun: monitor, engine, window, favourite, cargo Verb: borrow, imagine, examine, monitor Adjective: favourite, definite, positive 6. (a) imagine, shuttle (b) promise, medicine (c) opposite, window (d) expensive, quarantine (e) explosive, crevice 7 (a) tomatoes (b) although (c) proportion (d) explosive (e) magazine (f) positive (g) swallow (h) trampoline (i) service (j) definite

8. Word Search m s e o t a m o t k w w f n e f o

m o n i m a g i n e o i u e n m n

n j m e d i c i n e l n c g g o g

c r e v i c e x f k l d v a i n i

h k j h g u o h t l a o v t n i o

e s i v d a d g b a w w r i e t h

e n b i f e v i t i s o p v q o a

n a i o e v i s n e p x e e u r s

i t h m r e s i m o r p t k a p h

l t d k a r o y r d t t i m r a u

o r e z e x o p s x u p n a a r t

p a s b f c e w p p i j i g n a t

m c x z e t i r u o v a f a t l l

a t p i n e t v z z s m e z i l e

r i u p z e o g r a c i d i n e v

t v e v i t c e t e d r t n e l x

n e o f g e x p l o s i v e g x o

9. (a) borrow (b) expensive (c) attractive (d) foe (e) definite (f) explosive 10. Teacher check

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Unit 10

ue, ew, iew, eau, eue

List Words barbecue fondue continue

Word Building barbecues, barbecuing, barbecued fondues continues, continuing, continued, continuable, continuer, discontinued tissues, tissuing, tissued

rescue

rescues, rescuing, rescued, rescuer

analogue duel

duels, duelling, duelled, dueller, duellist

refuel

refuels, refuelling, refuelled

subdue

issues, issuing, issued, issuable, issuance, issueless, issuer subdues, subduing, subdued, subduable, subduer, subduedly, subduedness

fewer

few, fewest

renew

renews, renewing, renewed, renewable, renewal, renewer

skewer

skewers, skewering, skewered

mildew

mildews, mildewing, mildewed, mildewy

viewed

views, viewing, viewable, viewless, viewlessly

viewpoint review beauty beautiful

reviews, reviewing, reviewed, reviewer, reviewal beauties, beautify, beautifies, beautifying, beautified beautifully queues, queuing, queued

body

bodies, bodying, bodied

eighty

eighties

Revision Words athlete these

those

mobile

accuses, accused, accusing, accuser, accusingly, accusation amuses, amused, amusing, amusingly, amusements mobiles, mobility, mobilise/mobilize, mobilisable/mobilizable, mobilisation/ mobilization

divide

divides, divided, dividing, division, divider

broke

break, broken, brokenly

phone

telephone, phones, phoned, phoning

easy fraction

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Word Building athletes, athletic, athletics, athletically, athleticism

amuse

• Identify the phoneme and how it is represented. • Discuss any difficult parts of words. • Sort the list words according to the graphemes and brainstorm other words to add to each list.

Rules • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. (Cueist is an exception). • When a word ends with a single ‘l’, double the ‘l’ when a suffix beginning with a vowel is added. • To make many words ending with ‘o’ plural, ‘s’ is added. • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added. (The ‘y’ is retained in beautifying to avoid ‘ii’ being added.)

viewpoints

queue

accuse

• This unit focuses on the graphemes ‘ue’, ‘ew’, ‘iew’, ‘eau’ and ’eue’ to represent a sound (phoneme). This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘body’ and ‘eighty’.

Teaching Points

tissue

issue

Unit Focus

easier, easiest, easily, ease, easygoing fractions, fractional, fractionally, factionise/ fractionize

Dictation 1. Nothing could subdue my excitement as I opened my present and found a new analogue speedometer for my bike. I couldn’t wait to cycle uphill to the viewpoint from where you can see the beautiful valley below. 2. The Daughter’s Plea. If you want to learn some new beauty tips And how to have a body with perfect hips Then renew my subscription to teen magazine As my thirst for trivia is so keen. Every week they publish a must-have issue And free today is a big pink tissue. The lives of the famous can be viewed And all the people that they’ve sued. You can read a film critic’s review, Which meat to put on a barbecue Or filling a skewer without using glue. So order it on line and avoid the queue Snacks will be made for the new fondue and you can even read it too. 3. The holiday cottage was six hours drive away so we had to stop to refuel and then continue our drive in the dark for about eighty miles. On arrival we were horrified to find out how damp and cold it was inside the cottage. There was mildew covering the bathroom and no fewer than 16 spiders were living there. Mum wanted to phone the mountain rescue team and dad wanted to arrange a duel with the owner using machine guns! We went to a hotel instead.

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ue, ew, iew, eau, eue Answers 1. (a) queue (b) analogue (c) skewer (d) beauty (e) rescue (f) viewed (g) beautiful (h) renew (i) continue (j) subdue (k) duel (l) tissue (m) review (n) fewer 2. (a) analogue (b) barbecue (c) beautiful (d) beauty (e) body (f) continue (g) duel (h) eighty (i) fewer (j) fondue 3. Across 4. fondue 6. skewer 10. eighty 11. fewer 12. beauty 13. viewed 14. analogue 16. tissue 19. issue 20. continue Down 1. rescue 2. duel 3. barbecue 5. body 7. queue 8. refuel 9. renew 12. beautiful 13. viewpoint 15. mildew 17. subdue 18. review

4. (a) continues, continuing, continued (b) rescue, rescuing, rescued (c) refuel, refuels, refuelling (d) barbecue, barbecues, barbecued (e) queue, queuing, queued (f) duel, duels, duelled (g) renews, renewing, renewed 5. (a) viewpoint (b) eighty, divide, fraction (c) rescue, barbecue, cue or fondue, subdue, duel, due (d) beautiful or analogue 6. (a) fraction (b) phone (c) subdue or mildew (d) athlete

8. Word Search j f l u f i t u a e b x m r x u a

h r k h l b v a t n i o p w e i v

r h r e w e k s d m l q t r r e n

v n l b f a u j p e s g u e t f l

i f p e s u n r n u b k n e k t d

e u s s i t u i v s x e l f u h e

w v e p j y e q e s w h e a z e i

e r u e m p u k x i t w l k f s g

d a c p h o n e o a e l w o y e h

l m e m l e u f e r v v n b f s t

i u b b d i v i d e b d u r o u y

m s r k r e s c u e u v a c d c n

y e a n a l o g u e l c y g y c e

d d b t p l i c o n t i n u e a e

u h o d s n s r c i j d b t a a w

e s u b d u e g o c k w b o s r k

l w e i v e r n t z e k w y m s v

9. continue 10. (a) accuse (b) issue (c) review (d) amuse (e) subdue (f) mobile

7. (a) Let’s phone that famous athlete and invite him to our barbecue. (b) I broke my mobile phone while standing at the viewpoint over the beautiful valley. (c) There was a long queue of cars at the pumps waiting to refuel.

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Unit 11

Silent Letters

List Words

Word Building

wrote

write, writes, written, writing, writer

wretch

wretches, wretchedly, wretchedness

wrestle

wrestles, wrestling, wrestled, wrestler, wrestlers

answer

answers, answering, answered, answerer, answerless, answerable, answerableness

kneel

kneels, kneeling, knelt, kneeled, kneeler

yolk

yolks, yolkless, yolky

guide thumb plumber tongue

guides, guiding, guided, guider, guidable, guideless, guidebook, guidepost thumbs, thumbing, thumbed, thumbless, thumblike, thumbnail, thumbscrew, thumbtack plumbers, plumb, plumbs, plumbing, plumbed, plumbable, plumbless, plumbness tongue, tonguing, tongued, tongueless, tongue-tied, tongue-in-cheek, tongue-lashing

shoulder

shoulders, shouldering, shouldered

boulder

boulders

yacht

yachts, yachting, yachtsman, yachtswoman

column

columns, columned, columnated

knead

kneads, kneading, kneaded, kneader

• This unit focuses on words that have silent letters. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘emergency’ and ‘accept’.

Teaching Points • Identify the silent letter in each word. • Identify any other difficult parts of words. • Brainstorm to list other words with silent letters and sort them into groups.

Rules • Double the consonant to keep the preceding vowel short. • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’ the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. (Both mistakeable and mistakable are accepted) • To make the plural of words ending with a ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. • Many words ending with ‘f’ or ‘fe’, change the ‘f’ to ‘v’ before adding the suffix.

debt

debts, debtor

folk

folks, folktale, folklore

Dictation

guards, guarding, guarded, guarder, guardable, guardian rhythms, rhythmic, rhythmics, rhythmical, rhythmically, rythmist

1. I had to wrestle an alligator who wanted to be fed. I sailed in a yacht round a sea that was red. I learned to knead dough to make some bread. I climbed Nelson’s column to see if it was lead. I dived off a wharf and split open my head. I wrote letters to folk who thought I was dead. Now there is a prison guard with whom I am wed. I’ve ended up a wretch who can’t get out of bed. 2. The mountain soared above us, but our guide kept the rhythm going and there was no stopping or leaning against any boulder, even though my tongue was so dry and my shoulder ached from carrying my backpack. 3. ‘It is stuck!’ ‘What is?’ My thumb in the tap was his answer. I had to kneel over the bath and pull his hand but to no avail so I had to accept that it was an emergency. I called a plumber who took the tap off the bath, and we all went down to the hospital – thumb still in tap! 4. I was in debt when I was a student so I worked in a bakery. I had to extract the yolk from the egg white so they could make meringues and now I hate eggs and boring jobs!

guard rhythm wharf emergency accept

wharves emergencies accepts, accepting, accepted, acceptability, acceptable, acceptably, acceptance, acceptancy, acceptant

Revision Words

Word Building

choice

choices, choicer, choicest, choiceness, choicely

invoice

invoices, invoiced, invoicing

appoint enjoy employ

appoints, appointed, appointing, appointment, appointments, appointee enjoys, enjoyed, enjoying, enjoyment, enjoyable, enjoyably, enjoyableness employs, employed, employing, employment, employable, employee, employer

voyage

voyages, voyaged, voyaging, voyager

annoy

annoys, annoyed, annoying, annoyingly, annoyingness, annoyance

lifebuoy beginning coming

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Unit Focus

lifebuoys beginning, begin, begins, began, begun comes, came, come

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Unit 11

Silent Letters Answers 1. (a) answer (b) kneel (c) wrote (d) debt (e) boulder (f) wrestle (g) guide (h) plumber (i) column (j) wharf (k) shoulder (l) yacht (m) tongue (n) rhythm 2. yacht, accept, choice, invoice, appoint, enjoy, annoy 3. Across 3. yacht 4. thumb 6. plumber 7. folk 11. shoulder 13. wrestle 15. yolk 17. guard 19. tongue 20. wretch 21. accept 22. guide Down 1. wharf 2. column 5. boulder 8. kneel 9. wrote 10. answer 12. emergency 14. rhythm 16. knead 18. debt

4. U: guide, tongue, shoulder, boulder, guard W: wrote, wrestle, answer, wretch B: thumb, plumber, debt L: yolk, folk H: yacht, rhythm, wharf N: column K: kneel, knead E: tongue C: yacht 5. (a) wrestle, yacht, wharf (b) plumber, wrote, invoice (c) choice, folk, boulder (d) answer, enjoy, tongue 6. (a) doubt (b) autumn (c) urgency (d) rogue (e) chalk (f) ointment 7. wrote (2), wretch (1), kneel (2), yolk (1), guide (3), thumb (1), tongue (3), yacht (1), knead (2), debt (1), folk (1), guard (2), wharf (1)

8. Word Search b i q u e e y n v b f t p n v i v

h e d c m t o r x o d k b a l a x

j q n l p d l v w u a n k e z n n

p f n j l a k s c l e e l w d n h

v e x g o f c y w d n e o r j o s

d c q m y y r c b e k l f o w y q

r h r t o r e n e r r h y t h m k

a o y o p v d e g p x u v e a a t

u i t n l o l g i q t p q c r n m

g c z g u y u r n e z f y o f s k

g e v u m a o e n h d k o l h w j

c c e e b g h m i n c l u u o e i

t r o m e e s e n c v t b m w r l

r h u m r o z f g u i d e n o r i

i h c w i t n i o p p a f r y a c

t b q a i n v o i c e i i u w v h

y f y q y c g w r e s t l e l p n

9. Teacher check 10. (a) acceptance (b) appointment (c) enjoyment (d) employment (e) annoyance (f) guidance

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Unit 12

al-, wel-, -til, -ful

List Words

Word Building

• This unit focuses words that begin with ‘al’ or ‘wel’ and words that end with ‘til’ or ‘ful’. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘either’ and ‘neither’.

almost already almighty

almightiness

altogether welcome welfare

welcomes, welcoming, welcomed, welcomeness, welcomely, welcomer welfarism, welfarist

until instil delightful powerful awful useful careful fearful graceful hopeful skilful thankful watchful wonderful

instills, instilling, instilled, instiller, installation, instilment delightfully, delight, delights, delighting, delighted, delightedly, delighter, delightedness powerfully, powerfulness, power, powers, powering, powered, powerless, powerlessly awfully, awfulness usefully, usefulness, use, uses, using, used, useable, useless, uselessly, uselessness carefully, carefulness, care, cares, caring, cared, careless, carelessly, carelessness fearfully, fearfulness, fear, fears, fearing, feared, fearless, fearlessly, fearlessness gracefully, gracefulness, grace, graces, gracing, graced, graceless, gracelessly, gracelessness hopefully, hopefulness, hope, hopes, hoping, hoped, hopeless, hopelessly, hopelessness skillfully, skillfulness, skill, skills, skilled, unskilled thankfully, thankfulness, thank, thanks, thanking, thanked, thankless, thanklessness watchfully, watchfulness, watch, watches, watching, watched, watcher, watchtower wonderfully, wonderfulness, wonder, wonders, wondering, wondered, wondrous

either neither Revision Words

thirst, thirsts, thirstier, thirstiest, thirstiness, thirstily

virus

viruses, viral

urchin

urchins

burst

bursts, bursting

further

furthers, furthering, furthered, furthest, furthermore

remember

remembers, remembered, remembering, remembrance

earthquake

earthquakes

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Word Building

thirsty

heard

Unit Focus

hear, hears, hearing

Teaching Points • Discuss that instead of the word part ‘all’, ‘well’, ‘till’ or ‘full’ being added to each word, one ‘l’ has been omitted from the beginning or ending word part. • Discuss difficult parts of words. • Identify any smaller words that make up each word and the base words in the words ending with ‘ful’.

Rules • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. (Useable is an exception.) • When a word ends with a single ‘l’, double the ‘l’ when a suffix beginning with a vowel is added. • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added.

Dictation 1. We arrived in Gambia to a great welcome but we were fearful about witnessing the welfare of the people living in such poverty. We were hopeful we could instil in them the advantages of the new farming methods. 2. After only two weeks they were already skilful enough to start planting and they understood how useful it would be, so they were all very thankful. 3. It was a delightful ballet and the dancers were so graceful it looked as if they were almost floating on air. 4. There were 12 of us altogether in the team but either John or Tom was going to leave as they had both become quite lazy and not careful enough in their work. 5. Neither of us had realized how powerful the waves could be until the night of the storm and, although we had been watchful of the weather, that awful rain came so suddenly, followed by the almighty thunder. It was the most wonderful sight in the world to see the coastal rescue service coming towards us.

sincere, sincerity libraries, librarian, librarians

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al-, wel-, -til, -ful Answers 1. (a) wonderfully (b) awfully (c) delightfully (d) powerfully (e) carefully (f) skilfully (g) watchfully 2. (a) thankless (b) powerless (c) graceless (d) useless (e) hopeless (f) fearless (g) careless 3. Across 1. already 3. thankful 4. skilful 7. neither 9. watchful 11. wonderful 13. awful 14. instil 16. either 17. until 18. hopeful 19. welcome Down 1. almost 2. delightful 5. useful 6. graceful 8. careful 10. almighty 11. welfare 12. fearful 13. altogether 15. powerful

4. (a) skilful (b) almost (c) wonderful (d) welcome (e) almighty (f) until (g) powerful (h) instill (i) watchful (j) altogether (k) awful (l) already (m) delightful (n) hopeful (o) graceful (p) welfare (q) fearful (r) thankful 5. (a) neither, remember (b) sincerely, careful (c) altogether, wonderful, thirsty 6. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f)

earthquake, fearful library, either urchin, heard virus, hopeful thirsty, watchful neither, almighty

8. Word Search h e r a f l e w d r e h t r u f l

u t h y d l u f r e w o p w y u t

w k a a l t o g e t h e r e f a q

w e l c o m e v b e o d j r w v d

l b m b u o w n m e p g a f i r w

n u i n s t i l e i e e u r a l o

q f g i e g v u m t f l u e r e n

l u h l f g l f e h u s h a a l d

u t t u u t u e r e l c l r t i e

f a y f l h f c s r i r t s p t r

e l l k n i t a i f e h r u i n f

r m u n e r h r j a q u p y y u u

a o f a i s g g d u b n v s n a l

c s l h t t i y a l u f h c t a w

w t i t h y l k e q u r c h i n n

b l k z e n e o y l e r e c n i s

q j s k r h d s y l i b r a r y l

9. Teacher check 10. (a) urchin (b) thirsty (c) awful (d) burst (e) virus (f) until

7. (a) to, get, her, tog (b) ear, earth, quake, art (c) read, ready (d) power, owe, we (e) grace, race, ace

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Unit 13

Spring/Easter

List Words

Word Building

chocolate

chocolately, chocolates

colourful

colourfully, colourfullness, colour, colours, colouring, coloured, colourer

climate

climates, climatic, climatically

annual

annuals, annually, annualize

calories

calorie, calorific

aroma

aromas, aromatic, aromatically

dying

die, dies, died, death, deaths

decorate variety temperature

decorates, decorating, decorated, decorator, decorative, decoratively, decorators, decoration, decorations varieties, various, variously, variousness temperatures, temperate, temperately, temperateness

yellow

yellows, yellowing, yellowed, yellowish, yellowy, yellowness

buffet

buffets, buffeter

confectionery

confection, confections, confectioner, confectioners

disciples

disciple, discipleship, discipular

indulge

indulges, indulging, indulged, indulgent, indulgently, indulger

irresistible tempting

symbol

irresistibility, irresistibly, irresistibleness temptingly, temptingness, tempt, tempts, tempted, temptable, temptor, temptation, temptress symbols, symbolic, symbolical, symbolically, symbolise/symbolize, symbolising/symbolizing, symbolised/symbolized, symbolism, symbolist, symbolists

gorge

gorges, gorging, gorged, gorger, engorge

ritual

rituals, ritually, ritualism, ritualist, ritualistic, ritualistically, ritualise/ritualize

lettuce

lettuces

onion

onions, oniony

Revision Words

Unit Focus • This unit focuses on spring words. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘lettuce’ and ‘onion’.

Teaching Points • Identify difficult parts of words. • Discuss ways to remember how to spell a word. • Brainstorm other words to add to each list.

Dictation 1. At the annual ritual visit to the Cadbury factory I eat lots of calories as the chocolate is irresistible. I indulge myself with all the tempting confectionery and I take home a cake, which I get to decorate myself. 2. Disciples of vegetarianism often claim that at a buffet there is not enough variety of food for them apart from lettuce, cheese, onion and tomato, and they are dying to eat something different. 3. A dove is a symbol of peace and hope, Yellow is more colourful than boring old taupe. Clean and fresh is the aroma of soap, With a high temperature you just can’t cope. If descending a gorge use a rope, When the climate is rainy I just start to mope.

Word Building

wellingtons umbrella

umbrellas

soldier

soldiers, soldiering, soldiered, soldierly

nurture

nurtures, nurturing, nurtured, nurturer

celebrate

celebrates, celebrating, celebrated, celebration, celebrations, celebrator, celebratory

religion

religions, religious, religiousness, religionless

weather

weathers, weathering, weathered, weatherperson, weatherman, weatherproof, weatherproofed, weatherworn

lightning eighth truly

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eighths, eight, eighty, eighties true, trues, trueing, trued, trueness, truer, truest

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Spring/Easter Answers 1. (a) calories, decorate, gorge (b) lettuce (c) disciples (d) confectionery (e) yellow (f) decorate, temperature (g) ritual (h) colourful (i) tempting (j) annual (k) chocolate, decorate, climate 2. (a) calories (b) lettuce (c) chocolate (d) onion (e) symbol (f) variety (g) dying (h) tempting 3. Across 3. onion 6. yellow 8. chocolate 11. irresistible 12. ritual 14. indulge 18. variety 19. gorge 20. annual 21. temperature Down 1. dying 2. colourful 4. confectionery 5. symbol 7. lettuce 8. calories 9. disciples 10. aroma 13. tempting 15. decorate 16. climate 17. buffet

4. (a) colourful onion tempting annual variety indulge (b) ritual (c) Teacher check 5. umbrella, wellingtons, lightning, Irresistible, chocolate, tempting, aroma, variety, confectionery, indulge, calories 6. Teacher check 7. (a) soldier (b) indulge (c) dying (d) truly (e) gorge (f) irresistible 8. (a) tempt, tempts, tempted, temptation (b) decorates, decorating, decorated, decoration (c) celebrates, celebrating, celebrated, celebration

9. Word Search

f

f u p

l e i x a g h t n i n g b i t s

1 e g r o g x k d g f p k y w g u r t e

u c e l e b r a t e h m e n j a f r q t l

v h b x c l i m a t e y e e r u t r u n b f e p r e p

t d y i n g q a n b e t f j f p q h b s n e s r e e m i

u c o n f e c t i o n e r y u i n d u l g e t i n c a g p c

a m o r a y r t n n c e e c a l o r i e s t i v j k e s

s y m b o l u m i u r l u e w u d y t w e a t h e r i

r

c l e o a j l c r r j i v y r g p a u a d

q y m n l x a c e b r e i d l o s g t z

t f t

v l k t e m p t i n g u g

e i e t a r o c e d f r y

m g y c h o c o l a t e m

u i q i r i t u a l l c k

c o l o u r f u l l j a f

n o m q s j c o g s n d

s i q j p w p k w b y f

Missing word from word search is wellingtons. 10. Teacher check

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Unit 14 List Words

Word Building

fashion

fashions, fashionable, fashionably, fashionability, fashionableness

cushion

cushions

description collection population multiplication imagination information composition vaccination pension tension

descriptions, describe, describes, describing, described, describable, descriptive collections, collect, collects, collecting, collected, collectable, collectible, collective populations, populate, populating, populated, populating, populous, populously multiplicational, multiplicative, multiply, multiplying, multiplied, multiplicate imagine, imagines, imagining, imagined, imaginable, imaginary, imaginative informational, inform, informs, informing, informed, informative, informer, informable, informedly, informingly compositional, compose, composes, composing, composed, composer vaccinations, vaccinal, vaccinate, vaccinates, vaccinating, vaccinated, vaccinator, vaccine, vaccines pensions, pensionable, pensionary, pensonaries, pensioner, pensioners, pensionless tensions, tensional, tensionless, tensive, tense, tensing, tensed, tensely, tenseness

extension

extensions, extensional, extensionally, extend, extends, extending, extended

expression

expressions, expressionless, express, expresses, expressing, expressed, expressive, expressively

admission

admissions, admit, admits, admitting, admitted, admittance, admitter

discussion

discussions, discuss, discusses, discussing, discussed, discusser, discussible, discussable

concussion

concussions, concuss, concusses, concussing, concussed, concussive

permission social official

permit, permits, permitting, permitted, permissive, permissively, permissible, permissibly socials, socially, socialness, sociable, sociableness, sociably, socialise/ socialize, socialisation/socialization officially, officialdom, officialese, officialise/officialize, officialises/officializes, officialising/officializing, officialised/officialized, officiant, officiary, officiate

country

countries, countrified, countryman, countrymen, countryside

trouble

troubles, troubling, troubled, troubler, troublemaker, troubleshooter, troublesome, troublesomely

Revision Words

Word Building

precise

precisely, precision

prevent

prevents, preventing, prevented, preventer, prevention, preventable, preventative

microscope

microscopes, microscopic, microscopical, microscopically, microscopy

microphone

microphones, microphonic

woollen strengthen

wool, wools, woolly, woollier, woollies strength, strengthens, strengthening, strengthened, strengthener

amazement

amaze, amazes, amazing, amazed, amazingly, amazedly, amazedness

excitement

excite, excites, exciting, excited, excitingly, excitable, excitably

escape none

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sh, ti, si, ssi, ci

escapes, escaping, escaped, escapee, escapees, escapism, escapist

Unit Focus • This unit focuses on the graphemes ‘sh’, ‘ti’, ‘si’, ‘ssi’ and ‘ci’ to represent a sound (phoneme). This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘country’ and ‘trouble’.

Teaching Points • Identify the phoneme and how it is represented. • Discuss any difficult parts of words. • Sort the list words to the graphemes and brainstorm other words to add to each list.

RULES: • When adding ‘ly’ to most words ending with ‘le’, change the ‘e’ to ‘y’. • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added. • To make the plural of words ending with ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. • Double the consonant to keep the preceding vowel sound short.

Dictation 1. The vaccination programme took place in the school’s new extension and the tension was high among the girls. Many had a fearful expression so the only discussion being held was about the pain and not about the composition we had to hand in. 2. If the whole country and its population learned and used their imagination and studied all the relevant information then we could all work out any multiplication.

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sh, ti, si, ssi, ci 3. At the social club there was some trouble and the collection money for the admission fees had been stolen, so the police were given a good description of the thieves. 4. The official age of retirement is 65 when you will receive a government pension. My granddad is 67 but has permission from his boss to continue working. 5. What a disaster at the fashion show as the model fell off the catwalk and suffered a concussion. As she lay there I put a cushion under her head.

3. Across 3. trouble 4. discussion 6. admission 7. official 10. expression 12. multiplication 14. description 17. concussion 18. pension 19. imagination 20. extension 21. country Down 1 population 2. vaccination 3. tension 5. information 8. cushion 9. collection 11. composition 13. permission 15. fashion 16. social

Answers

4. ation: population multiplication imagination information vaccination tion: description collection shion: fashion cushion ition: composition sion: pension tension extension ssion: expression admission discussion concussion permission cial: social official

1. (a) permission (b) social (c) vaccination (d) trouble (e) extension (f) fashion (g) country (h) admission (i) multiplication (j) tension (k) description (l) concussion (m) composition (n) information 2. (a) com/po/si/tion (b) i/ma/gin/a/tion (c) in/for/ma/tion (d) mul/ti/pli/ca/tion (e) pop/u/la/tion (f) vac/cin/a/tion

5. (a) cushion, vaccination (b) amazement, microphone (c) population, pension (d) escape, multiplication

9. Teacher check

6. (a) vaccine (b) permit (c) excite (d) discuss (e) admit (f) collect (g) strength (h) imagine (i) describe (j) office (k) populate (l) amaze

0. (a) strengthen 1 (b) prevent (c) multiplication (d) none (e) official (f) precise (g) excitement (h) admission

7. (a) escape (b) imagination (c) prevent (d) pension (e) country (f) composition (g) fashion (h) tension/extension (i) none/microphone (j) permission/ admission 8. Word Search t n e m e z a m a d y n d i e s r g c

m i c r o s c o p e r p i n p u e c f

t n e m e t i c x e t e s f o j z o d

t s t r e n g t h e n n c o p a p m e

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o u h c f o n n x j o i s m l b e o c

i l m v i f l o e f c o s a a y v s r

s t i a e a i l i l h n i t t n e i i

s i c c a z l c e s l e o i i o n t p

u p r c d l n q i c s o n o o i t i t

c l o i m a g i n a t i o n n s c o i

n i p n i f e q t p l i m w p s t n o

o c h a s d a e u r n v o r r e e t n

c a o t s y e s s l o o d n e r n l r

d t n i i c m u h c q u i c c p s y x

r i e o o n f i c i a f b h i x i r u

v o w n n o y g z q o p e l s e o w r

n n j r g n y x b f x n e f e u n b m

e r k h c e x t e n s i o n a p c y g

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Unit 15

-able, -ible

List Words available enjoyable comfortable reasonable forgivable flammable remarkable advisable noticeable

Word Building avail, avails, availing, availed, availability, availabilities, availableness, availably enjoy, enjoys, enjoying, enjoyed, enjoyableness, enjoyably, enjoyer comfortably, uncomfortable, comfortableness, comfort, comforts, comforting, comforted reasonableness, reasonably, reason, reasons, reasoning, reasoned, unreasonable unforgivable, forgive, forgives, forgiving, forgave, forgiveness, forgivably flammability, non-flammable, flame, flames, flaming, flamed, flameless remarkably, remarkableness, remarkability, remark, remarks, remarking, remarked advise, advises, advising, advised, advisedly, advisedness, advisory, advisability, advisor noticeably, noticeability, notice, notices, noticing, noticed

valuable

valuably, valuableness, value, values, valuing, valued

reversible

reversibly, reversibility, reversibleness, reverse, reverses, reversing, reversed, reversal

flexible

flexibility, flexibly, flexibleness, flex, flexes, flexing, flexed

horrible digestible edible visible

horribly, horribleness, horror, horrors, horrify, horrifies, horrifying, horrified digestibility, digestibly, digestibleness, digest, digests, digesting, digested, digestion edibility, edibleness, edibles, eat, eats, eating, eaten, eatable, eater visibility, visibilities, visibly, visibleness

sensible

sensibly, sensibleness, sensibility, sense, senses, senseless, senselessly, senselessness

audible

audibility, audibly, audibleness

legible

legibility, legibly, legibleness

divisible forgotten separate

divisibility, divisibly, divisibleness, divide, divides, dividing, divided, division, divisor forget, forgets, forgetting, forgot, forgettable, forgetter, forgetful, forgetfully, forgetfulness separates, separating, separately, separateness, separation, separarist, separationist

Revision Words cough

coughs, coughing, coughed, cougher

laugh

laughs, laughing, laughed, laughter, laughable, laughably, laughingly

draught paragraph photograph atmosphere

draughts, draughty, draughtier, draughtiest, draughtiness paragraphs, paragraphing, paragraphed, paragrapher, paragraphist, paragraphic photographs, photographing, photographed, photographer, photographic atmospheres, atmospheric, atmospherical, atmospherically

nephew

nephews

phobia

phobias, phobic

August

Augusts, augustly

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Word Building

Novembers

Unit Focus • This unit focuses on the suffixes ‘able’ and ‘ible’. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘forgotten’ and ‘separate’.

Teaching Points • Discuss the meaning of each suffix (both mean capable of being). • Identify the base word for each list word, where appropriate. • Discuss any difficult parts of the words. • Sort the list words according to the suffixes and brainstorm to add to each list.

RULES: • To make the plural of words ending with a ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. • When adding ‘ly’ to most words ending with ‘le’ change the ‘e’ to ‘y’. • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. (The ‘e’ is retained in noticeable etc. to keep the soft c sound.) • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added. (The ‘y’ is retained in horrifying to avoid ‘ii’ being added.)

Dictation 1. It is remarkable how my noticeable portrait dominates the hall, Egocentrically enjoyable as I stand ten feet tall. Visible and striking where I’ve hung it on the wall, Available for all to see, who happen to call. A valuable possession so it’s nailed well to prevent a fall. 2. While sitting in the comfortable seats, sipping drinks through our flexible straws, we love our after school chats where the gossip is only audible to our select group, and we try to separate fact from fiction.

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-able, -ible 3. My writing is legible. My sums are divisible. My coat is reversible. My shoe is flammable. So I’ll tell you something advisable. Never throw a shoe at your sister, As it may land in the fire if you missed her! 4. It is sensible to follow a healthy diet, If it is edible and non-fat then you buy it. Fruit and veg are good and very digestible, five a day, they say, is what is advisable. It is reasonable to eat an occasional sweet, But it is never forgivable to have smelly feet! 5. It made me feel sad and horrible that you had forgotten my birthday.

Answers 1. (a) forgivable (b) edible (c) comfortable (d) visible (e) audible (f) legible (g) flammable (h) flexible (i) enjoyable (j) divisible (k) available (l) valuable (m) noticeable (n) horrible 2. (a) reversibility (b) divisibility (c) availability (d) flammability (e) visibility (f) digestibility

3. Across 1. horrible 3. forgivable 4. divisible 7. sensible 9. reasonable 15. digestible 18. comfortable 19. available 20. advisable 21. visible Down 2. reversible 3. flexible 5. forgotten 6. separate 8 valuable 10. audible 11. enjoyable 12. noticeable 13. remarkable 14. flammable 16. edible 17. legible 4. (a) uncomfortable (b) unreasonable (c) unavailable (d) irreversible (e) illegible (f) inedible (g) invisible (h) unremarkable (i) unforgivable (j) invaluable (k) inaudible (l) inflexible

7. (a) nephew or valuable (b) available, reasonable, noticeable (c) November (d) noticeable 8. Word Search u l h b a v a i l a b l e t f c h j e

f i v j e l i o c n l e h h l p p f l

p f a f l t b a o o a m o g e e a h b

h o l A b m o o m t u j r u x l r g a

v r u u i c h e f i d j r a i b g u k

t g a g s q p l o c i h i r b a o o r

h o b u i j a b r e b e b d l v t c a

o t l s v m l i t a l l l l e i o v m

h t e t m f g g a b e b e c h g h n e

e e w a a f t e b l o i i a m r p d r

e n b m j j k l l e i s o t r o t i f

e l b a y o j n e N s r u w s f p v o

e r e h p s o m t a o e x a h e e i d

e l b i d e i g n k d v n p d k g s d

a d v i s a b l e d e e e s i n f i p

g a z e t a r a p e s r u m i i s b d

p a r a g r a p h d h x a j b b f l m

e l b a n o s a e r x s u c q e l e k

h d c j q i y a w z n a a l l h r e x

9. Teacher check 10. (a) cough, November (b) legible, separate

5. remarkable, valuable, photograph, nephew, atmosphere, August, advisable, sensible 6. (a) phobia (b) flammable (c) separate (d) laugh (e) horrible (f) valuable (g) reasonable (h) comfortable (i) flexible (j) atmosphere

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Unit 16

-ious, -ous

List Words

Word Building

serious

seriously, seriousness

curious

curiously, curiousness, curiosity, curiosities

envious various ambitious precious

enviously, enviousness, envy, envies, envying, envied, envyingly variously, variousness, vary, varies, varying, varied, varyingly, varier ambitiously, ambitiousness, ambition, ambitions, ambitionless preciously, preciousness

conscious

consciously, consciousness, consciousness-raising

suspicious

suspiciously, suspiciousness, suspicion, suspicions

delicious

deliciously, deliciousness

anxious

anxiously, anxiousness, anxiety, anxieties

nervous famous jealous dangerous marvellous tremendous

nervously, nervousness, nerve, nerves, nerveless, nervy, nervier, nerviest famously, famousness, fame, faming, famed, fameless jealously, jealousness, jealousy, jealousies dangerously, dangerousness, danger, dangers, endanger, endangering, endangered marvellously, marvellousness, marvel, marvels, marvelling, marvelled tremendously, tremendousness

fabulous

fabulously, fabulousness, fab

generous

generously, generousness, generosity, generosities

enormous

enormously, enormousness, enormity, enormities

numerous picture occurred

numerously, numerousness, number, numbers, numbering, numbered, numberless pictures, picturing, pictured, pictograph, pictographic, pictorial, picturesque, picturesquely, picturesqueness occur, occurs, occurring, occurrence

Revision Words ability

Word Building abilities, able, abled, ably

mystery

mysteries, mysterious, mysteriously, mysteriousness

monkey

monkeys

money

monies, moneybags, moneyed, moneylender, moneylenders, moneylending, moneymaker, moneymaking

journey

journeys, journeying, journeyed

macaroni taxi

taxis, taxiing, taxied, taxicab, taxicabs

quay

quays, quayage, quayside

frighten close

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frightener, frightening, frightful, frightfully, fright, frights closes, closing, closed, closer, closest, closely, closeness

Unit Focus • This unit focuses on the suffixes ‘ious’ or ‘ous’. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘picture’ and ‘occurred’.

Teaching Points • Discuss the meaning of the suffixes (both mean ‘full of’). • Identify the base word for each list word, where appropriate. • Discuss any difficult parts of the words. • Sort the list words according to the endings and brainstorm to add to each list.

RULES • For words ending with ‘our’ and ‘ous’, drop the ‘u’ before adding the suffixes ‘ous’ or ‘ity’. • To make the plural of words ending with ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. (Monies is an exception.) • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added. (The ‘y’ is retained in envying and varying to avoid ‘ii’ being added.) • When adding ‘y’ to a word ending with ‘e’, drop the ‘e’ before adding ‘y’. • When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix.

Dictation 1. This time I was in serious trouble and as I stood outside the head teacher’s office I felt anxious and nervous. I tried not to show my fear as I was conscious that everyone passing was looking at me. 2. The robbery occurred during the night and all the precious gems were stolen, but the police arrested the thief. He was filmed the previous day acting in a suspicious manner as he was being shown numerous pieces of jewellery. 3. If kind means generous. If aspiring means ambitious. If nosy means curious. If jealous means envious. If well-known means famous. If risky means dangerous. If it is not even is it odious? If someone is furious are they covered with fur?

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-ious, -ous 4. It was a marvellous party and the food was delicious, but not everyone had a fabulous time as an enormous argument broke out between two men, and various people tried to appease them. 5. There was a tremendous turnout at the auction and we had an ambitious target of £1000 to fundraise, which we surpassed, thanks to a very generous lady who bought the picture for £1200.

Answers 1. (a) curious (b) ambitious (c) fabulous (d) marvellous (e) nervous (f) precious (g) envious (h) famous (i) delicious (j) generous (k) enormous (l) various (m) serious (n) numerous (o) conscious (p) jealous 2. (a) delicious (b) occurred (c) precious (d) marvellous (e) suspicious (f) picture

3. Across 3. picture 7. anxious 10. delicious 12. enormous 13. conscious 15. ambitious 18. tremendous 19. numerous 20. serious 21. envious 22. precious Down 1. occurred 2. famous 4. dangerous 5. marvellous 6. fabulous 8. jealous 9. generous 11. suspicious 14. various 16. nervous 17. curious 4. (a) famous (b) curious (c) suspicious/ dangerous (d) delicious (e) precious (f) serious (g) enormous (h) tremendous 5. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e)

anxious, conscious mystery, monkey Various, macaroni taxi, quay enormous, money, picture

6. (a) closely (b) dangerously (c) tremendously (d) seriously (e) curiously (f) jealously (g) ambitiously (h) anxiously (i) suspiciously (j) deliciously

7. serious, curious, precious, suspicious, picture, close 8. Word Search s o i y b c s u o i c i p s u s f

u h t k n u o c r e u t a x i a e

o j p y o g c o n s c i o u s m h

l z g i d y k s u o l a e j d b t

l i r r r y a s e l c o f a a i j

e a c l o b y u s c v c a n n t s

v d e l i c i o u s e c b x g i u

r g s l q s s m o s n u u i e o o

a y i e y u u r r u v r l o r u d

m t f y y o o o e o i r o u o s n

y o r j e r i n n m o e u s u e e

r z i o k e r e e a u d s o s c m

e u g u n m e i g f s y i u k d e

t q h r o u s m a c a r o n i h r

s u t n m n e r v o u s k v h h t

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-se, -ce, -o

List Words

Word Building

chase

chases, chasing, chased, chaser

sense

senses, sensing, sensed, senseless, senselessly, senselessness, sensible, sensibly

release

releases, releasing, released

grease purchase increase surface bounce announce ambulance convince fierce

greases, greasing, greased, greaser, greaseless, greasy, greasier, greasiest purchases, purchasing, purchased, purchaser, purchasable, purchasability increases, increasing, increased, increaser, increasable, increasingly surfaces, surfacing, surfaced, surfaceless, surfacer bounces, bouncing, bounced, bouncer, bouncy, bouncier, bounciest announces, announcing, announced, announcer, announcement convinces, convincing, convinced, convincible, convincingly, convincement fiercer, fiercest, fiercely, fierceness tomatoes

fiasco

fiascos

potato

potatoes

piano

pianos, pianism, pianissimo, pianist, pianoforte

volcano

echoes, echoing, echoed, echoer, echoless, echolike, echoic volcanos or volcanoes, volcanic, volcanically, volcanicity, volcanism, volcanologist

patio

patios

ratio

ratios

Revision Words electrical personal astonish nourish breakage drainage friendship championship ninety

hundred

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Teaching Points • Identify the phoneme and how it is represented. • Discuss any difficult parts of words. • Discuss ways to make each word plural. • Sort the list words according to the graphemes and brainstorm other words to add to each list.

• When adding a suffix beginning with a vowel to most words ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is dropped before adding the suffix. • To make the plural of words ending with ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. • The ‘y’ at the end of base words changes to ‘i’ when a suffix is added. The ‘y’ is retained when adding ‘ing’ to avoid ‘ii’. • Words ending with ‘o’ are made plural by adding ‘s’ or ‘es’. Both spellings of some words are now accepted.

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multimedia email

• This unit focuses on the graphemes ‘se’ and ‘ce’ to represent a sound and on words that end with a single ‘o’ and how each can be made plural. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘multimedia’ and ‘email’.

RULES

ambulances

tomato

echo

Unit Focus

emails, emailing, emailed Word Building electric, electrically, electricity, electronic, electrify, electrified, electrifying person, persons, personable, personality, personalities, personally astonishes, astonishing, astonished, astonishingly nourishes, nourishing, nourished, nourisher, nourishment break, breaks, broke, broken, breaking, breakable, breakability, breakdown drain, drains, draining, drained, drainer, drainable, drainpipe, drainpipes friendships, friend, friends, friendly, friendlier, friendliest, friendliness, unfriendly championships, champion, champions, championing, championed nineties, ninetieth, ninetieths hundreds, hundredth, hundredths, hundredfold, hundredweight, hundredweights

1. As the waiter took my order for tomato soup there was a loud scream from the kitchen – it turned out that the two chefs had began to argue and chase each other but one had slipped and fallen on spilt grease and had broken his ankle. As the echo of the sirens from the ambulance resounded through the valley we left hungry. 2. The barbecue was a fiasco as the ratio of people to burgers was three to one. There was not enough food apart from a baked potato, so we just went for a bounce on the trampoline and had a sing-a-long on the patio. 3. The purchase of the boat was so cheap, I did a big bounce followed by a leap. I dived through the surface where the sea is deep, But hit a big rock and landed in a heap. 4. I shall announce your arrival at the door, Then play the piano until my fingers are sore. I will convince them to dance only on the floor, But please go home early as you are such a bore.

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5. I sent an email to Tom asking which car I should purchase and he replied that it must have a multimedia centre and, as there was a sense of urgency to order one before the price increase, the bank quickly arranged the release of money. I discovered the fierce competitiveness between all the retailers as I visited all the showrooms but finally, I chose the Vento in a colour called red volcano.

3. Across 7. ratio 8. convince 11. sense 12. echo 13. grease 15. patio 16. ambulance 18. announce 20. tomato 21. release Down 1. fierce 2. email 3. purchase 4. multimedia 5. volcano 6. surface 9. increase 10. fiasco 14. potato 15. piano 17. bounce 19. chase

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4. (a) surfaces, surfacing, surfaced (b) grease, greases, greased (c) chase, chases, chasing (d) purchases, purchasing, purchased (e) increase, increases, increased (f) email, emailing, emailed (g) bounce, bounces, bouncing

1. (a) release (b) patio (c) convince (d) echo (e) potato (f) fierce (g) grease (h) ambulance (i) ratio (j) piano (k) increase (l) sense 2. (a) ratio (b) surface (c) email (d) purchase, chase (e) volcano (f) tomato

5. (a) nourishment (b) fiercely (c) sensitive (d) expensive (e) disgraceful (f) astonishment (g) bouncy (h) announcement (i) greasy

6. (a) multimedia, volcano (b) grease, surface (c) personal, patio (d) email, fiasco 7. (a) multiplex (b) ambush (c) drainpipe (d) fiery (e) volatile (f) pronounce 8. Word Search y g p w k l h s i n o t s a t p f

c e r o v a n n o u n c e j u i r

d f h c c c d e z f e t y p n h i

y c i h s i o c a g p m e c u s e

e o m a j r m t a i a r r n o n n

s n u s s t s k a l s e d p d o d

m v l e g c a n n o a r z y s i s

o i t a r e o i n s e n g l b p h

a n i z r l n a e d s e n s e m i

m c m b d e l m n o u r i s h a p

b e e v t r o o n a c l o v s h n

u o d y t t a i g y b b o u n c e

l u i n a o w i p r e c r e i f h

a e a t p u m t n y e f j e l x j

n j o e a s k a l a a a e m a i l

c p u e w p q z t c g j s t j c u

e p u r c h a s e o r e l e a s e

9. (a) piano (b) hundred (c) potato (d) email (e) sense (f) personal 10. (a) fierce (b) nourish (c) sense (d) breakage (e) electrical (f) personal

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Summer

List Words

Word Building

traveller

travellers, travel, travels, travelling, travelled, travelogue, travel-sick

cheque

cheques, chequered, chequebook, chequebooks

exchange

exchanges, exchanging, exchanged, exchangeable, exchangeability, exchangeably, exchanger

luggage carousel foreign

carousels foreignly, foreignness, foreigner, foreigners, foreignism

hurricane

hurricanes

tsunami

tsunamis or tsunami

typhoon

typhoons, typhonic

heatwave

heatwaves

humidity

humid, humidly, humidness, humidifier, humidify, humidifies, humidified, humidification, humidistat

malaria terminal sweat

sultrier, sultriest, sultrily, sultriness malarial, malarian or malarious terminals, terminally, terminate, terminates, terminating, terminated, terminative, terminatory, termination sweats, sweating, sweated, sweaty, sweatier, sweatiest, sweater, sweatshirt, sweatshop

centigrade thermometer degree

thermometers, thermometry degrees, degreeless

mosquito

mosquitoes or mosquitos

thousand

thousands, thousandth, thousandths

double

doubles, doubling, doubled, doubleness, doubler

Revision Words

octopuses, octopi

suitcase

suitcases

snorkel

snorkels, snorkelling, snorkelled, snorkeller

ocean

oceans, oceanarium, oceanariums, oceanfront, oceangoing, oceanographer, oceanography, oceanic

depth security oxygen Australia Greece

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Word Building

octopus

pier

• This unit focuses on summer words. This unit also includes two common, high frequency words, ‘thousand’ and ‘double’.

Teaching Points • Identify difficult parts of words. • Discuss ways to remember how to spell a word. • Brainstorm other words to add to each list.

Dictation

abroad

sultry

Unit Focus

1. The disgruntled traveller. A hurricane had started that very day, And a typhoon could be on the way. The carousel was off so I had to carry my bag, Then I lost my luggage as it had no tag. I signed a cheque to exchange my money, When all of a sudden I felt really funny. Perspiration was running down my face, As that malaria pill had kicked into place. Going abroad can make your stress level double, So, no sweat, stay at home and save yourself the trouble. When the thermometer reaches an overbearing heat, There are a thousand reasons to stay in your seat. There are mosquitos even on the plane, And the oppressive humidity will drive you insane. As for me – a foreign holiday is just the worst pain. 2. We had to spend two nights in the airport terminal until the tsunami had receded, but the next day the sultry air had caused a heatwave and the temperature reached 30 degrees centigrade.

piers depths, deep, deeper, deepest, deepness securities, secure, secures, securing, secured, securable, securely, securement, secureness, securer oxygenate, oxygenates, oxygenating, oxygenated, oxygenic Australian, Australians Greek, Greeks, Grecian, Grecians

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Summer Answers 1. (a) malaria (b) security (c) Greece (d) thousand 2. (a) tsunami (b) double (c) sultry (d) luggage (e) hurricane (f) malaria 3. Across 2. sweat 6. thermometer 10. tsunami 11. sultry 13. exchange 15. abroad 16. double 18. degree 19. luggage 20. carousel 21. heatwave Down 1. cheque 3. terminal 4. humidity 5. hurricane 7. thousand 8. mosquito 9. foreign 12. traveller 14. centigrade 17. malaria 22. typhoon 4. (a) humidity, foreign, mosquito, abroad, traveller, sweat (b) double (c) Teacher check 5. mosquito, sultry, terminal, humidity, sweat, carousel, suitcase, snorkel, ocean, octopus

9. cheque

7. (a) foreign (b) heatwave (c) carousel (d) abroad (e) exchange (f) humidity (g) terminal (h) degree (i) malaria (j) hurricane (k) cheque (l) thousand (m) centigrade (n) traveller

10. (a) tsunami (b) sweat or heatwave (c) snorkel (d) mosquito (e) abroad (f) thousand (g) carousel (h) sultry

8. Word Search d c d o u h u m m a l a d

c k b i r g

k y l d i b o G

q t s n

b o e i a i l a r t s u A s s g e e q j i c

x t l b f e k e s n a n d j c f y p e b f s

y q u r j x u e m o s q u i t o n y g h j s c

o g t g o m c e c o r r q v b t n x e d r u h z

c e r g a o h n e i k m x i z s s c h i i e

t n e a d v a t d t e g z n o o h p y t q j

o h t g i y n u g r l l e s u o r a c u l d w h

k p u e e o r g a k k e z e v a w t a e h t j t

r m m u r m m j d e w r r q v z d n a s u o h t p o

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e j o

i m s n m d a z l r y g m y

y c r w g s e t j l i o s v

z q a e q u w u n e e t e h

m i y z s n d l a q i d t x e j h n f a h e s l t r s h f k o q r k n t u x s z j v k q g a t r

p e n i f o v m y n a v y k

u g i k b v h h i m m v t

r m r x s w k i

e e r e t x w h t m i j

m t e

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Unit 10 – ue, ew, iew, eau, eue.............................114–117

Unit 2 – trans-, tele-, auto-, anti-...............................82–85

Unit 11 – Silent Letters..........................................118–121

Unit 3 – au, augh, ough...........................................86–89

Unit 12 – al-, wel-, -til, -ful...................................122–125

Unit 4 – Singular and Plural Nouns............................90–93

Unit 13 – Spring/Easter.........................................126–129

Unit 5 – Long Vowels...............................................94–97

Unit 14 – sh, ti, si, ssi, ci......................................130–133

Unit 6 – oo, ew, ou, ue, ui......................................98–101

Unit 15 – -able, -ible............................................134–137

Unit 7 – Christmas...............................................102–105

Unit 16 – -ious, -ous............................................138–141

Unit 8 – Compound Words....................................106–109

Unit 17 – -se, -ce, -o............................................142–145

Unit 9 – ine, ise, ice, ite, ive..................................110–113

Unit 18 – Summer................................................146–149

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Unit 5

and sand band hand end lend send bend from want

Unit 10

ant bee bud bug dig fog frog sun ask here

cot hot dot pot bit pit sit it that if

leg beg peg hen ten men pen den they no

Unit 15

Unit 4

moon room hood zoo all call ball small this have

Unit 9

we me he she be bed wed fed with his

win fin bin tin sip tip lip zip is you

Unit 14

Unit 3

see been weed seed meet need feed seen yes saw

Unit 8

mix six box fox cut hut but nut are as

bells red star fun cake Santa tag tree did got

Unit 13

Unit 2

my by fly sky mop top hop pop for on

Unit 7

Unit 6

hug rug bug mug jug bag rag wag put was

pet met set wet am ham jam ram to by

Unit 12

Unit 1

can man ran pan sad bad dad had the of

Unit 11

Book A List Words

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them then those

out about around house

save gave take make

Unit 6

chin

than

Unit 5

shut

chip

Unit 4

shop

chop

Unit 3

ship

Unit 2

shoe

woke home bone note rose

shin

chum

both

now

made

cone

short

such

tooth

down

like

vote

ash

torch

path

how

ride

June

brush

rich

bath

brown

kite

tune

dish

lunch

l’m

what

time

use

fresh

arch

l’ll

when

mime

cube

wish

punch

l’ve

why

crime

tube

rash

church

it’s

where

mine

cute

one

two

four

May

her

seven

only

three

five

many

come

eight

sweets

drum

stamp

skip

went

meat

king Santa carrot

drip drop grip

stop stand step

skin skid skirt

spent rent ant

Unit 12

came

Unit 11

mouse

Unit 10

these

Unit 9

chest

Unit 8

sheep

teach reach beat

spit

grant

dear

tinsel

trip

stem

spin

damp

hear

baby

try

nest

spot

lamp

fear

carol

trim

rest

spark

ramp

heat

sing

bring

best

swim

camp

steep

cards

brave

cost

swing

jump

keep

food

crab

must

sweep

bump

sleep

gold

crash

lost

swell

lump

sheet

more

back

nine

good

some

would

any

give

help

who

has

pupil

hunt

bang

away

bird

moan

bike

eggs born thorn bunny

hang sang song along

day stay clay pay

spell

girl first third twirl

pant

coat loaf float soap

Unit 18

stone

Unit 17

start

grim

Unit 16

grab

toys

Unit 15

happy

Unit 14

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Unit 1

Book B List Words

seat

fish shells bucket spade

basket

belong

ray

hurt

load

camp

flower

wing

mail

turn

grow

wave

park

king

stain

burn

show

tent

plant

ring

pain

surf

tow

site

cross

thing

sail

paper

below

sea

raindrop

being

tail

never

own

seagull

spring

hung

wait

over

crow

seaweed

warm

sung

train

under

slow

sand

thirteen

old

Tuesday

Friday

Saturday

him

Monday

their

Wednesday

Thursday

Sunday

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thank sunk plank fine

still smell skull stall across

bottle little battle rattle middle

Unit 6

few

oven

think

Unit 5

crew

above

Unit 4

grew

love

Unit 3

chew

Unit 2

blew

scrap scrape scrub scream screen

glue

brother

alive

dress

riddle

spray

due

another

line

glass

paddle

spread

clue

other

reply

miss

buckle

sprain

blue

Monday

supply

jazz

ankle

sprint

bathroom

front

apply

buzz

eagle

sprout

bedroom

onion

fried

fizz

apple

stripe strap

trick

cried

cuff

able

straw

traffic

brick

high

staff

rectangle

street

comic

shock

sigh

cliff

single

strong

picnic

luck

right

stuff

jungle

stream

should

Ireland

while

yesterday

part

live

work

March

which

April

twelve

usual

cracker

quit

told

twice

page

yourself

lights birth stocking snowflakes

quiet quite liquid queen

older folder golden scold

price spice slice ice-cream

huge stage cage bandage

Unit 12

spoon

Unit 11

dizzy

Unit 10

tried

Unit 9

back

Unit 8

broomstick

needle

himself herself myself outside

Advent

question

coldest

rice

bridge

inside

Dasher

quack

boldest

advice

badge

offside seaside

balloon

quake

kindest

voice

judge

someone

greetings

squad

remind

ace

bench

something

holiday

squash

behind

disgrace

branch

sometimes

donkey

squeak

find

trace

crunch

somebody

Jesus

squirt

mind

space

wrench

everyone

Christmas

squeal

wind

place

match

everything

Donner

squirm

blind

race

watch

everybody

shopping

square

grind

face

catch

everywhere

minute

oil

again

January

please

centimetre

month

during

name

because

February

metre

Easter

weren’t

draw

war

comb

plane

bonnet cloud crocus grass green

l’d won’t we’ve they’ve what’s

straw law claw soar board

warrior warp warning ward wardrobe

lamb dumb numb crumb wrap

Unit 18

mice

Unit 17

goldfish

Unit 16

quilt

Unit 15

December

hedge

Unit 14

Unit 13

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Unit 1

Book C List Words

atlas boat crab passport rock

fresh

that’s

oar

warn

wreck

flipflops

buttercup

there’s

roar

warmth

write

beach

butterfly

you’re

sore

swarm

wrong

flight

digging

hasn’t

tore

dwarf

honest

ticket

dragonfly

you’ve

more

award

ghost

runway

Christ

we’re

score

warden

hour

landing

bluebird

she’s

stalk

towards

know

pool

pray

you’ll

walk

warren

knight

hotel

death

they’d

talk

reward

knife

salty

ladybird

they’re

chalk

warlock

knot

uniform

eighteen

Wales

today

fortnight

tomorrow

said

seventeen

Scotland

year

second

England

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happily merrily busily angrily easily cheerily craftily worried married dirtied copied supplied dried applied studies carries parties empties buries bullies litre busy

people angle vegetable simple terrible puzzle agile axle sprinkle assemble travel angel label level towel tunnel novel jewel fuel cancel kilogram kilometre explore score ignore adore shore chore anymore store door moor floor poor uproar roar boar boarder oar fourth court pour Italy Switzerland

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didn’t haven’t couldn’t wouldn’t shouldn’t can’t wasn’t aren’t we’d doesn’t they’ll let’s who’d who’s brother-in-law passer-by hanger-on by-law drive-in take-off Europe great

head breakfast deaf steady bread deadly lead tread instead ahead heavy thread threat breath earn breadth earl pearl death earth world clean

Unit 18

crept swept wept kept except adopt erupt fault built consult bolt revolt difficult adult left loft swift shift craft lift Rome Paris

Unit 10

parcel since certain century centipede prince acid calcium cigar circuit pencil stencil cinema circle circumference cylinder cycle cyclone cymbal agency found study

fair stair chair hairy airy dairy pair repair despair pushchair dare scare beware glare fare stare care rare spare mare Belfast Dublin

Unit 17

helpless harmless careless hopeless needless breathless sadness awareness sickness happiness weakness braveness cleanliness business quietly lonely wisely lovely brightly quickly kind engage

Unit 9

true value argue cue avenue screw flew brew dew drew igloo bamboo proof shampoo kangaroo fruit juice juicy bruise suit millimetre centilitre

knuckle knit knee rhyme yoghurt honour loch build written wreath wrist psalm palm calm often listen thistle whistle condemn autumn pretty animal

Unit 16

chick garden crown rabbit flowers flowerbed heaven daisy hatch rainbow raincoat tomb puddle foal meadow springtime windy daffodil splash worship point letter

hoof leaf beef scarf elf golf wolf shelf half calf safe wife life oxen geese dice children women teeth feet large does

Unit 15

snow gift family chimney tinsel snowman party winter elves candles frost angel stable concert reindeer birth jingle crowds holy jolly ours theirs

Unit 8

visitor doctor error sailor spectator water number lower sister better eleven opened broken hidden suddenly lesson reason person poison cotton read goes

Unit 14

Unit 13

Unit 7

Unit 1

Book D List Words hotter kinder colder stronger weaker meaner taller greatest smallest softest darkest thickest hardest lightest thinnest cheeriest bounciest bossiest tiniest angriest learn America outdoor outline outbreak outfit outcry undo untie uneven unable unaware overboard overcast overhead overall overbook underage underground understand undercover underneath Edinburgh London barbecue steak sausages charcoal lighter tennis racket prawns salad lakes park caravan jeans jumper shorts sandals castle postcards circus umbrella Moscow Berlin

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lottery robbery mystery ability academy bravery cavity monkey honey money trolley journey macaroni confetti bikini ski taxi spaghetti khaki quay frighten close

noise moist hoist choice voice invoice appoint asteroid enjoy decoy convoy boycott deploy royal employ destroy annoy voyage buoy lifebuoy beginning coming signal removal arrival musical festival electrical personal abolish astonish nourish foolish childish breakage wastage postage drainage hardship friendship championship membership ninety hundred

Unit 6 Unit 12

Unit 4

Unit 3

Unit 2

Unit 5 Unit 11

grape shape lemonade mistake cashmere complete these athlete flute accuse refuse amuse size mobile alive divide broke spoke globe phone easy fraction

interest intersect intercept interact interview international disability dislike disagree disappoint disappear return repeat refund revise suburb submarine submerge subject submission interesting modem

Unit 18

rough cough tough laugh enough trough draught roughcast paragraph graph photograph orphan nephew atmosphere elephant phrase autograph alphabet dolphin phobia August November

Unit 10

window follow borrow narrow shadow swallow unknown cargo zero domino bingo bravado tiptoe potatoes tomatoes foe oboe although though dough proportion shuttle

display stray relay always alley grey obey survey claim raise afraid operation dictation nature weight freight neighbour straight vein beige morning might

Unit 17

prefix prevent precise prepare predict microchip microscope microphone microfilm microbe barren woollen wooden lengthen strengthen amazement treatment department excitement agreement escape none

Unit 9

track struck attack packet cricket clock chuckle socket chicken pocket freckle classic volcanic mimic sonic plastic tonic terrific electric heroic upon eye

brief thief belief mischief grief relief believe niece field priest calorie cashier piece receive receipt deceive deceit seize weird caffeine biscuit address

Unit 16

prayer wellingtons season umbrella forgive seedlings shower died gardener nurture shoots palms soldier crucify prune weather religion celebrate thunderstorm lightning eighth truly

handkerchief guest cupboard guitar island climb limb doubt known knock guess young white wraith sign aisle tomb science wrinkle depot horse disc

Unit 15

wrap donkey reunion Santa Claus sauce presents holly enchanting Christmas mistletoe fairy sleigh festival turkey goose sprouts midnight delight pudding ornaments sugar special

Unit 8

gather gutter goodbye gadget figure giant magic energy gentle germ hydrogen charge lounge strange arrange change damage village gym danger near between

Unit 14

Unit 13

Unit 7

Unit 1

Book E List Words torch orchard channel achieve machine chef parachute charade approach coach school choir ache chemist anchor stomach character monarch orchid anarchy Madrid Cardiff firmly thirsty virus confirm thirty urchin burst urban urgent further purpose burnt modern quarter remember early earthquake heard search hearse sincerely library octopus squid shark whale snorkel pilot suitcase customs ocean scuba fishing pier depth lighthouse smuggler coastguard security sunglasses oxygen swimsuit Australia Greece

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serious curious envious various ambitious precious conscious suspicious delicious anxious nervous famous jealous dangerous marvellous tremendous fabulous generous enormous numerous picture occurred

wrote wretch wrestle answer kneel yolk guide thumb plumber tongue shoulder boulder yacht column knead debt folk guard rhythm wharf emergency accept chase sense release grease purchase increase surface bounce announce ambulance convince fierce tomato fiasco potato piano echo volcano patio ratio multimedia email

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Unit 11

barbecue fondue continue tissue rescue analogue duel refuel issue subdue fewer renew skewer mildew viewed viewpoint review beauty beautiful queue body eighty

indicate translate hesitate accurate extreme delete scene arrive polite umpire describe decide demote decode choke froze refuge perfume schedule costume scan circulate

Unit 18

available enjoyable comfortable reasonable forgivable flammable remarkable advisable noticeable valuable reversible flexible horrible digestible edible visible sensible audible legible divisible forgotten separate

Unit 10

magazine trampoline quarantine engine imagine examine medicine advise promise crevice service favourite definite opposite attractive positive negative explosive expensive detective monitor parallel

scissors pyjamas spectacles binoculars goggles pliers species series trousers scales shears tongs salmon deer moose trout athletics aircraft innings tweezers carry surprised

Unit 17

fashion cushion description collection population multiplication imagination information composition vaccination pension tension extension expression admission discussion concussion permission social official country trouble

Unit 9

toothache worthwhile eyesight wavelength goosebumps hairstyle lifestyle whiteboard skateboard keyboard guidelines spreadsheet typeset copyright nightmare newspaper supermarket afterwards worldwide therefore computer program

author authority dinosaur cause caution astronaut haunted launch applaud exhaust laundry caught taught daughter naughty ought nought thought fought sought preparation accidentally

Unit 16

chocolate colourful climate annual calories aroma dying decorate variety temperature yellow buffet confectionery disciples indulge irresistible tempting symbol gorge ritual lettuce onion

transport transfer transplant transit transmit telescope telephone teletext telepathy telegraph automatic automation autopsy autobiography autograph automobile antiseptic antidote antibiotic anticlockwise fulfil reference

Unit 15

bauble ceremony merry artificial celebration cranberry exciting shepherd fireplace television pantomime seasonal chestnuts invitation ribbon skiing skating snowboard sledging Nativity without idea

Unit 8

winner writer partner officer discover centre fibre theatre mirror calculator actor tutor cellar dollar popular particular humour labour harbour flavour diamond definitely

Unit 14

Unit 13

Unit 7

Unit 1

Book F List Words mushroom monsoon cartoon tablespoon snooze curfew corkscrew withdrew screwdriver coupon wound youth group mousse chop suey gruesome cruise suitable recruit pursuit sixty Africa almost already almighty altogether welcome welfare until instil delightful powerful awful useful careful fearful graceful hopeful skilful thankful watchful wonderful either neither traveller cheque exchange luggage carousel foreign hurricane tsunami typhoon abroad heatwave humidity sultry malaria terminal sweat centigrade thermometer degree mosquito thousand double

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silent talent different evident intelligent president accident incident opponent confident distant vacant important instant migrant tolerant constant pleasant elegant arrogant soldier embarrass

quantity celebrity allergy recipe catastrophe abbreviate guarantee absentee escapee cappuccino quiche amphibian unique orientation retrieve relieve conceit conceive caffeine debris participation outrageous sandwich valentine marmalade pavlova Morse code spoonerism arachnid pasteurise diesel hooligan cardigan volts biro teddy hygiene maverick leotard Braille Celsius python analysis permanent

Unit 6 Unit 12

Unit 4

Unit 3

Unit 2

Unit 5 Unit 11

dictionary primary ordinary secretary temporary boundary imaginary necessary military hereditary bakery cemetery surgery discovery archery mastery treachery slavery refinery battery government parliament

bicycle biceps bikini bilingual triangle triplet trilingual quadrangle quadrilateral pentagon pentathlon hexapod heptathlon September octopus October octagon nonagon decade decagon questionnaire alcohol

Unit 18

dialogue rogue catalogue fatigue league intrigue plague colleague vague disguise guidance guardian guillotine guerilla guarantor guile ghoul ghetto gherkin ghastly feud amateur

Unit 10

azure seizure measure treasure pleasure leisure division decision erosion confusion conclusion transfusion explosion occasion abrasion euthanasia illusion seclusion collision exclusion nuclear immediately

politician superficial physician electrician mansion expansion profession confession compassion session pressure fissure rotation revolution extinction conservation affection adaptation irrigation invention happened practise

Unit 17

anticipate exaggerate cooperate hibernate concrete gangrene obsolete precede ozone chrome decompose glucose advertise juvenile apologise appetite produce abuse solitude magnitude association persuasion

Unit 9

airbrush airstrip airlift airline airtight airborne airmail airspace aerial aerobatics aeroplane aerodrome aerobics aerosol supersede superficial superhuman superimpose superintendent superior prioritise potential

Australian Italian Argentinian Iranian Vietnamese Portuguese Japanese Irish English Scottish jeweller builder photographer engineer auctioneer mountaineer scientist pianist dentist pharmacist material assessment

Unit 16

bouquet nursery ecology migrate crucifixion cultivate sacrifice environment resurrection horticulture propagate insect germinate fertilizer flourish foliage sunshine survival luxurious bountiful agriculture ecosystem

imperfect impolite impatient imbalance immature immobile immovable misplace misfortune mislead misunderstand indignity indirect inaccurate invisible incorrect incomplete inadequate independent intolerable consequence development

Unit 15

Dancer Prancer anticipating exhausted poinsettia hibernate resolution sacred crackers myrrh frankincense potatoes elderberry roast commercial advertisements tradition decorations indulging programmes technology citizen

Unit 8

persuade negotiate appreciate severe persevere fortune consume reduce excuse confuse provide combine organise meanwhile excite erode provoke envelope postpone explode continuous industrial

Unit 14

Unit 13

Unit 7

Unit 1

Book G List Words difference silence commence absence independence patience conscience audience convenience experience chance balance distance appearance acceptance entrance substance instance assistance nuisance physical genius hymn solemn design gnash gnarl malign dinghy honour rhinoceros vehicle honesty whisper doubtful guilty couple sword pneumonia raspberry almond knowledge efficient sufficient souvenir abseiling amusements catamaran helicopter tourism repellent navigation satellite security protection inoculation route intercontinental paragliding equator latitude longitude continent casualty technique strategy

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