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Elementary Spelling Inventory (ESI)

Appendix A

The Elementary Spelling Inventory (ESI) covers more stages than the PSI. It can be used
as early as first grade, particularly if a school system wants to use the same inventory
across the elementary grades. The 25 words are ordered by difficulty to sample features
of the letter namealphabetic to derivational relations stages. Call out enough words so
that you have at least five or six misspelled words to analyze. If any students spell more
than 20 words correctly, use the Upper Level Spelling Inventory.
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bed
ship
when
lump
f loat
train
place
drive
bright
shopping
spoil
serving
chewed
carries
marched
shower
bottle
favor
ripen
cellar
pleasure
fortunate
confident
civilize
opposition

I hopped out of bed this morning. bed


The ship sailed around the island. ship
When will you come back? when
He had a lump on his head after he fell. lump
I can f loat on the water with my new raft. float
I rode the train to the next town. train
I found a new place to put my books. place
I learned to drive a car. drive
The light is very bright. bright
She went shopping for new shoes. shopping
The food will spoil if it is not kept cool. spoil
The restaurant is serving dinner tonight. serving
The dog chewed up my favorite sweater yesterday. chewed
She carries apples in her basket. carries
We marched in the parade. marched
The shower in the bathroom was very hot. shower
The bottle broke into pieces on the tile floor. bottle
He did his brother a favor by taking out the trash. favor
The fruit will ripen over the next few days. ripen
I went down to the cellar for the can of paint. cellar
It was a pleasure to listen to the choir sing. pleasure
It was fortunate that the driver had snow tires. fortunate
I am confident that we can win the game. confident
They wanted to civilize the forest people. civilize
The coach said the opposition would be tough. opposition

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20. cellar

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22. fortunate

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Harder
Suffixes

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confid

fortun

pleas

Bases or
Roots

MIDDLE

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Feature
Points

DERIVATIONAL RELATIONS

21. pleasure

19. ripen

rr

Syllable
Junctures

18. favor

ed

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ving

pping

Inflected
Endings

LATE

Unaccented
Final
Syllables

MIDDLE

Date ____________

/ 25

Words
Spelled
Correctly

Spelling Stage: ____________________________

SYLLABLES AND AFFIXES


EARLY

tt

or

LATE

17. bottle

ow

ar

14. carries

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ch

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13. chewed

igh

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br

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12. serving

11. spoil

10. shopping

9. bright

dr

8. drive

tr
pl

6. train

fl

mp

Blends

7. place

wh

sh

Digraphs

Other
Vowels

MIDDLE

Long
Vowels

EARLY

WITHIN WORD PATTERN

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5. float

4. lump

Short
Vowels

MIDDLE

LATE

Feature Points: ______ / 62

LETTER NAMEALPHABETIC

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EARLY

Consonants
Initial
Final

LATE

EMERGENT

3. when

2. ship

1. bed

Features

SPELLING
STAGES

Words Spelled Correctly: ______ / 25

Teacher ______________________________

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Students Name _______________________________

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Blends

Long
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Other
Vowels

MIDDLE

WITHIN WORD PATTERN


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Syllable
Junctures

LATE

Unaccented
Final
Syllables

MIDDLE

SYLLABLES AND AFFIXES


EARLY

Inflected
Endings

LATE

Note: *Highlight students who miss more than 1 on a particular feature; they will benefit from more instruction in that area.

Short
Vowels

MIDDLE

LETTER NAMEALPHABETIC

Harder
Suffixes

EARLY

Bases or
Roots

MIDDLE

DERIVATIONAL RELATIONS

25

Correct
Spelling

87

Total
Rank
Order

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instruction*

EARLY

Consonants

LATE

EMERGENT

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Possible Points

Students
Name

SPELLING
STAGES

School __________________________

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Teacher ___________________________

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CHAPTER 4

MIDDLE

EMERGENT
LATE

CHAPTER 5

MIDDLE

LETTER NAMEALPHABETIC
EARLY

LATE

CHAPTER 6

MIDDLE

WITHIN WORD PATTERN


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CHAPTER 7

MIDDLE

LATE

SYLLABLES AND AFFIXES


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CHAPTER 8

MIDDLE

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DERIVATIONAL RELATIONS
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Spelling-by-Stage Classroom Organization Chart

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