5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Implied Meaning
- Embedded Phonics
- Explicit Phonics Lesson Sequence
- When a child can break up the letters in words into their particular sounds, he/she is demonstrating the ability to:
- a segment
- b In phonology, a minimal unit of sequential speech sounds comprised of a vowel sound or vowel-consonant combination
- c is meaning which cannot be cited from the text but which may be drawn from the reading; reading between the lines
- d In this approach, phonics instruction is embedded in the context of "authentic" reading and writing experiences. Phonic elements are introduced informally when the teacher sense that students need to know them.
- e 1. Develop Phonemic Awareness
2. Introduce Sound/Spelling
3. Blend Words
4. Build automatic word recognition
5. Apply decodable text
6. Word work for decoding and encoding
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Personalize reading assessments to identify the needs of individual students
- In this systematic and explicit approach, students learn to transform letters and letter combinations into sounds and then the sounds together to form recognizable words.
- Sometimes a child will use a substitution because they don't understand the word being read. Does the substitution makes sense in the passage, it is a logical substitution?
- Two consonant letters may represent the sound of only one of them. The other consonant is "silent" (gn, kn, wr)
5 True/False Questions
Syntactic Cues → In this systematic and explicit approach, students learn to transform letters and letter combinations into sounds and then the sounds together to form recognizable words.
Clustering → is grouping information to help children remember it better, a form of brainstorming
Point of View → the tension created by the antagonist and the protagonist
Paired Reading → is meaning which cannot be cited from the text but which may be drawn from the reading; reading between the lines
Mood → The tonality (feeling) created by the literary work