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5 Matching Questions

  1. A unit of pronunciation having only one vowel phoneme is considered a
  2. Paired Writing
  3. Automaticity
  4. Vowel-Consonant e syllable
  5. In a word containing an r-controlled vowel, such as shark, far, apart, the vowel sound is:
  1. a Refers to two students collaborating to create one piece of writing
  2. b fluent processing of information that requires little effort or attention, as sight-word recognition
  3. c neither long nor short
  4. d syllable
  5. e A syllable with a long-vowel sound spelled with one vowel letter followed by one consonant and a silent e (VCe, CVCe, CCVCe)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. a meaningful linguistic unit that cannot be divided into smaller meaningful elements
  2. is all reading that not individual; this can include paired reading, read-alouds, literacy circles, small groups, and choral reading
  3. fostering their phonemic awareness
  4. Consonant Digraphs
  5. The division of words into syllables

5 True/False Questions

  1. SubstitutionsSometimes 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?

          

  2. During an instructional activity, the teacher asks a child to locate the onset of the word shop, the child would be correct if they responded:sh

          

  3. Reading fluency refers to a student's ability to:1. Single Consonants and show vowels
    2. Consonant Digraphs
    3. Long Vowels with silent e (CVCe pattern)
    4. Long vowels at the end of words or syllables
    5. y as a vowel
    6. r-controlled vowels
    7. silent consonants
    8. vowel digraphs
    9. variant vowel digraphs or dipthongs

          

  4. Embedded PhonicsIn 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.

          

  5. Experience storiesare teacher-directed stories written by the teacher and the students to reflect a group experience

          

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