5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Visual Messages
- When a teacher teaches phonics by taking sounds and blending them together into words, she is teaching phonics through:
- a The tonality (feeling) created by the literary work
- b refers to non-print texts (cartoons, posters, pictures)
- c an inanimate object is endowed with life or human attributes
- d synthetic instruction
- e The consonant preceding the vowel of a syllable
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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?
- The clear, easy, written or spoken expression of ideas
- the written or printed representation of a phoneme
- Using miscue analysis is an important diagnostic tool that should be done every 6-8 weeks to see how the reader is improving in the strategies used. Making sense of the miscues will help you with the next steps to improve the child's reading. It is worthwhile to have a few questions prepared that let you know about the child's comprehension of the passage read as miscue analysis tends to rely on advising you of the strategies used. Miscue analysis may seem time consuming initially, however, the more you do, the easier it gets.
- the way the story gets told from who (use I for first person, third person is from someone outside the story)
5 True/False questions
Foreshadowing → the use of clues to give readers a hint of events that will occur later on
Using the knowledge of the relationship between letters and sounds and blending them together when decoding is using: → Phonics
Schwa → the doctrine or general claim of a literary work (the message the author wants to communicate, sometimes expressed as a generalization about life)
Types of Phonemic Awareness Activities: Segmentation Activities → Children slowly pronounce a word, identifying all its sounds.
Connotation → The process or result of seriously thinking over one's experiences, especially those valued; introspection