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5 Matching questions

  1. Miscue Analysis allows you to comment on:
  2. What do miscues tell you?
  3. Rime
  4. The use of repetitive, rhyming texts for kindergarten read-alouds is likely to promote the reading development of kindergarten students primarily by:
  5. R-controlled syllable
  1. a fostering their phonemic awareness
  2. b A syllable containing a letter combination made up of a vowel followed by the letter r. The vowel-r combination is one welded sound that cannot be segmented (such as ar, er, ir, or, and ur)
  3. c The language cuing systems that a reader uses and the reading strategies that they employ
  4. d A Vowel and any following consonants of a syllable
  5. e 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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A syllable with a short-vowel, long-vowel, or dipthong sound spelled with a vowel combination (such as ai, ea, ee, oi, or oo. cvvc, ccvvc, cvvcc)
  2. A student makes a miscue and then self corrects what they have read.

    This is good! We want readers to self-correct. However is the reader reading too fast? Is the reader mis-correcting accurate reading? If so, the reader often doesn't see himself as a good reader
  3. Before reading: to orient students to the story and to the task

    During reading: to build an understanding of the story

    After reading: to check whether students understand the story
  4. a sight word
  5. A final separate syllable containing a consonant followed by the letters le

5 True/False questions

  1. Reading fluency refers to a student's ability to:long vowels say their name (a_e, e_e, i_e)

          

  2. Experience storiesrefers to a precise, factual, informational writing style

          

  3. Consonant BlendsTwo or three consonants that appear together ina word, with each retaining sound when blended (fl, gr, sp, mp)

          

  4. ConflictThe consonant preceding the vowel of a syllable

          

  5. The smallest unit of sound, for example, the sound of the consonant b is a:Phoneme

          

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