5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Fluent readers are often in what grade range?
- Fluent readers can be characterized as:
- Systematic phonics instruction has these 3 characteristics:
- An example of visual clues in environmental print would be ...
- a Smallest part of a written language
that represents a phoneme
when spelling a word.
- b 1. Planned
2. Carefully selected letter/sound relationships
3. Logically sequenced
- c 4th to 8th.
- d Orthographic
Orthographic: ability to decode using larger units of print.
- e Letters in a child's name
5 Multiple choice questions
1. Word-attack skills
- The part of a syllable that contains the vowel and everything after it.
- ... explicit
- The smallest part of spoken language
that makes a difference in the meaning of words.
5 True/False questions
Phonemic awareness is the ability to: → * Hear
the phonemes in spoken words
Decoding is: → The analysis and study of
words, phrases, and sentences.
Can the combination of syllables creating words be called blending? → Onset
Is the b- in bag the onset or the rime? → Initial consonant sound of a syllable.
Explicit phonics programs ... → The understanding that there is a predictable relationship between phonemes and graphemes.