5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Name 3 of the 6 Developmental Expectations of the beginning reader.
- Will the development of early reading skills allow children to gain opportunities for future learning possibilities?
- Name 4 objectives of reading instruction for emergent readers.
- Do children need to be highly intelligent to become successful readers?
- Define morpheme
- a A unit of meaning that cannot be divided into smaller elements.
- b Yes.
- c With reading instruction the child should begin basic phonemic awareness:
1. Begin to recognize print in the environment
2. Begin to recognize letter shapes
3. Begin to make predictions in stories
4. Pretend to read
- d 1. Letters are associated with sounds
2. Begin to read simple CVC words
3. Writing simple CVC words evolves to CVC
- e No.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A comprehension strategy used while reading that involves:
* Monitoring understanding
* Reflecting on what has been read
- Smallest part of a written language
that represents a phoneme
when spelling a word.
- Word-attack skills refers to strategies readers use to decode unknown words.
5 True/False questions
Name 4 stages of reading development. → 4 Stages of Reading Development:
Onset is the: → The part of a syllable that contains the vowel and everything after it.
Phonics instruction is most effective when instruction begins at what grade? → ... sounds work together to make words.
Fluent readers are often in what grade range? → 4th to 8th.
Rime is the: → Initial consonant sound of a syllable.