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When students don't recognize a word, they can use these 3 strategies
etomologies (word histories)
What is quiet as a mouse an example of?
What is Im so hot Im melting an example of?
What is fastest and example of?
What is the waves galloped across the beach an example of?
Why do we teac similies and metaphors?
To elicit descriptive writing
What is the process of finding surround words to uncover meaning?
Have words subway and submarine. The teacher breaks up the words and then examines other words that begin with sub. What is this an example of?
When students enjoy morphemic analysis and context clues, what does the student have?
What is the term for history of words?
Chip off the old block is a what?
Words with nearly the same meaning as the tired words. What is this an example of?
Deer and Dear are what?
Words spelt the same but have different meanings. What are these?
what are these?
Words with multiple meanings are what words?
Phonemic awareness definition
Ability to notice and manipulate sounds of oral language
Example of sound matching/identification
which word begin with /b/?
Bat, pat, last
What sound does this words begin with?
What sound does this word end with?
Example of sound isolation
Which sound starts with a different consonant sound at the beginning and doesn't belong?
Lamp, Light, Weight
Dif sound in middle?
Ballet, stallion, soup
Sound substitution example
Bingo was his name o
Singo was his name o
Say duck, now substitue the /d/ with /b/. Whats the new word? Buck
Blending sounds to form words example
Listen to the sunds and blend them to make a word
listen to words, say sounds
Use Elkonin boxes below to identify the sounds in words
Sound deletion example
Take away a sound, what's left?
Take away /t/ in tail. What's left? Ail
Oddity task examples
Which words don't rhyme?
Which two words begin with same sound?
which two words end with same sound?
which two words have same middle sound?
Which sou nd was switched, beginning middle or end?
Late--> Date (Beginning)
What rhymes with ____ and begins with ___?
What are phonemes?
consonants or vowels
2 sounds of c
2 sounds of g
CVC= medial short vowel
CVCe= medial vowel long
CV = long vowel in 1syl word
R-Controlled vowel=neither short or long
IGH= gh is silent followed by long i
KN or WR= k and w silent
Not always helpful
Difference between literal comprehension and inferential?
literal= most basic level comprehension--> find main ideas, identify explicitly stated reasons
inferential= identifies implied info and have to use clues and background knowledge to make educational inferences
3 reasons ELL might struggle with comprehension and what to do to alleviate issues?
3 problems: lack background knowledge, unfamiliar with genre, confused by figurative language
Teachers can: choose appropriate books, teach comp. strategies, and explain figurive language as it comes up
To compree nd a text students must have _____ knowledge?
Creating mental images of text in mind is what?
The most capable readers focus on what?
Less capable readers devote their time to what?
What is a cloze procedure?
asking students to suply missng word in a passage
When students check understanding of what they are reading/writing, they are doing what?
monitoring reading and writing
Factors such as background knowledge and purpose are what?
Comparing a book being read to another book is a what?
text to text connection
Example of a metacognitive strategy
asking a friend what confused about understanding a text
When should students make predictions in stories
before reading and at pivitol points
When does comprehension improve?
When students are asking their own questions
When ELLs have cultural knowledge different than main stream needed to comprehend text, teacher should...
build knowledge and vocab during prereading
Comprehension strategy: when student identify a focus or reason for reading
setting a purpose
Comp strategy that involves paraphrasing big ideas....
Students construct meaning by using ______ and _______ when reading a text
prior experience and author's text
Why should students be taught about text factors?
1. teach students how t look at a whole text and see how sentences/paragraphs relate to each other
2. text factors teach students how to analyze texts and draw conclusions based on what is presented in each genre
Stories are caregorized by what?
When a story is lacking tension, a student should develop their what?
What is a omnisient viewpoint?
describing thought process where it feels like peeking inside characters mind
underying meaning of story is a what?
What are text factors?
Do poems have the same text factors as other types of reading/writing?
The way in which authors organize their ideas in stories, info, books, and poems is referred to as what?
An example of a narrative text
short story about a little girl moving into a new house
What is this an example of?
Mary is embarrassed to ride in her father's used car in the story
Example of historical fiction
books recreating time period
What is a myth
ancient peoples stories explaining natural phenomenon
Story from own eyes is what kind of viewpoint?
A group of student wrote poem about teir trip to word series baseball game, what kind of poem is his?
Poem with 17 syllables, 3 lines, 5, 7, and 5 lines again
what peom is it
Story that teaches moral is what?
Story where dog can sing and dance. What type of story?
Stories passed down generation t generation are what stories?
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