5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- R-controlled syllable
- Reading process
- Open syllable
- a is the awareness and knowledge of one's mental processes such that one can monitor, regulate, and direct them a desired end; self mediation; thoughts about thinking
- 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)
- c A syllable ending with a long-vowel sound spelled with one vowel letter (cv, ccv)
- d a process in which we construct meaning from print. Any of the subprocesses, such as word identification or comprehension, that are involved in the act of reading.
- e The vowel sound sometimes heard in an unstressed syllable
5 Multiple choice questions
- means recognizing the corresponding sound of a specific letter when that letter is seen or heard.
- Dividing the words into its separate sounds
- Sounds that are not commonly classified as long or short vowels (aw, au, oo)
- Children slowly pronounce a word, identifying all its sounds.
5 True/False questions
Morpheme → a meaningful linguistic unit that cannot be divided into smaller meaningful elements
When a child is able to hear the sounds that make up a word, such as identifying the initial consonant sound in the word put, that child has: → Phonemic Awareness
Word Families → a meaningful linguistic unit that cannot be divided into smaller meaningful elements
Reading fluency refers to a student's ability to: → read smoothly and accurately
The use of repetitive, rhyming texts for kindergarten read-alouds is likely to promote the reading development of kindergarten students primarily by: → synthetic instruction