5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Types of Phonemic Awareness Activities: Segmentation Activities
- Vowel-Consonant e syllable
- Analytic Phonics
- Types of Phonemic Awareness Activities: Sound addition or substitution activities
- a Students create nonsense words as they add or substitute sounds in words in songs they sing or in books that are read aloud to them.
- b A syllable with a long-vowel sound spelled with one vowel letter followed by one consonant and a silent e (VCe, CVCe, CCVCe)
- c When words are omitted
It may mean weaker visual tracking. Determine if the meaning of the passage is affected or not. If not, omissions can also be the result of not focusing or reading too fast. It may mean the sight vocabulary is weaker.
- d In this approach, instruction begins with the identification of a familiar word. The teacher then introduces a particular sound/spelling relationship within that familiar word
- e Children slowly pronounce a word, identifying all its sounds.
5 Multiple choice questions
- morphemic analysis
- the range of secondary or associated significances and feelings which it commonly suggests or implies
- is the support and guidance provided by an adult that helps a student function on a higher level; students develop new cognitive abilities when a teacher leads them through task oriented interactions
- Consonant blends
- 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)
5 True/False questions
Visual Messages → refers to non-print texts (cartoons, posters, pictures)
Instructional Level → Sometimes a child will use a substitution because they don't understand the word being read. Does the substitution makes sense in the passage, it is a logical substitution?
If a teacher asks the child to locate the rime in the word test, the child would be correct if he/she responded: → est
Phonemic Awareness → an understanding that speech consists of a series of small sound parts
Segmenting → Dividing the words into its separate sounds