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5 Matching questions

  1. Imagery
  2. Phonics
  3. The part of a word that makes up the vowel and the final consonants within a syllable is called:
  4. Segmenting
  5. Variant vowel digraphs
  1. a Mental pictures created as one reads or one of figurative language
  2. b the association of speech sounds with printed symbols
  3. c Dividing the words into its separate sounds
  4. d rime
  5. e Sounds that are not commonly classified as long or short vowels (aw, au, oo)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. are groups of words having similar roots or stems
  2. 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
  3. referring to the sound relationships between the orthography (spelling) and phonology (sounds) of language
  4. A syllable ending with a long-vowel sound spelled with one vowel letter (cv, ccv)
  5. In this approach, phonics instruction is embedded in the context of "authentic" reading and writing experiences. Phonic elements are introduced informally when the teacher sense that students need to know them.

5 True/False questions

  1. Types of Phonemic Awareness Activities: Sound matching activitiesChildren play the "What am I thinking of?" guessing game. The teacher identifies several characteristics of an object and then pronounces its name, articulating each of the sounds separately. Then children blend the sounds together and identify the word using both the phonological and semantic information that the teacher provided.


  2. Teaching phonics by taking words and breaking them down into parts is calledsynthetic instruction


  3. ReflectionDividing the words into its separate sounds


  4. LegendIf the protagonist is a myth is a person, it is a called a legend


  5. A word attack skill that examines prefixes, roots, and suffixes is called:Graphemes