5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Key components of research based reading/literacy instruction:
- "Correction" tells you
- Bloom's Taxonomy
- Synthetic Phonics
- a In this systematic and explicit approach, students learn to transform letters and letter combinations into sounds and then the sounds together to form recognizable words.
- b 1. Knowledge-recognizing or recalling literal information
2. Comprehension-constructing meaning from the text
3. Application-applying text content to a new situation
4. Analysis-breaking down ideas into their parts to show how they are related
5. Synthesis-combining different ideas to create an original work
6. Evaluation-judging value or effectiveness, based on some criteria or standards
- c A student makes a miscue and then self corrects what they have read.
This is good! We want readers to self-correct. However is the reader reading too fast? Is the reader mis-correcting accurate reading? If so, the reader often doesn't see himself as a good reader
- d Lots of repetition may mean that the test level is too difficult. Sometimes readers repeat when they're uncertain and will repeat the words to make sense of the passage.
- e Fluency, vocab, phonemic awareness, phonics, reading comprehension
5 Multiple choice questions
- fostering their phonemic awareness
- means recognizing the corresponding sound of a specific letter when that letter is seen or heard.
- A syllable ending with a long-vowel sound spelled with one vowel letter (cv, ccv)
5 True/False questions
Conflict → the tension created by the antagonist and the protagonist
Two or more consonant letters that combine to make one sound such as those found in the words church and what are called: → syllable
Omission → The tonality (feeling) created by the literary work
Open Syllable → A syllable ending in one or more consonants and having a short-vowel sound spelled with one vowel letter (vc, cvc, ccvc, cvcc)
When a teacher teaches phonics by taking sounds and blending them together into words, she is teaching phonics through: → synthetic instruction