5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Analogy Phonics
- Analytic Phonics
- The written representation of sounds are called:
- In a word containing an r-controlled vowel, such as shark, far, apart, the vowel sound is:
- a neither long nor short
- b In this approach students learn how to use a phonogram or rime, in a familiar word to identify an unfamiliar word with the same rime.
- c is the smallest unit of sound
- 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 Graphemes
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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
- Teachers create matching games using familiar objects. From a collection of objects and pictures, children choose the two that begin with the same sound. Or children choose one of several items beginning with a particular sound. Children also identify rhyming words. They name a word that rhymes with a given word and identify rhyming words from familiar songs and stories.
- combining sounds represented by letters to pronounce a word
- Children slowly pronounce a word, identifying all its sounds.
5 True/False questions
Variant vowel digraphs → Two consonant letters that together stand for a single sound (sh, th, wh)
Key components of research based reading/literacy instruction: → read smoothly and accurately
General sequence for Teaching Phonics Elements → 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.
Reading → the general locale, historical times, or social circumstances in which the action occurs
Schwa → The vowel sound sometimes heard in an unstressed syllable