5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Compared with standardized reading assessments, one important advantage of informal reading assessments is that they allow the teacher to:
- Reading process
- Balanced Reading
- Rimes that share the same spelling make up word families. These rimes are called:
- Word Walls
- a phonograms
- b 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.
- c Personalize reading assessments to identify the needs of individual students
- d consists of words posted on classroom walls as a means of immersing students in language, students add new words as they come in contact with them.
- e is a reading program which includes phonemic awareness, decoding, fluency, calling on prior knowledge, vocabulary-building, comprehension and motivation
5 Multiple choice questions
- is reading "text in such a way as to question assumptions, explore perspectives, and critique underlying social and political values or stances."
- The mid-central vowel in an unaccented or unstressed syllable
- is all reading that not individual; this can include paired reading, read-alouds, literacy circles, small groups, and choral reading
- Children slowly pronounce a word, identifying all its sounds.
- combining sounds represented by letters to pronounce a word
5 True/False questions
Two or more consonant letters that combine to make one sound such as those found in the words church and what are called: → onsets
Figurative Language → the departure from what speakers mean from the standard meaning of words (ex. similes and metaphors)
Syllabication → The division of words into syllables
Authentic Assessment → 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.
Phoneme → The quality or feeling conveyed by the work that pervades a work