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5 Matching questions

  1. General sequence for Teaching Phonics Elements
  2. Character
  3. Instructional Level
  4. The use of repetitive, rhyming texts for kindergarten read-alouds is likely to promote the reading development of kindergarten students primarily by:
  5. Types of Phonemic Awareness Activities: Sound blending activities
  1. a Children 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. b 90-94% Accuracy
  3. c persons presented in a dramatic or narrative work
  4. d fostering their phonemic awareness
  5. e 1. Single Consonants and show vowels
    2. Consonant Digraphs
    3. Long Vowels with silent e (CVCe pattern)
    4. Long vowels at the end of words or syllables
    5. y as a vowel
    6. r-controlled vowels
    7. silent consonants
    8. vowel digraphs
    9. variant vowel digraphs or dipthongs

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the ability to differentiate sounds
    the ability to instruct based on sound symbol relationships
  2. The division of words into syllables
  3. read smoothly and accurately
  4. is grouping information to help children remember it better, a form of brainstorming
  5. Personalize reading assessments to identify the needs of individual students

5 True/False questions

  1. Dialogueusually what the character says


  2. ClimaxThe mid-central vowel in an unaccented or unstressed syllable


  3. "Correction" tells youA 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


  4. Frustration LevelLots 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.


  5. Readingthe general locale, historical times, or social circumstances in which the action occurs