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  1. Decoding is:
  2. An example of visual clues in environmental print would be ...
  3. Name 4 objectives of reading instruction for emergent readers.
  4. Phonemic awareness is the ability to:
  5. Semantics is:
  1. a With reading instruction the child should begin basic phonemic awareness:

    1. Begin to recognize print in the environment

    2. Begin to recognize letter shapes

    3. Begin to make predictions in stories

    4. Pretend to read
  2. b The analysis and study of
    meanings of
    words, phrases, and sentences.
  3. c Letters in a child's name
  4. d * Hear
    * Identify
    * Manipulate
    the phonemes in spoken words
  5. e The analysis of spoken or written symbols
    in order to understand meaning.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 4. Rhyme

    5. Blend words

    6. Begin to recognize phonograms
  2. 1. Assessment of identified reading weakness (diagnosis)

    2. Teaching explicit strategies based on diagnosis

    3. Linking instruction to prior knowledge
  3. The smallest part of spoken language
    that makes a difference in the meaning of words.
  4. Via re-teaching all of the modalities taught to beginning readers.
  5. Onset

5 True/False questions

  1. Can the combination of syllables creating words be called blending?Onset

          

  2. Beginning readers are often in what age range?4th to 8th.

          

  3. Beginning readers can be characterized as:
    - pre-alphabetic
    - Alphabetic
    - Orthographic
    Not able to demonstrate competency in these skills.

          

  4. Fluent readers are often in what grade range?Early childhood to pre-K.

          

  5. Remedial readers are identified in what grade?As early as 3rd grade.