5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Decoding is:
- An example of visual clues in environmental print would be ...
- Name 4 objectives of reading instruction for emergent readers.
- Phonemic awareness is the ability to:
- Semantics is:
- 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
- b The analysis and study of
words, phrases, and sentences.
- c Letters in a child's name
- d * Hear
the phonemes in spoken words
- e The analysis of spoken or written symbols
in order to understand meaning.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 4. Rhyme
5. Blend words
6. Begin to recognize phonograms
- 1. Assessment of identified reading weakness (diagnosis)
2. Teaching explicit strategies based on diagnosis
3. Linking instruction to prior knowledge
- The smallest part of spoken language
that makes a difference in the meaning of words.
- Via re-teaching all of the modalities taught to beginning readers.
5 True/False questions
Can the combination of syllables creating words be called blending? → Onset
Beginning readers are often in what age range? → 4th to 8th.
Beginning readers can be characterized as:
- Orthographic → Not able to demonstrate competency in these skills.
Fluent readers are often in what grade range? → Early childhood to pre-K.
Remedial readers are identified in what grade? → As early as 3rd grade.