5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Fluent readers should receive systematic and explicit instruction in reading.
Name 6 objectives of this instruction.
- Emergent readers can be characterized as:
- Is syntax also the examination of various ways that words combine to create meaning?
- Beginning readers can be characterized as:
- Phonics is:
- a Emergent readers can be characterized as:
- b Alphabetic
- c 1. Work-attack skills (multisyllabic words)
3. Spelling and vocabulary
5. Comprehension of text (context skills)
6. Utilizing metacognition
- d Yes.
- e The understanding that there is a predictable relationship between phonemes and graphemes.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The analysis of spoken or written symbols
in order to understand meaning.
- A unit of meaning that cannot be divided into smaller elements.
- * Breaking words into phonemes or syllables
* Breaking syllables into onsets & rimes
- 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
- ... the ability to manipulate the sound structure of language.
5 True/False questions
Onset & rime are smaller than syllables but larger than... → ... phonemes.
Beginning readers begin writing simple CVC words with a single sound, usually the beginning sound. What happens next? → The age of beginning readers often ranges between:
K to 2nd (3rd) grade
How can remedial readers attain the reading skills with which they are struggling? → Via re-teaching all of the modalities taught to beginning readers.
T/F: Approximately 2 years of phonics instruction is sufficient for most students. → True :-)
The vocabulary objective of beginning reading instruction should include 3 elements. Name them. → Phonics:
* Phonemic awareness
* Phonemic blending
* Phonemic decoding