Lavin - Reading Lit 1 Midterm

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How do teachers link instruction and assessmenta. Planning; b. Monitoring; c. Evaluating; d. Reflecting.Name some ways in which arts (poetry, song, painting, sculpture and other arts) can inspire interest in reading and engage thought or reflection about readingExample: Moonstone Method: The Song advanced the learning of the words.what are the 3 broad literacy developmental stages in learning to read and write?Emergent: Concept of Print Beginning: Word Frequency & Decoding Fluent: Identify adjectives, verbs & nouns (parts of speech)Prior to beginning school, what literacy knowledge have children developed?Recognize Signs/Print; Tell Stories; Scribble Letters; Oral Traditions.What primary concepts about written language will children understand:a. Book orientation concepts and directionality. b. Through Home & Community: Understand the purposes of reading & Writing.What primary concepts about words will children have?Word endings; Words as labels; Words carry meaning; Words as autonomous elements have meaning.What primary concepts about the alphabet will children have?Letter's Name; Upper & Lower Case; Features of letter that distinguish; Use of letter in words; Sound of letters in isolation; Sound of letter in combination; Sound of letter in context of a word; That letters are used to represent phonemesWhat are some ideas to teach and assess children's knowledge about written language?Morning Message! Language Experience Approach. Interactive Reading & Writing.What are BICS and CALP? How do they differ?Basic Interpersonal Communicative Skills: Conversational English (2 years) Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency: Academic Language (8 years) BICS teds to be informal and conversational in character and is based in practical tasks and relationships with speakers of the language. CALP is formal and uses complex grammatical and vocabulary concepts as well as tending to be written and connected with an academic discipline such as Education, History, Biology or professions such as Law or Medicine.How do the differences between BICS and CALP apply to teaching English Language Learners?ELL students may or may not have literacy in their language of origin. Their level of literacy in the language of origin can become a scaffold through which they acquire a second (or a third language). When students are establishing their literacy in a second language, they need support in family and community to learn the formal elements of reading, writing and speaking at the Basic Interpersonal Communicative level which usually precedes their acquiring becoming proficient in Academic Language.What are five spelling development stages?Pre-communicative, semi-phonetic, phonetic, transitional, and correct spellingWhat is invented spelling?the practice of children using incorrect and unusual words for spellingShould invented spelling be encouraged? Explain why?yes, it allows children to communicate in writing long before they are ready to spell and it also allows children to grow more quickly in areas of phonics, spelling and phonemic awareness