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(morphemic analysis) the identification of a morpheme to help understand the meaning of a word as a whole. Re in reread
Phoneme Grapheme Correspondence
the relationship between a phoneme and its graphemic representation /s/ spelled as s in sit, c in city, ss in grass
Beginning Reader (K-3) Alphabetic
letters are associated with sound. CVC words (pat). Rhyme and blend words.
Fluent Reader (4-8) Orthographic
work on decoding. spelling. vocabulary. text comprehension (context)
identifying larger parts of spoken words, syllables, onsets, rimes and phonemes
How to teach phonological awareness
identify and make oral rhymes, syllables in spoken words, onsets and rimes.
Examples of reciprocal teaching
summarizing, clarifying, talk about the content, contextualize, think aloud about their own understanding
Key Phrases: Domain 1 Planning
differentiated instruction, systematic, explicit instruction, direct instruction, grouping, assessment
Key Phrases: Domain 2 Word Analysis & Phonics
Assess-plan-teach-differentiate-evaluate, phonemic awareness predicts success in reading (Adams), identify-practice-manipulate phonemes, structural analysis, assessments (Yopp Singer)
Key Phrases: Domain 3 Fluency
a bridge between word identification and comprehension, teacher as a model,
Key Phrases: Domain 4 Vocabulary
matthew effect, taught in direct instruction and independent reading, tier 1 2 3 words, context cues
Key Phrases: Domain 5 Comprehension
listening comprehension, strategies to help before, during, after reading, text structure
Strategies: Word Analysis (Phonics)
Phoneme Isolation games, Elkonin Boxes, onset/rime games, rhyming games, poems, blending, segmenting
look at the whole word to find phonetic or orthographic patterns, then splitting them into smaller parts to help decode
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