Praxis II: Multiple Subjects Reading/Language Arts
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An understanding that letters and letter patterns represent the sounds of spoken words.
The recording of the description of a significant incident of student behavior
a collection of fiction and non-fiction writing used for developmental reading and sometimes writing instruction, used chiefly in the elementary and middle school grades
Students fill in missing words based on context (e.g. fill-in-the-blank sentences).
concept of print
"understand print contains meaning, directionality, concept of a word, letter knowlege, phoenomic awareness, literacy language (author, title, etc)"
text in which most of the words are made up of sound-letter relationships that have been taught, but that contain enough high-frequency irregular, and story words to make them sound natural.
Interpreting and trying to make sense of a message
Teachers need to help or scaffold students as they develop strategies for interacting effectively with various texts. Students must learn to ask questions, make predictions, read and comprehend the selection, make connections among important ideas, decide what is important, take notes and write summaries.
The reading and writing behavior evolving from children's earliest experience with reading and writing and that gradually grow into conventional literacy.
Text written to explain and give information about a topic.
This is a pictorial way of representing knowledge. It is used to help organize ideas and present information.
informal reading inventory
Student reads aloud while teacher notes miscues. Student then answers comprehension questions. Then the student is timed while reading the passages silently and answering comprehension questions.
the various ways people utilize language in society today
Refers to its rules for word formation. Are the smallest combination of sounds that have a meaning. Prepositions, prefixes, suffixes, and whole words.
The telling of a story or an account of a sequence of events.
knowledge of common letter patterns that skilled readers use rapidly and accurately to associate with sounds.
Awareness that there are separable sounds in words; the ability to hear seperate phenomes in words
Ability to make the correct association between the sounds and the symbols of a language. (Graphophonic Relationships).
A conscious sensitivity to the structure of language by sound. It includes the ability to distinguish between parts of speech such as syllables and phonemes.
Refers to what language sounds like. Are the smallest units of sound in a language
Meaning of words and sentences
the process of using familiar word parts (base words, prefixes, and suffixes) to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words.
Ability to create a variety of sentence structures, appropriately complex and/or simple and varied in length.
fiction and nonfiction books sold to the general public
introduction and repetition of words for reinforcement in basal reading programs
Phonics, decoding. Process readers use to figure out unfamiliar words based on written patterns.
A technique to enhance memory by organizing items into conceptually-related categories
Science of word origins.
letter recognition and letter-sound correspondence.
In language, the smallest distinctive sound unit.
Study of sounds of the human speech.
A word or letter placed before the root.
The student spells independently using alphabet sounds and knowledge of letter names.
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