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58 terms
Praxis II Language Arts - Literature and Informative Texts
Comprehension
two main types of comprehension
Literal comprehension
Critical comprehension
the ability to understand read content, process it, and think…
literal and critical
understanding of the meaning of the words in a passage... This c…
employs reasoning to infer deeper meanings and draw conclusio…
Comprehension
the ability to understand read content, process it, and think…
two main types of comprehension
literal and critical
248 terms
Praxis Middle School Content 5146 (Literature and Language Arts)
Prose
Characteristics of prose
Which form of literature is more ancie…
Fiction
language as it is ordinarily spoken as opposed to verse or la…
May have some sort of rhythm, but there is no formal arrangem…
Poetry
A literary work that is based on facts.
Prose
language as it is ordinarily spoken as opposed to verse or la…
Characteristics of prose
May have some sort of rhythm, but there is no formal arrangem…
147 terms
Praxis 5001 (Language Arts)
Prose
Style
Tone
Point of View
Any material that is not written in a regular meter like poet…
The author's choices regarding language, sentence structure,…
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject. (Ex. serious,…
The perspective from which a story is told. (Ex. 1st Person,…
Prose
Any material that is not written in a regular meter like poet…
Style
The author's choices regarding language, sentence structure,…
Praxis 2 Language Arts
Concepts about Print
Sight Vocabulary
Phonemic Awareness
Decoding
Reading from left to right, top to bottom, & letters and word…
Person's own bank of vocabulary that the person recognizes in…
Subset of phonological awareness in which listeners are able…
Process of translating a printed word into a sound
Concepts about Print
Reading from left to right, top to bottom, & letters and word…
Sight Vocabulary
Person's own bank of vocabulary that the person recognizes in…
15 terms
PRAXIS 5001 Language Arts
Phonological Awareness
Phonemes
Onset
Rime
The ability to manipulate individual sounds (phonemes) in spo…
Sounds or groups of sounds that have the same function in a l…
The part of the syllable that precedes the vowel of the sylla…
The part of the syllable which consists of the vowel and any…
Phonological Awareness
The ability to manipulate individual sounds (phonemes) in spo…
Phonemes
Sounds or groups of sounds that have the same function in a l…
14 terms
(Praxis) Reading/Language Arts
Three factors can predict reading achi…
Definition of reading
The International reading Association…
Children must have speaking and listen…
1. The ability to recognize and name letters of the alphabet…
Reading is the act of finding meaning from print. It is a mul…
1. Read a variety of print and nonprint texts to develop an u…
1. Print Knowledge - Understanding of letters words, and book…
Three factors can predict reading achi…
1. The ability to recognize and name letters of the alphabet…
Definition of reading
Reading is the act of finding meaning from print. It is a mul…
136 terms
MS Language Arts Praxis
Publishing
One
A pattern of meaning beyond what is ev…
Meursault
Sharing one's writing with others is part of which stage of w…
Holistic scoring rubrics usually consist of the following num…
Which definition listed below best describes allegory?
"Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don't know. I got a…
Publishing
Sharing one's writing with others is part of which stage of w…
One
Holistic scoring rubrics usually consist of the following num…
77 terms
Praxis II Language Arts
Alphabetic Principle
Syllabication
Telegraphic speech
Orthographic Phase
Words are made up of letters that approximate the sound heard
The division of words into syllables
A simplified manner of speak in which only the most important…
Child is able to quickly and accurately recognized words
Alphabetic Principle
Words are made up of letters that approximate the sound heard
Syllabication
The division of words into syllables
220 terms
Praxis - Language Arts
William Shakespeare
William Faulkner
Geoffrey Chaucer
Middle Ages literature
Renaissance period - foremost dramatist in literature.
Southern literature; A Fable, The Reivers
The Canterbury Tales, life in the middle ages. Parlement of F…
common to compose plays in verse; Canterbury Tales
William Shakespeare
Renaissance period - foremost dramatist in literature.
William Faulkner
Southern literature; A Fable, The Reivers
67 terms
Praxis 2 Language Arts
allegory
allusion
analogy
anapestic meter
a story in which people (or things or actions) represent an i…
a reference to a familiar person, place, thing, or event (Don…
a comparison of two different things that are similar in some…
meter that is composed of feet that are short-short-long or u…
allegory
a story in which people (or things or actions) represent an i…
allusion
a reference to a familiar person, place, thing, or event (Don…
169 terms
Praxis II (Language Arts)
Phonological Awareness
Phonemic Awareness
Phoneme
Onset
knowledge that spoken sounds can be broken down into smaller…
Manipulation of phonemes and only phonemes, part of phonologi…
smallest unit of speech sounds
part of the syllable preceding the vowel
Phonological Awareness
knowledge that spoken sounds can be broken down into smaller…
Phonemic Awareness
Manipulation of phonemes and only phonemes, part of phonologi…
50 terms
Praxis Language Arts
William Shakespeare
William Faulkner
Geoffrey Chaucer
Drama
lived in England from 1564-1616: ... considered foremost dramati…
lived in state of Mississippi from 1897 to 1962.... known as gre…
(c. 1343-1400 ) The Father of English Literature. Canterbury…
early development: from religious rital, depicting events of…
William Shakespeare
lived in England from 1564-1616: ... considered foremost dramati…
William Faulkner
lived in state of Mississippi from 1897 to 1962.... known as gre…
147 terms
Praxis 5001 (Language Arts)
Prose
Style
Tone
Point of View
Any material that is not written in a regular meter like poet…
The author's choices regarding language, sentence structure,…
A writer's attitude toward his or her subject. (Ex. serious,…
The perspective from which a story is told. (Ex. 1st Person,…
Prose
Any material that is not written in a regular meter like poet…
Style
The author's choices regarding language, sentence structure,…
113 terms
Praxis: Reading and Language Arts
Emergent Literacy
Concept of Print
Letter Knowledge
Logographic Foundation
Skills developed from birth and include listening, speaking,…
awareness that written letters have sounds and that they form…
knowledge of the alphabet and what sounds each letter makes i…
reading of sight words, which involves the use of visual cues
Emergent Literacy
Skills developed from birth and include listening, speaking,…
Concept of Print
awareness that written letters have sounds and that they form…
100 terms
PRAXIS- Language Arts
What is phonetics?
What is decoding?
What is phonemic awareness?
What is the difference between phoneti…
The symbols we use to represent the sounds of speech. ... The sc…
Our ability to recognize the letter/sound relationship in wri…
Ability to distinguish differences and similarities in indivi…
Phonetics: Learn the relationship that exists between the pri…
What is phonetics?
The symbols we use to represent the sounds of speech. ... The sc…
What is decoding?
Our ability to recognize the letter/sound relationship in wri…
113 terms
Praxis: Reading and Language Arts
Emergent Literacy
Concept of Print
Letter Knowledge
Logographic Foundation
Skills developed from birth and include listening, speaking,…
awareness that written letters have sounds and that they form…
knowledge of the alphabet and what sounds each letter makes i…
reading of sight words, which involves the use of visual cues
Emergent Literacy
Skills developed from birth and include listening, speaking,…
Concept of Print
awareness that written letters have sounds and that they form…
18 terms
Praxis II English Language Arts Content Knowledge: English Literature Timelines and Literature
Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Period
Middle English Period
The Middle English Period Literature (…
The Renaissance
450-1066
1066-1500
Chauncer: ... Canterbury Tales... Malory: ... Le Morte d' Arthur... Ever…
1500-1660
Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Period
450-1066
Middle English Period
1066-1500
202 terms
Praxis ii Language Arts
Myth
Parable
Prose
Tragedy
a story created to explain some natural force of nature, reli…
a simple, short story used to explain a belief, a moral, or a…
literary work that is in ordinary form and uses the familiar…
genre of literature in which there is a downfall of the hero…
Myth
a story created to explain some natural force of nature, reli…
Parable
a simple, short story used to explain a belief, a moral, or a…
274 terms
Praxis 5038 English Lang. Literature, Novels/Authors, Praxis : English Language Arts : Content Knowledge (5038), Lora's Praxis 5038 Study Set
James Fenimore Cooper
Last of the Mohicans
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Uncle Tom's Cabin
First novel 1820 - famous series - Leatherstocking Tales (5)…
James Fenimore Cooper - 1826... Main character- Natty Bumppo -ni…
Born in CT 1811- Wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin in outraged response…
Story of a slave sold from Kentucky into a life of danger and…
James Fenimore Cooper
First novel 1820 - famous series - Leatherstocking Tales (5)…
Last of the Mohicans
James Fenimore Cooper - 1826... Main character- Natty Bumppo -ni…
73 terms
Praxis II: Language Arts
Narrative Literature
Adventure Fiction
Fable
Fantasy
Tells a story, associated with fiction, most commonly novels
Type of narrative with a lot of action and is often violent
Type of narrative that uses animals or plants to prove a mora…
Type of narrative that involves an invented world (such as lo…
Narrative Literature
Tells a story, associated with fiction, most commonly novels
Adventure Fiction
Type of narrative with a lot of action and is often violent
87 terms
Language Arts Praxis II
Narratives
fable
fantasy fiction
adventure fiction
-tell a story
using animals, plants, etc. to tell a story. Have human chara…
invented world
lots of action
Narratives
-tell a story
fable
using animals, plants, etc. to tell a story. Have human chara…
106 terms
Praxis 2 Language Arts
prose
Poetry/verse
fiction
nonfiction
language as it is ordinarily spoken as opposed to verse or la…
the manipulation of language with respect to meaning, meter,…
a literary work usually presented in prose form that is not t…
a literary work that is based on facts
prose
language as it is ordinarily spoken as opposed to verse or la…
Poetry/verse
the manipulation of language with respect to meaning, meter,…
17 terms
Praxis II Language Arts
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Allusion
Simile
a comparison in which one thing is said to be another. Ex: Sh…
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
An expression designed to call something to mind without ment…
Comparison of one thing AS another thing. "as brave as a lion"
Metaphor
a comparison in which one thing is said to be another. Ex: Sh…
Hyperbole
Exaggerated statements or claims not meant to be taken litera…
115 terms
Praxis 5001 Language Art
open syllables
closed syllables
vowel consonant-e (VC-e) syllables
vowel team syllables
nothing comes after the vowel. example: pa-per, ba-by
the vowel is followed by a consonant. Vowel is "closed in". E…
also known as "magic e syllables" they are vowels spelled wit…
two, three, or four vowels in a syllable. Example: boil, suit
open syllables
nothing comes after the vowel. example: pa-per, ba-by
closed syllables
the vowel is followed by a consonant. Vowel is "closed in". E…
19 terms
Praxis II language arts
Emerging literacy stage
Developing stage
Transitional reading stage
Emergent literacy
Children are makimh the transition from speaking to writing a…
Becoming more independent in their reading, their writing and…
Reading level of second grade or beyond.
The stage during which children begin to receive formal instr…
Emerging literacy stage
Children are makimh the transition from speaking to writing a…
Developing stage
Becoming more independent in their reading, their writing and…
10 terms
Language Arts Praxis
Prepositon
Adverb phrase
Interjections
Gerunds
Under , over, tells which one and what kins
Tells when, where, why, and how
Wow, awesome
Verb used as s noun or object
Prepositon
Under , over, tells which one and what kins
Adverb phrase
Tells when, where, why, and how
85 terms
Praxis 5001: Language Arts
phonological awareness
phonemic awareness
alphabetic principle
ironic
Phonological awareness is auditory. It is how the student hea…
The ability to hear, identify,and manipulate the individual s…
an understanding that letters and letter patterns represent t…
suggesting an incongruity between what might be expected and…
phonological awareness
Phonological awareness is auditory. It is how the student hea…
phonemic awareness
The ability to hear, identify,and manipulate the individual s…
163 terms
Praxis 2 Language Arts Review
narrative
adventure fiction
fable
fantasy
Type literature that tells a story
A fiction that provides a great deal of violence and action
uses animals or plants that are able to talk to provide a mor…
fiction involves an invented world like Lord of the Rings
narrative
Type literature that tells a story
adventure fiction
A fiction that provides a great deal of violence and action
46 terms
Praxis Language Arts
segmenting
language acquisition
concept of print
aspects of viewing
breaking down words into individual sounds or syllables
-lifelong... -social process... -basis for reading... -need that is me…
features of printed text, including the knowledge of:... -books:…
-interpreting images... -evaluating media... -understanding the mes…
segmenting
breaking down words into individual sounds or syllables
language acquisition
-lifelong... -social process... -basis for reading... -need that is me…
84 terms
PRAXIS 5511 Language Arts
Adventure Fiction
Fable
Fantasy
Fairy tales
provides a great deal of action (often violent). A fictional…
a story that uses animals or plants to provide a moral lesson…
involves an invented world, such as J. R. R. Tolkiens's Middl…
type of folk tale that contain elements of magic or magical b…
Adventure Fiction
provides a great deal of action (often violent). A fictional…
Fable
a story that uses animals or plants to provide a moral lesson…
51 terms
PRAXIS Reading and Language Arts
Word Consciousness
Lexical Knowledge
Orthographic Knowledge
Semantic Knowledge
children understand the connection between spoken and printed…
knowledge of word meanings - personal dictionary
knowledge of spelling patterns and pronunciations
reader's background knowledge of a topic
Word Consciousness
children understand the connection between spoken and printed…
Lexical Knowledge
knowledge of word meanings - personal dictionary
53 terms
Praxis II- Language Arts
Four stages of interpretation of liter…
Initial interpretation stage
Developing interpretation stage
Reflection/Response interpretation stage
Initial... Developing... Reflection/Response ... Critical Analysis
Has contact with content, structure, genre, and language of t…
Reader dives into text and uses the text and background knowl…
Reader uses text knowledge to reflect upon personal knowledge…
Four stages of interpretation of liter…
Initial... Developing... Reflection/Response ... Critical Analysis
Initial interpretation stage
Has contact with content, structure, genre, and language of t…
309 terms
Literary Devices, Praxis 5038 English Lang. Literature, Novels/Authors, Praxis : English Language Arts : Content Knowledge (5038), Lora's Praxis 5038 Study Set
Simile
Metaphor
Assonance
Alliteration
Compares two unlike things using the words 'like', or 'as'. F…
Compares two unlike things without using the words 'like' or…
The repetition of vowel sounds to create rhyme in phrases or…
The repetition of a consonant. It helps create effect, tone a…
Simile
Compares two unlike things using the words 'like', or 'as'. F…
Metaphor
Compares two unlike things without using the words 'like' or…
81 terms
Language Arts Praxis
Oxymoron
Bathos
Climax
Hyperbole
A contradiction in terms deliberately employed for effect. It…
A ludicrous attempt to portray pathos- that is, to evoke pity…
A number of phrases or sentences arranged in ascending order…
A deliberate exaggeration for effect.
Oxymoron
A contradiction in terms deliberately employed for effect. It…
Bathos
A ludicrous attempt to portray pathos- that is, to evoke pity…
63 terms
PRAXIS Language Arts
Alphabetic Principle
Phonemic Segmentation
Syllabication
Orthographic Phases
words are made up of letters that have different sounds
breaking up a word into its individual component sounds
to correctly divide words into syllables
Drawing, Scribbles, Letter-like forms, Random letters, Invent…
Alphabetic Principle
words are made up of letters that have different sounds
Phonemic Segmentation
breaking up a word into its individual component sounds
101 terms
Praxis Language Arts
Phoneme
Syllables
Onset
Rime
The smallest unit sound. ... Example: A, B, C (different letter…
A unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds. Has o…
The initial consonant or consonant blend in a word. Ex: Strap…
The sounds that come after the onset, usually a vowel and con…
Phoneme
The smallest unit sound. ... Example: A, B, C (different letter…
Syllables
A unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds. Has o…
30 terms
Praxis IPA - Language Arts
Concepts of Print
Phonological Awareness
Phonics
Phonemic Awareness
Recognizing that print makes up words & sentences ... AND unders…
The ability to recognize and manipulate components of the sou…
Correlating sounds with letters or groups of letters
Ability to identify ... sounds (phonemes) in spoken words AND... di…
Concepts of Print
Recognizing that print makes up words & sentences ... AND unders…
Phonological Awareness
The ability to recognize and manipulate components of the sou…
25 terms
Praxis II Language Arts
Closed Syllable
Open Syllable
vowel-consonant-e syllable
vowel team syllable
ends in a consonant. The vowel has a short vowel sound, as in…
ends in a vowel. The vowel has a long vowel sound, as in the…
typically found at the end of a word. The final e is silent a…
has two vowels next to each other that together say a new sou…
Closed Syllable
ends in a consonant. The vowel has a short vowel sound, as in…
Open Syllable
ends in a vowel. The vowel has a long vowel sound, as in the…
42 terms
Praxis: Reading/Language Arts
Symbol
Metaphor
Simile
Fable
a concrete object that represents an idea or concept
a direct comparison of two objects without the use of compari…
the comparison of two unlike objects using the words like or as
is a story with a moral principle using animals or birds as t…
Symbol
a concrete object that represents an idea or concept
Metaphor
a direct comparison of two objects without the use of compari…
279 terms
PRAXIS II: Language Arts
Ability grouping
Accommodation
Accountability
Achievement tests
The process of placing students of similar abilities into gro…
Responding to a new object or event by either modifying an ex…
Mandated obligation of teachers and other school personnel to…
Standardized tests measuring how much students have learned i…
Ability grouping
The process of placing students of similar abilities into gro…
Accommodation
Responding to a new object or event by either modifying an ex…
106 terms
Praxis 2 Language Arts
prose
Poetry/verse
fiction
nonfiction
language as it is ordinarily spoken as opposed to verse or la…
the manipulation of language with respect to meaning, meter,…
a literary work usually presented in prose form that is not t…
a literary work that is based on facts
prose
language as it is ordinarily spoken as opposed to verse or la…
Poetry/verse
the manipulation of language with respect to meaning, meter,…
51 terms
PRAXIS Reading and Language Arts
Word Consciousness
Lexical Knowledge
Orthographic Knowledge
Semantic Knowledge
children understand the connection between spoken and printed…
knowledge of word meanings - personal dictionary
knowledge of spelling patterns and pronunciations
reader's background knowledge of a topic
Word Consciousness
children understand the connection between spoken and printed…
Lexical Knowledge
knowledge of word meanings - personal dictionary
106 terms
PRAXIS Reading and Language Arts
Foundations of Literacy
Emergent LIteracy
Concept of Print
Letter Knowledge
emergent, concept of print, letter knowledge, logographic fou…
Refers to the language development that occurs before a child…
Awareness that written letters have sounds and that they form…
Basic knowledge of the alphabet and what sounds each letter m…
Foundations of Literacy
emergent, concept of print, letter knowledge, logographic fou…
Emergent LIteracy
Refers to the language development that occurs before a child…
136 terms
Praxis Language Arts and Reading
Word Consciousness
Language and Conventions of Print
Functions of Print
Word Knowledge
Understands story through pictures. Connects spoken words to…
How to hold a book. Where to begin to read. Left to right tra…
entertainment and information
a) Lexical Knowledge: mind's dictionary... b)Orthographic Knowle…
Word Consciousness
Understands story through pictures. Connects spoken words to…
Language and Conventions of Print
How to hold a book. Where to begin to read. Left to right tra…
21 terms
Praxis: English Language Arts
Which of the following novels focuses…
Which of the following novels novels a…
Which of the following terms best desc…
The Secret Life of Bees was written by…
Anthem by Ayn Rand
The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan; The Woman Warrior by Maxine Hon…
Gothic
Sue Monk Kidd
Which of the following novels focuses…
Anthem by Ayn Rand
Which of the following novels novels a…
The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan; The Woman Warrior by Maxine Hon…
111 terms
reading and language arts praxis
understand the role of phonological aw…
explain the importance of phonological…
identify and provide examples of pheno…
identifies and provide examples of ble…
to teach reading
they have to know that letters make sounds and that sounds ma…
Phonemes: a group of letters or letter that makes a sound... Syl…
Blending: take letters and make a word... Segmenting: stretching…
understand the role of phonological aw…
to teach reading
explain the importance of phonological…
they have to know that letters make sounds and that sounds ma…
106 terms
PRAXIS Reading and Language Arts
Foundations of Literacy
Emergent LIteracy
Concept of Print
Letter Knowledge
emergent, concept of print, letter knowledge, logographic fou…
Refers to the language development that occurs before a child…
Awareness that written letters have sounds and that they form…
Basic knowledge of the alphabet and what sounds each letter m…
Foundations of Literacy
emergent, concept of print, letter knowledge, logographic fou…
Emergent LIteracy
Refers to the language development that occurs before a child…
103 terms
Praxis Language Arts and Reading
Phonemes
English Language Learners (major conce…
Entering (English Language Learner)
Emerging (English Language Learner)
Any of the perceptually distinct units of sound in a specifie…
1. success in school is largely determined by working vocabul…
student does not understand or speak English with the excepti…
English significantly below grade level, but the student does…
Phonemes
Any of the perceptually distinct units of sound in a specifie…
English Language Learners (major conce…
1. success in school is largely determined by working vocabul…
44 terms
Praxis II - Reading/Language Arts
Phonological Awareness
Listening Habits
Oral Language Development
Rhyming Awareness
broad awareness of various speech sounds such as syllables, r…
Phonological Awareness and Listening habits???
child should be involved in open-ended (whole/small/one-on-on…
The ability for a child to be able to rhyme words and recogni…
Phonological Awareness
broad awareness of various speech sounds such as syllables, r…
Listening Habits
Phonological Awareness and Listening habits???
46 terms
Praxis II - 5154 Language Arts
theme
conflict
characterization
symbolism
Central idea of a work of literature
A struggle between opposing forces
Actions, dialogue, and narrative description that reveal a se…
A person, place or object which has a meaning in itself but s…
theme
Central idea of a work of literature
conflict
A struggle between opposing forces
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