RDG 370 - Test 2

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RDG 370 - Test 2
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Test 2 for Dr. Page's RDG 370 class TAMU-Commerce
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  1. Lexicon
    vocabulary
  2. English
    an example of a combined language built as people from different parts of the world have interacted through trade and economics, agriculture and industy, wars and colonization
  3. To figure out words, a person can use:
    • Phonics to take the word apart
    • Phonics to pronounce the words
    • Language syntax to notice the place and function of the word in the sentence (Does it make sence in the sentence? Context analysis)
    • Word structure to notice endings and the way they mark the function of the word in the sentence (Morphemic analysis)
    • Meaning of the entire sentece to hypothesize the meaning of individual words (context analysis)
    • Word connections to notice the roots of words (morphemic analysis)
  4. Receptive vocabulary
    includes the words we understand when we hear or read them - words coming in
  5. Productive vocabulary
    includes the words we use to communicate as a speaker or writer - words going out
  6. 3 Tiers of Words
    • 1st-Tier Words - simple and basic, learned without instruction
    • 2nd-Tier Words - appear frequently in vocabularies of mature language users
    • 3rd-Tier Words - specialized often related to scientific domains, learned through content area study - used infrequently
  7. Early Concept Words
    specific set of labels that illustrate central concepts - colors, numbers, days of the week
  8. Labels
    familiar words we see every day - family words, neighborhood words, food words, animal words
  9. Synonyms
    words that mean the same or almost the same
  10. Antonyms
    words that mean about the opposite
  11. Nouns
    words that represent a person, place or thing
  12. Verbs
    action words that tell what a noun or pronoun does
  13. Adjectives and Adverbs
    describing words - words that modify nouns and verbs
  14. Homophones
    words that SOUND the same but look different and have different meanings
  15. Homograph
    words can LOOK the same but mean different things in context and can sound different
  16. 5 Components of Literacy
    • Phonemic Awareness
    • Phonics
    • Vocabulary
    • Fluency
    • Comprehension
  17. Letter knowledge
    ability to associate sounds with letters
  18. Phonemic awareness
    hear/manipulate sound in words
  19. Decoding
    process using letter/sound correspondences to recognize words
  20. fluency
    automatic ability to read words
  21. Comprehension
    understand meaning of text
  22. Framework for Literacy Learning
    8 Instructional Components
    • 1. Reading Aloud
    • 2. Shared Reading
    • 3. Guided Reading
    • 4. Independent Reading
    • 5. Shared Writing
    • 6. Interactive Writing
    • 7. Writing Workshop
    • 8. Independent Writing
  23. Classroom talk should include:
    • Making statements and asking questions
    • Elaborating and explaining
    • Listening
    • Responding
    • Expanding other's ideas
    • Taking turns
    • Thinking and Respecting
    • Repeating and restating ideas
    • Using language
    • Enjoy and share the play of language
  24. Literature Circles
    small, peer-led discussion groups whose members have chosen to read the same story, poem, article or book. While reading, members are assigned jobs and take notes to contribute to the group discussion based on those jobs. There is a schedule of meetings and readings. When finished, members can share with the class, select a new book, and move to a new circle.
  25. Literature Circle Jobs
    • Questioner
    • Discussion Leader
    • Passage Master
    • Word Detective
    • Illustrator
    • Connector
  26. Demonstration sequence:
    • 1. Talk about and model
    • 2. Have 1 or 2 children demonstrate
    • 3. Allow everyone practice
    • 4. Observe center until you are comfortable with independent use
  27. What steps are involved in writing?
    • Pre-writing - THINK
    • Drafting - WRITE
    • Revising - MAKE IT BETTER
    • Proofreading - MAKE IT CORRECT
    • Publishing - SHARE THE FINISHED PRODUCT
  28. TAKS Writing Rubric Assess:
    • Focus and Coherence
    • Organization
    • Development of Ideas
    • Voice
    • Conventions
  29. Uses for running records:
    • Find text level
    • group children
    • check on text selection and teaching
    • document reading progress
    • intervention information
    • determine satisfactory progress
    • summarize results of guided reading program
    • provide insights in child's use of meaning
  30. TELPAS
    Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System
    • ELL students only
    • Informally Assess:
    • Reading
    • Writing
    • Listening
    • Speaking
  31. SOLOM
    Student ORAL Language Observation Matrix
    • ELL students that struggle
    • Oral test
    • Assess:
    • Comprehension
    • Fluency
    • Vocabulary
    • Pronunciation
    • Grammar

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