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a framwork to organize and manage reading in a literacy classroom.
teacher sharing, mini lessons, student sharing time
the use of ones knowledge of the relationship between the letters and the sounds the letters represent to help in determining the pronounciation of a word.
the knowledge that words are composed of sounds
judging, concluding, or reasoning from given information
knowledge and control of ones own thinking and learning
high FREQUENCY words
high INTEREST words
strategy for assessing prior knowledge and setting purposes for reading a given text
a published or created textthat is suitable for the application of previously taught phonics skills
the assumption that each speech sound has a corresponding graphic representation
brainstorming on paper, topic is laid out, attributes are scattered around
interactive writing, teacher/students work together to write a group story
starts broad with teacher writing then students take turns
helpful for expanding writing skills
stydebts work on own product, teacher is available to guide them
"heart of writing program"
allows teacher to model
shares thought process
good at any grade level
collaborative/ cooperative writing
they work with one or more partners on a single product
take turns doing the actual writing
good for unmotivated/ very young workers
independent writing is what students do when they write ALONE
builds power and fluency
assumes they're able to perform alone or w/ little support
smallest unit of sound
sound that comes out of your mouth that is somewhat obstructed
sounds are identified in isolation
teaching the whole world before going into the letters involved
consonant and whatever follows
a word family
consonant (beginning sound)
zone of proximal development
following sound after the onset
a sound that comes out of the mouth without obstruction
2 or more letters together that each makes their individual sounds
Is grammar in the content or context portion of the writer's checklist?
grammar is used to carry meaning to the...
what stage of the writing process is grammar highlighted?
is punctuation or capitalization the most important component of grammar?
all components of grammar carry meaning to the reader so they are all important
telling the story with all the parts
which skill is embedded in a story map?
what skill is embedded in a kwl?
what you know prior to what your learning, what you want to know before you read, and what you learned
what skill is embedded in the venn diagram?
compare and contrast
what skill is embedded in the glove strategy?
word walls help the students..
read by sight
word walls are organized by..
alphabetic order of beginning letter
why would a teacher color code her wall?
to teach parts of speech or specific blends or phonemic concepts
what type of assessment would a teacher use when asking "do you have a fav author"?
When should language arts assessment be done?
it's an ongoing process
How can you assess with a writer and reader notebook
you can have the child self assess and you can have the teacher assess progress by looking at the growth
Who can learn from notebook assessment?
student, teachers, parents
A writer's checklist contains two types of assessment and instruction. What are they and what is each type?
Content: how a story sounds including revision strategies and meaning.
Context: how a story looks including spelling and grammar.
what is phonological awareness
this is the first stage of phonetic development and where we learn about the sounds of language.
what is phonemic awareness?
this stage in phonetics development where the learner begins to see the sounds in letters and how the letter system works.
What is phonics?
this is the formal study of word work. this is how words sound and how the orthographic system works.
The following words all share the same spelling pattern. Chimp dish
the words all have short vowels followed by 2 consonants.
Students mastering the letter-to-sound principle generally fall into the ________ spelling stage
What are the stages of writing development?