Squidworth

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  1. A whole-to-part approach to word study in which the student is first taught a
    number of sight words and then relevant phonic generalizations, which are
    subsequently applied to other words; deductive phonics.
    Analytic phonics
  2. 1 consonant must be present . This is the “when
    2 vowels go walking, the 1st one does the talking” pattern. (1st
    vowel is long)
    CVVC
  3. To analyze spoken or graphic symbols of familiar
    language to ascertain their intended meaning.
    Decoding
  4. the use of affixes to build new words from a
    root or base word, often with a change in the grammatical class of a word, as
    predict - prediction

    Dialect- a social or regional variety of a
    particular language with phonological, grammatical, and lexical patterns that
    distinguish it from other varieties.
    Derivation
  5. development of the association of print with meaning that begins early in a
    child's life and continues until the child reaches the stage of conventional
    reading and writing;
    Emergent Literacy
  6. the study of the history and development of the structures and meanings of
    words; derivation.
    Etymology
  7. referring to the sound relationships between the
    orthography and phonology of language.
    Graphophonics
  8. a word with the same spelling as another word, whether
    or not pronounced alike, as pen (a writing instrument) vs. pen (an enclosure),
    or bow (and arrow) vs. bow (of a ship).
    Homographs
  9. a word with different origin
    and meaning but the same oral or written form as one or more words, for
    example, bear (an animal) and bear (to support).
    Homonym
  10. a word with different origin
    and meaning but the same pronunciation as another word, whether or not spelled
    alike, for example, hare and hair, or scale (of a fish) and scale (a ladder).
    Homophones
  11. an expression that does not
    mean what it literally says, for example to have the upper hand has nothing to
    do with hands.
    Idiom
  12. an inflection that is added at
    the end of a root word, such as –s and
    -ed. Also the fact that they are pronounced differently, such as the –s
    on asks and dogs.
    Inflectional endings
  13. a : the art of writing words with the proper letters according to standard
    usage

    b
    : the representation of the sounds of a language by written or printed
    symbols

    2:
    a part of language study that deals with letters and spelling
    Orthography
  14. in linguistics, the study of the choice of language persons makes in social
    interaction and of the effects these choices on others
    Pragmatics
  15. the study of meaning in language, as the analysis
    of the meanings of words, phrases, sentences, discourse, and whole texts
    Semantics
  16. an uninterrupted segment of speech consisting of a center of relatively great sonority with or without one or more accompanying sounds of relatively less sonority
    Syllable

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