A method for preparing students to read by providing prereading activities or information
Reading for pleasure
A syllable added to the beginning (prefix) or end (suffix) of a word to change the word's meaning
The assumption underlying alphabetical language systems that each sound has a corresponding graphic representation (or letter).
Using a known word, letter or chunk to problem solve an unknown word in text. ex. A student who knows how to write "cat" and the letter "b" can use those to write "bat"
These guides allow individuals to reflect on and express their opinions in relation to written statements about what they are reading that challenge or confrim their beliefs. When a student gives an initial response they can disucss their response in small groups. Then those groups can meet together so that students can have the benefit of the collective background knowledge of the large group.
The 5th stage of the reading process, in which readers go beyond the text to use what they have learned in another literacy experience, often by making a project or reading another book.
The ongoing gathering of information about students.
The ability to hear differences in sounds.
Activities and materials related to real-world reading and writing
This strategy provides a way to share with each other the excitement of a particular moment in relation to a book or to their own writing. A student reads aloud a selected piece of their own writing and peers have an opportunity to respond to what is read.
Identifying words accurately and quickly. 自动的
A student's knowledge or previous experiences about a topic.
Reading textbooks that are leveled according to grade. 基底的；基层的