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What is a Ballad?
A poem that tells a story.
What is a Blank Verse?
A poem that is unrhymed but has meter.
What is a Cinquain?
Poems that are five lines in lenght.
What is a Couplet?
Two lines of verse that often rhyme and convey one complete idea.
What is an Elegy?
A poem about death or the sadness related to the death of an important person.
What is an Epic poem?
A poem of lengthy proportions that is a story or tells the adventures of a hero.
What is Free Verse
A poem without meter or rhyme scheme.
What is a Haiku?
A form of Japanese poetry often about nature. 5-7-5
What is an Ode?
Long lyric with much imagery and full of poetic devices.
What is a Sonnet?
A 14-line poem that states the poet's personal feelings. (Shakespearean [English] or Petrarchan [Italian]).
The letters of a word are used to begin each line in the poem.
What are the 4 basic strategies for Word Recognition?
Word structure clues
What is Instant recognition in regard to word recognition strategies?
High frequency words (slight words). 100 words that make up 50% of the words read by adults.
i.e. the, to, from, in, said, he, it, she, read, you, me, and
What are Context clues in regard to word recognition strategies?
The ability to use words, meanings, and context to extract meaning of unknown words.
- There are three types of context clues that readers may use.
- 1. Semantic clues (meaning)
- 2. Syntactic clues (word order)
- 3.) Symbolic clues (pictures)
What are Word Structure clues in regard to word recognition strategies?
Recognizing frequent letter groups. Included in this category are prefixes, suffixes, and inflectional endings.
What are Analogy clues in regard to word recognition strategies?
Readers are able to draw connections between patterns, simple words, and syllables.
Comparing unknown words to known words.
What are the 3 types of Context Clues?
There are three types of context clues that readers may use.1. Semantic clues (meaning)2. Syntactic clues (word order)3.) Symbolic clues (pictures)
What are the 9 strategies for Reading Comprehension?
- 1) Think and read
- 2) Inferential reading
- 3) Annotating text
- 4) KWL
- 5) Metacognition
- 6) Graphic organizers
- 7) QAR (Question answer relationship)
- 8) Summarizing
- 9) Story structure recognition
Reading Comprehension: Inferential reading
Draws upon prior knowledge to infer meaning.
Reading Comprehension: Annotating Text
- Develops questions in response to text
- Analyzes and interprets
- Draws conclusions based on literal & figurative meaning
- Labels & interprets
- Identifies main and supportive details
Reading Comprehension: KWL
- K - what I know
- W - what do I want to know
- L - what I learned or want to learn