FTCE CH 2: 1.3 -1.8

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FTCE CH 2: 1.3 -1.8
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Section 1.3 - 1.8
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  1. The two components of reading fluency are:
    • Automaticity - Automatic word recognition
    • Prosody - the rhythm, stress patterns, and intonations of speech

    1.3
  2. Name some of the strategies that teachers can use to develope reading fluency. (name 3)
    • Track your understanding with notes
    • Notice when you loose focus
    • Stop and go back to clarify thinking
    • Reread to enhance understanding
    • ID what is confusing about the text
    • Develop the disposition to question the text or author
    • Think critically about the text

    1.4
  3. Name three ways teachers can effectively teach vocabulary:
    • 1) make connections with the students background
    • 2) Repeation and using the words in meaningful sentences
    • 3) Encourage independent reading

    1.5
  4. Name four strategies for facilitating students' reading comprehension:
    • Mapping & Webbing the story
    • Study Plans
    • SQ3R
    • PROVE
    • Puzzles, Riddles, and Think-Aloud

    1.6
  5. In regards to reading comprehension strategies, what does SQ3R stand for?
    • S - survey
    • Q - question
    • R - Read
    • R - Recite
    • R- Review

    1.6
  6. Name the four levels of comprehension:
    • Literal
    • Interpretive
    • Critical
    • Creative

    1.7
  7. Describe the "Literal" level of reading comprehension
    • The lowest level of comprehension
    • deals with direct facts and details

    • (types of questions)
    • Factual, Sequencial, and Contrast

    1.7
  8. Describe the "Interpretive" level of reading comprehension
    • Requires students to read between the lines
    • Students figure out the authors purpose, point of view, main ideas, etc.

    • (types of questions)
    • Contrast, Deriving meaning, Purpose, Cause and Effect

    1.7
  9. Describe the "Critical" level of reading comprehension
    Requires students to judge the passage

    • (types of questions)
    • Checking the authors reputation, Responding emotionally, Judging

    1.7
  10. Describe the "Creative" level of reading comprehension
    • The highest level of comprehension
    • Reading beyond the lines
    • Students generate ideas about the original course of action

    1.7
  11. Identify some types of graphic aids that support reading comprehension:
    • Charts
    • Tables
    • Graphs
    • Pictures
    • Print
    • Non-Print Media

    1.8
  12. Describe how graphics can support reading comprehension
    (name 3)
    • expand a concept
    • serve as an illustration
    • support a point
    • summerize data
    • organize facts
    • compare information

    1.8

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