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What is the value of a
-determine the instructional level of a child
What are two prompts given to a beginning reader stuck on a word?
-Check the pictures
- Get mouth ready for first sound b/b/b
-Do you see a chunk you know?
How do you decode a word?
Sound it out
Everyday- helps you decide what to teach next
End of the year test
Which do you prefer: Basal or reading workshop model? Why?
Work Shop= Student driven
What is the value of a read aloud?
Above their reading level gives them a chance to use a higher level questions, clarify questions.
How can the 6 trait writing help students improve their writing?
- conventions, organization, voice,
- the rubric tells you what to do
What are some strategies to help children with low fluency rate?
How many numbers are in the alphabet?
Smallest part of spoken language that makes a difference in the meaning of words
What are four reciprocal teaching strategies?
What is ZPD?
-Zone of Proximal Development (level of difficulty)
-Their instructional level, where they can achieve with help from a teacher
Value of a word wall
-Help read words
-High frequency words
Value of a word sort
-look at how words are a like and different
Two vowels make 1 unique sound
A, E, I , O, U, and Y
Cat, Rat, Hat, Bat
Part of a word that has a vowel in it.
T or F? Suffix is a morpheme (meaning) that is added to an end of a word?
Example: Cat--> Cats.........................Call-->Called
(Uses like or as )
Share reading vs. read aloud (differences)
Shared reading: Big books, kids read, basal reader
Read aloud: Teacher reads
Meaning, structure, visual
what is meant by-Scaffolding student's understanding
Giving them a little more information so they can figure it out themselves
What is an onset?
What is a part of a word that is a rhyme?
How do you determine the readability of a text?
T or F? A prefix is a morpheme added before the text?
What is the onset of a word?
smallest unit of meaning
Thinking about your thinking
Longest sound of "O"
Write the sounds
Know, Want to Know, Learned
"Hi Marry, Merry Christmas!"
Letter or letters that represent a phoneme (sound)
Letters in the longest grapheme ever?
What are two characteristics of a guided reading group?
Approximately the same level
Read to themselves
Intro to book
*Teacher is always there
What are three characteristics of a fluent reader?
Name a consonant blend
Ch, Sh, Th
What is a dipthong?
Vowel the glides
What is echo reading?
The teacher reads, then the kids read