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Reading levels
Frustration Level - child shouldn't read it
Instructional Level - can read with a teacher
Independent Level - can read on his or her own.
Readability Formulas
Any formula that helps to figure out the level of a book. Academy of Reading uses vocabulary as a readability formula.
Decoding Strategies
Word Structure Clues - Associate sounds with a cluster of letters. (prefixes, suffixes)
Graphophonic Clues - Refers to letters and their sounds.
Syllable Division.
Direct Instruction
This is when you are at the head of the class specifically teaching them the reading strategies.
Guided Reading
Students are reading while you interject key points, way to use reading strategies.
DLTA - Directed Listening Thinking Activity
Builds on what students know and shows how to apply that knowledge to new situations.
Teacher is reading aloud, practicing their listening skills, and you direct what they should be remembering or noting.
Formal Assessments
Iowa, Performance Series Test, Test from a Publisher of the Textbook.
Informal Assessments
When students read aloud and you take note of how well or not well they do, reading logs, oral questioning.
Blooms Taxonomy
Knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation, (KCAASE)
Listening Comprehension
Can students understand what is said? This rules out language barriers.
Specific Comprehension Strategies
using learning logs
Ways to differentiate content reading instruction for lower level students
small group
alternate pacing
anticipation guides
vocabulary development
support from sp ed teachers
oral discussions
buddy reading
peer tutoring
Comprehension Assessments
Informal Reading Inventory
Cloze Procedure
Oral Reading Analysis
Literal, Inferential and Applied Questions
Independent reading/writing logs
Running records
process interviews
miscue analysis
scored writing rubrics
Comprehension Cues
Picture clues
Semantic Clues
Syntactic Clues - arrangement of words in a sentence (grammatical)
Strategies on how to learn new chapters in content area
concept mapping
key vocabulary
general information