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15 Cards in this Set

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Advanced organizer
The presentation of relevant learning activities or subject information to studetns before readin begins
A morpheme attached to a base word (also called root word) that changes the meaning of the base o its function
Alphabetic Principle
The systematic use of alphabet letters to represent speech sounds or phonemes in a language
A means for measuring a student's progess assessments should be varied and ongoint
The ability to tell the difference between one sound and another sound. Auditory discriminati9n is very importatn for developing phonemic awarness
Background Knowledge
The knowledge that students already possess. Sutdents who posses backgroun knowledge in the su ject of a reading test are more likely to read that test fluently and wiht comprehension
Base Word
The word to which affixes are attached. A base work is also called a root word.
Big books
Large "child-friendly" volumes that help children learn concepts of pring and enjoy positive reading experiences
The ability to take separate sounds and blend them inot a single word or syllable.
Cloze test
A "fill-in-the-blank" assessment tool oftern used to test reading comprehension
The process of contructing meaning
Comprehension Strategies
The techniques that students can use to better understand reading trexts. YThese techniques may include note taking, outlining, self-monitoring, rereading, summarizing story mapping, and the use of learning logs
Concepths About Print
An understanding of the ways in whci letters, words, and sentences are represeted on the page. The most basic "conceopt of print' is the idea that oral language can be presneted in a print format.
Conconant blend
Two or three consonants blended together. The sound that this blend makes is the sound of the consonats blended together.
conconant digraph
A pair of consonants that makes a single sound that is different from each individual letter sound.