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Phonological Awareness Involves what
Target Sounds
Does not envolve regular English
Many alphabetic languages are more what?
Phoentically reguler than English.
Then English
What is Morphology? Give some examples?
affix

Morphemes are either roots or affixes. They are roots if they are ever used as stems, and affixes if not. E.g. in baby-sitters, -er and -s are affixes. Affixes are either suffixes or prefixes.
examples: under-wearaccept+abil} - as in the adjective ACCEPTABLE, from which this noun is derived by adding {ity};
{abil+ity} - as in the adjective ABILITY; notice how the normal {able} has changed to {abil} because of the following {ity}. derive - derivation

derivation - derivational

morpheme - morphology

tidy - untidy


If you Analyze errors in reading you provide focused lit development
True
t or F
This is the first Category of Alphabetic principle
A sequence of letters in written words that represent the sequences of sounds (or phonemes) in spoken words
The 4 examples of alphabetic principle.
What is Graphophomenic?
The first part of the alphabetic principle, knowledge is the relationship of printed letters to the alphabet
Graph
This is the second part of the Alphabetic principle?
Student can recognize, name, and produce the letters of the alphabet.
letter names
Students can use what to recieve knowledge, and _____ syllables to decode writen language.
3rd part of the Alphabetic principle-through letter sound
3 principle of Alphabetic princible
What are the four comprehensions that are the early part of reading fluency,
To understand what has been read alound, by the students, factors include oral background, prior reading experice, lang backround, charterics of text.
The componets of the Integral part of earl comprehension.
It is important for the middle school teacher to help the student_________between and word____________skills which will help them enhance the abliity to diffriente instruction for each student.
Decodable words, and Word analysis
the diffrence between the two.
What is emmergiant Literacy?
Also it is a place were read alouds and daily writing should be incorperated in lesson planning for literacy.
Pre-reading that leads to conventionaly reading, individual variations occur
Litarcy includes reading, writing, and oral language,
Infoirmal and formal Literacy Assessments Define them please?
screening devices, criterion-referenced state tests, informal reading inventories, norm-referenced tests, authentic assessments.
informal formal reasoning
Ongoing assesment is for what?
It determines additional interventions based on TEKS
TEKS
When Analyze errors what does it do?
provides focused litarcy development
The ability to focus
What kind of material should promote reading develop? What shoudl be based on both langauage proficiency skills and cognitive academic proficiens skills cocurrently
Authentic literature and technolgy to plan implement, and adjust instruction, including ELL and special ED
Authentic lit and technolgy
As a teacher I understand that English is acquired, learned and reflected uupon ________items to become fluent and _________.
fluent, and competent.
Key to teaching English
T or F Language is neither grade level or age level
T, rther language ability specific
T or F
How do you apply differentiation instruction (matching the method of instruction to each students)
Requeires differentiation instruction (matching the method of instruction to each students
Diff. Instruct. and early lit devepl.