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which activity is played like BINGO to practice spelling and reading words?
WORDO
What is a 7-line contrast poem written in the shape of a diamond?
DIAMANTE
What is the name for reading groups of 4-5 children who are on the same reading level with the teacher supporting their efforts to become self-extending readers?
GUIDED READING
Which activbity helps children to analyze words to look for patterns?
WORD SORTS
What poetry form consists of 5 lines and 22 syllables in a 2-4-6-8 syllable pattern
CINQUAIN
What kind of lessons consist of a brief (15 minute) lesson based on a skill or strategy the students need to learn?
MINILESSON
What activity gives children practice with beginning, middle, and ending sounds?
CHANGING A HEN TO A FOX
What poetic form is arranged in 3 lines with 17 syllable in a 5-7-5 syllable pattern
HAIKU
The Reading Process steps (five)
PREREADING, READING, RESPONDING, EXPLORING, APPLYING
What activity helps children use onsets to cross-check with meaning to solve an unknown word
GUESS THE COVERED WORD
What poetic form tells a story and may or may not rhyme?
NARRATIVE
What is the fourth stage of the reading process when teacheres present minilessons on reading procedures, concepts, strategies, and/or skills?
EXPLORING
What are Prewriting, Writing Revising, Editing, Publishing
WRITING PROCESS
What should take almost 70% of your time in the writing process?
PREWRITING
What stage do writers get feedback to help them improve their writing?
REVISING
In which stage do readers go beyond the text to use what they have learned in another literacy experience?
APPLYING
What activity involves children finding rhymes in a book and then using rhymes which are spelled alike to teafch spelling patterns?
ROUNDING UP THE RHYMES
What activity gives children the opportunity to read their works aloud to others?
AUTHOR'S CHAIR
What are activities the students engage in to help them come up with writing topics?
REHEARSAL ACTIVITIES
What is the underlying theme of controlling idea of a unit called?
REPETEND
What is the process of reading writing word-by-word to look for spelling or grammatical errors?
PROOFREADING
The text that provides information; has unique structures such as text, glossary, table of contents, graphs, charts, etc?
EXPOSITORY TEXT