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Knowledge acquired through everyday experiences
Background knowledge
The understandings a child has about the rules and practices that govern written language
Concepts of print
Making sense of the text
Constructing meaning
Using information from the surrounding text to identify the word
Context cues
Spelling that is the standard
Conventional spelling
Any of the various sources of information that may aid identification of a word - graphophonics, semantic, syntactic & orthodgraphic
Cueing Systems
Analyzing text in order to identify and understand individual words
Decoding
A reader who is developing an association of print with meaning
Emergent Reader
The relationship between the letters and the letter sounds of a language
Graphophonics
An experienced reader provides structure and purpose and models strategies in order to move beginning readers towards independence
Guided Reading
A method by which an experienced reader provides structure and purpose, and models strategies in order to move beginning readers towards independence
Guided Reading
The relationship between the letters and the letter sounds of a language
Graphophonics
A reader who is developing an association of print with meaning
Emergent Reader
Analyzing text in order to identify and understand individual words
Decoding
Graphophonic, Semantic, Syntactic and Orthographic
Cueing Systems
An attempt by beginning writers to spell a word when the standard spelling is unknown
Invented spelling
A pre-reading activity to activate prior knowledge and support understanding
KWL
A method of teaching reading by using the reader's own dicgtated language
Language Experience Approach
Awareness of the sound system of spoken language including individual sounds, rhyming, components of words, etc.
Phonemic Awareness
The letter/sound relationships in language and the relationship of spelling patterns to sound patterns
Phonics