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Morphemic Analysis



Chapter 9
identificaiton of the meaningful parts of a word to derive the meaning of an unknown word.
Systematic Approach



c10
one in which skills are taught on a regular planned basis. Words are taught as needed, but timw is also set aside for the systematic studey of vocabulary. The main advantage of the systematic approach is that vocabulary study is given more emphasis.
Rime


Chapter 8
the part of the word that begins with a vowel. It is the portion that rhymes. The o in no, the ip in trip, and the eam in stream.
High Frequency Words


Chapter 8
commonly known as sight words, the 200 or so most frequently occurring words in printed English.
Morpheme



Chapter 9
the smallest meaning-bearing unit in a word. The word untimely has three morphemes: un-time-ly.
Sequence:



Notes: 11/13
the author lists items or events in numerical or chronological order. (first, second, third, next, then, finally)
Metacognitive Awareness:



c11
being conscious of one's thought processes. Knowl. about ourselves, the tasks we face, and the strategies we employ. Four areas include: 1-knowg oneself as a learner,2-regulating, 3-monitoring, 4-correcting.
Main Idea



c11
what a piece of writing is all about-the gist or summary statement of the passage.
Inferencing



c11
a main elaboration at all reading levels. Readers go beyond what is stated explicitly,"to link up ideas in the text and to bring their general knowl. to bear on their understanding of it.
Enchiridion



Notes: 11/20
directly from the Greek meaning handbook or manual.
Comparison



Notes: 11/13
the author explains how 2 or more things are alike and/or how they are different.
Syllabic Analysis


Chapter 9
breaking a word into syllables, pronouncing each syllabel, then blending the syllables to pronounce the whole word. Used to enable people to read unfamiliar multi-syllabic words.
schema



c11
abstract representation of knowledge organized and stored in memory. Schemata represent knowl. at various levels of abstraction. We can have schema for baseball, growing tomatoes, libery...
Graphic Organizer



c10
diagram used to show how words or ideas are related. g.O.'s can be used to improve vocab. knowledge and comprehension of a passage and as a preplanning device in writing.
Transition Words:



Notes: 11/20
words used to help build the powergraphs in power writing. The words help link the minor details to the major details and v.v.
brainstorming



c10
group technique used to activate thinking by encouraging participants to volunteer whatever thoughyts or associations come to mind when provided with a stimulus word.
Explicit Phonics


Chapter 8
presents phonic elements in isolation and synthesized into whole words. Thus t=/t/; e=/e/; n=/n/ are taught as separate elements and then blended to form the word ten
Semantic Map



c10
places the main idea in the center and used a seies of lines and circles to show how subordinate ideas are related to it.
Contextual Analysis


Chapter 9
the use of verbal cues from a sentence or passage in order to derive the meaning of an unknown word.
Digraph


Chapter 8
two letter words that represent one sound, such as sh in ship.