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36 Cards in this Set

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Vocabulary introduction by Patricia Cunninghamto help activate prior knowledge and make predictions
Predict O Gram
Oraganize vocabulary based on the structure of the text (setting, plot, characters,
Frayer Model
model to analze and learn new concepts
words that are used to soften langauge to avoid ditastful realities (garbage collecter - Sanitation Engineer passed away - died
take the first letter of tw words and transpose them to alter their pronunciation
Decodable Books
contain text taht is controlled to exemplify a particular phonic rule or pattern
Core Books
each student has a trade book from which reading and writing activities are rpoduced
Marilyn Jager Adams
outlined 5 phonemic awareness tasks
Chard and Osborn
instilled guidelines neessary for teachers to use in selecting phonics and word recognition materials for students with disabilities
Word Split
splitting of compound words
J. David Cooper
advocate of balanced literacry apporach - children become literate by learning phonics and other aspects of word identification
Chall and Flesch
Support a phonics centered foundation before reading texts
Hierarchical Arrays
a 5th grader is heirarchial to a 1st grader
Linear Arrays
they run a spectrum - bad, better, good best
Degrees of Reading Power
assess how well children unerstnad the meaning of written text in real life situations
a criterion referenced test which measures verbal and quantitative ability - help differentiate those who rank above 80%
Anchor Book
a book that is purposely read repeatedly and used for both reading and writing
Authentic assessmnet
assessment that reflects actual workplace, community, and school curriculum
navigating back and forth between two langauges; has a positive attitude towards both the first and second language
to change a message into symbols
sounding out words to find meaning
Functional Reading
reading of instructions, recipes, coupons ads, which we read to correctly interpret in school and society
Listening Post
headphones attached to a tape player
to change information from one code to anotheras recodes writing into oral speech
theorist who believes phonics is essential
Marilyn Jager Adams
theorist who believes the following should be covered by end of 1st grade
1. ability to hear rhymes
2. ability to do oddity taks
3. ability to blend words
4. ability to segment words
5. ability to phonemic manipulation tasks
Irene Fountas and Gay Pinnell
developed a leveling systems for texts which arranges them by difficulty
Regie Routman
teacher who believes in sharing experiences and having literature come alive, developed formal reading inventories
Sharon Taberski
theorist who beleives in interaction with the students and not on a set skill
Priscilla Vail
expert of learning disabilities and strong believer in phonics
Marilyn Jager Adams
theorist in early reading who identified five tasks of phonemic awareness
oddity task
identifing an odd sound among same sounds
Chard and Osborn
theorist who believe in the alphabetic pricniple
Rudolf Flesch
Theorist who supported phonic center approach
D Hirsch
theorist who believe that there is a finite body of literature children should be taught on various grade levels
Stop and Think Strategy
"Stop and Think what was read and see if it makes sense