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Metacognition
Student's reflection on his or her own thought processes. Students use metacognition to critique their own text decoding and reading comprehension strategies.
Mood
Emotional environment of a literary work.
Morpheme
Smallest unit of language that has meaning. Stomping both stomp and ing are morphemes.
Morphology
Study of word structure. Derivation of words. Use of inflections, and creation of compound words.
Narrative text
Employs dialog, uses language that is familiar
Note Taking
Writing down key points. Important comprehension strategy.
Onset
Part of a word or syllable that is followed by a vowel. In word man, onset is m.
Open syllable
A syllable that does not end in a consonant sound, but rather in a vowel sound. Jumbo, second syllable is open.
Orthography
Study of spelling and standard spelling patterns.
Outlining
Making a hierarchical, chronological list of key points made by reading test. Important comprehension strategy.
Phoneme
Smallest unit in written or oral language. May be a letter or group of letters.
Phonics
Letter/sound correspondences
Taught in gradual progression.
Predictions
Ability to guess what a text might say or what words it may use
Prefix
An affix attached to beginning of a word.
Prephonetic
Understanding that language can be represented on paper, but not that letters correspond to certain sounds.