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Proficient Reader
Can read most texts, newpapers, chapter books.
Proofreading
Process of examining a piece of writing for spelling, punctuation, grammar, word choice errors.
R-controlled
Vowel sound, o as in sailor. Neither long or short.
Reading logs
Student's written response to classroom text
Reading Rate
Speed at which a reader can comprehend text
Rereading
Reading multiple times. Can increase fluency.
Rhyming Words
Different onset, but same or similar rimes.
Rime
Part of a word or syllable that includes the vowel and any other consonants that may follow the vowel.
Root words
Base words
Scaffolding
Student partners with and advanced peer, or teacher. Scaffolds are created, on which comprehension is built, strategies, used until student is reading independently.
Schemata
Information the reader already knows about the subject.
Segmentation
Ability to break a word into separate phonemes.
Self-correction strategies
Techniques used to understand a misread or unknown word.
Self monitoring
Ability of students to examine their own reading comprehension and word identification strategies and to modify those strategies for better success.
Semantic cues
Use of knowledge about the subject of a written test and words associated with the subject to identify an unknown word within the text.