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Semiphonetic
see prephonetic
Sight words
Read on sight.
SQR3
Teaching strategy to improve comprehension. Surveying, Questioning, Reading, Reciting, Reviewing.
SSR
Sustained silent reading. Giving time during day for reading. 20 minutes. Teacher models.
Story map/frame
graphic presentation of major plot points and themes from a story. Improves comprehension
Structural Analysis
Breaking words into parts and defining those parts to help in understanding the word.
Structures of Expository Text
Seven basic structures.
definition
description
process
classification
comparison
analysis
persuasion
Study skills
Skills required to learn curriculum information. like using reference materials.
Substitution
Replacement of one phoneme
in a word with another phoneme. c for r in rat.
Suffix
An affix attached to the root word. y in sleepy
Syllabication
Breaking up a word into one or more syllables.
Syllables
A phoneme or group of phonemes that form one of the sound units of a word.
Syntactic cues
Hints based on syntax that help a reader decode and comprehend text.
Systematic Instruction
An instructional plan, such as a year long lesson plan that moves from simple concepts to more complex ones. Example: begin with reciting the alphabet to ending with sound to symbol relationship.
Theme
Main idea of a reading text.