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Eled 429

Eled 429 Final

How does a students know a word? Know how to pronounce it, use it in conversation, know multiple meanings and use it in writing.
What is orthography? letters and their sequence in words
how do word solvers learn unknown words? sound, meaning, vision, and analogies
what are ways to learn new vocabulary? direct instruction, reading, context clues and dictionary usage
what are ways to informally assess vocabulary? cloze test, maze test, zip tests, checklists, and synonym tests
What are the types of tutors? certified teacher, peer, reading specialist, and computer assisted programs
What are the 6+1 writing traits? voice, organization, ideas, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, presentation
What is formative assessment? evaluation that drives instruction
What is MSV? Meanint, syntax, visual
What is the zone of proximal development? the distance between the child's actual development and their potential development
What are the characteristics of a poor reader? relies on picture clues, focuses on pronouncing a word, has limited vocabulary, and remembers small unimportant details
What is an unskilled reader? limited vocabulary, can not make inferences, lack word analysis skills, and has poor summarizing skills
What is a skilled reader? has large vocabulary, makes inferences, visualizes, uses reading strategies, uses fix-up strategies
What are factors that affect the comprehension process? text, self, environment
what are some comprehension strategies? compare and contrast, find main idea, make inferences, summarize, visualize
What are the graphic organizers for expository texts? herringbone, K-W-L, venn diagram, compare and contrast, classify, and time line
What are some assessments for information and narrative text reading? cloze procedure, running record, miscue analysis
How do you analyze informational texts? eye appeal, writing style and text features
What are inconsiderate information textbook styles? lon sentence length, no logical organization, do not define terms, do not include visuals, do not include pictures
What is prosody? phrasing
What is instruction for disfluent readers? Stopping the student at an error, give books that are too difficult, given words with no strategies and ask to read orally
What is instruction for fluent readers? give them time to cross check, self correct, give texts that are easy or instructional level, allow them to read silently, give time to self monitor
what are some fluent readers? echo reading, preview-pause-prompt-praise, tape-check-chart, tape-time-chart
what are the four components of fluency? rate, automaticity, prosody and expression
what are Zeckers 7 stages of emergent writing? drawing, scribbles, letter like formations, letter strands, copy, inventive spelling, and conventions
what are the characteristics of an unskilled writer? only write what they know, no organization, do not plan
what is the writing process? pre-write, draft, revise, edit, publish
What is a writing portfolio? writing samples that show growth over time
What is guided writing? When a teacher pulls a small group of students with similar writing needs
What is a pre and post assessment? data that supports the need for an objective and then determines if the objective was met?
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