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RICA PREP BOOK 5

Vocabulary words and concepts from the RICA preparation guide by Chee

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Stages of Early Reading Development (Picture-Governed Stages) 1. Reading as another social activity. 2. Picture naming. 3. Children's retellings resemble oral language forms. 4. Children's retellings resemble written language forms.
Stages of Early Reading Development (Print-Governed Stages) 5. Recognition of the print in reading. 6. Partial-alphabetic. 7. Full-alphabetic. 8. Holistic.
Early reading development is also known as Emergent literacy
Summary of Picture-Governed Stages Emergent readers do not pay attention to print at all. They are concerned with the pictures, the stories, the oral language from the stories, and the interactive talks that occur between the person who reads out loud to them and themselves.
Summary of Print-Governed Stages With more exposure to books, "pretend" reading, and modeling of reading, the emergent reader begins to view reading as decoding print and making sense of it.
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