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Reading and Writing-Set 1

Fostering Literacy print is everywhere in the classroom
Correcting reading errors teachers should resist and model the process instead
The sound of /a/ and then the sound of /n/ Do not ask students to say them each and then blend
Fricative is a consonant sound that is produced through friction
Aspiration is a puff of air as when you articulate /h/.
Prealphabetic or prephonemic stage students use letters but don't realize that the letters represent sounds.
Alphabetic stage known as the letter name stage because students use the names of the letters to figure out the sounds they represent. Ex. b contains it's sound.
Consolidated alphabetic stage Sometimes known as the within word pattern or orthographic stage because students are beginning to see patterns such as final e and double vowel.
Allophones variant pronunciations of a phoneme. Ex. egg sounds more like a long a than e.
Function fosters form
How might a literacy-rich environment be created? dramatic play centers, reading many books, pointing out letters, references to sounds, explanations, label everything in classroom
What are some naturalistic ways in which emergent literacy might be fostered? Making reading and writing a part of the classroom activities
Created by: kristi01