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What form of literature describes themes similiar to those found intraditional literature. Ex: Narnia by C.S. Lewis Modern fanatsy
A work in which the only requirement is rhythm Poem
What form of literature is presented in a historically accurate setting. Ex: Sarah Plain and Tall Historical fiction
Books that you can find information you knew nothing about. Ex: Encyclopedia Informational books
The longest form of fictional prose containing a variety of characterizations, setting, local color, and regionalism. Novel
Literature that has real problems children face Modern realistic fiction
When the author gives human life to inanimate items Personification
A story in verse or prose w/ characters representing virtues and vices Allergory
Concise presentation of essential data from the passage Summary statement
A paragraph that presents information grouped about the topic Classification
When a paragraph describes differences or similarities Comparison contrast
The use of headings, sidebars, etc...that gives readers important clues about story Text structure
The evaluative process involving the reader to make reasonable judgement based on information given and engages students in literal constructing meaming Inferencing
Passage only meant to inform the audience Exposition
Understanding the basic facts of a given passage Literal comprehension
The ability to create/infer a hypothesis for a given statement Inferential comprehension
Multimedia teaching model consists of... 1diagnose 2 design 3 procure 4 produce 5 refine
Literacy version of exageration Hyperbole
Making certain that the text makes sense Monitoring comprehension
Purpose is to change readers mind Persuasion
Reader is pulling out information making cohesive conservation with information Summarizing
A sequence of teaching events and teachers actions used to help students learn new literacy information and relate it to students prior knowledge Conspicuious strategies
Students recognize whole words that have significance for them. Ex: their name, stores,or products they use Logographic phase
The early reading & writing behaviors that precede and develope into conventional lieracy Emergent literacy
Self clarifying Monitoring
Temporary support provided for students in form of steps, tasks, materials and personal support during initial learning Mediated scaffolding
The word or group of words that a pronoun stands for (or refers to). Antecedent
Changing messages into symbols Encoding
Changing communication signals into messages Decoding
-words made of letters and each letter has specfic sounds. -sounds & letters lead to PHONOLOGICAL reading. Two parts of alphabetic priciple
Phrases or sentences from words Syntax
Study of word structure Morphology
Structures that represent generic concepts stored in the memory Schemata
Comparisons between two objects that uses words" like" or"as" to identify similarities Simile
Understanding and sorts facts, opinions, assumptions, persuasive elements and the validity of a passage Evaluative comprehension
The process students use to figure out unfamiliar words based on written pattern Word analysis
Statements such as "knock it off" " break a leg" Idiom
Stages of writing process Prewriting Writing Revising editing publishing
Graphical representations of context (ex: k-w-l chart) Graphic organizors
When a student can read in the same manner as speaking Fluency
Demonstrates ties between oral and written language Vocabulary
Refers to the meaning expressed when words are arranged ina specific way Semantics
Animals act like humans (tortoise and tbe hare) Fable
Cinderalla Folktale/fairy tale
The connection between sounds and letters. MUST BE DONE WHILE READING Phonics
The ability to recognize the sound of SPOKEN words Phonological awareness
The ability to break down words and hear separate or different sounds. THIS CAN BE DONE THROUGH HEARING AND SPEAKING PHONEmic awareness. ( you hear and speak into a Phone)
Reader ascribes meaning to the text Comprehension
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