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K-6 Language Arts

FTCE K-6 Language Arts

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What are the 5 components of reading? Phonemic awareness, Phonics, Fluency, Vocabulary, Comprehension
What is Phonemic awareness? Ability to hear and manipulate the sounds of spoken language. This includes noticing rhyme and recognizing the separate, small sounds in words (phonemes).
What is phonemes? The small sounds in words
What is phonics? The understanding of the relationships between the written letters of the alphabet and the sounds of spoken language. This knowledge allows the reader to "decode" words by translating the letters into speech sounds.
What allows the reader to "decode" words by translating the letters into speech sounds? Phonics
What is fluency? The ability to read quickly, accurately, and with proper expression.
Fluent readers can concentrate on understanding what they are reading because they don't have to focus on ___________. Decoding
What is vocabulary in relation to the five components of reading? It is all of the words that the reader can understand and use. The more words the reader knows, the better they will understand what they are reading.
What is comprehension? The ability to understand what one has read.
What is word recognition skills? It is when the student has the ability to visually identify words in isolation or in content.
What are the 4 critical thinking strategies? Making connections, making predictions, questioning, summarizing.
Critical thinking strategies --> Making connections --> What are the 3 types of connections a reader can make? Text to self, text to text, text to world.
What is a text to text connection? Implies that the reader has made a connection from the reading to another book with a similar writing style, theme, or topic.
What type of connection? Implies that the reader has made a connection from the reading to another book with a similar writing style, theme, or topic. Text to text connection
What is a text to self connection? Implies that the reader has made a connection from the reading to their own personal lives.
What type of connection? Implies that the reader has made a connection from the reading to their own personal lives. Text to Self
What is a text to world connection? Implies that the reader has made a connection from the reading to a topic or an even that has taken or is taking place in the world.
What type of connection? Implies that the reader has made a connection from the reading to a topic or an even that has taken or is taking place in the world. Text to world connection
When reading, what happens when a student makes connections? They remember more of what they read and their comprehension increases.
Give examples of how a student can make predictions about what a particular text is going to be about. Reading the front cover, including the title. Looking at the illustration on the cover.
Critical Thinking Strategies --> Questioning --> What are the four key types of questions? Right There (the ans is in the text), Think and Search (Ans is in the text but the student must think about it to get the ans), Reader and Author (Ans needs to combine their experiences w/what the text states), On My Own (generate from prior knowledge)
What is summarizing? To state and concisely paraphrase what has been read. Summarizing takes place during and after reading. It can be done orally or in writing.
When does summarizing take place? During and after reading.
Summarizing can be done either _____________ or ____ _________________. Verbally or in writing
There are 4 components of Reading Fluency. What are they? Accuracy, automaticity, Rate, Prosody
There are 4 components of Reading Fluency. Describe Accuracy. Ability to correctly read words in a text.
The ability to read words in a text describes what component of Reading Fluency? Accuracy
There are 4 components of Reading Fluency. Describe Automaticity. Ability to instantly recognize a large bank of words to quickly decode unfamiliar words.
The ability to instantly recognize a large bank of words to quickly decode unfamiliar words describes what component of Reading Fluency? Automaticity
There are 4 components of Reading Fluency. Describe Rate. The speed of reading.
There are 4 components of Reading Fluency. Describe Prosody. The ability to read with appropriate rhythm, intonation, and expression.
The speed of reading describes what component of Reading Fluency? Rate
The ability to read with appropriate rhythm, intonation, and expression describes what component of Reading Fluency? Prosody
What is "Making an inference" in regards to reading? "Reading between the lines". Making meaning from the implied or underlying theme/point of text. An inference often includes merging what is already known about a topic to the new information being presented.
What is "visualize" in regards to reading? To create mental pictures in one's mind about the content of the reading.
Name 7 instructional methods and skills to facilitate student reading comprehension. Activating prior knowledge, summarizing, self-monitoring, questioning, use of graphic and semantic organizers, think alouds, recognizing story structure.
What is self-monitoring in regards to student reading comprehension? When students are aware of their thinking as they are reading. Students should pause periodically to reflect and think about the information being read in the text.
What are think alouds? Also known as "talking to the text". The teacher stating her thoughts as she reads aloud to the students. Then the students can practice this with each other in pairs.
What does it mean "Recognizing Story Structure"? That narratives or stories have a beginning, middle, and end, as well as elements such as setting, characters, and plot.
Informational, nonfiction, and narrative text is structured using organizational aids called "text features". What are common text features used in informational, nonfiction, and narratives? Title, table of contents, headings, subheadings, bold and italicized words, illustrations, photographs, labeled diagrams, charts, diagrams, charts, graphs, tables, glossary, and index.
Accuracy, rate, prosody, and automaticity are all components of _________ __________. Fluency
True or False? "Talking to the text" is also known as a strategy called "think aloud". True
True or False? Graphophonemic is a phase of word recognition in elementary age students that refers to the letter-sound relationship? True
________ and ________ are two essential skills related to reading comprehension. Any two: Main idea, supporting details and facts, author's purpose, fact and opinion, point of view, inference, visualize, conclusion.
What are the five phases of word recognition? Pre-Alphabetic, partial-alphabetic, full-alaphabetic, graphophonemic, and morphemic.
____________ __________ is the beginning phase of literacy. Emergent literacy
During emergent literacy, children are exposed to the __________ or _________ of language and are encouraged to predict what the text may be about. structure or syntax
During emergent literacy, children are exposed to the structure or syntax of language and are encouraged to ________________. predict what the text may be about
What is alphabet knowledge? when young students can identify and name upper and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Why is concept of print important? Young learners need to understand that print conveys meaning, it has directionality (left, right, up, down), concept of a word, phonemic awareness, and how to identify the author, illustrations, title, and so on.
True or False? Emergent reading refers to the LATER part of reading? False, it refers to the beginning phase of literacy
True or False? Oral language development can be enhanced through class and small group discussions? True
True or False? Basic concepts of print include but are not limited to directionality, title page, and illustrations. True
There are ____ main genres of children's literature. 8
What is folklore? Stories told by word of mouth: Nursery rhymes, fairy tales, fables, myths, legends, tall tails.
What is fantasy? Stories that could not happen in real life.
What is Science Fiction? Stories that MIGHT happen in the future.
What is Realistic fiction? Stories focusing on events that COULD happen in the real world.
What is historical fiction? Realistic stories set in the past.
True or False: Nursery rhymes, fairy tales, legends, and myths are all considered folklore? True
____________ are stories that tell of a person's life. Biography
What are five elements of literacy? Setting, characters, plot, theme, style
Setting, characters, plot, theme, style are five elements of _________. Literacy
Define: Plot The events that take place in a story, novel, or play
What element of literacy does this define: The events that take place in a story, novel, or play. Plot
Define: Theme The subject or central idea of the story
What element of literacy does this define: The subject or central idea of the story. Theme
Define: Style (as it pertains to literacy elements) The vocabulary and syntax the author uses to create the story.
What element of literacy does this define: The vocabulary and syntax the author uses to create the story. Style
What is alliteration? Two or more words or syllables, near each other, with the same beginning consonant.
What is this the definition of? Two or more words or syllables, near each other, with the same beginning consonant. alliteration
What is a hyperbole? An exaggeration used to emphasize a point.
What is this the definition of? An exaggeration used to emphasize a point. A hyperbole
Define: Onomatopoeia The use of words with sounds that reinforce their meaning such as smash bang boom.
What is this a definition of? The use of words with sounds that reinforce their meaning such as smash bang boom. Onomatopoeia
Define: Analogy A detailed and sometime lengthy companions of two ideas or events.
What is this the definition of? A detailed and sometime lengthy companions of two ideas or events. An Analogy
Define: Irony Using words that mean the opposite of what the author intended.
What is this the definition of? Using words that mean the opposite of what the author intended. Irony
Define: Personification Giving human like qualities to a thing or abstraction.
What is this the definition of? Giving human like qualities to a thing or abstraction. Personification
Define: Climax The point of highest dramatic interest or a turning point in a story.
What is this the definition of? The point of highest dramatic interest or a turning point in a story. Climax
Define: Metaphor A comparison of two distinctly different things suggesting a similarity between them.
What is this the definition of? A comparison of two distinctly different things suggesting a similarity between them. Metaphor
Define: Simile A comparison using LIKE or AS
What is this the definition of? A comparison using LIKE or AS Simile
The ___________ is the events that take place in the story. plot
True or False: The literacy element of style refers to the appearance of the words on the page? False, it refers to writing style and word usage
True or False: Her eyes twinkle like the stars is an example of a metaphor? False. It is an example of a simile
What 4 criteria should be considered when selecting quality multicultural literature for children? Depicts diversity but avoids stereotyping of a particular culture. Explores culture differences/similarities in a sensitive manner. Provides an accurate and positive portrayal of the culture represented. Language/setting must be consistent w/the culture.
Responding to literature in a variety of ways assists students with __________ of the text comprehension
There are several forms of literature responses. Name several of them. Artistic literature response, discussion, drama, inquiry, written response, multimedia.
What would be some examples of an ARTISTIC LITERATURE RESPONSE? Drawings, paintings, collages, scratchboards, anything that uses artistic expression(s).
What are literacy circles? They encourage small, temporary, heterogeneous groups of students to talk about the story they are reading.
What would this be an example of: Small, temporary, heterogeneous groups of students talking about the story they are reading. Literacy circle
Examples of DRAMATIC RESPONSES are: Poetry readings, readers theater, and storytelling
Poetry readings, readers theater, and storytelling are examples of what type of literacy responses? Dramatice responses
Examples of WRITTEN LITERACY RESPONSES include: Anything that the reader has written such as graphic organizers, reading logs, learning logs, and reading response journals.
Anything that the reader has written such as graphic organizers, reading logs, learning logs, and reading response journals are all known as what types of literacy responses? Written literacy resoponses
Responding to a piece of literature by drawing is an example of _____________ literature. Artistic
True or False: Small groups of students talking about a book they are reading are called book chats? False. They are called literacy circles
True or False: Reading response journals assist students with text _________________. Comprehension
The __________ writing stage begins with scribbling and ends with conventional spelling. developmental
The developmental writing stage includes: (Several things but list as many as you can) Scribbling, mock handwriting, mock letters, conventional letters, invented or temporary spellings, phonetic spellings and conventional spellings.
Scribbling, mock handwriting, mock letters, conventional letters, invented or temporary spellings, phonetic spellings and conventional spellings are all examples of what stage of writing? Developmental writing stage
What are the five stages of writings? Prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, publishing.
What does this describe? Prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, publishing. The five stages of writing.
Define: Prewriting Activating prior knowledge, gathering and organizing ideas. May include brainstorming a list of ideas and researching/reading about a topic. May included deciding upon the intended audience.
What stage of writing is this? Activating prior knowledge, gathering and organizing ideas. May include brainstorming a list of ideas and researching/reading about a topic. May included deciding upon the intended audience. Prewriting
Define: Drafting in relation to the writing process Transfer of ideas to paper, focus is on getting all thoughts down rather then on the spelling, grammar, and mechanics.
What stage of writing is this: Transfer of ideas to paper, focus is on getting all thoughts down rather then on the spelling, grammar, and mechanics. Drafting
Define: Revising in relation to the writing process Refining and clarifying the draft. The focus is on meaning and further developing the writing piece.
What stage of writing is this: Refining and clarifying the draft. The focus is on meaning and further developing the writing piece. Revising
Define: Editing in regards to the writing process Proofreading the draft for misspelled words, grammatical and mechanical errors, focus is on the mechanics (punctuation, sentence fragments, capitalization, etc.)
What stage of writing is this? Refining and clarifying the draft. The focus is on meaning and further developing the writing piece. Editing
Define: Publishing in regards to the writing process Sharing a final project
What stage of writing is this: Sharing a final project Publishing
What are the 6 modes of writing? Narrative, persuasive, descriptive, expository, informative, and creative.
Define: Narrative writing Writing that recounts a personal or fictional experience or tells a story based on a real or imagined event.
Which mode of writing does this define: Writing that recounts a personal or fictional experience or tells a story based on a real or imagined event. Narrative
Define: Persuasive writing Writing that attempts to convince the reader that a point of view is valid or that the reader should take a specific action.
Which mode of writing does this define: Writing that attempts to convince the reader that a point of view is valid or that the reader should take a specific action. Persuasive writing
Define: Descriptive writing Writing that attempts to paint a picture or describe a person, place, thing, or idea
Which mode of writing does this define: Writing that attempts to paint a picture or describe a person, place, thing, or idea Descriptive writing
Define: Expository writing Writing that gives information, explains why or how, clarifies a process, or defines a concept.
Which mode of writing does this define: Writing that gives information, explains why or how, clarifies a process, or defines a concept. Expository writing
Define: Informative writing Writing that informs the reader in an attempt to create newfound knowledge.
Which mode of writing does this define: Writing that informs the reader in an attempt to create newfound knowledge. Informative writing
Define: Creative writing Writing that uses the writer's imagination.
What mode of writing does this define: Writing that uses the writer's imagination. Creative writing
Writing conventions include mechanics such as _________, ____________, _______________, and ______________. Spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar.
Rubrics assessing writing should include sections related to: (3 main things) The writing process, the mode of writing, and the importance of spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and grammar.
True or False: The editing process of writing requires the writer to modify his writing for content. False
True or False: Expository writing attempts to convince the reader of a particular point of view. False. Persuasive writing attempts to convince the reader of a particular point of view.
The ___________ stage of writing includes brainstorming, gathering, and organizing ideas. Prewriting
_______ is the first developmental phase of writing Scribbling
Assessment is defined as: The process of gathering data about students to identify areas of strength and weakness in order to guide future instruction.
What does this define: The process of gathering data about students to identify areas of strength and weakness in order to guide future instruction. Assessment
Norm-referenced tests Assessment that have been given to students of various socioeconomic backgrounds in a variety of geographic locations in order to develop norms. Norms are the avg scores of the population and serve as a comparison to compare students.
What are assessment that have been given to students of various socioeconomic backgrounds in a variety of geographic locations. The average scores of the population serve as a comparison to compare student results with that of a similar population. Norm-referecced tests
Criterion referenced tests Assess the point at which the student has achieved mastery; has the student met a predetermined goal. Example is the FCAT test.
What are assessments that assess the point at which the student has achieved mastery; has the student met a predetermined goal. Example is the FCAT test. Criterion referenced tests
The FCAT is an example of what type of test? criterion referenced test
The FCAT math and reading are scored on a scale from ________ to _______. 100 to 500 which translates to 1-5.
The FCAT writing score is scored on a ______ point scale 6
If a student taking the writing portion of the FCAT wrote in a foreign language or did not respond to the wiring prompt, what score would they receive? U for unscorable
Define Diagnostic assessment. Dx assessments are standardized tests (carefully constructed and field tested) and aim to determine a student's strength's and weaknesses.
What type of assessment: Standardized tests (carefully constructed and field tested) and aim to determine a student's strength's and weaknesses. Diagnostic assessment
Define Performance-based assessment AKA and authentic assessment, this form of assessment incorporates real-life applications of what has been taught and enables the teacher to assess meaningful and complex educational products and performances.
What type of assessment: Incorporates real-life applications of what has been taught and enables the teacher to assess meaningful and complex educational products and performances. Performance based assessment
A Performance-based assessment is also known as a ________ assessment. Authentic assessment
An Authentic assessment is also known as a ____________ assessment. Performance-based
What are fluency checks? Quick one minute timed reading assessments that focus on accuracy, rate, and prosody.
What is the formula for Fluency checks? (Number of words x 60) / (number of seconds)
What formula is this: (Number of words x 60) / (number of seconds) Fluency
What is the formula for correct words per minute? (Number of words - Errors)(60) / (number of seconds)
What formula is this? (Number of words - Errors)(60) / (number of seconds) correct words per minute
What are running records? Informal assessments that enable the teacher to observe, score, and interpret a student's reading behaviors.
Running records include what 5 observations? Errors, Self-Corrections, meaning, structure, visual
Define: Screening Used to assess students at the start of the year to identify the student's reading level and capabilities. The screening can then be compared to the progress monitoring assessments to show growth over time.
Define: Progress monitoring It shows gains in reading achievement and to provide information to the teacher that will help guide instruction.
Define: Anecdotal notes (records) Short, concise, written observations made by the teacher while students work. The purpose is to observe/record info that may be used in guiding reading instruction. Date notes and file in student portfolio or lesson plan book.
What does this define: Short, concise, written observations made by the teacher while students work. The purpose is to observe/record info that may be used in guiding reading instruction. Date notes and file in student portfolio or lesson plan book. Anecdotal notes (records)
What are the 3 main cuing systems? Semantic, syntactic, and graphophonemic
What does the syntactic cuing system focus on? The structure of the sentence and how language works. Meaning that the sentence SOUNDS correct.
What curing system is this: The focus is on the structure of the sentence and how language works. Meaning that the sentence SOUNDS correct. Syntactic cuing system
What does the semantic curing system focus on? Any meaning a student derives form a sentence that is primarily based on prior knowledge. Meaning, does the sentence make SENCE?
What curing system is this? Any meaning a student derives form a sentence that is primarily based on prior knowledge. Meaning, does the sentence make SENCE? Semantic curing system
What does the graphoophonemic cueing system focus on? Various visual clues and knowledge about the relationship between sounds and symbols. Does that LOOK right?
What cueing system is this? Various visual clues and knowledge about the relationship between sounds and symbols. Does that LOOK right? graphophonemic cueing system
Define: Cloze test Getting students to fill in words deliberately omitted from a passage of text. This procedure assists students in the prediction and us of context clues.
What does this define: Getting students to fill in words deliberately omitted from a passage of text. This procedure assists students in the prediction and us of context clues. Cloze Test
Define: Response log An informal assessment that documents students reading, viewing, and listening. Students record thoughts/feelings as they read media or watch literacy.
What is an informal assessment that documents students reading, viewing, and listening. Students record thoughts/feelings as they read media or watch literacy. Response log
Define: Retelling A technique that involves reading, either silently or aloud, and then retelling what has been read. In the retelling, a student reveals the parts of the text that were more significant to him.
What does this define: A technique that involves reading, either silently or aloud, and then retelling what has been read. In the retelling, a student reveals the parts of the text that were more significant to him. Retelling
True or False: A criterion referenced test is an example of a formal assessment? True
True or False: Three main cueing systems are semantic, syntactic, and graphophonemic. True
_________________ are short, concise written observations made while students work. Anecdotal records
What are literature circles? Small, temporary, heterogenous groups of students that gather to discuss a book of their choice with the goal of increasing comprehension.
What does this define: Small, temporary, heterogenous groups of students that gather to discuss a book of their choice with the goal of increasing comprehension. Literature circles
What is the workshop approach to literacy? Begins with the teacher demonstrating mini-lessons, then an opportunity for guided practice on the skills/content, then independent practice, then concludes with opportunities for sharing.
What does this define: Begins with the teacher demonstrating mini-lessons, then an opportunity for guided practice on the skills/content, then independent practice, then concludes with opportunities for sharing. The workshop approach to literacy
What are examples of literacy centers? poetry, listening, word work, writing, spelling, comprehension, literature response, vocabulary, art, independent reading are just a few examples.
poetry, listening, word work, writing, spelling, comprehension, literature response, vocabulary, art, independent reading are just a few examples of _______________ centers. literacy
What is paired/buddy reading? Two students of the same or different ages/grade levels have the same text and take turns reading or read chorally.
What type of reading is this? Two students of the same or different ages/grade levels have the same text and take turns reading or read chorally. Paired/buddy reading
True or False: Literature circles contain many students reading different books so that students can teach each other about what they are reading independently? False
What is emergent literacy? The skills, knowledge, and attitudes that are developmental precursors to conventional forms of reading and writing.
Students are the ___________ phase of literacy are getting to know books and learning about print. Emergent
What is phonological awareness? Includes the ability to identify and manipulate large parts of spoken language (words, syllables, onset/rime units) and awareness of other aspects of sound in language like alliteration, intonation, and rhyming.
What does this define: Includes the ability to identify and manipulate large parts of spoken language (words, syllables, onset/rime units) and awareness of other aspects of sound in language like alliteration, intonation, and rhyming. phonological awareness
What is alphabet knowledge? Identification and naming of the upper and lower case letters.
What does this define? Identification and naming of the upper and lower case letters. Alphabet knowledge
When a child has "Concepts of print" what does that mean? The student understands how print works. Print conveys meaning. Directionality (left to right, top to bottom), concept of a word (word boundaries), letter knowledge, phonemic awareness, and literacy language (author, pictures, title, etc,)
Phonological awareness refers to the ability to ___________ and ________ large parts of the spoken language. identify and manipulate
True or False: Oral language skills can be enhanced through songs, echo reading, and story retellings? True
______________ and ___________ are two informal assessment instruments. (6 possible answers) checklists, rubriks, games, concepts of print, surveys, and portfolios
What does penmanship refer to? The quality and style of one's handwriting.
The quality and style of one's handwriting refers to what? penmanship
In letter formation, what are the 4 basic strokes? circles, horizontal lines, vertical lines, and slant lines
Circles, horizontal lines, vertical lines, and slant lines refer to what? The 4 basic strokes of letter formation.
What are the 4 main elements of penmanship? Letter formation, spacing, letter size/alignment, line quality
Letter formation, spacing, letter size/alignment, line quality are the 4 main elements of _______________. Penmanship
What does "line quality" refer to in letter formation? The strokes of the pencil. They should be consistent in smoothness, color, and weight.
Students are taught to write in cursive in the ________ grades. intermediate
True or False: The element of legible handwriting that refers to consistency of the pencil strokes is LETTER ALIGNMENT? False, it refers to LINE QUALITY
__________ and __________ are oral processes that are essential elements of high quality language arts instruction. Listening and speaking
Listening and speaking are ____________ processes that are essential elements of high quality language arts instruction. oral
Listening and speaking are oral processes that are essential elements of high quality _________ _________ ___________. language arts instruction
What is efferent listening? listening to learn new information
Listening to learn new information is known as _________ listening. Efferent listening
Aesthetic listening is performed more for __________ and __________ compared to efferent listening which is done for learning. pleasure and enjoyment
Listening done for pleasure and enjoyment compared to listening for learning (efferent), is ___________ listening. Aesthetic listening
Define: Aesthetic listening Done for pleasure and enjoyment compared to efferent listening which is done for learning.
Prior to reading aloud, ensure that the students understand the ______________ of the lesson. objective
Activating ____________ knowledge related to the topic being read about will help the reader make _____________ to the new information being presented, and increase comprehension. knowledge, connections
Allowing students to process their learning through _______ is vital to deeply understanding the concepts being presented. speaking
__________ and _____________ go hand in hand when students are learning. listening and speaking
The ___________ strategy is useful in both effective listening and speaking. questioning
True or False: Efferent listening is listening for pleasure and enjoyment. False, Aesthetic is for pleasure and enjoyment. Efferent is for learning.
IN order to foster multiple opportunities for listening and speaking in the classroom, your day should be structured to incorporate both whole group and ____________ lessons. small group
What does media literacy refer to? The students ability to interpret media messages.
What are ARTIFACTS? Real objects, usually representative of a particular culture or event.
Books, magazines, journals, etc. are examples of ________ ________. printed material
Define: Primary sources A document or piece of work that was written, recorded, or created during a particular time period: Photographs, speeches, interviews, diaries, video/audio recording.
What do these define: A document or piece of work that was written, recorded, or created during a particular time period: Photographs, speeches, interviews, diaries, video/audio recording. primary sources
What is visual media? Anything that is not printed such as television, video, radio broadcasts.
Anything that is not printed such as television, video, radio broadcasts is known as what type of media? Visual media
What can students do with Kidspiration software? Create graphic organizers, charts, timelines, and webs.
What are WebQuests? web-based learning experiences in which students navigate through predetermined web sites to glean further insight into a topic of study.
What is this a definition of: Web-based learning experiences in which students navigate through predetermined web sites to glean further insight into a topic of study. WebQuests
What is a Wiki site? It allows students to create their own mini web pages. Students can combine text, graphics, animation, and hyperlinks to share and extend their knowledge.
What does this define: It allows students to create their own mini web pages. Students can combine text, graphics, animation, and hyperlinks to share and extend their knowledge. Wiki Site
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