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M4-Science Content

Module 4-SPED 730

T/F: Direct, systematic instruction about the alphabetic code is our most powerful weapon on the fight against illiteracy True
T/F: At least 8 million children in the US are poor readers False, at least 10 million are poor readers
Reading problems occur primarily at the level of the ____________. Single Word
At least 30% of students need to be taught the decoding process. Why? These skills do not come naturally or they have a specific learning disability or reason for not grasping the concept.
T/F: Reading problems occur as part of a natural, unbroken continuum of ability. True
What causes _______ reading also causes _______ reading. Good, Poor
Won't comprehension make up for poor decoding? No, because comprehension depends on decoding and other skills. Slow, inaccurate decoding is the best predictor of poor reading comprehension.
What are the 4 main causes of poor reading? 1. Neurological 2. Familial 3. Social Disadvantage/Cultural 4. Instructional
What are the 5 necessary & sufficient conditions for learning to read? 1. Phonological Awareness 2. Phonemic Awareness 3. Alphabetic Principle letter 4. Orthographic Awareness 5. Comprehension Strategies
Created by: bethalove
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