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praxis II ILA sections

prewriting brainstorming,clustering, outlining, webbing
brainstorming one or more persons generating ideas to on topic
writing process prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, publishing
clustering grouping of similar things
outline general description covering main points - General to specific
webbing graphic organizing build connections with similar word or ideas
drafting draw up preliminary wriitng
revising praise-question,-polish, restructuring, deleting, adding info, conferencing
revising restructuring make basic changes
editing spell check, peer conferencing, teacher conferencing,
publishing anthologies, author's chair
anthologies collection of literary pieces, such as poems, short stories or plays
author's chair final step in writing process, author shares with audience - time to receive positive feedback from peers
Stages of development invented spelling, prefix, suffix, misformed letters, spacing, motor control, punctuation
invented spelling student invents way word is spelled by sounds they hear when said
misformed letter, spacing, and motor control age appropriate mistakes with handwriting
punctuation marks and signs in wring to separate words into sentences, clauses and phrases to clarify meaning
memorization learning tool - sight words, high frequency words, spelling patterns, letter patterns and cluster sounds
instruction must adjust to meet students needs
reteach, enrichment, extentions ways to show effective implementation, planning, and organizing
feedback, cooperative groups, modeling, flex skill group strategies to motivate students and encourage success
feedback return of info about result of activity, evaluate
cooperative groups cooperate with others
modeling serve as example
flex skill groups influence or persuasion, responsive to change, adaptable
basal reader textbook compiled to teach people, especially young, to read
children's literature fiction, novel, short story, fairy take, poetry, nonfiction, biography, news article
fiction fake, imaginative story
novel fictional prose narrative , having plot and characters
short story short piece of prose fictions, few characters
fairy take fanciful take
poetry literature written in meter: verse
nonfiction literature works of true
biography account of person's life written by another
news article article reporting news
technology electronic or digital products and systems - computer, video, audio
pre-reading word recognition , k-w-l, structural analysis, semantics, syntax, phonics, scanning
K-W-L what we know, what we want to know, and what we've learned
structural analysis dissect something by analyzing the structure of components
semantics meaning or interpretation of word, sentence or other language form
syntax study of rules where the words or other elements of sentence are combined to form grammatical sentences.
phonics method of teaching reading and spelling based on letter sounds
reading vocab development, control, comprehension, syllabification, read aloud, decode, word recognition
vocabulary development building words to add to our vocabulary of 10,000 words
control exercise authoritative or influence over
comprehension grasping meaning of; understanding
syllabification forming or dividing words into syllables
decode extract underlying meaning
word recognition awareness that word has been seen before
graphic organizers visual representation of knowledge, concepts, or ideas
graphic organizers Use this to help learner boredom, enhance recall, provide motivation, create interest, clarify info, organize thoughts, promote understanding
graphic organizers storyboards, fishbone, cause effect web, concept mapping, sequence organizers, compare contrast, story web, venn diagrams, etc.
Post reading concept vocabulary, writing/journal, reactions, comprehension, interpretations, rewriting, synonym, antonym, homophone, phonics
concept vocabulary word meaning decided by a general idea or inferred from instances in text
reactions response to stimulus
interpretation your view and explanation of material
homophone night and knight - sound same different meaning
phonemic awareness listeners able to distinguish phonemes cat is c a t
phonemes small units of sound cat is c a t
Created by: amjshock