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Reading, Language and Literature/Varios Terms and Strategies

TermDefinition
Phonics Teaches children the relationships between the leter (graphems) of written language and the individual sound (phonenes) of spoken language.
Phonics definitions grapho-phonemic relationships, letter-sound associations, letter-sound correspondences, letter-sound correspondences, sound-spellings
Phonological awareness Identifying and manipulating larger parts of spoken language, such as words, syllables, and onsets and rimes--as phonemes. It also encompases awareness of other aspects of sound, such as rhyming, alliteration, and intonation.
Example of Teaching Phoneme Manipulation 1) Give/read a word. 2) Say the word out loud. 3) Write the word down. 4) Read the word together.
Reading difuculty assessment Easy text: Readers show that no more than 1 in 20 words are difficult. 2) Challenging Text: Readers show that no more than 1 i 10 words are difficult. 3) Difficult text: readers show that more than 1 in 10 words are difficult (>90% success)