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Understand the role of phonics in promoting reading development

the role of phonics relationships between letters and sounds
automatic word recognition being able to read words by sight
decoding translating printed words to sound
fluency the ability to speak or write with ease and accuracy
reading comprehension the ability to process text, understand its meaning, and to integrate what the reader already knows
encoding using i sounds to build and write words individual
blending letter sounds is the ability to build words from individual sounds by blending sounds togetner in sequence
strategies for helping students decode single syllable words that follow a pattern CVC CVCC CVVCCVCe
multisyllabic words words that have more than one syllable
relationship between decoding and encoding decoding is the process of reading words and encoding is the process of using letter/sound knowledge to write
accuracy the state of being correct
prosody the patterns of rhythm and sound used in poetry
phoneme is one unit of sound
morpheme is the smallest grammatical unit in a language
consonant digraph voiceless combinations of two consonants
consonant blend are groups of two or three consonants in words to make a distinct sound. ex. bl....spl
semantic relating to meaning in language
syntax grammatical structures
syntactic rule a set of rules, pprinciples, and processes that govern the structure of sentences
Created by: EstherMartinCobb



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