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Unit 3 Vocabulary

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Brainstorming a technique in which many ideas are generated quickly and without judgment or evaluation, usually as part of a problem-solving process or to inspire creative thinking. Brainstorming may be done in a classroom, with a small group, or individually.
Collaboration the process of two or more people working together to create or achieve the same thing wherein each member speaks, is heard, and takes ownership of the resulting product or activity
Context the words, sentences, or passages that precede or follow a specific word, sentence, or passage
Decoding applying knowledge of letter-sound relationships in order to sound out a word; in reading practice, the term is used primarily to refer to word identification rather than word comprehension
Editing a stage in the writing process when a written text is prepared for an audience by attending to and correcting mechanics, grammar, and spelling
Graphic Feature picture or other image within a text
Phonics a method of reading instruction that helps students build understanding of sound–symbol relationships and spelling patterns
Prediction a form of inference in which the reader gathers and analyzes details in order to anticipate and foresee forthcoming events and information
Text/Print Feature any characteristic of the text outside the main body of the text that helps convey meaning
Created by: victoriasparks