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Structured literacy (the structure of a language) Consists of phonology, orthography, syntax, morphology and semantics
Simple view of reading Decoding + language comprehension
5 Components of reading Consists of phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension
Dyslexia A specific learning disability, neurological in origin, characterized by difficulties with spelling and decoding due to the phonological component of the language
The core features of dyslexia Problems with phonological awareness, decoding and spelling
The secondary features of dyslexia Fluency, vocabulary, comprehension and composition
The double deficit of dyslexia phonological awareness and rapid automatic naming (RAN)
Bayesian model Statistical model used to predict incidence of a disorder;Recognizes familial correlation
Phonological Awareness Continuum Listening, rhyming, alliteration, sentence segmentation, syllables and phonemes
23 Number of phonemes in the Spanish language
Pre-frontal lobe cortex Part of the brain that is used for paying attention, planning, organizing, memorizing, managing impulses and inhibitions and executing tasks (executive function)
McGurk effect When the auditory signal does not match the visual signal it confuses the brain
Analogies How words are related Hand:arm as foot:leg
Clipped sounds Cuts off the sound
Vowels a,e,i,o,u - all are voiced and continuant whether short or long
FLOSS Double F,L, or S in a 1 syllable word after a short vowel
Scarborough's reading rope Language comprehension must be strategic and word recognition must be automatic
26 Letters in English alphabet
30 Letters in Spanish alphabet
Minimal pairs Voiced and voiceless phonemes /d/ voiced and /t/ voiceless
Created by: melissa.solis