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Strategies, Ch. 7

Flashcards to help me learn the materials in Chapter 7 of my Strategies book.

What is phonological awareness? Phonological awareness is knowing and demonstrating that spoken language can be broken down into manipulatable smaller units.
How can spoken language be manipulated? Through deleting, adding, substituting, and transposing.
What is a consonant digraph? A consonant digraph is two consonants that represent one sound.
What is a consonant blend? A consonant blend combines the sounds of two or more consonants so that they are clustered together.
What is a Sight Word? A sight word is a word for which students can recognize the pronunciation and meaning automatically.
How do you decode using onset-rime? You segment the word between the onset and the rime and then blend the onset and rime to make the word. (wh+ite = white)
How do you decode using the synthetic method? You say each sound individually, then blend them together. (c+a+n=can)
Which four prefixes account for more than 50% of all prefixed words? Un-, re-, in-, and dis-.
Why is it necessary to teach automatic word recognition, instead of using analyization for all words? It's not practical to teach students to analyze all words in the English language because the patterns they follow may not occur frequently enough to teach.
Why is knowledge of syllabication important? Knowledge of syllabication assists readers in recognizing similar chunks of print across words.
What is implicit code instruction? Implicit code instruction is the emphasis on the use of context clues, including picture cues, to decode unknown words.
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