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What is letter recognition? The ability to identify uppercase and lowercase letters.
What is letter naming? The ability to say the name of a letter when it's pointed out.
What is letter formation? The ability to write uppercase and lowercase letters legibly.
What is the alphabetic principle? Sounds are represented by letters?
What are the 4 tasks of concepts about print? 1. The relationship between spoken and written English 2. Letter, word, and sentence recognition 3. Directionality 4. Book handling skills
How can you teach concepts about print? 1. Read alouds 2. Big books 3. Shared book experience 4. Language experience approach 5. Environmental print 6. Labels and captions 7. Mailboxes 8. Explicit teaching
How can you teach letter recognition, naming, and formation? 1. Multisensory methods 2. Associating names and objects with letters 3. Singing the alphabet 4. ABC books 5. Writing uppercase and lowercase letters
Which letters are visually and similar? m and n, b and d, q and p
Which letters are auditorily similar? p and d
Which letters are both visually and auditorily similar? b and d
How can you help students distinguish similar letters? Tracing letters with fingers
How can you support advanced learners? 1. Increasing the pace 2. Build and expand on knowledge
How can you assess directionality? 1. Ask student where the teacher should start reading 2. Student points to each word as teacher reads
How can you assess word boundries? Ask how many words are in a sentence
How can you assess print and meaning connection? Have a student write something, see if they write letters.
Created by: cseyller
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