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Phonics Sight Words

Competency 5, Domain 2

What is word identification? The ability to read aloud or decode a word correctly.
What is word recognition? Making a connection between a pronounced word and its meaning.
What is automaticity? Efficient word identification when reading.
What are the 4 word identification skills? 1. Phonics 2. Sight Words 3. Morphology 4. Context Clues
What are sight words? Words that are taught as a whole, without the use of phonics.
What are the 4 types of sight words? 1. High frequency words 2. Irregular spelling words 3. Student interest words 4. Content-area words
What is morphology? The study of word formation.
What is structural analysis? Using prefixes, suffixes, and roots to identify a word.
What is syllabic analysis? Recognizing words by analyzing the syllables.
What are context clues? Surrounding words that develop the meaning of a word.
What is required for swift word identification? Phonics and sight words instruction.
What is required for word recognition? Word identification.
What is required for fluency? Word recognition.
What is required for comprehension? Fluency.
Where should you start with phonics instruction? Simple consonant sounds. Then move on to complex irregular words.
What are continuous consonants? Sounds that are stretched out (f, l, m, n, r, s, v, z).
What are stop sounds? Sounds that end quickly (b, c, d, g, j, k, p, qu, t).
What are consonant digraphs? Two letter consonants that make one sound.
What are consonant blends? Two or three letter consonants that make each sound (bl, pl, br, str).
What is a vowel?
Created by: cseyller
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