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Study cards for the Georgia Assessment for the Certification of Educators

What is the term used to describe the ability to break down and hear separate and/or different sounds and distinguish between sounds one hears? ("eyes closed") Phonemic Awareness
What is the term used to describe the connection between sounds and letters on a page? ("eyes open") Phonics
What is the term used to describe how the reader can ascribe meaning to the text? Comprehension
What are four key strategies teachers can use to teach comprehension? 1)Questioning 2)Asking students to paraphrase 3)Utilizing graphic organizers 4)Focusing on mental images
What are some examples of environmental print? 1)Newspaper 2)Coupons 3)Magazines 4)Food boxes/packaging
What term is used to describe the ability of the reader to recognize the sound of spoken language? Phonological Awareness
Phonological Awareness is taught when you teach: 1)Sounds made by letters 2)Sounds made by combinations of letters 3)How to recognize individual sounds in words
Define Syllabification The act, process, or method of forming or dividing words into syllables
What are the three phases of phonic learning? 1)Logographic Phase 2)Analytic Phase 3)Orthographic Phase
What is the phase in which children recognize words have meaning and significance? Logographic Phase
What is the phase in which children make associations between spelling patterns in words they know as well as new words? Analytic Phase
What is the phase in which children recognize words almost automatically and know about word structure and spelling? Orthographic Phase
What is the term used to describe small units of sound? Phonemes
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