Age-Appr. Book All same leveled book Phon. Awareness Random(1) Random(2)
 

100

What are two reading strategies you worked with(in centers) for which all children in the group use the same leveled instructional level book?
Modified Reading Recovery & Guided Reading

100

For what phonemic awareness task is this an example? - The cat in the hat sat on a bat.
rhyme

100

What would be the best and most logical order to teach these phonemic awareness skills? linking sounds to spelling Rhyme/Alliteration Oral Segmentation
first - Rhyme/Alliteration next - Oral Segmentation Last - linking sounds to spelling

100

What is a strategy that is often used on a daily basis to help emergent readers develop familiarity with written language, especially words?
Morning Message

200

What does the teacher doas the last step in Shared Reading to help the children put the pieces together in entirety?
The teacher re-reads the entire book in Shared Reading at some point in the process and for some reason.

200

What should the teacher be doing while children in the small group are silently reading their leveled books?
Observing and offering alternative suggestions for children who are struggling with words, phrases in Guided Reading.. is done at this point in the process.

200

For what phonemic awareness task is this an example? - Sally sells seashells by the seashore.
alliteration

200

For which type of strategy would you be more likely ask the most questions - Shared Reading? Dialogic Reading?
Dialogic Reading

200

What is the next step a teacher takes after asking children to tell him/her a sentence to write for the Morning Message, then the teacher repeats it...then the teacher asks the children to tell him/her.................?
The first word that the teacher should write...

300

What does EXPAND mean in the PEER steps in Dialogic Reading?
In Dialogic Reading, adults do this on the child statements, with additional words, i.e....the child says: I see a dog. The teacher says: You see a dog that has a brown collar.

300

What should the children be doing AFTER reading their leveled book in Guided reading?
The children do this at what point in Guided Reading... the children engage in writing, discussing, paired reading...

300

Part 1: Which word does not have the same middle sound? hat mad track rake black trap Part 2: What phonemic Awareness task is this usually called?
rake; Oddity task

300

What are THREE of the possible PREVIEW activities a teacher does with the children in a Shared Reading Activity (after the book is selected and comprehension strategies of focus are determined)?
Preview the book with the children - title, author, illustrator, pictures; make predictions; look at words that might be in the book; look at each page before the reading....and more...

300

What are THREE of the NINE phonemic manipulation tasks that children should master AND give an example of each?
(any 3) Initial sound substitution, final sound substitution, vowel substitution, syllable deletion, initial sound deletion, final sound deletion, initial phoneme in a blend deletion, final phoneme in a blend deletion, second phoneme in a blend deletion.

400

What is the acronym for the steps in Dialogic Reading: Prompts child say something about book, Evaluates child's response, Expands child's response by rephrasing & adding info. to it Repeats prompt to make sure child learned from expansion.
PEER acronym for Dialogic Reading stands for TWO of these steps. (the 500 question asks for TWO more)

400

What is the first step in the process for Modified Reading Recovery?
To begin, the teacher is reading title, author, and asking questions about the book as the teacher would in SHARED READING, but each child in the group has the same instructional level book

400

Children need to learn to do this Phonemic awareness type of task - segmenting and blending the parts of this word track. What are the two parts called? /tr/ is ______ and /ack/ is _______?
onset; rime

400

What is meant by "think aloud' to model effective reading" during a SHARED READING?
Pause and make predictions; point out predetermined comprehension strategies, such as "visualizing"...

400

Name THREE of the Six potential impacts of the STORY DICTATION for a Story Telling curriculum on the essential tasks of a balanced approach?
1. oral language: expression, home language, syntax, vocabulary, and sentence patterns 2.narrative form: knowledge of how stories work, where stories come from, what stories are composed of, sequencing, plot development, characterization, writing process, authorial intention, and use of imagination 3. conventions of print: knowledge of how print functions, including directionality, spaces between words, letters, words, and punctuation 4.code: encoding and decoding 5.word study: sight words, phonics, spelling, and decoding 6.reading for meaning

500

What is the acronym for the steps in Dialogic Reading: Prompts child say something about book, Evaluates child's response, Expands child's response by rephrasing & adding info. to it Repeats prompt to make sure child learned from expansion.
PEER acronym for Dialogic Reading stands for TWO of these steps.

500

What does the teacher do as after she introduces the leveled books in in MODIFIED READING RECOVERY and she takes a picture walk of each illustration?.
This step follows the first step in MODIFIED READING RECOVERY. includes the teacher talking about concepts presented in the pictures.

500

(2parts) When you ask a child to say a word like tablet into five separate sounds, each sound is called a ______________ and that phonemic awareness task is called __________.
phoneme; oral segmentation

500

What do children do first , in GUIDED READING after the teacher introduces the instructional level book that all in the small group will read?
Encourage the children to converse about the book, ask questions and make predictions.

500

What are THREE of the SIX potential areas in which children can develop during the DRAMATIZATION part of the Story Telling Curriculum?
Oral language Narrative control Search for meaning Imaginative thinking Self-regulation Sociability

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