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Unformatted text preview: Word Identification Strategies. PG 134-171 1. Letter Sound Bingo- Read words spelled with the same letter sound patterns children are learning. B . I nteractive bulletin boards- I n a small group sort words according to shared letter sound patterns and then put the words on a bulletin board. C. Word Banks- Have the kids create some common words and sort the alphabetically in a bank. Chapter 4 Page 88 1. A. Cross Checking- This is used to make sure that the words they identify fit the reading context. Last step in word identification strategy. B . Self monitoring- Self regulating one’s own reading. Readers use this to determine when they need to use the cross checking strategy, and when they do not. I t assumes that readers stop to cross check only when an identified word does not fit the context. C. Self correcting- Process of rereading to fix a miscue. Through cross checking they determine that the message does not make sense. Early Childhood Language Arts. Chapter 9 1. I nformer- The adult negotiates the meaning of the story with a child by making brief comments that show the child how the book is related to his experience. 2.Co-respondent. The adult shares personal reaction and invites responses from the child. 3.Monitor. Recap the child’s understanding of a story and provide additional info as needed. 4.Director. When the adult introduces a story, paces the story, and announce the conclusion, they are functioning as a director. CHAPTER 2 1.The needs and resources of the particular community. Know the community. Find out what you can do to better equip your community. Have teachers who are experienced with diversity and learning development for both adults and children. 2.The families who will participate. Offer literacy instruction to families broadly. Include all members. Let them know that one family member’s knowledge and education in literacy affects everyone else in the family. Support participation by providing transportation and child care. Be flexible with scheduling, and convenient with location....
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