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Term:*Metacognitive awarenessDefinition:Self conscious understanding of ourown knowledge, skills, and strategies Term:*Self-MonitoringDefinition:Self regulating ones own reading Term:*Self-CorrectingDefinition:The process of fixing a miscue
Term:*Cross-checkingDefinition:Readers ask themselves whether aword they identify makes sense in thereading context. Term:Alphabetic principle Definition:The principle of using letters torepresent sounds. An alphabeticwriting system makes it possible forany reader who knows the code topronounce words the reader has neverseen in print before. Term:*Rhyme awareness Definition:Being able to identify words that doand do not rhyme and think ofrhyming words on their own. Term:Phonemic awareness activity 1Definition:Stretching sounds. Teacher says aword slowly while children listen forsounds. Sound stretching helpschildren identify the individual soundsin words. /man/ /mmmaaannn/
Term:Phonemic awareness activity 2Definition:Lining up. When lining up teachersays "line up if your name begins (orends) with _ , has a _ sound" Term:Phonemic awareness -segmenting Definition:Develop awareness of beginningsounds first, followed by endingsounds, then middle sounds. Term:Phonemic awareness -blendingDefinition:Begin with easy to blend consonantsounds. Term:Teach phonemic awareness along withphonics Definition:Important Term:Configuration cues Definition:Consist of word length, word shape, ormemorable letters.
Term:Environmental printDefinition:Signs, package labels, logos, things intheir everyday surroundingsTerm:Picture cuesDefinition: