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environmental print, such as letters intheir namesTerm:The Beginning ReaderDefinition:K to 2nd (3rd) Grade. Letters areassociated with sounds, begin to readCVC words, represent those wordswith a single sound and spell with onlyending consonants. Children rhymeand blend words, begin to recognizechunks or phonogramsTerm:The Fluent ReaderDefinition:4th to 8th Grade. Students read largerunits of print and use analogy todecode larger words. Decodingbecomes fluent. Accuracy and speedwhen reading are stressed.
Term:The Remedial ReaderDefinition:3rd to 8th Grade. Students who arestruggling to read are taught from thesame systematic framework taught inearly grades of successful readers. Assess and identify reading weakness. Teach explicit reading strategiesbased on diagnosis. Link instructionto prior knowledge. Increaseinstruction time. Break skills intosmaller steps.Term:Classroom activities for textcomprehensionDefinition:Monitoring comprehension, usegraphic or semantic organizers,answer questions, generate questions,recognize story structure, summarize,make use of prior knowledge, usemental imageryTerm:Monitoring ComprehensionDefinition:Identify the difficulty, restate thedifficult sentence, look back throughthe text, look forward in the text