ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Teaching Componen

ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Teaching Componen

ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Teaching Componen the 4 ts of Reading ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton READIN G ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Vocabul

ary Alphabet ics READIN G Comprehen sion Fluency ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Vocabul ary Alphabet ics

READIN Can be G assessed Fluency Can be Comprehen taught sion ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Assessment of Reading Components 8 8 7 6

5 4.6 4.3 4.3 4.3 4 4 3 3 2.4 2 1

0 Alphabetics Fluency Vocabulary Comprehension ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Alphabeti cs ~ the process a reader uses to identify words How to ASSESS . . .

Word Recognition Test ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Fluency ~ the ability to read with efficiency and ease How to ASSESS . . . Reading grade-leveled text passages ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Vocabular y

~ the body of words a person knows and understands How to ASSESS . . . Oral test of word meanings ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Comprehen sion ~ the process and product of understanding text How to ASSESS . . . Answer questions, retell, or summarize reading passage Self-report current reading

habits and strategies ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Alphabetics How to TEACH . . . Phonemic awareness ability to Lessonsand should be frequent distinguish manipulate the and SHORT sounds of spoken English Odd(15-20

one out . . . max) mins Practice hearing rhymes . . . . . . rhyme, same beginning A car is in the street. A jar is on sound/ending/medial the seat. Pull apart, put together . . . Practice hearing .. Listen to these word alliteration parts: mon key. .Whats the word? Listen to these sounds: /b//a//t/ Whats the Happy Henry hugs hungry horses.

word? Substitution . . . assonance. . . Practice hearing ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Alphabetics How to TEACH . . . Sight words high frequency words with irregular letter-sound relationship light, come, have, woman, knee Phonics letter-sound

relationships short vowels, long vowels, consonants, diphthongs, digraphs Resources: New Reader Bookstoreand Teach by exposure Reading Horizons practice Language Experience Approach ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Alphabetics

How to TEACH . . . Intermediate level students may have mastered phonemic awareness, letter-sound correspondences, blending, and sight words Syllable Types & Rules Affixes & BUT . . . Word Roots lack skills to decode multisyllablic words encountered in higher

ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Alphabetics How to TEACH . . . Closed syllable button = /but/ /ton/: short vowels Syllable Vowel team syllable Types Open syllable favor = /fa/ /vor/: (long vowel)

treasure = (vowel group pronounced as one sound) Silent-esyllable kiteR-controlled = (long vowel, syllable silent e-)= r-sound takes over sound of actor vowel e Consonant le syllable ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Alphabetics

How to TEACH . . . Two consonants: divide between Syllable Single consonant after vowel: try Rules before, then after win-dow, mir-ror, ad-mit, ten-don, per-mit o-pera, op-era; cli-mate, clim-ate; le-mon, lem-on Consonant le: divide before consonant sam-ple, tur-tle, bab-ble, am-ple ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton

Alphabetics How to TEACH . . . Affixes & PrefixesSuffixesWord RootsWord anti anticedent ced Roots ent commission com miss invective ABSPD Summer Institute 2015

Deborah Britton Fluency How to TEACH . . . Establish a fluency goal Assessment rubric: Smooth reading Pauses at appropriate points Few repetitions Conversational rate Meaningful chunking (phrasing) Practice reading text ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton

Fluency How to TEACH . . . Use text at the appropriate level. ~ 1 grade level higher Explain what fluency is than Mastery and how improving fluency will help your student to read and understand better. Provide a model for fluent reading. ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton

How to TEACH . . . Fluen cy Echo Reading Repeated Reading Goal for fluency. Cold reading S listens to fluent model either T or media - and Teacher reads sentence, Ss practices echo. Repeat. T reads fluency goal.

ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton How to TEACH . . . Fluen cy Echo Reading Repeated Reading Collaborative Oral Reading Small group reads longer text or novel Each person reads 3-5 lines and passe turn.

Teacher chooses to read at intervals to provide model for fluency. T provides quick definitions or ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton How to TEACH . . . Fluen cy Echo Reading Repeated Reading Collaborative Oral Reading Marked Text

ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Vocabul ary How to TEACH . . . Word tiers Isabel Beck Content/domainTier specific 3 Mainly in academic Tier 2 Tier 1 Abstract

texts In writing across wide range of subject areas Basic Concrete In oral vocabulary ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Vocabul ary How to TEACH . . . Introduce new words in personal contexts. respect (verb): to admire someone because of their qualities, knowledge, or

skills ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Vocabul ary How to TEACH . . . Activiti es Sentence completion with an I ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Vocabul ary

ordinary How to TEACH . . . passion exhibit Martins dog was nothing special; in fact, it was very ________. Lupe is always excited about shopping. It is her ___________. An ordinary day for me is Children with measles _____ fever and red spots on ____________. their skin. Ive always had a passion for __________.

ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Vocabul ary How to TEACH . . . Activiti es Sentence completion with an I Fill in the blank Read and respond Yes / No / Why ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton

How to TEACH . . . Comprehens ion ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton How to TEACH . . . Comprehens ion Strategies: Talking with the text Questioning Summarizin g

ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton How to TEACH . . . Comprehens ion KWL chart Strategi es: Seeing the text Graphic Tools Graphic . . . Types of organizers text Narrati Compare & ve Contrast

Descript Cause & ive Effect Sequen ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Resources ABSPD Summer Institute 2015 Deborah Britton Questio ns? Commen ts? Thank

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