RED 4313- Quiz 2

by arreola312
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Discipline:
Language Arts
Subject:
Beginning readers
Grade:
3

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RED 4313- Quiz 2

Vocabulary: is not just about looking up for words in the dictionary, but to being able to connect new words to prior knowledge, using and reading those words in many different circumstances and through out the day. It is a main key in the development of reading!

Comprehension: is the ability to understand, interpret and bring meaning to what you read. Comprehension not only involves reading words, but breaking them down into root words, prefixes, and suffixes. THinking about their meaning and about what you read. it also involves predicting by simply looking at the cover picture and by bringing previous knowledge about the topic or characters.

Fluency is the ability to read with speed, accuracy and proper expression. Readers who struggle with fluency tend to read slowly, this affects their desire to read and their comprehension abilities. Students need to be familiar with their phonics to decode and recognize words in order to reach complete and accurate reading fluency.

Examples

Quiz 2- Sarah Arreola- RED 4312 "Fluency, Vocabulary and Comprehension"

ELL Considerations: Practice high frequency word reading with flashcards, reading more often at home and provide a proper model of reading sounds. Las but not least incorporation of audio books.

ELL Considerations: Read together, discuss meaning f unfamiliar words and give their definition. Provide many examples and many different ways in which the words can be used. Accompany the word with a visual if possible.

ELL Considerations: Encourage the students to build a mental picture and try to connect it to real life when possible. Make connections with characters and their feelings. Stoppong after every paragraph or page to review what was just read and reflect on it before moving on. Keep a list of new words they come across and last but not least, have them reading with their "Buddy."

In this video the teacher is shown chanign her voice tone and teaching the student why it is important. She is doing a read aloud and pausing to ask questions and keep the students on track. The students can then focus on whats really hapening as they read.

Karina Richland, M.A. takes us deeper into the meaning of comprehension and why it is so important to the students.

Quick example during a lesson, the students learned the word "monotone," observe how the teacher includes different interaction activitites among the students and has activitites for the students to speak aloud and practce their vocabulary.


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