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Chapter 5 presentation Sight words New Words New Concepts New Meaning
Definitions Sight words-words that are recognized by sight. New Words- Students have a concept related to the word.
Definitions New Concept- Little to no background knowledge. They don’t recognize the word either. New Meaning- Students know the word. They are unfamiliar with the way it is used.
Word Identification Sight Words High Frequency Words- words that are so common in reading material and are essential that children learn to identify them without sounding them out.
5 ways to call children’s attention to sight words Word Charts Reading and rereading mini-lessons Dictionaries Pattern writing
Decoding Phonics-Students use knowledge of sounds to decode the word. Analogies- Students use knowledge of rhyming words to deduce the pronunciation of an unusual word Context clues- Students use semantic and syntatic info to predict unfamiliar words. Morphemic Knowledge - Apply knowledge to the root of the word.
Decoding Syllabic Analysis- Breakdown multi- syllabic words into syllables and then use phonics to identify the word