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FC: Early Literacy

1: Students' academic growth is directly linked with children's early attempts at reading and writing.

2: Early Literacy gives preschoolers the skills prior to reading and writing.

3: The components of a successful Early Literacy Program | Narrative Skills. Phonological Awareness. Print Awareness. Letter Knowledge Vocabulary Phonics

4: Friends are Flowers that Never Fade

5: Phonological Awareness involves: Word Awareness Syllable Awareness Rhyme Awareness Phonemic Awareness | The levels of Phonological Awareness are: Word Syllables Onsets and rimes Individual sounds

6: Phonemic Awareness is the most difficult level. The child needs to play with parts of the words in the following ways: Segmenting Blending Deleting Substituting | PA is not Phonics. It involves the ability to: 1)hear rhymes and alliteration 2)do oddity tasks 3)orally blend words and syllables 3)orally segment words 4)do phonemic manipulation tasks

7: Phonics | Sound- spelling relationships | Print | Words' decoding ability | Fluency | Reading comprehension

8: Concepts of written language | Concepts about print and about books | Phonological awareness | Letter names and sounds | Recognize words

9: Print Awareness The Child: Understands that a book is for reading. Shows which direction to read (front to back). Reads left page before right page. Uses left-to-right progression of text. Turns pages correctly. Knows where to start reading on a page. Knows what a book title is. Understands that pictures are related to print. Understands the concepts of author and illustrator. Understands the concept of story

10: Concepts about print | The child Knows that one reads from left to right. Understands concept of letter by pointing at one. Understands concept of word by pointing at one. Recognizes signs and symbols in environmental print. Can point to some sight words presented in context Can follow along by pointing at words, matching spoken to printed words. Understands the concept of space between words. Understands that print is speech written down. Can identify most letters by name. Begins to associate sounds with letters including consonants, vowels and diagraphs

11: Begins to use pictures to identify words. Begins to use graphophonics to identify words. Begins to use syntax to identify words. Begins to use meaning to identify words and predict the story. Checks one source of information with another. Begins to hear and record sounds in words. Copies letters and words. Writes own name. Writes a few high-frequency words. Begins to use punctuation.

12: Attitudes toward reading The child: 1)Appears attentive and enjoys being read to. 2)Chooses to look at books independently during choice time. 3)Chooses to share a book with others during choice time.

13: Letter Knowledge The child: 1)Reads familiar signs and logos 2)Learns letter names 3)Recognizes the symbol of a letter | Vocabulary | Reading comprehension | Academic success

14: Emergent Readers and Writers | Enjoys | 1)hearing and using new language 2)pleasure in rhythm and rhyme of language 3)playing at reading 4)listening to stories, poems and rhymes 5)working at reading and writing 6)having books read

15: Knows | 1)that language can be recorded and revisited 2)how stories and books work 3)that print in books and his or her own writing hold meaning 4)book language 5)the importance of background knowledge 6)the rewards of reading and re reading 7)some print conventions 8)some difference between fiction and non fiction | Emergent Readers and Writers

16: The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader Skills and Behaviours | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same. | The Emergent Reader | 1)“Plays” at reading and writing. 2)Handles books confidently. 3)Interprets pictures. 4)Uses pictures to predict text. 5)Retells a known story in sequence. 6)Develops a memory for text. 7)Finger-points to locate specific words. 8)Begins to realize that words are always spelled the same.

17: The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods | The Early Reader Characteristics | 1)Is eager to listen and read longer texts. 2)Is eager to read for information and pleasure form an increasing range of texts. 3)Expects to get meaning from text. 4)Likes to explore new words, language features and patterns. 4)Wants to write on a range of topics. 5)Shows confidence in taking risks and making approximations 6)Expects own writing to be enjoyed by others. 7)Sustains independent reading for longer periods

18: 1)Shows an increasing knowledge of print conventions. 2)Associates sounds with letter clusters as well as with individual letters. 3)Accepts miscues as a part of striving to get meaning. 4)Understands the importance of self-monitoring to get meaning. 5)Knows that own real and imaginary experiences can influence the meaning gained from books. 6)Increases sight vocabulary rapidly | The Early Reader Understandings

19: 1)Makes greater use of context for predictions. 2)Makes more accurate predictions. 3)Uses letter-sound relationships as clues to meaning. 4)Selects and integrates appropriate strategies more frequently. 5)Uses illustrations for checking rather than for predicting. 6)Reads on and rereads to regain meaning. 7)Confirms by crosschecking to know items. 8)Chooses to read more frequently. 9)Copes with a greater variety of genres and forms. 10)Copes with more characters, scene changes, and episodes. 11)Builds up space. | The Early reader Skills and behaviours

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