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The Reading Process. Overview of Session. Components of Reading Instruction Arch ( Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009 ). Assessment. Paragon-lead.com. Travelblog.org. Resources for Instruction. Phonological Awareness. Strategies for Comprehension. trendsupdates.com.

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Overview of session
Overview of Session

Components of Reading Instruction Arch

(Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009)

Assessment

Paragon-lead.com

Travelblog.org

Resources for Instruction

Phonological Awareness

Strategies for Comprehension

trendsupdates.com

SEP Outcomes

web.pacific.edu

Phonics

Highlands.k12.fl.us

Letter Recognition

Educatorsbookbag.com

doap.wordpress.com


Students need to be involved in authentic reading, writing, speaking and listening tasks to develop as readers, writers and oral communicators.


Components of reading instruction arch
Components of Reading Instruction Arch

Reading

Decoding

- Fluency -

Comprehension

High-Frequency Words

Strategies for Comprehending Text

Phonics

Letter Recognition

#1

Vocabulary

Phonological Awareness

#2

Oral Language

(Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009)


Components of reading instruction arch decoding
Components of Reading Instruction Arch- Decoding

Phonics – Letter-Sound Relationships

  • linking letter symbols with sounds

  • blending these sounds to form words

Phonics

Larger groupings of letters

Regular connections

Blends

Diagraphs

Vowel Combinations

Assessment – pages 29 - 36


Components of Reading Instruction Arch - Decoding

  • Letter Recognition - #1:

  • - distinguishing features

  • - purposes (upper-and lowercase)

  • (Fountas and Pinnell, When Reades Struggle, 2009)

  • Assessment – pages 5-7


Components of reading instruction arch decoding1
Components of Reading Instruction Arch - Decoding

Phonological Awareness

Assessment – pages 8-20

  • Sounds in language

rhyming

Blend

/c/-/a/-/t/ = cat

Segment

Cat = /c/-/a/-/t/

Manipulate

Cat - /m/ - mat

  • Sentences

  • Word Parts (compound words/syllables

  • Word Bases (onset/rime)

  • Phonemes (smallest unit of sound)

  • Word Parts (compound words/syllables)

  • Word Bases (onset/rime)

  • Phonemes (smallest unit of sound)


Components of Reading Instruction Arch - Decoding

Two other pieces to consider:

  • Alphabet Principal – pages 21-23

  • High-frequency words – can use the Dolch word list – see word list


Overview of session1
Overview of Session

Components of Reading Instruction Arch

(Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009)

Assessment

Paragon-lead.com

Travelblog.org

Resources for Instruction

Phonological Awareness

Strategies for Comprehension

trendsupdates.com

web.pacific.edu

Phonics

Highlands.k12.fl.us

SEP Outcomes

Letter Recognition

Educatorsbookbag.com

doap.wordpress.com


Components of Reading Instruction Arch - Comprehension

Vocabulary:

  • Understanding the meaning of words

  • Using them flexibly and with precision to help make sense of the text

    Assessment - pages 24-28


Components of Reading Instruction Arch - Comprehension

Three Levels of Comprehension: CAMET

  • Literal – page 9

  • Inferential/Interpretive – page 10

  • Personal/Critical/Evaluative – page 10


Components of Reading Instruction Arch - Comprehension

  • Levels of

  • Comprehension

  • Literal – 1st

  • Interpretative– 2nd

  • Inferential – 2nd

  • Personal – 3rd

  • Critical/evaluative – 3rd

  • All three

  • All three

  • Metacognition – GCO 4

Comprehension

Strategies

  • Determining Importance

  • Visualizing

  • Inferring

  • Making Connections

  • Critiquing/Evaluating

  • Asking Questions

  • Retelling, Summarizing, Synthesizing

  • Self-Monitoring

Assessment – ACRA and OCA


Components of reading instruction arch1
Components of Reading Instruction Arch

Reading

Decoding

- Fluency -

Comprehension

High-Frequency Words

Strategies for Comprehending Text

Phonics

Letter Recognition

#1

Vocabulary

Phonological Awareness

#2

Oral Language

(Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009)


Components of reading instruction arch2
Components of Reading Instruction Arch

Fluency:

  • How quickly and accurately a text is read with proper expression

  • Links word recognition and comprehension

  • Running Records help determine this


Essential components of reading
Essential Components of Reading

Phonemic Awareness

Letter Recognition

Phonics

High-frequency Words

Identifying words accurately

Identifying words quickly and reading with expression

Fluency

Constructing meaning once words are identified

Vocabulary

Comprehension Strategies


Selecting the most effective instructional practices and interventions for students requires educators to be knowledgeable about what works – what students need to be able to do in each essential component of reading so they can become proficient readers.

Dawn Reithaug, 2009


Three possible scenarios
Three Possible Scenarios: interventions for students requires educators to be

Scenario 1

Difficulty with decoding but strong oral vocabularies and oral language

Dawn Reithaug, 2009


Components of reading instruction arch3
Components of Reading Instruction Arch interventions for students requires educators to be

Reading

Decoding

- Fluency -

Comprehension

High-Frequency Words

Strategies for Comprehending Text

Phonics

Letter Recognition

#1

Vocabulary

Phonological Awareness

#2

Oral Language

(Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009)


Scenario 2
Scenario 2 interventions for students requires educators to be

Able to decode but have difficulty comprehending grade level text:

a. low vocabulary

b. inadequate strategies for

comprehending text

Dawn Reithaug, 2009


Components of reading instruction arch4
Components of Reading Instruction Arch interventions for students requires educators to be

Reading

Decoding

- Fluency -

Comprehension

High-Frequency Words

Strategies for Comprehending Text

Phonics

Letter Recognition

#1

Vocabulary

Phonological Awareness

#2

Oral Language

(Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009)


Scenario 3
Scenario 3 interventions for students requires educators to be

Difficulty with decoding and comprehension

Dawn Reithaug, 2009


Components of reading instruction arch5
Components of Reading Instruction Arch interventions for students requires educators to be

Reading

Decoding

- Fluency -

Comprehension

High-Frequency Words

Strategies for Comprehending Text

Phonics

Letter Recognition

#1

Vocabulary

Phonological Awareness

#2

Oral Language

(Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009)


It is very important for educators to know interventions for students requires educators to be what scenario fits with certain students so time is not wasted on teaching skills and strategies students already know. Getting the right fit starts with assessing students in some or all of the components of reading to find out what instructional practices or interventions each student needs.

Dawn Reithaug, 2009


Four types of assessment
Four Types of Assessment interventions for students requires educators to be

  • Screening – all students – teacher

  • Diagnostic– specific students – R&M

  • Progress Monitoring – all students – teacher and/or R&M

  • Outcome – all students – teacher and/or R&M


Overview of session2
Overview of Session interventions for students requires educators to be

Components of Reading Instruction Arch

(Dawn Reithaug, 2002, adapted by Julie Acott, 2009)

Assessment

Paragon-lead.com

Travelblog.org

Resources for Instruction

Phonological Awareness

Strategies for Comprehension

trendsupdates.com

SEP Outcomes

web.pacific.edu

Phonics

Highlands.k12.fl.us

Letter Recognition

Educatorsbookbag.com

doap.wordpress.com


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