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Instructional process by which students learn to instantly recognize words Usually refers to just the end product— _________ _______ _____________. Lists Sentences Passages. Sight-Word Reading . Gradual Process. Teacher Directed Sounding Out. Sounding out to a Teacher Signal.

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sight word reading
Instructional process by which students learn to instantly recognize words

Usually refers to just the end product—

_________ _______

_____________

Lists

Sentences

Passages

Sight-Word Reading
gradual process
Gradual Process

Teacher Directed Sounding Out

Sounding out to a Teacher Signal

Sounding out covertly (to self) and then saying aloud at normal rate

Rapid recognition of the whole word; simultaneous pronunciation

sight reading in lists
Sight-Reading in Lists
  • Introductory format
    • Model how to sound out words subvocally, then say word at the normal rate
    • Text, page 86
  • _____________________
    • Students sound out words to themselves (touch each letter) and then say the word fast in unison when signal is given
    • Read list 2 times
      • Goal of 1st read: _ seconds
      • Goal of 2nd read: _ seconds
sight reading in lists4
Sight-Reading in Lists
  • Critical Behaviors
    • Extra practice (more than 3 seconds)
    • _________________________________________________
  • Signals
    • Point to left of word, out-in motion
    • Watch students
  • _________________________
    • Pacing
    • “I’m going to see if I can trick you”
  • __________________________________
    • Limited model, students sound out word, repeat list
  • Selection
    • Mastered letter-sound correspondences
    • ________________________________
    • 1/3 to 1/2 list should be of a new type
passage reading
Passage Reading
  • Read stories, saying words at a normal rate rather than sounding out
  • Prerequisite: able to read each word in list with nor more than a 3-sec. Pause for each word on the 1st reading
  • Introductory-sound out a passage then sight-read 1 or 2 sentences in passage (in unison)
introducing passage reading critical behaviors
Introducing Passage Reading: Critical Behaviors
  • _________________
    • Auditory signal (Do not want students looking at the teacher for signal)
    • “Get read” – pause (consistent /1 sec.) - clap
  • ________________
    • Listen to students’ response, make sure students point to each word, check lips and eyes
  • Pacing
    • Immediately after read word correctly “Next word”
    • Acceptable rate for sounding out words in a passage is ______ sec. For each sound and no more than ____ sec. Between time students finish sounding out 1 word and begin the next
sight word passage reading procedure
Sight-Word Passage Reading Procedure
  • ______________________________________________________________
  • Teacher writes on board any words that students missed during passage reading and conducts a sight-word-list reading exercise
  • Teacher calls on students to read individually a sentence at a time
practicing sight word passage reading critical behaviors
Practicing Sight-Word Passage Reading: Critical Behaviors
  • Comprehension
    • Literal and _____________ questions
  • Adequate Practice
    • _______________________________
    • ______________________________
  • Motivation
    • Challenges & Rewards
  • Signaling and Pacing in Individual Turns
    • All point to words
    • ___________________________
    • Stop at periods, question marks, exclamation marks
    • ____________________________
  • Correcting errors
    • Misread: 1) Stop 2) Instruct to sound out word and say at normal rate 3) Reread starting at beginning of sentence
    • Signal
rate and accuracy
Rate and Accuracy
  • Weekly assessments on entire passage
    • Begin when passages are 40 words in length
    • Motivation (nor more than 3 errors, 2 minutes = 2 stars, try again = 1 star)
    • Chart: page 95 (time and words missed)
error patterns
Error Patterns

Teacher vs. Student Error

  • _____________ Correspondence: mispronounce same letter in several words
  • Word-Type: misses words of a particular type (e.g., CCVC)
  • Fluency Errors: ______________________
  • Random Guessing: more than ___% of words and errors are not of a specific type or pattern