Developing Readers

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Developing Readers by Mind Map: Developing Readers

1. Teaching

1.1. Word Knowledge

1.1.1. Logographic Reading

1.1.2. Transitional Alphabet

1.1.3. Alphabetic Reading

1.1.4. Orthographic Reading

1.2. Phonics

1.2.1. Builds on Known

1.2.2. Builds Phonemic Awareness

1.2.3. Clear and Direct

1.2.4. Integrat into total reading program

1.2.5. Focus on reading works

1.2.6. Onsets and Rimes

1.2.7. Invented Spelling

1.2.8. Categorization Practice

1.2.9. Internal structure of word

1.2.10. "Unlock" unfamiliar words

1.3. Word Study

1.3.1. More advanced levels

1.3.2. Phonogram Patterns

1.3.2.1. Words hunts

1.3.2.2. Word Family Walls

1.3.2.3. Word Family Dictionaries

1.3.2.4. Spelling

1.3.2.5. Word Games

1.3.3. Grammatical and Derivational Affixes

1.3.3.1. Words Building

1.3.4. Compound Words

1.3.5. Homophones and Homographs

1.3.6. Etymologies

1.4. Sight Vocabulary

1.4.1. Dictated Stories

1.4.2. Echo Reading

1.4.3. Coral Reading

1.5. Word Analysis Strategies

1.5.1. Context Clues

1.5.2. Word Attack

1.5.2.1. Decide word importance

1.5.2.2. Reread important sentence or paragraph

1.5.2.3. Use prefixes, suffixes or base words

1.5.2.4. Phonics

1.5.2.5. Use dictionary or ask for help

1.5.2.6. Reread for to check if make sense

2. Assessment

2.1. Assess fluency

2.2. Develop reading fluency

2.3. Model fluency through oral reading

2.4. Provide Oral support

2.4.1. Choral reading

2.4.2. Paired reading

2.4.3. recorded text

2.5. Provide practice in Oral reading

2.5.1. repeated reading

2.5.2. predictable books

2.5.3. easy readers

2.5.4. high-interest/low reading-level books

3. Developing Vocabulary

3.1. Approaches to Teaching Vocabulary

3.1.1. Word Conversations (K-1)

3.1.2. Semantic Map (2+)

3.1.3. Webbed Questions (2+)

3.1.4. Concept Ladder (2+)

3.1.5. Semantic Feature Analysis (2+)

3.1.6. M-Charts (2+)

3.2. Levels of Vocabulary Knowledge

3.2.1. Tier One Words

3.2.1.1. Child's spoken vocabulary

3.2.2. Tier Two Words

3.2.2.1. teachable vocabulary

3.2.3. Tier Three Words

3.2.3.1. highly specialized

3.3. Context Clues

3.3.1. Definitions and Explanations

3.3.2. Restating the Term

3.3.3. Providing Antonyms

3.3.4. Provide Examples