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Correcting Basic Reading Subskills Deficit: VOCABULARY, SYNT

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Transcript of Correcting Basic Reading Subskills Deficit: VOCABULARY, SYNT

Notes:
People who do not know the meanings of words are most probably poor readers.
Reading depends largely on word-meaning knowledge.
Readers create images and pictures based on their word knowledge.
Words evoke feelings, images, attitudes and ideas.

VOCABULARY INSTRUCTION

Important words
Useful words
Difficult words

VOCABULARY ACQUISITION

LEVELS OF KNOWLEDGE OF WORD MEANING
No knowledge
General information level
Narrow recognition
Need to hesitate to remember a meaning
Easy recognition and full knowledge

REMEDIAL VOCABULARY INSTRUCTION
Considerations in Remedial Vocabulary Instruction
Correcting Basic Reading Subskills Deficit:
Imagine a World Without Words…What Would the World Be Like?What Would There Be?
There Would Be…
Misunderstanding
Chaos
No social interaction
Unorganized society
No global peace and harmony
Isolation


Now, how important are words to you?
Unlocking of Difficulties:
Vocabulary -
the sets of words that we understand through reading and listening, and sets of words that we use through speaking and writing.

Read the following statement and ask yourself if you understand the sentence. If you don’t, ask yourself why.
A single lexical item has many concepts attached to it and therefore can be conjugated further as to their focus.
A reader who knows the meaning of lexical item, concepts, conjugated will most likely be able to understand the sentence, but a reader who doesn’t know these words will most likely have difficulty understanding it.

“The limits of my language means the limits of my world.”
-Ludwig Wittgenstein
Don’t limit your language. Don’t limit your world. Discover more words to discover more worlds.
A set of words used in a language, book, content area, or by an author and words known to an individual.

Authors utilize words
to convey their thoughts via TEXT.
Students learn the meanings of most words indirectly.

Syntax -–
the way in which words are put together to form phrases, clause or sentences.

Integration
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Establishing ties between the meaning of a new word and the student’s existing knowledge.

Repetition
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Provisions for practice distributed over time, as well as opportunities for frequent encounters with the word in similar and differing contexts.


- Social situations conductive to using new words in interactions with others, thus, mentally referencing new words in listening, reading, writing, and speaking.


- Maintaining an awareness of new words outside the classroom.
Grammatical development carries on throughout childhood, and we never stop learning new words.

- Trevor A. Harley 

VOCABULARY IS
INITIALLY ACQUIRED IN FOUR WAYS:
Incidentally
Through direct instruction
Through self instruction
Through mental manipulation

ORAL VOCABULARY
refers to words that we use in speaking or recognize in listening.
READING VOCABULARY
refers to words we recognize or use in print.
VOCABULARY, SYNTAX, and SEMANTICS
Disposition
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Opening the student’s mind and will to engage new words.

FIVE PHASES
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Self- Instruction
Interaction and Meaningful Use
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