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Five Pillars of Reading Instruction & the Eight Components of Language Arts

CI 447 Review of 5 pillars of reading and 8 components of language arts.
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Michele Goodson

on 15 January 2013

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Transcript of Five Pillars of Reading Instruction & the Eight Components of Language Arts

an overview Five Pillars of Reading
& Eight Components of LA Component of Language Arts Repeat after me: Hello, my name is (state your name) and I am aware of my phonemes. Phonemic Awareness It's time to attack those words! Phonics Prosody
Reading like an actor. Fluency reading, writing, listening, speaking, spelling, grammar, drama (poetry, etc.), handwriting Vocabulary Words are brilliant! They usually tell us what they mean. Think about the purpose of your vocabulary. Comprehension "Yo prometo lealtad a la bandera de los estados Unidos de America, y a la Republica que representa, una Nacion bajo Dios, entera, con libertad y justicia para todos." I know to say "b" and NOT "buh."
"d" and NOT "duh" (unless on purpose). Some Examples:

vertical/horizontal (please, no hotdogs and hamburgers unless they are used as a visual support and do NOT replace the true vocabulary)
parliament
pedal
perimeter Listening & Speaking Guiding Questions
Cues
Accountable Talk
Presentations
Grammar Drama & Poetry Opportunities to learn at the highest levels:
Read a drama?
Why not write a drama?!?!
Read poetry, live it, experience it . . .
Then, write your own Reading, Spelling, Writing, Grammar Segmented instruction leads to a break in the links. How well do I know what I am teaching?
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