Kindergarten word study<br />ANGELA MEYERS<br />EDU 290<br />
PHONETICS<br />Study of speech sounds<br />3 main components<br />Articulation = producing speech using body parts<br />Pe...
PHONEMICS<br />Study how sounds are used<br />Analyze arrangement of sounds<br />Unit of phonemics is called phonemes<br /...
GRAPHO - PHONEMIC<br />AKA: Letter sound or Phonological Awareness<br />Being able to notice syllables<br />Helps focus on...
SEMANTICS<br />Relates to 220 Dolch Basic Words<br />Rules for meaning, content of words & combinations<br />Specific to o...
SYNTAX<br />Rules for word order and relationship<br />Example: The wug was slugged by the wibber<br />Not correct words, ...
BLENDING SOUNDS<br />Each sound has significant meaning<br />Through repeated exposure, vocabulary grows<br />Strategies:<...
WORD LEARNING <br />Can happen as early as 12 months.<br />Understanding meaning and relationship<br />Strategies:<br />Ke...
TYPES OF CUES ( NON-VERBAL VS. VERBAL)<br />Non-Verbal cues are part of childrens language<br />Signs – sign language, hor...
PICTURES AND WORDS<br />Helps children understand objects<br />Using assimilation and accommodation<br />Creates new schem...
PICTURES AND WORDS Pt. 2<br />Assimilating and accommodating are always helping<br />If child assimilate al the time<br />...
PICTURES AND WORDS Pt. 3<br />If children accommodate all the time<br />Too many schemas, too many items<br />Difficulty r...
220 DOLCH BASIC SIGHT WORDS<br />What are 220 Dolch Basic Words?<br />Most frequently found words in books<br />Usually fo...
220 DOLCH BASICSIGHT WORDS<br />Used to estimate reading level<br />How to test them?<br />Have them identify the 220 word...
SCALE OF DOLCH WORDS<br />There are 5 different levels<br />Average words are about 40<br />Kaye Mastin Mallory, “The scal...
Citation Page<br />www.eduplaace.com/rdg/res/teach/rec.html<br />www.zeromillion.com/business/management/non-verbal-commun...
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Kindergarten word study.

  1. 1. Kindergarten word study<br />ANGELA MEYERS<br />EDU 290<br />
  2. 2. PHONETICS<br />Study of speech sounds<br />3 main components<br />Articulation = producing speech using body parts<br />Perception = hearing sounds made, brain analyzes<br />Acoustic = physical characteristics of speech sounds<br />
  3. 3. PHONEMICS<br />Study how sounds are used<br />Analyze arrangement of sounds<br />Unit of phonemics is called phonemes<br />Distinguish 1 word from another<br />Example : Die and Pie.<br />
  4. 4. GRAPHO - PHONEMIC<br />AKA: Letter sound or Phonological Awareness<br />Being able to notice syllables<br />Helps focus on structure of word<br />Child first responds to rhymes<br />
  5. 5. SEMANTICS<br />Relates to 220 Dolch Basic Words<br />Rules for meaning, content of words & combinations<br />Specific to our own vocabulary<br />Used as content, according to language<br />
  6. 6. SYNTAX<br />Rules for word order and relationship<br />Example: The wug was slugged by the wibber<br />Not correct words, but correct order<br />Used as Form, according to language<br />
  7. 7. BLENDING SOUNDS<br />Each sound has significant meaning<br />Through repeated exposure, vocabulary grows<br />Strategies:<br />Context clues<br />Word structure<br />Analogy Clues<br />
  8. 8. WORD LEARNING <br />Can happen as early as 12 months.<br />Understanding meaning and relationship<br />Strategies:<br />Keyword Method<br />Incidental Learning<br />Repeated Exposure<br />Pre-teaching of Vocabulary<br />
  9. 9. TYPES OF CUES ( NON-VERBAL VS. VERBAL)<br />Non-Verbal cues are part of childrens language<br />Signs – sign language, horns, sirens and street signs.<br />Symbolic – piercings, tattoos and religion. <br />Aesthetic – music, dance, painting and sculpture.<br />Physical – facial expressions, body gestures, touch and smell<br />
  10. 10. PICTURES AND WORDS<br />Helps children understand objects<br />Using assimilation and accommodation<br />Creates new schemas<br />Example: Alphabets showing letters, with objects.<br />Jamistallard, “ABC’s”, February 21, 2010 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.<br />
  11. 11. PICTURES AND WORDS Pt. 2<br />Assimilating and accommodating are always helping<br />If child assimilate al the time<br />Few schemas with many items<br />Difficulty recognizing differences<br />Example: all four legged animals = dogs<br />
  12. 12. PICTURES AND WORDS Pt. 3<br />If children accommodate all the time<br />Too many schemas, too many items<br />Difficulty recognizing similarities in each category<br />Example: Comparison between green, yellow, red apples<br />
  13. 13. 220 DOLCH BASIC SIGHT WORDS<br />What are 220 Dolch Basic Words?<br />Most frequently found words in books<br />Usually found in K-2nd Grade books<br />Many cant be sounded out<br />That’s why recognized as sight words<br />
  14. 14. 220 DOLCH BASICSIGHT WORDS<br />Used to estimate reading level<br />How to test them?<br />Have them identify the 220 words<br /># of words recognized base level<br />
  15. 15. SCALE OF DOLCH WORDS<br />There are 5 different levels<br />Average words are about 40<br />Kaye Mastin Mallory, “The scale is as follows” , October 3, 2010 via English_Zone , October 3, 2010 <http://english-zone.com/reading/dolch.html><br />
  16. 16. Citation Page<br />www.eduplaace.com/rdg/res/teach/rec.html<br />www.zeromillion.com/business/management/non-verbal-communication.html<br />www.suite101.com/content/how-to-teach-spelling-vowel-consonant-patterns-a130343<br />www.english-zone.com/reading/dolch.html<br />http://hhes.troup.k12.ga.us/dolch.htm<br />http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theoretical_linguistics<br />

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