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Reading Jeopardy

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A Reading Jeopardy game created to help teachers think about the reading process and become better acquainted with the strategies and terms associated with it.

A Reading Jeopardy game created to help teachers think about the reading process and become better acquainted with the strategies and terms associated with it.

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  • 1. Reading Jeopardy By Brian Satern
  • 2. How to Play • Click on the number you’d like to select • Once you have an answer, click on the question • Once you’ve seen the answer, click on it to go back to the game board • Go to REFLECTIONS once you’ve answered all other questions • In REFLECTIONS, click on links to go to websites that will give more information on specific topics
  • 3. Reading Jeopardy Phonics Vocabulary Fluency Comprehension Reflections (Final Jeopardy) 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
  • 4. Reflections 500 • What are some strategies that you are now using or plan on using to help your students become more proficient readers? http://www.literacy.uconn.edu/compre.htm http://www.readingrockets.org/ http://www.readwritethink.org/ http://www.literacymatters.org/content/readandwrite/reading.htm
  • 5. Reflections 400 • What kind of strategies can you use to help students with learning disorders become better readers? http://www.ldonline.org/indepth/reading http://learningdisabilities.about.com/od/learningdisabilitybasics/p/rdgcomprhnsn.htm http://www.ldanatl.org/aboutld/teachers/index.asp http://math-and-reading-help-for- kids.org/article_directory/Learning_Disabilities_and_Problems.html
  • 6. Reflections 300 • What kind of strategies can you use to help ELL students become better readers? http://www.colorincolorado.org/educators/content/comprehension http://esl.fis.edu/teachers/support/commun.htm http://www.eslgold.com/reading.html http://a4esl.org/
  • 7. Reflections 100 • What did you learn during the game?
  • 8. Reflections 200 • How did you learn to read?
  • 9. Comprehension 500 • The process of talking about your thought process while reading to students
  • 10. Comprehension 500 Question •What is Thinking Aloud
  • 11. Comprehension 300 • The process of drawing a conclusion by applying rules (of logic, statistics etc.) to observations
  • 12. Comprehension 300 Question •What is Inference
  • 13. Comprehension 400 • Putting events in order to help with comprehension
  • 14. Comprehension 400 Question •What is Sequencing
  • 15. Comprehension 200 • A combination of a learner’s preexisting attitudes, experience, and knowledge
  • 16. Comprehension 200 Question •What is Prior Knowledge
  • 17. Comprehension 100 • Oregon’s educational assessment system
  • 18. Comprehension 100 Question •What is OAKS
  • 19. Fluency 500 • Types of instruction that help students improve fluency
  • 20. Fluency 500 Question • What are Selecting Appropriate Text, Modeling, Thinking Out Loud, and Repeated Reading
  • 21. Fluency 400 • The ability to interpret cues such as punctuation, italics, and boldface words with appropriate pauses, stops, intonation, and pitch variation
  • 22. Fluency 400 Question •What is Prosody
  • 23. Fluency 300 • Fluent readers at the middle school level read at _______ to 160 words per minute
  • 24. Fluency 300 Question •What is 100
  • 25. Fluency 200 • The result of when words are recognized immediately, without having to decode sounds or syllables
  • 26. Fluency 200 Question •What is Automaticity
  • 27. Fluency 100 • The speed of reading
  • 28. Fluency 100 Question •What is Rate
  • 29. Vocabulary 500 • A storage place for learners to keep written words that they have learned so that they can refer to them as needed
  • 30. Vocabulary 500 Question •What is a Word Bank
  • 31. Vocabulary 400 • The process involved in understanding the letters, sounds, roots, and overall makeup of words
  • 32. Vocabulary 400 Question •What is Word Analysis
  • 33. Vocabulary 300 • The ability to correctly decipher a particular word out of a group of letters
  • 34. Vocabulary 300 Question •What is Word Identification
  • 35. Vocabulary 200 • Collection of words that someone understands
  • 36. Vocabulary 200 Question •What is Aural Vocabulary
  • 37. Vocabulary 100 • Collection of words that someone can speak
  • 38. Vocabulary 100 Question •What is Oral Vocabulary
  • 39. Phonics 500 • Refers to the sound relationship between the orthography (symbols) and phonology (sounds) of a language
  • 40. Phonics 500 Question •What is Graphophonemic
  • 41. Phonics 400 • The knowledge that oral language has sound structure that is separate from meaning
  • 42. Phonics 400 Question •What is Phonological Awareness
  • 43. Phonics 300 • The smallest functional unit of speech
  • 44. Phonics 300 Question •What is a Phoneme
  • 45. Phonics 100 • The term for the three major systems used for decoding printed sentences
  • 46. Phonics 100 Question •What are Cueing Systems
  • 47. Phonics 200 • The various skills a person uses to decipher a printed sentence into an understandable statement
  • 48. Phonics 200 Question •What is Decoding

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