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The
Components of
the Reading
Process
Components of
Reading Process
Vocabulary
Comprehension
Oral Reading
Fluency
Reading
Attitude/
Motivation
Phonological
Awar...
The knowledge of word and word meaning.
Vocabulary
2 Types of Vocabulary
Receptive
Expressive
Receptive Vocabulary
---Includes the words that one takes in when listening
and reading.
Expressive Vocabulary
---Is comp...
It is defined as the level of understanding of a text/message. This
understanding comes from the interaction between the w...
 The ability to read aloud with expression to
demonstrate an understanding of the author’s message
(Department of Educati...
 The attitude one has toward reading.
Reading Attitude/Motivation
 The ability to work around sound units that comprise
or make up a word.
Phonological Awareness
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Components of reading process

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Components of reading process

  1. 1. The Components of the Reading Process
  2. 2. Components of Reading Process Vocabulary Comprehension Oral Reading Fluency Reading Attitude/ Motivation Phonological Awareness
  3. 3. The knowledge of word and word meaning. Vocabulary 2 Types of Vocabulary Receptive Expressive
  4. 4. Receptive Vocabulary ---Includes the words that one takes in when listening and reading. Expressive Vocabulary ---Is composed of the words one uses when speaking and writing.
  5. 5. It is defined as the level of understanding of a text/message. This understanding comes from the interaction between the words that are written and how they trigger knowledge outside the text/message. Comprehension
  6. 6.  The ability to read aloud with expression to demonstrate an understanding of the author’s message (Department of Education and Training in Western Australia 2004). Oral Reading Fluency 3 Key Components of Oral Reading Fluency (McKenna and Stahl (2009)) Accurate Word Recognition Automaticity Appropriate Rhythm and Intonation of Speech
  7. 7.  The attitude one has toward reading. Reading Attitude/Motivation
  8. 8.  The ability to work around sound units that comprise or make up a word. Phonological Awareness
  9. 9. The End

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