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MTLE Elementary Education: Phonics & Fluency - Chapter Summary
This chapter on phonics and fluency examines the ways in which children develop phonological skills and learn to express themselves through speech. On your way to earning a passing score on the MTLE Elementary Education examination, you can discover the process by which verbal sounds become actual language, and gain strategies for teaching text comprehension, fluency and phonics. Utilize this chapter's online text and video lessons for help with:
- Defining and providing examples of phoneme and phonology
- Identifying the stages of phonological development
- Understanding the letter combinations of phonological recoding
- Listing areas of effective reading programs that include phonemic awareness and vocabulary
- Expanding your ability to teach phonics by implementing sound-spelling and dictation techniques
- Exploring the correlation between encoding and decoding
- Understanding instructional strategies that focus on fluency and automaticity
The above information is presented by teaching professionals whose aim is to expand your knowledge of phonics and fluency. Studying the educational lessons is easy with a mobile device or other Web-connected technology. Move around the lessons with the video tags, which you'll locate under the timeline link. Each lesson concludes with a short multiple-choice quiz that will test your knowledge. Being able to ace these quizzes will let you know if you're ready to take on similar questions on the MTLE Elementary Education examination.
MTLE Elementary Education: Phonics & Fluency Chapter Objectives
Delivered via the computer, the MTLE Elementary Education examination is divided into three separate subtests. All of them have a one-hour completion time and 50 multiple-choice questions each. Worth 78% of the score in subtest I, the Reading subarea contains questions on phonemic and phonological awareness. Utilize the information and strategies you've accumulated in this chapter when you reach this section of the examination as you go in pursuit of an elementary teaching certification.
1. Development of Phonological and Phonemic Awareness Skills
Students learning to read need to be aware of sounds in speech. This lesson outlines these phonemic awareness skills and details age ranges for their development.
2. Instructional Strategies for Phonological Awareness
Phonological awareness is an important skill to learn young. This lesson will define this skill and show how to apply instructional strategies. We'll also highlight a few assessment techniques for phonological awareness skills.
3. Evidence-Based Instruction for Phonemic Awareness
Phonemic awareness is an essential skill for early reading development. This lesson defines phonemic awareness and focuses on effective programs and instruction.
4. Assessment Techniques for Phonemic Awareness
In this lesson, we will learn about some assessment tools for monitoring the development of phonemic awareness in Kindergarten through the second grade.
5. Teaching Phonics: Sound-Spelling, Blending & Dictation
For many children, phonics instruction is the root of learning to read. In this lesson, you will discover the importance of sound-spelling, blending, and dictation in phonics instruction.
6. Strategies for Teaching Automaticity & Fluency
Learn why fluency is important to reading comprehension and what strategies the experts recommend to improve a reader's accuracy, speed, and rhythm. You'll find out the basics of repeated reading and other techniques for teaching fluency.
7. Techniques for Assessing Student Fluency
Fluency is an important component of reading, and to teach it properly, we need to know how to assess it. This lesson gives you strategies for assessing the components of fluency.
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Other chapters within the MTLE Elementary Education: Practice & Study Guide course
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- MTLE Elementary Education: Print Awareness
- MTLE Elementary Education: Vocabulary
- MTLE Elementary Education: Reading Comprehension
- MTLE Elementary Education: Literature & Analysis
- MTLE Elementary Education: Language Conventions
- MTLE Elementary Education: ELL Reading Instruction
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- MTLE Elementary Education: Patterns & Functions
- MTLE Elementary Education: Geometry & Measurement
- MTLE Elementary Education: Data Analysis
- MTLE Elementary Education: Mathematical Reasoning & Processes
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- MTLE Elementary Education: Fine Arts
- MTLE Elementary Education: Scientific Inquiry
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- MTLE Elementary Education: Life Science
- MTLE Elementary Education: Earth & Space Science
- MTLE Elementary Education: Social Studies Skills
- MTLE Elementary Education: Early Civilizations
- MTLE Elementary Education: Settling North America
- MTLE Elementary Education: The Revolutionary War
- MTLE Elementary Education: Westward Expansion
- MTLE Elementary Education: The American Civil War
- MTLE Elementary Education: The Industrial Revolution
- MTLE Elementary Education: 20th Century to Today
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