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Ch 10: OAE Reading: Emergent Literacy

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Use the video lessons and quizzes offered in this chapter to refresh your knowledge of emergent literacy. Review the phases of emergent literacy and how to support it to prepare for the OAE Reading exam.

OAE Reading: Emergent Literacy - Chapter Summary

Watch our informative video lessons within the chapter to review emergent literacy topics like using written language and read alouds to support language development. You'll prepare for the OAE Reading exam with lessons covering the following:

  • Supporting emergent literacy
  • Alphabetic principle
  • Letter identification
  • Phases of emergent literacy
  • Activities and resources that support emergent literacy

Depending on your learning style, you have the option to watch the video lessons, read the lesson transcripts or use both. You will also have the chance to practice test-taking skills by using the lesson quizzes to test yourself on OAE Reading exam topics. All of the provided resources will give you the confidence you need to pass your OAE Reading exam.

7 Lessons in Chapter 10: OAE Reading: Emergent Literacy
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The Alphabetic Principle & Learning to Read

1. The Alphabetic Principle & Learning to Read

Learning to read can often be a complex process for children, especially bilingual and other language learners. How does the alphabetic principle come into play? This lesson will explain how all children use the principle to develop reading.

Teaching Letter Identification to Students

2. Teaching Letter Identification to Students

One important step in learning to read and write is learning letter names. How do teachers instruct letter identification? This lesson will describe where this skill fits into reading instruction, how to teach it, and why it matters.

Phases of Emergent Literacy

3. Phases of Emergent Literacy

Teachers who work with young children can be more effective if they understand how emergent literacy works. This lesson will acquaint you with the phases of emergent literacy.

Activities to Promote Emergent Literacy

4. Activities to Promote Emergent Literacy

Emergent readers and writers are exciting to work with! This lesson will give you some ideas about what activities best promote emergent literacy. You will learn about activities for promoting oral language as well as reading and writing.

How Read Alouds Support Emergent Literacy

5. How Read Alouds Support Emergent Literacy

There are so many different reasons to read aloud to children of all ages. In this lesson, you will begin to understand how reading to younger children helps support their emergent literacy and put them on the path to being lifelong readers.

Resources to Support Emergent Literacy in the Classroom

6. Resources to Support Emergent Literacy in the Classroom

When teaching young children to read, educators need to have a tool bag bursting at the seams. What types of resources can be used to help emergent readers, and what does that look like in a classroom? Read on for details.

Using Written Language to Promote Emergent Literacy Development

7. Using Written Language to Promote Emergent Literacy Development

The more exposure young children have to written language, the better accustomed they'll become to the relationship between the written word and spoken language. In this lesson, we'll look at classroom activities that use written language to support emergent literacy development.

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