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Notes, January 29th

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Department
Elementary Education
Course Code
EDEE 260
Professor
Paul Kettner

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“It is estimated that 80% of the children who are identified as learning disabled have, as  their predominant characteristic, a serious problem learning to read. However, there is an  impressive growing body of evidence showing that many of these problems, which all too  frequently become permanent, or preventable.” Early reading: ­ early reading and repetition of predictable books ­ Shared reading­ big books, charts, morning message, poems, puppets, small­group  read. ­ Using students’ names/routines, classroom space­ word wall, environmental print ­ Connecting learning to real situations Alphabetical knowledge: the ability to distinguish and identify the letters of the alphabet  and associate letters with their sounds. Phonological knowledge: learning the code­ an a
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