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Lecture 45

PSYC 2250 Lecture 45: Lecture 45

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University of Manitoba
PSYC 2250
Steven Hladkyj

oS82 Phonological awareness ability to hear the distinctive sounds of letters Hearing rhymes Store familiar words and sounds into long term memory Sounding out unfamiliar words Sentences begin simple but become more complex Self monitoring Matching strategies with intent of reading Writing Seeking out additional information to add to writing Organization of content Knowledge Telling Strategy (young writers) writing down information on the topic as they retrieve it from memory Knowledge Transforming Strategy (adolescence) deciding what information to include and how best to organize it for the point they wish to convey to their reader Grammar and structure Revision of work The Application of Numbers Understanding quantity process is probably more perceptual in nature Adding and subtracting Naming number Counting o One to one principle One number name for each object Stableorder principle Number names are counted in the same order Cardinality Principle The last number indicates the number of objects There are no more than 5 objects to count
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