English Language - CLA Reading and Writing

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What stage of writing is characterised by the child using scribbles as an attempt to write?
The Drawing Stage
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When the child is trying to formulate letters, what is it called?
Letter-like forms
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The name for the stage whereby the child tries to mimic adult like forms?
Copied Letters
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How many stages are in Kroll's Stages of Development (KSD)?
Four
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What is stage 1 of KSD?
Preparatary - mastering basic motor skills needed to write and learning basic spelling principles
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What is stage 2 of KSD?
Consolidation - Child writes in the same way it speaks using short declarative sentences
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What is stage 3 of KSD?
Differentiation - Difference between speech and writing. Recognises different writing styles
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What is stage 4 of KSD?
Integration - Child develops a personal style and can comprehend changing styles to suit audience/purpose
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What are Rothery's four categories for evaluating children's writing?
Observation/Recount/Report/Narrative
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Rothery: What comes under the observation category?
The writer makes an observation and then an evaluative comment
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Rothery: What comes under the recount category?
A chronological sequence of events, a recount or retelling
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Rothery: What comes under the report category?
A factual and objective description of events or things
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Rothery: What comes under the narrative category?
A story genre where the scene is set for events to occur and be resolved at the end
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Describe the spelling error insertion
Adding extra letters
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Describe the spelling error omission
Leaving out letters
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Describe the spelling error substitution
Replacing one letter with another
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Describe the spelling error transposition
Reversing the correct order of letters in words
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Describe the spelling error phonetic spelling?
Using sounds to guess letters and combinations of letters
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Describe the spelling error Over/Undergeneralisation?
Applying a rule when not appropriate or only applying a rule to a specific thing
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State Bruner's four stages
Attention/Query/Label/Feedback
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What are the two methods used to teach children to read in school?
Look and say and Phonics
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What is the look and say method?
Learning to recognise whole words or sentences
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What is the phonics method?
Learning different sounds made by different letters and putting them all together
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What is analytic phonics?
Breaking down whole words into phonemes and graphemes
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What is synthetic phonics?
Remebering 44 phonemes and their related graphemes
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Chall's Stages: Pre Reading - What key characteristics are there?
UP TO SIX The child pretends to read and recognises some letters and words
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Chall's Stages: Initial Reading - What key characteristics are there?
SIX TO SEVEN Reading simple texts containing high frequency lexis
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Chall's Stages: Confirmation - What key characteristics are there?
SEVEN TO EIGHT Reading texts more quickly, accurately and fluently
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Chall's Stages: Reading for learning - What key characteristics are there?
NINE TO FOURTEEN Reading for knowledge and information becomes the motivation
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Chall's Stages: Multiplicty and complexity - What key characteristics are there?
FOURTEEN TO SEVENTEEN Responding critically to what they read and analysing texts
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Chall's Stages: Construction and reconstruction - What key characteristics are there?
EIGHTEEN PLUS Reading selectively and formin opinions about what they have read
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