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What is the type of children's book that explores hypernyms and hyponyms?
Baby and toddler picture books
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What are the features of reading for school-age children books?
entertaining, used specifically to aid the formal learning process as they are graded to help children acquire in literacy skills
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What are the 4 stages of Bruner's LASS?
Gaining Attention, Query, Label and Feedback
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What are three of the key features of children's books?
Interaction, suggests values, rhyme and phonological devices, depict characters, spoken language features, proportion of text to picture, semantic fields, rhetorical devices, textual cohesion and varying sentence moods
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What is a graphonic cue?
Shapes of words, relating to familiar graphemes and words to interpret them
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What is the name of the cue that compares to personal experience and pragmatic understanding?
Contextual
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What is the name of the approach to phonics that uses VAK?
Synthetic
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What is the key feature of analytic phonics?
The use of onset and rime
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What is the name of Chall's reading stage that is pretend writing with some letter and word recognition, up to 6 year old?
Pre-reading and pseudo reading
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What are the key features of Chall's Confirmation and Fluency stage?
Reading texts more quickly, accurately and fluently, paying more attention to word meanings
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