English Specialization 007 LET Reviewer

Developmental Reading (English Specialization) LET Reviewer 2019. This review material for 2019 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) covers various topics in Developmental Reading including developmental reading stages, reading readiness factors, and reading skills. Try answering these questions and do further research to verify whether your answers are correct. You may also submit your answers to admin@acadshare.com for further feedback.

Column A| Descriptions and Definitions

  1. It is a comprehensive reading program which consists of several periods or stages.
  2. In developmental reading, these are specific responsibilities that an individual faces at certain stages.
  3. In this developmental reading stage, the learner focuses on the pre-reading skills that are prerequisites to learning to read.
  4. These are reading readiness factors which may include general health, vision, hearing, motor control, speech, ability to attend to a task, and neurological disorders.
  5. This stage of developmental reading focuses on word recognition and comprehension.
  6. The learner, in this stage, is reading to learn, and he is expected to be able to apply the skills he has internalized to content and recreation.
  7. At this stage, the learner has developed a high degree of confidence in the basic reading skills and has become proficient in applying the learned reading skills in tackling his textbooks and his recreational reading materials.
  8. It is defined as the general stage of developmental maturity and preparedness at which a child can learn to read easily and proficiently in a regular classroom setting when exposed to good teaching.
  9. It is a factor affecting reading readiness which requires a child to attend to many required group and individual activities assigned to beginning readers for prolonged period of time.
  10. In developing fluency in the beginning reading stage, it is a type of recognition referring to the child’s ability to recognize immediately and pronounce the words at sight.
  11. It refers to the child’s ability to recognize an unfamiliar word using phonetic analysis.
  12. In the stage of rapid growth and development, this application of reading skills acquired in the beginning reading stage requires teacher’s assistance or guidance.
  13. In this application, the child applies unassisted to textbook or recreational reading materials the reading skills he learned in isolation.
  14. These reading skills include noting and distinguishing specific sounds in the environment, distinguishing similar from dissimilar sounds, etc.
  15. This skill is usually done by asking the children to note the missing parts in pictures, answering who, what, where, and when based on composite pictures, jingles, etc.
  16. In reading skills, these are words used in a sentence which help in understanding the specific meaning of a new unfamiliar word.
  17. It is the process of drawing reasonable conclusions or logical conclusions from facts or bits of evidence.
  18. In contextual cluing, it is the process of analyzing the word parts which helps direct clues to the meaning.
  19. It is the process of grouping similar or related things that may be written around a word which serves as a cover term.
  20. In word associations, this explains or describes the similarity between the relationship of a pair of words and that of another pair.

Column B| Developmental Reading Terms and Concepts

  • Noting Details
  • Reading Readiness Stage
  • Ability to Attend to a Task
  • Clues
  • Developmental Tasks
  • Acquisition of Reading Power
  • Beginning Reading Stage
  • Collocations
  • Instant Recognition
  • Rapid Growth and Development
  • Developmental Reading
  • Clustering
  • Physical Factors
  • Mediated Recognition
  • Auditory Discrimination
  • Analogy
  • Guided Application
  • Independent Application
  • Structural Analysis
  • Inference