Online Talking Books II

Reading with the Computer!



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Gayle Cantrell
Diana Dell


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Cantrell, Gayle. Smiles for you. Paint. 2005.


Curriculum Snapshot:
Topic:Online Talking Books
Themes: Special Reading Needs
Teaching Phonics
Curriculum Areas:Reading
Grade Level(s):Pre-K, K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Missouri Content Standards
Communication Arts-ELA (2003)
Grade 1
I. Reading
CA-1.I.1. Develop and apply skills and strategies to the reading process
CA-1.I.1A. Demonstrate concepts of print
-upper- and lower-case letters
-first and last letters in words
-spaces between words
-letter and word order
-punctuation has meaning
CA-1.I.1.B. Demonstrate ability to hear and say separate sounds in words
-separate and say sounds in words
-blend sounds to form words
-replace beginning and ending sounds to form new words
CA-1.I.1.D. Read grade-level instructional text
-by developing automaticity of an increasing core of high-frequency words
-with appropriate phrasing and expression
CA-1.I.1.E. Develop vocabulary through text, using
-base words
-classroom resources
CA-1.I.1.F. Develop and apply, with assistance, pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension
-access prior knowledge
-preview
-predict with evidence
-set a purpose for reading, with assistance
III. Listening and Speaking
CA-1.III.1. Develop and apply effective listening skills and strategies
CA-1.III.1.A. Listen
-for enjoyment
-for information
-for simple directions to follow
CA-1.III.1.B. Demonstrate listening behaviors (e.g., prepares to listen, listens without interruptions, maintains eye contact) with teacher assistance
Grade 2
I. Reading
CA-2.I.1. Develop and apply skills and strategies to the reading process
CA-2.I.1.A. Develop and apply decoding strategies to problem-solve unknown words when reading
CA-2.I.1.B. Read grade-level instructional text with fluency, accuracy and expression
CA-2.I.1.D. Develop and apply pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension
-access prior knowledge
-preview
-predict and confirm or reject
-set a purpose for reading
CA-2.I.1.E. During reading, develop and utilize strategies to
-self-question and correct
-infer
-predict and check using cueing systems> meaning> structure> visual
CA-2.I.1.F. Apply post-reading skills to identify the main idea and supporting details
-question to clarify
-reflect
-analyze
-draw conclusions
-summarize
-paraphrase
CA-2.I.3. Develop and apply skills and strategies to comprehend, analyze and evaluate nonfiction (such as biographies, newspapers, technical manuals) from a variety of cultures and times
CA-2.I.3.A. Locate and interpret information in illustrations, title, headings, captions, diagrams, charts and graphs
CA-2.I.3.B. Identify and explain author's use of rhythm, rhyme and alliteration in nonfiction text
III. Listening and Speaking
CA-2.III.1. Develop and apply effective listening skills and strategies
CA-2.III.1.A. Listen
-for enjoyment
-for information
-to solve problems
-for directions to complete a simple task
Grade 3
I. Reading
CA-3.I.1. Develop and apply skills and strategies to the reading process
CA-3.I.1.A. Apply decoding strategies to independently problem-solve unknown words when reading
CA-3.I.1.B. Read grade-level instructional text
-with fluency, accuracy and expression
-adjusting reading rate to difficulty and type of text
CA-3.I.1.D. Apply pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension
-access prior knowledge
-preview
-predict
-set a purpose for reading
CA-3.I.1.E. During reading, utilize strategies to
-self-question and correct
-infer
-visualize
-predict and check using cueing systems>meaning>structure>visual
CA-3.I.1.F. Apply post-reading skills to identify and explain the relationship between the main idea and supporting details
-question to clarify
-reflect
-analyze
-draw conclusions
-summarize
-paraphrase
II. Writing
CA-3.II.1.A. Apply a writing process in composing text
CA-3.II.1.A. Follow a writing process to
-independently use a simple graphic organizer in pre-writing
-generate a draft
-routinely reread and revise work
-routinely edit and proofread for capitalization and ending punctuation
-independently publish writing
III. Listening and Speaking
CA-3.III.1. Develop and apply effective listening skills and strategies
CA-3.III.1.A. Listen
-for enjoyment
-for specific information
-to distinguish fact from fiction
-for directions to complete a two- or three-step task
CA-3.III.1.B. Demonstrate listening behaviors (e.g., prepares to listen, listens without interruptions, maintains eye contact)
Grade 4
I. Reading
CA-4.I.1. Develop and apply skills and strategies to the reading process.
CA-4.I.1.C. Apply decoding strategies to problem-solve unknown words when reading.
CA-4.I.1.E. Develop vocabulary through text, using
- root words and affixes;
- synonyms and antonyms;
- context clues;
- glossary and dictionary.
CA-4.I.1.F. Apply pre-reading strategies to aid comprehension:
- access prior knowledge;
- predict;
- set a purpose for reading.
III. Listening and Speaking
CA-4.III.1. Develop and apply effective listening skills and strategies.
CA-4.III.1.A. Listen:
- for enjoyment;
- for information;
- for directions;
- to identify tone, mood and emotion of verbal and nonverbal communication.
CA-4.III.1.B. Demonstrate listening behaviors (e.g., prepares to listen, listens without interruptions, maintains eye contact).


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