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Welcome to the Vocabulary Center Wiki

for EDLT 3143 - Language & Literacy Development Birth through 5

Your instructions:

With a partner, create a concept map using http://bubbl.us. You will be connecting vocabulary and concepts from the readings and class discussions for that week. Use the terms listed on the edlt3143 wiki (see below) for that particular week. Create your own wiki word wall on this edlt3143 Vocabulary Wiki, and copy and paste your concept map onto your own wiki word wall. P.S.: You need to do this activity at least 3 times over the course of the semester.

Vocabulary Master List


Week 2 Vocabulary:
  1. beginner reader/writer
  2. bookhandling skills
  3. booksharing routines
  4. cognitively challenging talk
  5. concept of story
  6. concepts about print
  7. contextual dependency
  8. decontextualized language
  9. directionality
  10. environmental print
  11. forms
  12. functional print
  13. functions
  14. high cognitive demand strategies
  15. interactive book reading
  16. letter features
  17. letter-like forms
  18. literary language
  19. meaning
  20. meaning-form links
  21. mock cursive
  22. mock letters
  23. motor schemes
  24. novice reader/writer
  25. phonological awareness
  26. romance representations
  27. schema
  28. story grammar
  29. sustaining strategies
  30. text formats

Week 3 Vocabulary:
  1. alphabet knowledge
  2. alphabetic principle
  3. approximations
  4. background knowledge
  5. book language
  6. bound morphemes
  7. communication strategies
  8. compound morphemes
  9. comprehension
  10. derivational and inflectional morphemes
  11. expressive language skills
  12. fast mapping
  13. formulaic speech
  14. functions of language
  15. idiom
  16. language
  17. lexical morphemes
  18. literacy
  19. mean length of utterance (MLU)
  20. morphemes
  21. oral language
  22. phonology
  23. pragmatics
  24. receptive language skills
  25. semantics
  26. social-interactionist perspective
  27. syntax
  28. telegraphic speech
  29. vocabulary

Week 4 Vocabulary:
  1. academic language
  2. active listening
  3. alliteration
  4. assonance
  5. blending
  6. capacity
  7. code switching
  8. communicative competency
  9. context
  10. CROWD
  11. DLTA (directed listening/thinking activity)
  12. features of language
  13. habits
  14. input
  15. LEA (language experience approach)
  16. listening
  17. motivation
  18. onset
  19. overregularization
  20. phoneme isolation
  21. phoneme manipulation
  22. phonemes
  23. phonemic awareness
  24. rare vocabulary/rare words
  25. rhyme
  26. rime
  27. segmenting
  28. syllable
  29. Tier I words
  30. Tier II words

Week 5 Vocabulary:
  1. assessment
  2. clarifying questions
  3. communicative speech
  4. comprehensible input
  5. co-playing
  6. developmental model for language learning
  7. dialogic reading
  8. expansions
  9. extensions
  10. grand conversations
  11. guided play
  12. invented (speech) forms
  13. language delay
  14. narrated theatre
  15. noncommunicative speech
  16. open-ended questions
  17. oral language supports
  18. reciprocal teaching
  19. scripted dramatization
  20. sequencing
  21. silent period
  22. speech immaturities
  23. vernacular
  24. word study

Week 6 Vocabulary:
  1. additive process
  2. cognates
  3. cultural incongruities
  4. double bind
  5. early production
  6. ELL interactive read-aloud procedures
  7. enactive mode
  8. Four-by-Four Model
  9. home literacy environment (HLE)
  10. iconic mode
  11. intermediate fluency
  12. language biases
  13. output
  14. phoneme repertoires
  15. preproduction
  16. scaffolding
  17. shared language
  18. SIOP (sheltered instructional observation protocol)
  19. speech emergence
  20. total physical response (TPR)

Week 7 Vocabulary:
  1. anecdotal notes
  2. Assess-Plan-Teach-Assess model
  3. Beginner
  4. checklists
  5. close-ended questions
  6. conversation
  7. environment arranger
  8. formal assessments
  9. formative assessment
  10. informal assessments
  11. interactor
  12. linguistically isolated household
  13. low cognitive demand strategies
  14. motivator/encourager
  15. narrative elements
  16. observer
  17. on-demand assessment
  18. ongoing assessment
  19. open-ended questions
  20. progress monitoring
  21. scribbling
  22. summative assessment
  23. vignettes
  24. work samples
  25. working portfolio

Week 8 Vocabulary
  1. analytic talk
  2. authentic literacy materials
  3. balanced literacy framework
  4. content-rich concepts
  5. curriculum
  6. direct instruction
  7. emergent curriculum
  8. explicit instruction
  9. gradual release of responsibility
  10. groupings
  11. guiding questions
  12. implicit instruction
  13. indirect instruction
  14. instructional framework
  15. integrated curriculum
  16. leveled books
  17. modeling
  18. shared reading / shared writing

Weeks 10/11 Vocabulary:
  1. action figures
  2. agents
  3. Bloom’s taxonomy
  4. book acting
  5. book concepts
  6. change
  7. comprehension strategies
  8. concept of word
  9. connections to books
  10. critical comprehension
  11. dialogic reading
  12. display
  13. expository texts
  14. format
  15. functions of written language
  16. funds of knowledge
  17. genre
  18. hybrid texts
  19. inferential comprehension
  20. innovation
  21. KWL
  22. literal comprehension
  23. literature
  24. narrative texts
  25. nonliterality
  26. presentation factors
  27. rereading/retelling
  28. text structures
  29. unifying themes

Week 12 Vocabulary

  1. alphabetic principle
  2. concept of word
  3. concepts about print
  4. directionality
  5. emergent literacy
  6. letter identification
  7. letter-name knowledge
  8. letter-shape knowledge
  9. letter-sound knowledge
  10. letter-writing ability
  11. mimicking
  12. orientation
  13. sight words
  14. sweep
  15. word walls
  16. working memory