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What is literacy?

The ability to identify, understand, interpret, create, communicate, & compute, using printed & written materials

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Roles of the SLP in regards to literacy

1. prevent written language disorders
2. identify children at risk
3. assess reading & writing
4. provide intervention & document progress

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What is orthography?

a secondary symbolic system superimposed on the primary oral language system

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Receptive process of literacy

reading

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expressive process of literacy

writing

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What is phonological awareness?

the capacity to reflect on, analyze, & manipulate speech information

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What is rhyme awareness?

the ability to recognize or produce words that rhyme

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What is word awareness?

The ability to recognize words as units in phrases or sentences (e.g., clap the words in " I feel happy today"

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What is phonemic awareness?

the capacity to reflect on, analyze, & manipulate speech at the phoneme level

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What are examples of phonemic awareness skills?

Blending, segmenting, manipulation

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What is grapheme-phoneme correspondence?

the ability to connect letters with corresponding phonemes (e.g., c = /s/ or /k/

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How many syllable types are there?

6

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What is an open syllable

CV (fi in "final")

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What is a closed syllable?

(C)VC (fit, pan, bed, at)

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What is a silent e syllable?

CVCe (fine, late)

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What is a vowel team/vowel combination syllable?

(C)VV(C)- main, seam, coin

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What is the ultimate goal of sight word reading?

automatic word identification

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what is required for sight word reading?

orthographic memory for visual word forms

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What is dyslexia?

weaknesses in word recognition & spelling, which deficits in phonological and orthographic processing

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What is hyperlexia?

Relative strengths in word recognition & spelling with deficits in underlying language skills such as vocabulary, syntax, morphology, & discourse