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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas including 1-5:

1. recognize the role of print awareness in early reading development and identify explicit, research based strategies for teaching various concepts about print (ex: developing an awareness of the relationship between spoken and written lang. and an understanding that print carries meaning; recognizing letter, word, and sentence representation; recognizing the directionality of print; developing the ability to track print in connected text; developing book handling skills.

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas including 1-5:

2. recognize the importance of accurate and rapid uppercase and lowercase letter recognition in reading development and demonstrate knowledge of research based, systematic, explicit instruction in letter recognition, letter naming, and letter formation, including factors to consider when planning instruction in these areas (how to systematically introduce visually and auditorly similar letters, the importance of providing practice in writing letters and words.)

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas including 1-5:

3. recognize the role of the alphabetic principle in reading development, in particular the interrelationships around letter-sound (grapheme-phoneme) correspondence, phonemic awareness, and beginning decoding (sounding out and blending letter sounds) and demonstrate knowledge of research based, systematic, explicit instruction in the alphabetic principle.

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas including 1-5:

4. recognize the role of writing (students' use of phonetic spelling) in promoting and reinforcing student's understanding of the alphabetic principle and letter sound correspondence.

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas including 1-5:

5. demonstrate knowledge of how to address the full range of learners in the classroom with respect to their development of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle.

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas- #5 examples

#5 examples:
-providing differentiated instruction in these areas of reading to address the needs of struggling readers and students with reading difficulties or disabilities (focusing on key concepts and skills, reteaching concepts, letters, and skills that are lacking; using a variety of concrete examples to explain a concept or task; providing additional practice)

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas- #5 examples

example:
-providing differentiated instruction in these areas of reading to support students with special needs (ex focusing on key concepts; using a variety of concrete examples to explain a concept or task; reteaching concepts, letters, and skills that are lacking using visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile techniques; providing additional practice.)

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas- #5 examples

example -
- providing differentiated instruction in these areas of reading to address the needs of EL, and speaker of non standard English (capitalization on transfer of relevant knowledge and skills from the primary lang. ; recognizing that not all lang. are alphabetic and that key features of alphabets may vary; including letters, directionality and phonetic regularity.)

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas- #5 examples

-providing diff. instruction in these areas of reading to address the needs of advanced learners( increasing the pace of instruction, building on and extending current knowledge and skills)

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas- #6

6. demonstrate knowledge and ability in assessment (entry level assessment, monitoring of progress, and summative assessment) with respect to concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle

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competency #4- understand the role of concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle in reading development and how to develop students' knowledge and skills in these areas- #6 examples

- demonstrating ability to describe and use appropriate formal and informal assessments in concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle for diff. assessment purposes (entry level assessment, monitoring of progress and summative assessment)
-demonstrating ability to analyze and interpret results form these assessments
- demonstrating ability to use the results of assessment to plan effective instruction and interventions in concepts about print, letter recognition, and the alphabetic principle; adjust instruction and interventions to meet the identified needs of students; and ultimately determine whether relevant standards have been met.

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Competency 4- questions for review
4.1 What role do concepts about print and an understanding of how the letters, words, and sentences are represented in written language play in students' learning to read?

- an understanding that knowing concepts of print is an essential element in learning to read. It is a predictor of success in reading (adams).
-the role of concepts about print such as left to right sequence and word identity, conveys the critical knowledge that print represents language.
-print is oral language or talking put on paper

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Competency 4- questions for review
4.1 What role do concepts about print and an understanding of how the letters, words, and sentences are represented in written language play in students' learning to read?

Therefore, concepts about print must be explicitly taught to students who demonstrate a need. to do this teachers must perform some of the following:
- assess student understanding of concepts about print and design instruction to meet any identified need. several surveys and observation tools are available to assess understanding and plan appropriate instruction.

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Competency 4- questions for review
4.1 What role do concepts about print and an understanding of how the letters, words, and sentences are represented in written language play in students' learning to read?

-plan instruction and select appropriate materials and activities in alignement with the instructional progression of concepts about print, such as letter, word, state, standards, sentence representation, directionality , tracking of print, and understanding that print carries meaning.

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Competency 4- questions for review
4.1 What role do concepts about print and an understanding of how the letters, words, and sentences are represented in written language play in students' learning to read?

-plan instruction and select appropriate materials in recognition of letters in print, accompanied by practice both in and out of context. recognition should include uppercase and lowercase letters, shapes, and letter names.
-select and design engaging materials and activities including multisensory techniques (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, tactile)
-provide a meaningful practice in concept of print skills- use multisensory techniques- ex: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile.
- use ongoing assessment to demonstrate progress toward mastery of standards