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Cristina Urista

EED 211
October 12, 2015

Phonetic Knowledge- Knowledge of soundsymbol relations and sound patterns


represented in a language (Sound).

A- What should we name


our new class puppet?
C- Ill name her Rosy
Posy!

Evaluation:

At age three, the child


should have the ability to
hear the rhyming in
words.

Parent Resources:
http://www.begintoread.com/
articles/phonemicawareness.html

Knowledge of world structure or how words


are composed of one or more meaningful
linguistic units. (tense, plurals, bound units)

C I seen you at mass on


Sunday
A- You saw me at mass on
Sunday?
C Yes I saw you on Sunday.

Evaluation:

Child was letting the


teacher know that he saw
her at mass on Sunday.
The child was using the
wrong tents. With the
positive reinforcement the
child was able to respond
with the correct way.

Resource:
http://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ
816593

Knowledge of how words can be combines in


meaningful sentences, phrases of utterances
(grammar).

When did you take this


picture? A
We took a picture with
Goofy the time we went to
Disney World- C

Evaluation:The child was


describing the photo that she
brought in to the classroom.
Resource:

Semantic knowledge- the aspect of language


knowledge that involves word meaning and
vocabulary (definitions).

Ms. Cristina my
mommy was feeling
sick yesterday.-C
Whats wrong with
her Elijah?-A
I do not know, she is
going to the hospital
today. -C
The doctors in the
hospital will make her
feel all better. -C

Evaluation: The child


here is letting the
teacher know that his
mother was not
feeling good, and by
going to the doctor
she would feel better.
Resource:
http://www.educatio
n.com/reference/artic
le/syntax-semantics/

Knowledge of the different ways in which


language is used in different settings and for
different purpose (social rules).

Giovanni would you


like some milk?-A
Yes -S
Yes-A
Yes please.- C

Evaluation: The adult


asked the child a
question and the child
responded with the
social rule of using
please.
Resources:
http://www.teach123
school.com/2013/06/
pragmatic-languagedisorder.html

Phonology knowledge- The study of the way in


which sound is used to express meaning and
an analysis of the variations that arise.

We are going to do
one loud scream, and
after I give you the
signal we will have to
use our whispering
voices ready?-A
Yes!-C
AAAAAH!-c
(Teacher gives the
signal)-A
aaaah-C

Evaluation the children


used their tone when
the teacher asked them
to do a loud scream the
children did and then
lowered their voices.
Resources:
http://www.pbs.org/p
arents/education/readi
ng-language/readingmilestones/babylanguage-developmentmilestones/

Transition to literacy is introducing the child to


a more broad aspect in literature. Giving the
child the right level of reading books with
pictures connecting with the language.

EXAMPLE:

There are 9 girls and 8


boys today.-A
Ms. Cristina 9 comes
after 8.- C
That is correct Lily,
Good Job!-A

EVALUATION:

The child was able to


recognize that one number
comes after the other. She
was able to give the
correct order.
Resource:
http://bremertonschools.
schoolwires.net/cms/lib/
WA01001541/Centricity/
Domain/75/Literacy%20i
n%20the%20Preschool%20
Classroom%20Book.pdf

Poggi J. (2015) Five Aspects of Language


knowledge, from EED 211. Glendale
Community College.
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