Integrating Literacy

Live tweet of Laura Justice conference on Integrating Literacy into Speech-Language therapy.
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I'm at a workshop "Integrating Literacy into Speech-Language Intervention" by Laura Justice from Ohio State University
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Reading and literacy does not mean sitting and teaching. It's so intertwined with speech and language #laurajustice
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What are skills young children exhibit that indicate they are 'becoming a reader?' #laurajustice
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Knowing print is from L to R, producing rhyming patterns, recognizing ltr are diff from other symbols #laurajustice
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Knowing what letters do--signify a phoneme), knowing initial sounds (I.e. B for ball), how to recognizing environmental print #laurajustice
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Pointing to individual words on a page (knowing words are units in print), knowing boundaries on a page, and interest in print #laurajustice
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After age 3, kids will start to study inside a word--rdg highly contextual is developing (knowing McDonalds is McDonalds) #laurajustice
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In a familiar book, a 4 yo is developing some sight word recognition and other letters. End of age 4, they know 16-20 ltrs. #laurajustice
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By end of kindergarten, kids can read simple texts and use simple comprehension. Can also use some contextualized cues-- #laurajustice
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Alphabet knowledge among 4 yo is an individual difference #laurajustice
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If 5 yo has sound-symbol correspondence, print-word mapping, letter-sounds, text structure & writing msgs. ^ predictors of rdg #laurajustice
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Focus of instruction primarily in last 15 yrs #laurajustice http://t.co/oV98DqckJs
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Print meaning-carries meaning diff than pics & has specific rules, letters have upper & lower case, and are specific symbols #laurajustice
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Letters map to sounds, written words map to spoken words, they are made of letters and have concept of word in print #laurajustice
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"We Are In A Book" by Moe Williams is great for introducing literacy #laurajustice
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Typical developing 4 yo vs language imp matched for SES & age. How many letters they know. Huge gap! #laurajustice http://t.co/z79gTJigHl
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Print knowledge is the step sister to phonological awareness #laurajustice
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Phono awareness is causally related to rdg, if child can read, DO NOT work on it, & not all SI kids have poor phono awareness #laurajustice
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Shallow knowledge of a word is a fragile state & is incremental. Deep knowledge is non-fragile state & you've got it #laurajustice
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PPVT looks at breadth of vocabulary(shallow representations of words), vs depth (deep rep of core body of key words) #laurajustice
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Tier 1 top 2000 vocab are high frequency words and are in kids' repertoire by 2nd grade. #laurajustice
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General, all purpose Level 2 words that use these terms are what contribute to poor reading comprehension (ie benefit, pursue)#laurajustice
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Tier 2 words are high freq words for mature Lang users applicable to many domains & play lg role in Lang use r's repertoire #laurajustice
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Tier 3 words are low frequency and is limited to specific domains and learning does NOT have big impacts on lexical impacts #laurajustice
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