- Differentiate how the increased use of morphological and semantic knowledge is significant for the individual’s reading, writing, and spelling development.
- Identify how individuals learning to read, write, and spell rely on mental orthographic representations in long term memory to support reading fluency, reading comprehension and expressive writing skills.
- Identify evidence-based, multi-linguistic activities that simultaneously engage and functionally integrate a student’s oral and written language systems.
- Identify the developing breadth and depth of vocabulary knowledge and sentence writing skills through development of morphological knowledge and syntax skills.
- Compare strategies for continued development and use of mental orthographic representations in long term memory for accuracy and fluency of reading and writing.