Assignment #1 Task 1) Read the sentence below aloud. It is important to measure how much babies learn from birth to age three. Task 2) In the space provided, rewrite the sentence using the consonant and vowel phonemes of English. Remember to enclose individual phonemes with slash marks (e.g., /m/, /s/). The schwa symbol, as well as the long and short vowel symbols, are listed below for your convenience. ǝ, /ē/, /ā/, /ī /, /ō/, /ū/ /ĭ/, /ĕ/, /ă/, /ŏ/, /ŭ/ ***Watch the following video FIRST for some tips on completing this assignment successfully. Assignment #2 The Simple View of Reading 88 unread replies.88 replies. Describe the components of the Simple View of Reading. Explain how the model supports teachers in addressing their students’ literacy needs. Assignment #3 Question 1100 pts This assignment focuses on a second-grade English learner named Laura. Laura’s first language is Spanish. The assessment data in the exhibits were collected after the first six weeks of the school year. The level of each assessment was selected based on Laura’s previous assessment results. Using your knowledge of reading pedagogy and the developmental progression of foundational reading skills and reading comprehension as described in the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for English Language Arts and Reading (ELAR), analyze the information provided and write a response of approximately 400–600 words in which you: Task 1) Identify one significant need that the student demonstrates related to foundational reading skills (e.g., phonemic awareness skills, phonics skills, recognition of high-frequency words, syllabication skills, morphemic analysis skills, automaticity, reading fluency [i.e., accuracy, rate, and prosody]), citing specific evidence from the exhibits, particularly the Word-Reading Assessment, Passage-Reading Assessment, and Fluency Data, to support your analysis. Task 2) Describe one appropriate, effective instructional strategy or activity that would address the student’s need you identified related to foundational reading skills and help the student achieve relevant grade-level standards. Task 3) Identify one significant need that the student demonstrates related to reading comprehension (e.g., vocabulary knowledge; knowledge of sentence and grammatical structures; application of literal, inferential, or evaluative comprehension skills; use of comprehension strategies; application of text analysis skills to a literary or informational text), citing specific evidence from the exhibits, particularly the Comprehension Assessment, to support your analysis. Task 4) Describe one appropriate, effective instructional strategy or activity that would address the need you identified related to the student’s reading comprehension and help the student achieve relevant grade-level standards. Task 5) Explain why each of the instructional strategies or activities you described would be effective in addressing the needs you identified and in helping the student achieve grade-level reading standards as described in the TEKS for ELAR. Be sure to cite evidence from all four exhibits in your response.