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decode

[dē′kōd]
(communications)
To translate coded characters into a more understandable form.

decode

(cryptography)
To apply decryption.

decode

(1) To convert coded data back into its original form. Contrast with encode.

(2) See decrypt.
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Conversely, we may never agree on the following areas: the emphasis on making meaning is more important than phonics instruction for emergent readers, the relationship between a child and the supportive adult is more important in learning to read than the method or program used, predictable and other natural texts are superior to decodable text for beginning readers, teachers not programs should control the delivery of instruction, students must play a decision-making role in learning to read, and, finally, reading is best assessed through teacher observation of authentic reading tasks.
This sparkling satire, floating between an easily decodable Orwellian fable and an uncodable Kafkaesque allegory of postmodern tyranny, can also be reconstructed as a personal moral outrage and as a collective verdict on the present Dark Ages.
Contemporary society is organized around the assumption that social arrangements will be fairly predictable and that individual behavior will be easily decodable.
Students can use the LeapPad platform to read specific words, sound out decodable words, or read entire pages.
Analysis of 75 lessons across five programs revealed that contextualized spelling is not a consistent feature of reading lesson components, but there is some integration between spelling and reading in all programs evaluated, most frequently in word level practice of decodable words.
For the second 8 weeks, as students were able to read decodable books, they read Open Court decodable books to practice fluency, and they answered sentence-level comprehension questions.
This collection of seventeen articles on visual cryptography showcases cutting-edge research in the encryption of images decodable by the human eye without the aid of computers.
content of textbooks and how decodable readers are relegating
Students spelled three types of words: sight words, decodable real words, and decodable pseudowords; spellings were scored to allow partial credit for invented spelling.
How can a colored panel or twisted cotton function as usable, decodable information?
Phonics -- Decodable Text -- Timed Reading/Fluency -- Comprehension -- Vocabulary -- Test Preparation -- Literature About SRA/McGraw-Hill
For them, even the 2039 not entirely decodable common words, such 'said, friend, builder', are not that daunting.