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5 Matching Questions

  1. Open Syllable
  2. Paired Reading
  3. Accuracy
  4. Historical Fiction
  5. Syllable
  1. a ability to sound out the word and knowing the words meaning (number or words read correctly)
  2. b Syllable which ends in a vowel sound rather than a consonant
  3. c In phonology, a minimal unit of sequential speech sounds comprised of a vowel sound or vowel-consonant combination
  4. d means partners reading aloud to each other for the purpose of practicing, sharing, developing fluency, communicating information, or modeling oral reading technique
  5. e Fiction that not only takes its setting and some characters from history, but makes the historical issues important to the central narrative

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. The clear, easy, written or spoken expression of ideas
  2. refers to non-print texts (cartoons, posters, pictures)
  3. Watch for altered meaning. Many reversals happen with young readers with high frequency words ("of" for "for")
  4. Sounds that are not commonly classified as long or short vowels (aw, au, oo)
  5. The mid-central vowel in an unaccented or unstressed syllable

5 True/False Questions

  1. Instructional Level90-94% Accuracy

          

  2. Metacognitionis the awareness and knowledge of one's mental processes such that one can monitor, regulate, and direct them a desired end; self mediation; thoughts about thinking

          

  3. In general the best strategy for helping beginning readers to identify function words such as: to, the, and of would be toteach such words as sight vocabulary

          

  4. Consonant-le syllableA final separate syllable containing a consonant followed by the letters le

          

  5. Non-Print Textconsists of addressing words through games, rhymes, tongue twisters; any method that increases student' awareness of the meaning and value of individual words

          

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