← CSET-2 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Name 3 of the 6 Developmental Expectations of the beginning reader.
- T/F: Decoding primarily refers to word identification.
- Remedial readers are taught from the same systematic framework used in the early grades. Are the developmental expectations the same?
- Name 3 additional Developmental Expectations of the beginning reader.
- Rime is the:
- a True.
- b 1. Letters are associated with sounds
2. Begin to read simple CVC words
3. Writing simple CVC words evolves to CVC
- c No.
The expectation is that these students will acquire reading skills consistent with the standards.
- d 4. Rhyme
5. Blend words
6. Begin to recognize phonograms
- e The part of a syllable that contains the vowel and everything after it.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1. Assessment of identified reading weakness (diagnosis)
2. Teaching explicit strategies based on diagnosis
3. Linking instruction to prior knowledge
- Kindergarten or 1st grade.
* Phonemic awareness
* Phonemic blending
* Phonemic decoding
- 1. Phonics
4. Listening and writing
5 True/False Questions
Fluent readers are often in what grade range? → Early childhood to pre-K.
Define syllable → A word part that contains a
vowel or vowel sound.
Phonemic awareness is also the understanding that ... → ... the ability to manipulate the sound structure of language.
Is the b- in bag the onset or the rime? → -ag
Word-attack skills refers to... → ... provide teachers with
precise directions for teaching