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5 Matching questions

  1. Personification
  2. Reversal
  3. Metacognition
  4. Blending
  5. Conflict
  1. a the tension created by the antagonist and the protagonist
  2. b combining sounds represented by letters to pronounce a word
  3. c an inanimate object is endowed with life or human attributes
  4. d Watch for altered meaning. Many reversals happen with young readers with high frequency words ("of" for "for")
  5. e is 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Mental pictures created as one reads or one of figurative language
  2. Lots of repetition may mean that the test level is too difficult. Sometimes readers repeat when they're uncertain and will repeat the words to make sense of the passage.
  3. the structure or actions in the story
  4. Personalize reading assessments to identify the needs of individual students
  5. is the support and guidance provided by an adult that helps a student function on a higher level; students develop new cognitive abilities when a teacher leads them through task oriented interactions

5 True/False questions

  1. Independent Levelmeans visual media other than printed material (movies, photos, symbols)


  2. The written representation of sounds are called:1. Develop Phonemic Awareness
    2. Introduce Sound/Spelling
    3. Blend Words
    4. Build automatic word recognition
    5. Apply decodable text
    6. Word work for decoding and encoding


  3. The part of a word that makes up the vowel and the final consonants within a syllable is called:morpheme


  4. Reading processIn this approach, phonics instruction is embedded in the context of "authentic" reading and writing experiences. Phonic elements are introduced informally when the teacher sense that students need to know them.


  5. When to apply comprehension strategies in Narrative ReadingBefore reading: to orient students to the story and to the task

    During reading: to build an understanding of the story

    After reading: to check whether students understand the story