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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Visual Messages
  2. Expository Writing
  3. Automaticity
  4. Cause and Effect
  5. When to apply comprehension strategies in Narrative Reading
  1. a a stated or implied association between an outcome and the conditions which brought it about, often an organizing principle in narrative or expository text
  2. b Before 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
  3. c refers to a precise, factual, informational writing style
  4. d refers to non-print texts (cartoons, posters, pictures)
  5. e fluent processing of information that requires little effort or attention, as sight-word recognition

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Children slowly pronounce a word, identifying all its sounds.
  2. an inanimate object is endowed with life or human attributes
  3. Less than 90% accuracy
  4. persons presented in a dramatic or narrative work
  5. Fluency, vocab, phonemic awareness, phonics, reading comprehension

5 True/False questions

  1. Consonant DigraphsSounds that are not commonly classified as long or short vowels (aw, au, oo)

          

  2. Morphemea meaningful linguistic unit that cannot be divided into smaller meaningful elements

          

  3. Experience storiesare teacher-directed stories written by the teacher and the students to reflect a group experience

          

  4. Historical FictionFiction that not only takes its setting and some characters from history, but makes the historical issues important to the central narrative

          

  5. Readingcombining sounds represented by letters to pronounce a word

          

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