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Reading 318 (Chapt. 1,2,4)
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When his students had difficulty understanding a passage in a novel, Mr. Kelly asked text based questions to direct them to go back and analyze the text. The students re-read the passage to find evidence to support their answers. As they completed this task, these students were engaged in...
Of the following, the most significant way in which digital text differ from print materials is that digital text...
During guided reading, students should read books at their...
Literacy professionals use the term text to refer...
To all reading materials
Students focus upon mechanics such as capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when they reach the stage of the writing process known as...
Research suggests that students reading and writing ability shows the most improvement when...
Reading and writing instruction are integrated
Every day first grade teacher kelly bloom works with a small group of students who are reading at the same level. She selects a book at their instructional level and helps the children apply strategies as they read. This teacher is using the instructional technique known as...
Fluency is an essential component of reading because fluid readers...
Devote most of their cognitive resources to comprehension
To help students focus upon particular types of errors in their writing, many teachers provide...
As he planned a unit on farm animals, a first grade teacher selected books and planned writing projects. Of the following the best way to prepare students to write about farm animals would be too...
Develope a word wall with related vocabulary
A kindergarten teacher suspects that her new student has not had the same rich exposure to books that most of his classmates have had. Of the following, which assessment tool could most likely help a teacher measure a young childs understanding of books?
Concepts about print test, CAP
Katia, an 8yro student who is an English learner, was reluctant to raise her hand to participate in whole class discussions. Her teacher was correctly advised to help Katia expand her vocabulary and gain confidence in speaking by:
encouraging her to participate in small groups
Young children are surrounded by words. Print such as logos on cereal boxes and signs for a favorite toy store or restaurant is known as...
Effective teachers have learned that it is best to teach letters of the alphabet by ...
Using children's own names in providing many experiences with meaningful written language
The goal for educators is that all children should be fluent readers and writers by...
The end of third grade
Books with repeated words in sentences, rhymes, or other familiar patterns are known as...
Six-year-old Nicole wrote a thank you letter to her grandmother that had all The traditional parts of a letter and showed conventional spelling. This work indicates that as a writer, the child is in the...
The principal wisely suggested that by adding books, pencils, pens, and paper to kindergarten play centers, teachers could enhance their instructional value and transform it into...
Literacy play centers
The most effective way to help children develop concepts about the alphabet is too...
Use the children's names in environmental print to teach letters
The educator who coined the term emergent literacy is...
A group of second grade students have been engaged in the writing process and they have reached the publishing stage. List three ways that students can share their writing with a larger audience.
-read speeches in contests/ school event
-publish to a magazine or ezine
-contributed to a class anthology
-place it in the class or school library
-Display it as a mobile or only poster
A kindergarten teacher observed that her new five-year-old student had developmentally age-appropriate concepts about print. List three behaviors that would indicate that a child had developed concepts about print.
-notice menus in restaurants
-write and receive postcards and letters
-listen to stories (read aloud)
-watch adults using print
Give three effective ways that a teacher can help students learn letters of the alphabet.
1. Use names
2. Environmental print
3. Use their interests
4. Talk about the roles of letters in reading and writing
5. Other strategies such as the ABC song
6. Interactive writing; alphabet books, games, and spelling
When a parent asks why the teacher conducted daily read aloud's, in a fourth grade class, the principal responded that reading aloud is beneficial for students of all ages. What are the benefits of reading aloud to students?
-engages students during reading
-active; use predictions, repeat refrains, ask questions, make connections, and identify big ideas
-models appropriate reading skills
-models comprehension strategies
-Provides the teacher an opportunity to think about their use of strategies
-increases student motivation
-students had access to books they couldn't read by themselves
-helps build background knowledge
Phonics instruction is most appropriate for students in the...
Beginning reading and writing stage
Educators who believe that learning is the result of stimulus and response actions subscribe to a theory known as:
Wendy's mother taught her a few basic crochet stitches when she was 8. As she got older, Wendy was able to learn additional crochet stitches in process of
The zone of proximal development is:
the level between students' actual development and their potential development
When he rides the school bus, Tommy engages in casual conversation with his fiends. He uses more formal language when he give oral reports in the classroom. Tommy's ability to use appropriate language in each situation shows his understanding of the:
Texts used for guided reading instruction should be written at the students':
Theorist such as Louise Rosenblatt have explained that students don't try to figure out the author's meaning as they read; instead, they negotiate a meaning that makes sense to them based on the words they are reading and existing knowledge. The work of these theorists reflects:
Teachers can serve as a model of fluent reading by:
reading aloud to students
Effective teachers use formal and informal assessment measures primarily to:
Modify their instruction and reteach when necessary
The Common Core State Standards include a strand on Informational Texts because:
mature readers should be able to use nonfictional materials
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