5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Name 4 stages of reading development.
- T/F: Decoding primarily refers to word identification.
- Semantics is:
- Phonemic awareness is the ability to:
- Do children need to be highly intelligent to become successful readers?
- a True.
- b 4 Stages of Reading Development:
- c The analysis and study of
words, phrases, and sentences.
- d * Hear
the phonemes in spoken words
- e No.
5 Multiple choice questions
- ... words or syllables.
1. Word-attack skills
- ... syllables.
5 True/False questions
There are 6 objectives for reading instruction for remedial readers. Name the second 3. → 4. Increasing instruction time
5. Dividing skills into smaller steps
6. Providing reinforcement & positive feedback
Word-attack skills refers to... → Word-attack skills refers to strategies readers use to decode unknown words.
Is syntax also the examination of various ways that words combine to create meaning? → ... syllables.
What is the rime of bag? → -ag
Can the combination of syllables creating words be called blending? → Yes.