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RICA Domain 1
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As Jack is reading a text sample, he reads "The dog ran to the horse" rather than what the text actually states, "The dog ran to the house". What type of strategy would be the most effective to utilize with this student?
After the student has read the text sampling, the recorder asks the student to look at the sentence again, reads the sentence as Jack read it and then asks the question: "Does that make sense? Let's look at the word carefully, letter-by-letter"
Jill is having difficulty in hearing rhyming words. During an informal evaluation, her teacher found that Jill couldn't tell that "fish and dish" were rhyming words. When the teacher tried several other rhyming and non-rhyming word pairs verbally, Jill couldn't discern the rhyming pairs. Her answers were all "No, they don't sound the same". Which instructional strategy would be the best to meet Jill's needs ?
In a small group of other children who also need more experiences in rhyming patterns, the teacher directed-teaching instruction will follow a game format. The games will vary in the usage of rhyming words.
The school district is requesting that each school site report the reading progress of each class at the Grade One level. A miscue analysis will provide the data needed. The district would like to know the instructional level average of each class. Each teacher will administer the evaluation process. What will be the most effective usage of the information from copies of the miscue analysis on each of your students?
The data from the miscue analysis will provide a basis for instructional strategies needed for each student on an individual basis. The data can also be utilized to provide information for placing students in small reading groups according to need.
Danny is doing very well in his reading, but his teacher has noticed during the small group readings, that he seems to have difficulty in identifying medial sounds in unknown words. What is one type of evaluation that would aid the instructional process to meet Danny's needs?
A reading running record on an unfamiliar text would give a clearer picture of which phonic strategies Danny is using correctly and the ones which need to receive more attention.
Maria is in kindergarten. She is having difficulty in remembering the letter names of the alphabet. Her teacher has asked the parents to help at home. The parents are agreeable, but they want to know which letters they should concentrate on. What can the teacher do to best identify which of the letters Maria needs help with?
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Maria is asked to look at out-of-order alphabet cards which have one letter (upper case) per card. The teacher asks her to identify it. The lower case letters are done one by one in the same manner.
As you listen to a student read, you are evaluating his/her reading behavior. Which characteristic would be most representative of an effective reader?
The student self-corrects one of every three errors made during the reading of the text.
Anne is reading within the independent reading level range for her grade level, although she reads at a very slow rate. Often she is not done with her reading assignments because she is taking a lot of time to get through a text. This often interferes with her comprehension of reading materials. What would be one way to check her fluency rate?
Anne should be given a reading text at her independent reading level and then timed. During the fifteen minute timed period the average is computed of words per minute, setting a base line number from which to increase her reading fluency.
Several students in Mrs. Sanders' class are having trouble with hearing a word and then not being able to separate the sounds that they hear. For example when each student was individually asked to separate the sounds of a word, such as "man", the response was "mmm - an". The first sound was the only isolated sound expressed. She needs to further assess this need for this student group. Which test would best give direction and a focus for Mrs. Sanders' instruction?
Yopp Singer Segmentation Test
Which area of phonemic awareness would be the best to gauge with the Yopp Singer Test?
What would be a good assessment tool to utilize in checking on students during silent reading?
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As the students are reading, the teacher roves around the room and places her hand on a student's shoulder, the student reads aloud from the place he/she is at in the reading. This serves as an observation tool to gauge whether the student is engaging in the text and if it is at the students independent reading level.
What would be the best strategy for assessing a student's knowledge of concepts about print?
On a 1:1 basis, the student is given a book and asked to follow directions and demonstrate the concepts about print.
In order to teach various reading levels, necessary to meet the needs of students in a classroom, how would you organize the class time to meet with each group?
Small, flexible reading groups, based on the students' instructional reading level, are set-up to meet with the teacher as the literacy center rotation system is implemented during the language arts period.
How would you ensure that students in your class can select a book from the class library at his/her own independent reading level?
The books in the library are separated in some manner (different tubs, color coded, etc.) by levels of reading, easier levels to more difficult reading levels.
Which of the following strategies would not be the best strategy to increase a student's fluency level?
Books at frustrational level should be reread until the student can read each word of the text
Reading a lot of books at his or her instructional level. Rereading familiar stories.
Buddy reading with across age tutor.
Which element would you want to make sure is part of your small/guided reading group plan for the week?
As an introduction to an instructional level book, prior knowledge is assessed regarding the story subject
What is not a purpose for a group/shared reading?
To gauge individual phonemic awareness
To increase listening comprehension.
To learn concepts about print.
To introduce higher-level vocabulary words.
Which strategy would not demonstrate an integration of reading and writing?
A verbal retelling of a favorite story during sharing time.
Each student is to write a description of one of the settings from a story that has been studied in the guided reading group.
A graphic organizer is utilized to display the sequence of events in a story.
After reading, each student is asked to write a story extension.
Independent reading level texts should be utilized with which reading periods or groupings?
During silent reading
Instructional reading level texts should be utilized with which reading periods or groupings?
During guided reading
Which of the following strategies would gauge students' prior knowledge of a subject?
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