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Question 1 1. When teachers work to involve parents in students' literacy, they should be aware of the following issue in order to act accordingly:
Question 2 2. Per the theory that linguist Noam Chomsky proposed regarding language acquisition, teachers could use the following as a tool to get students to thrive at reading:
Question 3 3. A student asks his teacher: What does 'sycamore' mean? The teacher tells the student to read the whole sentence because there are hints in it that give away the meaning. In this case, the teacher is getting the student to use:
Question 4 4. When selecting a list of textbooks for his classroom, Stuart chooses the textbooks with topics his students will identify with, as long as the textbooks give students plenty of opportunity to practice the grammar they learned. In short, Stuart makes sure that textbooks:
Question 5 5. Stuart is planning reading lessons for his students. As he selects materials to meet his students' needs, he modifies what is going to be taught, how it is going to be taught, and how students will demonstrate what they learned. In short, Stuart is:
Question 6 6. The following literacy theory suggests that cultural factors influence a child's literacy skills:
Question 7 7. You guide your students to reading that includes finding similarities and differences between ideas, categorizing ideas, identifying cause and effect, thinking about implications and applying such ideas to real-life experiences/situations. As your students do this, they apply which of the following theories?
Question 8 8. Stuart prepares a set of flashcards for his students as part of developing phonics through sight words. He mixes known and unknown words in the flash cards. This method is called:
Question 9 9. When it comes to selecting appropriate reading materials for your students, you should consider whether the topic of the reading matches the subjects students take, as well as:
Question 10 10. Stuart wishes to encourage learning to read among peers. To do this, Stuart can apply the following strategy:
Question 11 11. Nonfiction prose, fiction prose, poetry, and drama are:
Question 12 12. After Stuart's students finish reading a text, Stuart asks them questions and then asks them to make connections between the text and their own lives. Both questioning and making connections are strategies to develop:
Question 13 13. As Stuart is aware of the different learning abilities of his students, he can modify the process of teaching by doing the following:
Question 14 14. Phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, spelling, assessment, and engagement are:
Question 15 15. Stuart plans to create a classroom library with the contribution of his students. This strategy Stuart uses aims at:
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