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Question 1 1. If reading is the act of decoding, then what is the act of writing?
Question 2 2. They're, their, and there can be confusing _____ for students because they all sound the same even though they are spelled differently. It's important that students know the differences so they are not embarrassed later in life.
Question 3 3. _____ can be confusing for many students, especially students whose first language is not English. The meanings as well as the differences should be stressed on these since these types of words are spelled the same or pronounced the same.
Question 4 4. Apraxia of speech is a _____ disorder where a student's brain is unable to coordinate the muscles used to form words.
Question 5 5. A book written about the life of a president, but wasn't written by that president, would be an example of what genre of non-fiction?
Question 6 6. Which is NOT a major literary form?
Question 7 7. One reference material students can use to increase their vocabulary is a _____, which gives students synonyms to a word.
Question 8 8. Recognizing punctuation is important because this way students learn the different marks change the emphasis and _____.
Question 9 9. When a teacher is explaining sentence structure to their students, she should tell them that sentences must always include what two items?
Question 10 10. _____ is a term for getting students to think about their thinking, or using what they already know to comprehend what they are reading.
Question 11 11. Although some news websites provide informational articles, editorials should not be used a reliable research source due to their _____ nature.
Question 12 12. One very easy way for a student to outline a _____ is to list the events of the story in order and then write paragraphs based on those lists.
Question 13 13. What would be an example of an unreliable website that students should not cite in research?
Question 14 14. What are the four types of learners?
Question 15 15. What steps should be taken to ensure information is verifiable?
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