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Question 1 1. Words that are commonly repeated during reading practice are referred to as _____ words. Seeing these words repeated helps students with decoding written material.
Question 2 2. One way for students to increase their reading fluency is when a teacher reads aloud. _____ is the reading voice that the teacher uses, which allows students to hear what it sounds like when people ask a question in their reading or when there's an ellipsis.
Question 3 3. A simple exercise for students to recognize high frequency words is through a _____, where students look for those high frequency words among other letters.
Question 4 4. Instead of focusing on conventions and getting their writing right, students in early grades should focus more on getting their _____ on the page.
Question 5 5. A four-year-old child who writes random strings of letters and numbers would be considered to be in the first stage of reading development, or the _____ stage.
Question 6 6. William Shakespeare's Hamlet is an example of what form of drama genre?
Question 7 7. Characters, plot, and setting all work together to create a _____ of a story, or the important idea about life that an author is trying to express.
Question 8 8. What would be one way of teaching phonemic awareness to a child just learning to read?
Question 9 9. Once a teacher has established that their students know that letters make sounds, they can then move on to the second step in the alphabetic principle, which is what?
Question 10 10. One strategy to assist young students with their _____ skills is to have them clap the number of syllables in their name. This way they become aware of how syllables separate words.
Question 11 11. One of the five components or oral language skills is _____, which is the understanding of grammar rules and the order of words for the language.
Question 12 12. By reading a story out loud to their class, an early childhood educator can connect words to objects a child is already aware of. By doing this the teacher is using the child's _____.
Question 13 13. Although a child may know how to read, it's important they understand what they are reading as well. What is something students can do before reading a story that will give them clues to what the story is about?
Question 14 14. Students struggling with reading may benefit from _____, which breaks reading down into smaller pieces to make it easier to understand.
Question 15 15. _____ is an assessment where the teacher reads a story and the students summarize or tell the story again.
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