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TExES Core Subjects EC-6 - English Language Arts and Reading & the Science of Teaching Reading (801): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1.

In helping students identify the theme of a story, teachers can ask

Question 2 2.

Students are perplexed by the following sentence: The hilarious characters in the play had the audience laughing boisterously. Students do not recognize the word ''boisterously.'' The teacher should have students

Question 3 3.

Students have been introduced to new vocabulary words. To help students learn the words, the teacher should have students first

Question 4 4.

To ensure that what third graders are learning about visual media aligns with Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills standards, which of the following activities would be most effective?

Question 5 5.

A teacher is reviewing data that he has gathered associated with student listening skills.

Student 1: This student listens for and can identify implicit meanings within discussions and oral texts.

Student 2: This student can comprehend difficult concepts when listening but needs time to process.

Student 3: This student can understand general meanings of spoken ideas and asks questions when confused.

Student 4: This student can partake in academic discourse with some need, at times, for additional processing time and rarely asks for clarification.

Which student is listening at the intermediate level of listening, as established by Texas proficiency standards?

Question 6 6.

Students are partaking in an activity that requires them to take a paragraph and write it into their own words. This activity will help students develop which of the following?

Question 7 7.

Fourth grade students are at the beginning of a research project, so the teacher should require students first to

Question 8 8.

Parents of an elementary student are worried that their child lacks motivation to read, even though this was not the case a year ago. To best help the child develop the skills at home, parents should consider which of the following?

Question 9 9.

A middle school teacher can best glean insights on what students understand about descriptive writing and how well they can apply what they have learned about paragraph-writing skills before a unit on descriptive writing by asking students to

Question 10 10.

Which of the following must a teacher consider when identifying students' reading fluencies?

Question 11 11.

A student has been proficient at decoding words and has no difficulty with the oral reiteration of words when reading out loud. However, the student's fluency rate is below grade level. This might be the result of which of the following?

Question 12 12.

Students are using the dictionary to look up words as they are reading. A student is having difficulty finding words. The teacher instructs the student to look for guide words. The student should then focus on looking for

Question 13 13.

A student has come across a word she is having difficulty decoding. Which of the following would help the student identify the graphic cues?

Question 14 14.

A teacher is modeling directionality of print as she reads to a group of students. After introducing the book and showing how to hold the book, the teacher should do which of the following?

Question 15 15.

A teacher reviews four students in their literacy development and recognizes the following:

Student 1: This student chunks words together to process them and can use homophones correctly.

Student 2: This student identifies short and long sounds.

Student 3: This student can accurately identify various uses of affixes but has difficulty understanding derivatives.

Student 4: This student would benefit from phonics instruction but can accurately spell words repetitiously.

Which student is at the highest stage of literacy development?

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TExES Core Subjects EC-6 - English Language Arts and Reading & the Science of Teaching Reading (801): Practice & Study Guide Final Free Practice Test Instructions

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