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TExMaT Master Reading Teacher (085): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1.

A third-grade reading teacher has been using all of the following strategies to teach her students new vocabulary for their lesson on The BFG. When helping her work through her lessons, another teacher told her she should focus her vocabulary lessons on what will help the students learn the material words more.

Which of the following concepts is NOT an important aspect in teaching vocabulary that she should use in her lesson?

Question 2 2. An English teacher is using a PowerPoint assessment as a way to see if his students understand the material they have been learning in the novel they are reading. What type of assessment is he using to assess his students?

Question 3 3. When a teacher tells their students to use their background knowledge when trying to comprehend the text they are reading, which strategy are they trying to implement?

Question 4 4. Out of the list of signal words below, which would be an example of one that would show cause/effect organizational structure?

Question 5 5. While in the classroom it is a good idea to use different instructional strategies to teach your students. What successful strategy has students assume the role of the teacher while they present materials to their classmates?

Question 6 6.

A Master Reading Teacher has been helping out a fellow reading teacher with various concepts, including the difference between assonance and consonance. They have the students work in groups of two saying the following examples. One student will read the example and the other will say why it would be an example of either assonance or consonance. The teachers will walk around and see if the students understand the concepts.

Which of the following would be an example of assonance that the teachers should be monitoring for understanding?

Question 7 7.

A Master Reading Teacher has noticed that one of his colleagues' classes are having a hard time figuring out the difference between narrative points of view. He helps this teacher by modeling a lesson that he has done on the material.

Which of the following models would be the best way for this teacher to teach the materials?

Question 8 8. Miss Phillips is using phonics to help her students better connect letters to phonemes. She has been teaching them how consonants blend together to make a sound. Which of the following words has a consonant blend in it?

Question 9 9. A Master Reading Teacher is using Bloom's Taxonomy in his classroom to help create higher-level questions for his students. He wants to make sure that he is using a good mixture of each. Which of the following levels of Bloom's Taxonomy holds the highest-level questions for students?

Question 10 10.

A seventh-grade English teacher is teaching his students about symbolism through the use of metaphors. He explains to his students that a metaphor compares two unlike things without using 'like' or 'as'.

Which of the following would be an example he could use in his class to help demonstrate the concept?

Question 11 11. There are three different types of transitions that can be used in writing: transitions that signal continuity, transitions that signal contrast, and transitions that simply signal where you are in the passage. Which of the following transitions is an example of a transition that signals a contrast?

Question 12 12. Mr. Colfer has been teaching his students the high-frequency words that they will find in their reading material. What out of the following lists is a good example of what he would be teaching them?

Question 13 13.

Mr. Morrison has been teaching various literary devices in his classes for a couple of weeks. For his next lesson, he will teach the concept of foreshadowing to his students. First, he will give a brief definition of what foreshadowing is, then four students will read examples of literary devices. These will be examples of literary devices they have learned previously and foreshadowing.

What sort of strategy is he using in this lesson?

Question 14 14. Miss Nelson is teaching her special education students about the parts of words. She and the Master Reading Teacher have been working together to get her students to speak more fluently. Which of the following parts of a word is an important aspect to focus on to help them speak more fluenlty?

Question 15 15. How might interdisciplinary assignments help increase subject matter learning in art?

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TExMaT Master Reading Teacher (085): Practice & Study Guide Final Free Practice Test Instructions

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