Approaches to Literacy Instruction Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Judah has his class cook a meal together, and then they write a recipe book as a class. This is an example of a(n) ____ learning experience.

Question 2 2. Ira wants to implement the language experience approach in his classroom. He should:

Question 3 3. Regarding the literature-based approach to reading, when every student reads and discusses the same book, it is called the ____ approach.

Question 4 4. The system of relationships between written and spoken language is called:

Question 5 5. Children taught using ____ phonics instruction can view reading as a chore.

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Question 6 6. Promoting reading and writing through students' personal experiences is called the ____ approach to literacy.

Question 7 7. Which of the following is NOT an element of the language experience approach to literacy?

Question 8 8. Having small groups of students read and discuss a single book is the trademark of the ____ approach, within literature-based reading.

Question 9 9. Combining several different approaches to literature-based instruction is called the ____ approach.

Question 10 10. Yoko has her students write a memoir about a time they were scared. This is an example of a(n) ____ learning experience.

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Question 11 11. Teaching reading through exposure to literature is called ____ instruction.

Question 12 12. ____ phonics instruction has more scientific evidence supporting its efficacy.

Question 13 13. Clarissa decides to teach the 'sh' sound by reading a poem where every line starts with a word with 'sh' in it. She is using ____ phonics instruction.

Question 14 14. Tanisha explains to her class the phonics rule that an 'e' at the end of a word is usually silent in English. She is using ____ phonics instruction.

Question 15 15. In the literature-based approach, when all students in a classroom are reading a different book that they have individually chosen, it is called the ____ approach.

Approaches to Literacy Instruction Chapter Exam Instructions

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