Effective Strategies for Reading Instruction Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Mr. Jones wants to incorporate an authentic activity to teach his students how to recognize maple trees. Which of the following is his best option?

Question 2 2. Poor reading ability:

Question 3 3. Using word study:

Question 4 4. What does PAR stand for in the PAR method of teaching reading and writing?

Question 5 5. What must you do, as a teacher, to be able to promote digital literacy in your classroom?

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Question 6 6. What are content area classes?

Question 7 7. Janet is taking part in a seminar which is run by a facilitator who uses the Socratic method. Considering what you know of this method, which of the following would you expect Janet to feel as she participates in seminar discussion in order to learn key concepts?

Question 8 8. What are the components of quality instruction?

Question 9 9. Which statement is true?

Question 10 10. Which of these is not a benefit of effective feedback?

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Question 11 11. Donna received her marked essay draft from her classmate. He had circled each incorrect verb and explained the grammar rules to her. This student to student feedback is an example of _____.

Question 12 12. What does the KWL strategy ask students to do?

Question 13 13. What age group is best suited to learner-centered teaching?

Question 14 14. The importance of the 'Read Aloud/Think Aloud' strategy is:

Question 15 15. When students summarize a text:

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Question 16 16.

True or False:

Set aside a time each week to read your students' journals.

Question 17 17. Why should a teacher offer feedback in multiple mediums?

Question 18 18. What is the BEST reason to allow students to create their own media?

Question 19 19. Clarifying a particular text reading involves:

Question 20 20. Which of the following is NOT an example of hands-on instruction?

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Question 21 21. What is good strategy for soliciting questions?

Question 22 22. What is the ultimate purpose of media literacy in the classroom?

Question 23 23. When teachers do think-alouds, what do they always do?

Question 24 24. How might you MOST ACCURATELY describe the origins of the Socratic method which still influences teaching today?

Question 25 25. Which word most accurately describes the role of a teacher in a learner-centered classroom?

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Question 26 26. Checking for understanding means teachers are:

Question 27 27. What is the purpose of a three-minute pause?

Question 28 28. Which of these aspects of feedback can be accomplished before writing starts?

Question 29 29.

True or False:

It is never a good idea to ask for your students' opinions in a journal topic.

Question 30 30. Which activity involves looking at the reading selection from a different perspective?

Effective Strategies for Reading Instruction Chapter Exam Instructions

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