Which of the following reading strategies would you use to determine the theme of a poem?
Which of the following reading strategies would you use to figure out what time your favorite program is on television from the TV guide?
Which of the following reading strategies would you use to read a novel for pleasure?
Which of the following reading strategies would you use to decide which book you want to check out from the library?
Which of the following reading strategies would you use to study for a test?
Which method asks students to write a topic sentence?
How do students analyze when summarizing?
Which is a skill used when note-taking or summarizing?
What does the Reciprocal Teaching method ask students to do?
What is an important component of the One-Sentence method?
Poor reading ability:
Teachers can support student reading by:
The importance of the 'Read Aloud/Think Aloud' strategy is:
Using word study:
Exposing students to information about subject matter before reading is known as:
Reading comprehension should focus on three areas. Which area is the least necessary regarding reading comprehension skills?
How should a teacher instruct students with their thought process while reading?
During reading, what should teachers do to help students identify the main points?
In regards to main characters and the setting of a story, teachers should instruct students to make a _____ to the text.
There are many important features of a text and skills that need to be taught to students. Which answer listed is the least important in reading comprehension?
Predicting is an ongoing process that keeps the reader...
When students make predictions before reading a text and while they read it, it's important that they explain...
From the second a reader sees the title of a text, looks at a picture on the cover, or reads the first line, he or she is using...
One way to provide guided practice for making predictions as students read is to give them a three-column prediction list. This list can help students...
What is the ability to process and understand information we have read?
Which level of reading comprehension is what actually happens in a story?
What is evaluative meaning?
Which of the following is true of inferential meaning?
Which level of reading comprehension must be developed before the others?
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