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Scientific & Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which is NOT a reason that speaking and listening skills are important:

Question 2 2. In a Socratic Seminar students will:

Question 3 3. In a pop-up debate, the teacher will NOT:

Question 4 4. English Language Arts teachers need to include all of the following EXCEPT _____ in their instruction.

Question 5 5. Adding variety to literacy can include all of the following text types except:

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Question 6 6. In addition to teaching content, instructors should give students _____ on how to solve problems.

Question 7 7. In the FOCAL SKILL model, the _____ is the first module introduced.

Question 8 8. Which benefits can a teacher see in implementing a Self-Introduction activity in class?

Question 9 9. The language domain of _____ is present in all of the other domains.

Question 10 10. You are just beginning to teach reading to your kindergartners. Which of the following activities would be a good place to start?

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Question 11 11. Katy is a third-grade student who is reading on grade level. She can sound out words and read fluently. However, Katy has a difficult time explaining what she just read. What might you do to help her improve?

Question 12 12. Being able to hear and separate the sounds in a word is called _____.

Question 13 13. Evidence-based instruction can be defined as:

Question 14 14. Which strategy below promotes student-centered learning?

Question 15 15. Before starting a literary unit or literature analysis, it's important to do all of the following EXCEPT:

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Question 16 16. Why should your special education students write as often as possible?

Question 17 17. What is an effective strategy for your special education students during the drafting stage of writing?

Question 18 18. Which strategy would help special education students during the prewriting stage?

Question 19 19. What is the first thing teachers need to do when teaching phonemic awareness?

Question 20 20. How many phonemes are in the word dog?

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Question 21 21. Which skill is not screened for phonemic awareness?

Question 22 22. What is scientifically based reading research (SBRR) for?

Question 23 23. Scientific based reading research supports programs that increase what?

Question 24 24. How does all scientifically based reading research (SBRR) begin?

Question 25 25. In save the last word, students explain _____ sentences from the text on their index card.

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Question 26 26. When thinking about differentiation, a teacher:

Question 27 27. In a Read and Retell activity, which is the sequence of activities?

Question 28 28. When a students have a difficult time reading accurately at a quick pace, they need more practice with _____.

Question 29 29. How do annotation and vocabulary strategies connect to student-centered learning?

Question 30 30. To build fluency, students should write often in a variety of _____ and _____.

Scientific & Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction Chapter Exam Instructions

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