Foundations of Reading: Understanding Literary Texts Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which strategy would you use to create a mental image of the text?

Question 2 2. Which reading comprehension strategy would help you sum up what the whole text is about?

Question 3 3. 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?

Question 4 4. Which of the following is true?

Question 5 5. Why is prior knowledge important?

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Question 6 6. How should a teacher instruct students with their thought process while reading?

Question 7 7. Reading comprehension should focus on three areas. Which area is the least necessary regarding reading comprehension skills?

Question 8 8. Which of the following would a reader NOT do in the second phase in the literary analysis process?

Question 9 9. In examining author style and language, what is it that you need to already have a working knowledge of?

Question 10 10. Prior knowledge refers to:

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Question 11 11. What are the five reading comprehension strategies discussed in this lesson?

Question 12 12. What does it mean to analyze literature?

Question 13 13. What does it mean to make an inference?

Question 14 14. Applying what you know about U.S. history when you read a historical novel is an example of using _____.

Question 15 15. Literal language refers to the use of words solely by their…

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Question 16 16. Prior knowledge makes learning:

Question 17 17. What term identifies the use of words in figures of speech to convey meanings different from their usual definitions?

Question 18 18. What does reading comprehension mean?

Question 19 19. To begin your close reading, _____.

Question 20 20. What is the benefit of reciprocal teaching?

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Question 21 21. When reading a story, it is important to _____ or find the intended meaning.

Question 22 22. To annotate a text you might _____.

Question 23 23. In regards to main characters and the setting of a story, teachers should instruct students to make a _____ to the text.

Question 24 24. Which of these media would most likely be the most open to literal interpretation?

Question 25 25. What is the purpose of the talking ball?

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Question 26 26. What is unique about Where Do You Stand? compared to most class discussion activities?

Question 27 27. Clues to an author's intended meaning may be found through historical contexts, culture contexts, the author's background, and _____.

Question 28 28. Activating prior knowledge can prepare you for learning. One way to do so is by:

Question 29 29. Which statement is correct?

Question 30 30. You have a dinner party and all the guests ask for seconds. What is the most logical conclusion?

Foundations of Reading: Understanding Literary Texts Chapter Exam Instructions

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