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Writing Processes & Development Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Johan speaks in simple, grammatically correct sentences, like, 'Let's go.' and 'She came late.' Johan is in stage ____ of grammar development.

Question 2 2. Stage ____ of punctuation development involves being able to correctly use simple end-sentence punctuation.

Question 3 3. Stage ____ of punctuation development involves being able to use complex punctuation, and coincides with stage four of grammar development.

Question 4 4. Leslie speaks and writes in complex sentences, which means she is in stage ____ of grammar development.

Question 5 5. Kira speaks in mostly two-word sentences, like, 'Gimme.' and 'I want.' Kira is in stage ____ of grammar development.

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Question 6 6. Winnie likes to write long sequences of letters, without any rhyme or reason to them, and with no spaces. She is probably in the ____ stage.

Question 7 7. A child is scribbling with his entire body. He is likely in the ____ stage.

Question 8 8. When a child scribbles things that look like letters, but aren't, she is in the ____ stage.

Question 9 9. When a child writes words based solely on sound, without any thought about rules of language, she is in the ____ stage.

Question 10 10. A five-year-old spells words with just one or two letters, because he doesn't understand very much about phonics. He is in the ____ stage.

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Question 11 11. A child who scribbles on a paper, but does not fully realize that the way they move their hand determines what type of scribbles they make, is likely in the _____ stage of writing development.

Question 12 12. When children write words without spaces between them, they are likely in the _____ stage of writing development.

Question 13 13. A child who draws things that look like letters, but aren't really letters is likely in the _____ stage of writing development.

Question 14 14. A child who writes phrases, but does not use punctuation, and misspells many words, is likely in the _____ stage of writing development.

Question 15 15. When children write a random string of letters, they are likely in the _____ stage of writing development.

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Question 16 16. Presenting your writing in a nice way is called:

Question 17 17. Correcting spelling and grammar is part of:

Question 18 18. Brainstorming is an example of:

Question 19 19. Changing or rearranging the ideas in a piece is called:

Question 20 20. Composing a first draft occurs in the ____ stage.

Writing Processes & Development Chapter Exam Instructions

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