Choral Reading, Repeated Reading & Assisted Reading: Definition & Activities


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Reading aloud at the same time as other student is called ____ reading.

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1. When a student reads a passage over and over, it is called ____ reading.

2. Having students follow along silently as they listen to a fluent reader reading aloud, it is called ____ reading.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet assessment provides you with the opportunity to test your understanding of a few reading techniques that teachers can employ in reading class. You must be able to recognize each of these approaches based on given descriptions in order to correctly answer all quiz questions.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This assessment is designed to check your ability to:

  • Note which strategy is exemplified by more than one student reading aloud
  • Name which strategy is marked by a student reading a passage over and over
  • State which reading strategy involves students following along as a fluent reader reads aloud
  • Select the term that is defined as reading quickly, smoothly, and with understanding
  • List sources of audio assistance in audio-assisted reading

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you can draw the most important information from the lesson on educational strategies for reading, such as sources of audio assistance
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what term describes smooth and quick reading
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to accurately describe reading strategies that involve students reading aloud, reading a passage over and over, and following along with a fluent reader

Additional Learning

Get more details about this topic by referring to the lesson titled Choral Reading, Repeated Reading & Assisted Reading: Definition & Activities. You can learn more about:

  • Why choral reading would be used
  • Who the repeated reading strategy is best used for
  • Which reading strategy might take up a lot of class time