Influences on Constructing Meaning


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Forming ideas about the intent of a text is referred to as ______.

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1. The belief that readers view what they read only through the lens of what they already know is known as the ______.

2. Mastery of the rules of a language is often referred to as ______.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This informative quiz/worksheet combo is designed to test your knowledge of the influences on constructing meaning. When you take a moment to answer these multiple-choice questions, you'll address topics such as prior knowledge, what the mastery of the rules of a language is called and what helps readers understand synonyms, hyperbole and plurality.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

See how well you know the following by taking this quiz:

  • What forming ideas about the intent of a text is called
  • The belief that readers use what they already know to interpret what they read
  • What the mastery of the rules of a language is referred to as
  • A true statement about prior knowledge
  • What helps readers understand the use of plurality, synonyms and hyperbole

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about what forming ideas about the intent of a text is called
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what the belief that readers view what they read through the filter of what they know is called
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson about the influences on constructing meaning, like what we call mastery of language rules

Additional Learning

We've made it easy to learn more about this subject by providing you with a mobile-friendly lesson titled Influences on Constructing Meaning, which you can review any time. Answer these questions to achieve the following goals:

  • Explain how sociocultural differences affect the construction of meaning
  • Identify one of the influences on constructing meaning that is the most crucial
  • Discuss the influence that involves two very different viewpoints by people of different socioeconomic backgrounds