Activities & Strategies for Student Reading Development


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When creating reading groups, what is the most important factor to consider?

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1. What are some activities to use to help younger readers develop basic skills?

2. What are sight words?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These multiple-choice questions will assess your knowledge of reading development activities and strategies. You'll be quizzed on topics like an important part of creating a reading group and the activities that are used to help young readers form basic skills.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Keep these areas in mind when taking the quiz:

  • Sight words
  • Advantage of children reading to stuffed animals
  • Benefit(s) of reading out loud as a group

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about one of the important aspects of establishing a reading group and a benefit of having a child read to a stuffed animal
  • Defining key concepts - make sure you can accurately define sight words
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the advantages to reading as a group out loud

Additional Learning

You can learn more about reading activities in the accompanying lesson called Activities & Strategies for Student Reading Development. Here are some of the focal points:

  • Success based on creating a system for student reading development
  • Repetition for young readers
  • Collaboration through reading assignments