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Creating Themes, Units & Lessons Targeting Literacy Skills

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A typical classroom may contain:

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1. Which of the following steps should come first when developing literacy units?

2. Which of the following is a place where teachers can find literacy units and lessons?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

In this short quiz and worksheet are multiple-choice questions designed to gauge your understanding of the steps involved in developing literacy units. Questions also assess your knowledge of a place where teachers can find literacy units and lessons, the type(s) of students in a typical classrooms and topics on which literacy unit themes can be based.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use these assessments to check your understanding of the following:

  • First step in developing literacy units
  • Type(s) of students a typical classroom might contain
  • Place where teachers can locate literacy units and lessons
  • Final step in developing literacy units
  • Type of topic that a literacy unit theme could be based on

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the types of students a typical classroom may contain
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the first and final steps of developing a literacy unit
  • Reading comprehension - read and pull essential information from the accompanying lesson on literacy skills instruction, such as where teachers can find resources for these units

Additional Learning

The lesson associated with this quiz and worksheet is called Creating Themes, Units & Lessons Targeting Literacy Skills. By reviewing this lesson, you can study the following:

  • Reason teachers sometimes have to create their own curriculum materials
  • Examples of themes for a literacy unit
  • Questions to consider when creating objectives for a unit
  • Definition of 'background knowledge'
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