Print & Nonprint Texts: Examples & Uses


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1. Which is NOT an example of print text?

2. Which is a non-print text?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Students need to learn about print and non-print texts. The questions on this quiz and worksheet will allow you to demonstrate what you know about teaching about these texts, including examples.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You will be tested on the following:

  • Stage of the writing process when teachers should expose students to print and non-print text
  • Item teachers should use when teaching print and non-print text
  • Guideposts teachers use to determine student goals and learning
  • Examples of non-print text

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you absorb and remember the important information from the print and non-print texts lesson
  • Critical thinking - apply appropriate concepts to analyze information about the writing process in a different light
  • Information recall - utilize the knowledge you've attained regarding examples of print and non-print text

Additional Learning

To find out more about these two types of texts, check out the corresponding lesson called Print & Nonprint Texts: Examples & Uses. This lesson will help you accomplish these objectives:

  • Understand the purpose of writing
  • Know why authors use their words
  • Learn about the types of tools authors use to communicate
  • Review a sample instruction scenario involving a writing teacher