Ch 11: Virginia Communication & Literacy Assessment (VCLA) Flashcards

About This Chapter

Check out these mobile-friendly flashcard sets as you prepare for the VCLA. Inside the chapter, you'll find easy-to-use study flashcards that can help you memorize the reading instruction and literacy topics that appear on the assessment.

Virginia Communication & Literacy Assessment (VCLA) Flashcards - Summary

If you need to get ready for the Virginia Communication and Literacy Assessment (VCLA), try studying with this collection of helpful flashcard sets. As you prepare for the test, use the flashcards to reinforce your understanding of essential reading comprehension and writing strategies. The flashcards cover many VCLA topics, including:

  • Word meaning
  • Main ideas and supporting details
  • Text summarization and analysis
  • Grammar and punctuation
  • Essay writing and revision

How They Work

As you prepare for the VCLA, follow these steps for each communication and literacy flashcard set:

  •  Open a flashcard set for the VCLA topic you're studying.
  •  Identify the communication and literacy term or concept on the flashcard.
  •  Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
  •  Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
  •  Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
  •  Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.

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