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Teachers can help children discover the meanings of unfamiliar words by teaching the use of: a. context clues b. phonics clues c. structure clues d. both a and c d. both a and c
Homonyms are words that are: a. spelled alike b. pronounced differently c. pronounced alike d. both a and b c. pronounced alike
Which of the following is an example of an analogy? a. the wind spoke softly into her ear b. the girl was as pretty as a picture c. soft is to hard as good is to bad d. none of these c. soft is to hard as good is to bad
Relating new vocabulary to students' experiences: a. is not feasible in the classroom b. detracts from the acquisition of vocabulary c. enhances the acquisition of vocabulary d. has no effect on the acquisition of vocabulary c. enhances the acquisition of vocabulary
A technique that encourages students to think deeply about words is: a. writing the words ten times each b. looking up dictionary definitions c. filling out workbook exercises related to the words d. class discussion d. class discussion
All of the following are context clues to word meaning except: A. definition clues. B. appositive clues. C. punctuation clues. D. comparison and contrast clues. C. punctuation clues.
The study of word origins and history is called: A. phonics. B. analogy. C. etymology. D. structural analysis. C. etymology.
Concepts can be learned through: A. vicarious experiences. B. concrete experiences. C. Both A and B D. Neither A nor B C. Both A and B
Which of the following statements about figurative language is (are) true? A. For some children, it is a barrier to understanding. B. It is found in abundance in poetry. C. It needs to be taught to children. D. All of these D. All of these
A simile is: A. giving the attributes of a person to an inanimate object or abstract idea. B. an extreme exaggeration. C. a comparison without the words like or as. D. None of these D. None of these
Vocabulary instruction should take place: A. only in reading and language arts classes. B. only once a week. C. throughout the day in all classes. D. None of these C. throughout the day in all classes.
Classifying words into categories supplied by the teacher is doing: A. closed-ended sorts. B. open-ended sorts. C. Both A and B D. Neither A nor B A. closed-ended sorts.
What is true of a rubric? A. It provides specific criteria for describing student performance. B. It gives frustration, instructional, independent, and capacity levels. C. It is a norm-referenced test. D. It measures skill mastery. A. It provides specific criteria for describing student performance
A score of less than 90 percent on word recognition or less than 50 percent on comprehension represents: A. frustration level. B. capacity level. C. independent level. D. instructional level. A. frustration level.
All of the following tests can be constructed by the classroom teacher except a(n): A. oral reading checklist. B. norm-referenced test. C. informal reading inventory. D. sight vocabulary test. B. norm-referenced test.
Methods for identifying the difficulty of texts include: A. cloze tests. B. text leveling. C. readability tests. D. All of these D. All of these
Alternative assessment includes all of the following except: A. checklists. B. standardized tests. C. rubrics. D. informal reading inventories. B. standardized tests.
The most useful type of assessment for classroom teachers is: A. day-to-day observation. B. an informal reading inventory. C. a diagnostic test. D. a standardized achievement test. A. day-to-day observation.
A type of assessment that includes self-evaluation is: A. a running record. B. the cloze procedure. C. holistic assessment. D. an oral reading checklist. C. holistic assessment.
Written accounts of specific classroom incidents are called: A. informal reading inventories. B. portfolios. C. anecdotal records. D. running records. C. anecdotal records.
Portfolio assessment: A. uses samples of students' work. B. is useful for assigning grades in percentages. C. is based on standardized test scores. D. does all of these A. uses samples of students' work.
A type of test that gives percentile ranks is a(n): A. running record. B. standardized test. C. informal reading inventory. D. criterion-referenced test. B. standardized test.
The Response to Intervention (RTI) and Response to Intervention and Instruction (RTII): A. provide an instructional framework for continuous assessment. B. provide an instructional framework for intervention. C. Neither A nor B D. Both A and B D. Both A and B
Which of the following materials are part of basal reader series? A. Readers for students B. Teacher's manuals C. Workbooks D. All of these D. All of these
Wookbooks are best suited for: A. reinforcing skills previously taught in class. B. teaching new skills. C. keeping pupils busy when the teacher is busy. D. All of these A. reinforcing skills previously taught in class.
The characteristics of literature-based and language-integrated series include: A. primarily short excerpts from well-written stories. B. a heavy focus on skill development. C. high-quality literature selections. D. All of these C. high-quality literature selections.
Which of the following statements about the language experience approach is true? A. It utilizes experience charts. B. It cannot be used with pupils below third grade. C. It is a completely new approach. D. It utilizes basal readers. A. It utilizes experience charts.
Which of the following statements about word-bank cards is (are) true? A. They can be used in classification games. B. They can be alphabetized. C. They can serve as a record of a child's progress. D. All of these D. All of these
Which of the following statement about characteristics of language experience charts is true? A. They offer planned repetition of new words. B. They emphasize sequential skill development. C. They provide strict vocabulary control. D. None of these D. None of these
All of the following are characteristic of an individualized reading approach except: A. pupil-teacher conferences. B. self-pacing. C. three static achievement groups. D. self-selection. C. three static achievement groups.
Students participating in an individualized reading approach: A. periodically meet individually with the teacher. B. keep records of the books they read. C. do a lot of independent work at their seats. D. All of these D. All of these
Which of the following statements about linguistic approaches to teaching reading is false? D. Words are sounded out, letter by letter, in some approaches. D. Words are sounded out, letter by letter, in some approaches.
In literature logs, students record: A. personal interpretations. B. questions that arise from the reading. C. Both A and B D. Neither A nor B C. Both A and B
At the heart of a literature-based reading program are: A. language experience stories. B. workbooks. C. tradebooks. D. None of these C. tradebooks.
Which of the following is a type of literature-based reading program? A. A whole-class reading a core book. B. An individualized reading approach. C. Thematic literature units. D. All of these D. All of these
Students may respond to literature through: A. group discussions. B. literature logs. C. creative dramatics. D. All of these D. All of these
The teacher can evaluate students' progress in literature-based programs: A. by listening to the childrens' book talks. B. through a portfolio approach. C. with checklists of important reading behaviors. D. All of these D. All of these
Which of the following is not another way of referring to a sight word approach? A. Look-and-say approach B. Whole-word approach C. Phonics approach D. None of these C. Phonics approach
Irregularly spelled words in the English language are best learned through a: A. structural analysis approach. B. phonics approach. C. sight word approach. D. None of these C. sight word approach.
Which of the following are good types of words to teach as sight words? A. Extremely useful words B. Irregularly spelled words C. Words that are meaningful to children D. All of these D. All of these
All of the following are aspects of structural analysis except: A. context. B. prefixes. C. compound words. D. syllabication. A. context.
When added to root words, suffixes may: A. change the part of speech of the root words. B. change the meaning of the root word. C. Both A and B D. Neither A nor B C. Both A and B
Which of the following is true about prefixes and suffixes? A. They are usually not accented. B. They usually form separate syllables. C. Both A and B D. Neither A nor B C. Both A and B
Which of the following are types of context clues? A. Picture clues B. Syntactic clues C. Semantic clues D. All of these D. All of these
Context clues can exist in: A. definitions. B. appositives. C. comparisons. D. All of these D. All of these
In figuring out the pronunciation of an unfamiliar word, students should: A. consult a dictionary first. B. use a dictionary only as a last resort. C. use a thesaurus. D. never use a dictionary. B. use a dictionary only as a last resort.
To use a dictionary, a student must know: A. alphabetic order. B. how to use guide words. C. how to interpret the pronunciation key. D. All of these D. All of these
The type of context clue for drowsy in the statement "Like her sleepy brother, Mary felt drowsy" is: A. appostive. B. comparison. C. definition. D. contrast. B. comparison.
A recognized list of 220 common terms used as a resource to teach sight words is: A. a word wall. B. a key vocabulary list. C. a Dolch list. D. an environmental print list. C. a Dolch list.
Function words, such as the and or, A. are easily recognized and learned by readers. B. have concrete meaning only. C. have syntactic meaning only. D. None of these C. have syntactic meaning only.
A strategy used to teach context clues that uses a passage in which terms are systematically deleted and replaced with blanks is the: A. cloze passage. B. syntactic passage. C. context passage. D. rehearsal passage. A. cloze passage.
The types of stories that are best for telling are: A. picture books. B. novels. C. stories that require the author’s exact wording. D. folktales. D. folktales.
The Newbery Award is given each year to the: C. author who makes an outstanding contribution to children’s literature. C. author who makes an outstanding contribution to children’s
One recommended technique to encourage students to read voluntarily is: B. setting aside a time for them to read daily from freely selected material. B. setting aside a time for them to read daily from freely selected material.
A teacher’s knowledge of literary genres is essential for establishing a literacy-based curriculum. Which of the following are recognized as types of literary genres? A. Tall tales B. Poetry C. Myths D. All of these D. All of these
Children’s Choices is a list of: A. best-selling books for children. B. books liked by children, compiled by 10,000 children. C. children’s classics. D. books recommended by librarians for children. B. books liked by children, compiled by 10,000 children.
All of the following are effective ways to connect reading and writing through literature except: B. having students copy a poem to improve their handwriting. B. having students copy a poem to improve their handwriting.
Which of the following is true of journal writing? A. Teachers correct spelling in journals. B. Teachers grade journals. C. Writers may choose their own topics. D. None of these C. Writers may choose their own topics.
Which of the following is a desirable practice for having students do oral reading? D. Reading a familiar, well-remembered story to younger children D. Reading a familiar, well-remembered story to younger children
During readers' theater, students: A. read aloud dramatically from a script. B. memorize a script and then play their parts. C. improvise a scene from a familiar story. D. rewrite a story into play form. A. read aloud dramatically from a script.
The first stage in a writing workshop is: A. a minilesson. B. the status-of-the-class conference. C. group share. D. writing. A. a minilesson.
Pourquoi tales are: A. always humorous. B. exaggerations of real-life events and characters. C. stories that explain "why." D. found only in Native-American folklore. C. stories that explain "why."
The Caldecott Award is given each year to the: A. illustrator of the best picture book for children. A. illustrator of the best picture book for children.
In the drafting stage of the writing process, writers: A. make revisions. B. carefully observe the rules of grammar and spelling. C. confer with their peers. D. search for a topic. C. confer with their peers.
When having students respond to literature, the teacher should: C. let students write their reflections in literature logs. C. let students write their reflections in literature logs.
An example of a vicarious experience is: A. watching a video. B. taking a field trip. C. making a class book. D. making vegetable soup. A. watching a video.
The steps in Robinson's SQ3R method are: A. survey, question, read, recite, and review. B. survey, question, read, read, and read. C. seek, query, read, reread, and review. D. None of these A. survey, question, read, recite, and review.
The retention of ideas in material is helped by: A. discussing the material. B. reading all material as rapidly as possible. C. assigning purposes for reading. D. Both A and C D. Both A and C
Which of the following statements about rate of reading is true? C. Rate of reading is not very meaningful when considered apart from comprehension. C. Rate of reading is not very meaningful when considered apart
When they need to look up unfamiliar terms in a book, students should refer to the: A. table of contents. B. glossary. C. preface. D. appendix. B. glossary.
Which of the following is helpful in using reference books? A. The ability to use guide words B. Knowledge of alphabetical order C. The ability to interpret the scale of a map D. All of these D. All of these
An appropriate guideline for note taking is to: A. never use complete sentences in notes. B. copy every word of the section of each reference used. C. include bibliographic references with each note. D. None of these C. include bibliographic references with each note.
In outlines, levels of subordination are indicated by using: A. indentation. B. numerals. C. letters. D. All of these D. All of these
To read maps, students must understand that: A. the legend of a map is the story of the people in the area. B. most maps in books show areas greatly reduced in size. C. scale is unimportant. D. None of these B. most maps in books show areas greatly reduced in size.
Which of the following statements about electronic encyclopedias is (are) true? C. They are available in CD-ROM format that is accessed by a computer. C. They are available in CD-ROM format that is accessed by a
When using databases, students: A. collect and organize data. B. decide on key words to access the data. C. pose questions. D. All of these D. All of these
Teaching study skills is the responsibility of: A. the primary-grade teacher. B. the intermediate-grade teacher. C. Both A and B D. Neither A nor B C. Both A and B
Activities that help develop readiness for outlining include: A. categorization activities. B. forming arrays for stories. C. Both A and B D. Neither A nor B C. Both A and B
Comprehension monitoring should be taught through: A. the cloze procedure. B. worksheets. C. teacher modeling. D. None of these C. teacher modeling.
The reading act is composed of the following two main parts: A) visual and tactile aspects. B) visual and auditory aspects. C) the reading process and the reading product. D) None of these C) the reading process and the reading product.
The aspects included in the reading process are: a) associational aspects b) perceptual aspects c) sensory aspects d) All of these d) All of these
The term for preexisting clusters of information that people develop about things is: a) sensations b) memory traces c) schemata d) None of these c) schemata
Which of the following statements is true? a) Rosenblatt believes that every reading act is a transaction involving a particular reader, the text, and the context. a) Rosenblatt believes that every reading act is a transaction involving a particular reader, the text, and the context.
All of the following are affective aspects of the reading process except: a) attitude b) hearing c) self-concept d) interest b) hearing
Children are likely to develop positive attitudes toward reading: a) when their peers view reading in a positive way. b) when parents read in the home. c) when parents provide them with reading materials. d) in all of these situations. d) in all of these situations.
The refinement of a person's reading skills should: a) end after high school. b) end after sixth grade. c) end after third grade. d) never end. d) never end.
The term for reader-based processing of print is: a) interactive. b) top down. c) bottom up. d) None of these b) top down.
The interactive processing of print means: c) that the reader use both background knowledge and the information from the text to interpret the material. c) that the reader use both background knowledge and the information from the text to interpret the material.
The teacher is responsible for: a) understanding the range of technology available. b) evaluating technological applications. c) integrating technology into the classroom. d) All of these d) All of these
Teachers need to ask which of the following about each potential application of technology in the curriculum? a) Is it cost effective? b) They need to ask all of these questions. c) Is it easy to implement? d) Is it instructionally sound? b) They need to ask all of these questions.
When choosing computer applications, b) the evaluator should make sure that the program is essentially crash proof. b) the evaluator should make sure that the program is essentially crash proof.
Basic kinds of CAI currently used for reading instruction include: a) drill and practice. b) tutorial. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B c) Both A and B
Database programs: a) require few reading skills. b) are too difficult for elementary students to use. c) ask students to provide keywords for efficient data access. d) None of these c) ask students to provide keywords for efficient data access.
Hypermedia applications in computer software can include: a) sound effects. b) text. c) graphics. d) All of these d) All of these
Instructional transparencies: a) provide an efficient way to present some class material. b) are useful only to artistic teachers. c) are outdated and have no value in today's classrooms. d) None of these a) provide an efficient way to present some class material.
Instructional television programs: a) are generally a waste of class time. b) can serve as a basis for note taking and report writing. c) have few literacy applications. d) None of these b) can serve as a basis for note taking and report writing.
Audiotapes and videotapes: a) have no value for assessment purposes. b) are useful for recording class presentations. c) require equipment that is rarely available in classrooms. d) All of these b) are useful for recording class presentations.
CD-ROMs can: a) store large amounts of text, audio, and video information in relatively little space. b) provide high-quality images and sound. c) be accessed in a nonlinear fashion. d) All of these d) All of these
When there is a single computer in a classroom, c) it can be used to record group language experience stories with the use of a projection device. c) it can be used to record group language experience stories with the use of a projection device.
Word-processing software: a) often encourages students to write longer pieces than they do with pencil and paper. b) can be used with the language experience approach. c) takes much labor out of editing and revising. d) All of these d) All of these
Use of spelling and grammar checkers: a) encourages sloppy work. b) involves a critical reading activity. c) is basically cheating. d) None of these b) involves a critical reading activity.
Elementary school students: a) have no valid reasons to use the Internet. b) can use the Internet to collect material for unit studies. c) can use the Internet with complete confidence in the material posted to Web sites. d) None of these b) can use the Internet to collect material for unit studies.
Elementary students can use email to: a) interact with adult mentors (for example, university students). b) interact with authors of children's books. c) hold discussions with students in other parts of the world. d) All of these d) All of these
Web sites that allow users to edit the content are: a) blogs. b) keypal projects. c) online journals. d) wikis. d) wikis.
All of the following techniques foster creative reading except: d) asking only questions that have absolute answers. d) asking only questions that have absolute answers.
Questions that ask for information that has been implied are called: a) inference questions. b) detail questions. c) vocabulary questions. d) main -idea questions. a) inference questions.
Which of the following statements about detail questions is (are) true? a) They are the easiest type to construct. b) They often begin with who, what, where, or when. c) They are bits of information conveyed by the material. d) All of these d) All of these
In preparing comprehension test questions for a selection, the teacher should: c) remember that "hard" tests are not necessarily "good" tests. c) remember that "hard" tests are not necessarily "good" tests.
Interpretive reading is: a) reading beyond the lines. b) reading between the lines. c) reading for stated details. d) None of these b) reading between the lines.
Which if the following statements about textually explicit questions is true? a) They have answers that are directly stated in the text. a) They have answers that are directly stated in the text.
Which of the following statements describes the relationship of literal comprehension to higher-order comprehension? a) Higher-order comprehension depends on literal comprehension. a) Higher-order comprehension depends on literal comprehension.
What role do predictions play when students read? a) Students read to refute them. b) Students read to confirm them. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B c) Both A and B
Which of the following statements about topic sentences is true? a) They are present in all paragraphs. b) They are not related to the main idea of the paragraph. c) They often state the main idea of a paragraph. d) None of these c) They often state the main idea of a paragraph.
Literal comprehension involves: a) evaluating. b) reading beyond the lines. c) making inferences. d) None of these d) None of these
The sentence "Jane has her dog with her" includes a(n): a) restrictive clause. b) anaphoric relationship. c) figurative expression. d) relative clause. b) anaphoric relationship.
Critical reading involves: a) elaborating on or modifying what is read. b) determining the timeliness of the material. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B b) determining the timeliness of the material.
Creative reading is: a) reading beyond the lines. b) reading for evaluation. c) acquiring ideas that are directly stated. d) None of these a) reading beyond the lines.
You can tell a fact from an opinion by whether: a) you agree with it. b) it appears in print. c) it is verifiable. d) it is in quotes. c) it is verifiable.
Vague phrases that are designed to gain adherents to a point of view without providing specifics are called: a) card-stacking techniques. b) glittering generalities. c) transfer techniques. d) testimonials. b) glittering generalities
The propoganda approach that utilizes people's wanting to do what others are doing is called: a) transfer techniques. b) the bandwagon technique. c) name calling. d) glittering generalities. b) the bandwagon technique.
Teachers can first foster critical thinking in: a) fourth grade. b) kindergarten. c) sixth grade. d) high school. b) kindergarten.
Critical readers: a) think while they are reading. b) read with a questioning attitude. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B c) Both A and B
Creative readers: a) accept what they read as it appears. b) use printed material to solve problems. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B b) use printed material to solve problems.
Anticipation guides: a) are designed to stimulate thinking. b) are useful in prereading devices. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B c) Both A and B
Which of the following statements about the relationship between background information and comprehension is true? a) The development of background information prior to reading is likely to enhance comprehension. a) The development of background information prior to reading is likely to enhance comprehension.
Which of the following statements about punctuation marks is true? a) They help turn written language into oral language. b) They represent pauses and pitch changes in oral language. c) Both A and B d) either A nor B c) Both A and B
Reading with a purpose: a) improves comprehension. b) provides focus. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B c) Both A and B
Which of the following statements about the cloze procedure is true? a) It involves the use of both semantic and syntactic clues. a) It involves the use of both semantic and syntactic clues.
All of the following are major structures in Mandler and Johnson's story grammar except: a) setting. b) summary. c) reaction. d) attempt. b) summary.
Semantic mapping is useful for: a) postreading. b) prereading. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B c) Both A and B
Metacognition involves: a) semantic webbing. b) comprehension monitoring. c) the use of story frames. d) None of these b) comprehension monitoring.
Which of the following aspects related to readers affect(s) comprehension? a) Attitudes b) Schemata c) Sensory and perceptual abilities d) All of these d) All of these
The reading situation involves the: a) importance of the reading task for the reader. b) audience for the reading. c) purposes for the reading. d) All of these d) All of these
Which of the following is a likely result of having a student retell a story or selection the class has read, after the teacher has modeled retelling of another selection? b) Comprehension of the story or selection will be enhanced. b) Comprehension of the story or selection will be enhanced.
Comprehension monitoring can be modeled by teachers for students through: a) teacher-directed questioning. b) think-alouds. c) worksheet activities. d) None of these b) think-alouds.
The K-W-L teaching model: a) is generally used with expository text. b) involves primarily teacher demonstration. c) is useful only during the prereading stage. d) All of these a) is generally used with expository text.
Which of the following type(s) of sentences has (have) been found to be difficult for children to comprehend? a) Those in the passive voice. b) Those with relative clauses. c) Those expressing negation. d) All of these d) All of these
Which of the following statements about reading in the content areas is true? d) All of these d) All of these
Which of the following statements about reading skills instruction is (are) true? c) It should take place sometimes in periods other than the reading period. c) It should take place sometimes in periods other than the reading period.
Specialized vocabulary is found in: a) social studies. b) science. c) literature. d) All of these d) All of these
Copyright dates should be checked in: a) science textbooks. b) social studies textbooks. c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B c) Both A and B
The special problems in reading mathematics materials include: a) interpreting abbreviations. b) understanding a different symbol system. c) interpreting story problems. d) All of these d) All of these
In comparison to content-area texts, basal readers: a) contain large numbers of graphic aids. b) are more difficult to read. c) include more planned repetition of new vocabulary. d) are high in idea density. c) include more planned repetition of new vocabulary.
The content of the language arts block includes: a) writing. b) reading. c) speaking. d) All of these d) All of these
Which of the following statements about study guides is (are) true? a) They provide purposes for reading the assignments. b) All members of the class should use the same one. c) They should contain only literal-level questions. d) None of these a) They provide purposes for reading the assignments.
Which of the following statements about the directed reading-thinking activity is (are) true? a) It encourages children to think while they read. b) It can be used with basal reader stories. c) It can be used with basal reader stories. d) All of the d) All of these
To develop thematic content units, teachers must: a) gather related materials. b) choose instructional procedures and related activities. c) decide on goals and objectives for the units. d) All of these d) All of these
To understand literary passages, children need to be able to recognize and analyze: a) themes. b) plots. c) characterization. d) All of these d) All of these
Of the following words, the one that contains a soft c sound is: a) cent. b) cannon. c) cat. d) cute. a) cent.
A single vowel preceding an r: a) usuually has a long sound. b) usually has a short sound. c) is sounded but is neither long or short. d) is not sounded. c) is sounded but is neither long or short.
When does the letter y have the characteristics of a vowel? a) In the initial position in a word or syllable b) In the final position in a word or syllable c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B b) In the final position in a word or syllable
When does the letter w have the characteristics of a consonant? a) In the initial position in a word or syllable b) In the final position in a word or syllable c) Both A and B d) Neither A nor B a) In the initial position in a word or syllable
The term for two or more adjacent consonants in the same syllable, with each individual sound retaining its identity, is: a) consonant blend. b) consonant digraph. c) diphthong. d) None of these a) consonant blend.
The first vowel in a word when there are two vowels and one is the final e usually is: a) long. b) short. c) a schwa. d) silent. a) long.
The schwa sound is ordinarily found in: a) unaccented words. b) accented words. c) one-syllable words. d) None of these. a) unaccented words.
Every syllable contains a: a) consonant sound. b) vowel sound. c) digraph. d) diphthong. b) vowel sound.
Rote knowledge of phonics generalizations: a) will produce a skillful decoder. b) is generally only of temporary value. c) is more effective than connecting the generalizations to experience. d) None of these b) is generally only of temporary value.
The term for words that are spelled alike but are defined differently is: a. synonyms b. antonyms c. homophones d. homographs d. homographs
The term used for words that have the same or similar meanings is: a. homographs b. antonyms c. homophones d. synonyms d. synonyms
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