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Quiz Chapter 6

Quiz by Michelle

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  • Q1
    To become a fluent reader, a student must:
    Spell high frequency words correctly
    Articulate multi-syllabic words
    Define function words clearly
    Automatically Recognize most words
  • Q2
    The ability to orally read sentences expressively, with appropriate phrasing and intonation, is known as:
    Choral reading
  • Q3
    Of the following, the best way to assess students' reading fluency is to:
    Use morphemic analysis
    Engage in partner reading
    Listen to them read aloud
    Use a miscue analysis
  • Q4
    Word Walls are appropriate:
    When students have visual disabilities
    Only in kindergarten to grade three
    Only for students above a first grade reading level
    At any grade level
  • Q5
    Of the following, the best way for teachers to monitor students' spelling of high-frequency words is to:
    Administer weekly spelling tests
    Analyze children's writing samples
    Ask students to give frequent reports
    Hold weekly spelling bees
  • Q6
    Most children should become fluent writers by the time they reach:
    Second grade
    Fourth grade
    First grade
    Age seven
  • Q7
    Reading fluency involves the three components known as:
    Speed, automaticity, and prosody
    Automaticity, stamina, and comprehension
    Automaticity, prosody, and articulation
    Speed, reading accuracy, and comprehension
  • Q8
    As students mature and become more strategic readers, they typically:
    Vary their reading rate depending on the text
    Focus upon the vowel sounds in each word
    Focus upon decoding each word in a text
    Read all texts at the same rate
  • Q9
    Of the following, the best way to help students who are English learners become more fluent readers and writers is to:
    Immerse them in oral language activities
    Provide short sentences for copying activities
    Translate all instructional materials
    Provide activities that will build fine motor skills for handwriting
  • Q10
    The best way to help students who struggle with fluency is to:
    Send them to special classes
    Dramatically increase the amount of reading and writing they do every day
    Drill and practice sight word recognition
    Have them complete numerous worksheets

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