FINAL EXAM

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in setting fluency goals for students
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Children who are at risk will develop their reading skills
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Students should be taught _____ vocabulary words per week.
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The following statement is true regarding phonemic awareness instruction
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an important comprehension "strategy" that students need to learn is
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blending sounds
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The visual representation of a phoneme is called a
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The Matthew Effect
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when students assume the roles of predictor, summarizer, clarifier, and questioner, they are probably using
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Generally students in tier one are progress monitored
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teaching comprehension involves two basic types of texts. they are
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Field trips can be beneficial because
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When working with older learners
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we learned in our work with vocabulary that students must have a basic knowledge of the language of learning, one program we looked at that addresses this explicitly for our students is
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Students who are at risk benefit from instruction that is
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a way to increase background knowledge is to
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phonemic awareness is
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the most effective way to teach using at risk learners is
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an example of a digraph is
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A program example of synthetic phonics would be
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the phoneme /p/ is
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Some of the phonemic awareness subskills from the continuum are
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assessment for comprehension includes
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The ability to hear the smallest unit of speech in the English language is
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when sounds vibrate in the vocal chords those are called
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The least intensive setting in a child's instructional day would be
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an example of a word with an open syllable would be
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a word with no affixes is
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the average wait-time needed for comprehension between the end of a teacher question and the beginning of a student response is
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Pseudowords are
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According to Beck, the vocabulary guru, there are three tiers of words. Tier one words refer to words that...
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technology is a way to grab student attention. one app that we looked at from the ipad was support for vocabulary instruction to learn
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progress monitoring involves
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Sentence repetition is an important skill for many students who are at risk as evidence by the article we jigsawed ("why dont students like school"?) Both listening and reading copmrehension depend on children being able to hold information in
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The best time to intervene with reading instruction with at risk students is
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One method to enhance student learning for at risk children is to
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round robin reading is not encouraged because
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When a teacher needs to test to see if one of her students has a command of phonemic awareness she needs to use the
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in modeling and instructing comprehension
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the purpose of using the teacher/student game in class is for
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a helpful website that supports vocabulary assessment that we visited in class is
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In the RTI model, the term used for instruction that all of the students get in regular education
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An effective strategy to teach fluency is
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another "tried and true" assessment for vocabulary that was cited in the back of our text is
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one way to teach vocabulary directly is through
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To teach using the analogy method of phonics, you would
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The five years of a solid reading program include
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The following statement is true regarding intonation or voice pitch under the umbrella of fluency
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examples of story grammars include
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Mrs. Smith calls a word out to her students. The word is "mash". She asks them how many sounds it has. some of the students say "4". when she pulls those students to the side and questions them further, they tell her .... "4. m-a-s-h. 4." Mrs smith knows she must teach more