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_____ reading is used extensively with young children to show them systematically how prints work.
A. Guided
B. Shared
b
_____ reading lessons work with small groups of children who are at approzimately the same fevelopmental reading level.
A. Guided
B. Shared
a
____ reading would be concerned with developing childrens phonemic awareness.
A. Guided
B. Shared
b
Both shared and guided reading seek to teach children
A. story grammar
b comprehension monitoring
C. context strategies
D all of the above
E. B and C
d
Silen reading can be a part of shared reading
A. true
B. false
b
TO successfully recreate a story by using puppets, children must always deal with this aspect of comprehension
A. accurate interpretation of characters
B. correct use of grammar when speaking
C. correct sequence of event
D. script writeing
c
For a text to be considered on a childs instructional reading level the child would have to accureately recognize ____ of the words
A. 90-95
B. 75-90
C. 75-80
D. 70-75
a
Because shared and guided reading activites focus on children learning how to comprehend text phonics activities are not usually included
A. true
B. False
b
to provide more support for childrens comprehension of text the ______ reaading structure takes place over a series of days
A. Guided
B. Shared
b
Typically during this type of reading the teach would include key stopping points to ask children if they want to revise their predictions abour the story being read
A. Guided
B. Shared
C. both
c
Childre should not be introduced to ____ readin until ample time has been spent in ___ reading
A. Shared guided
B.Guided Shared
b
Questions about synonyms for a word used in a quided or shared readin selection are ____ questions
a. syntactic
b. semantic
c. graphophonic
d. metacognitive
b
Questions about the use of present or past tense in a guided or shared readin selection are ____ questions
a. syntactic
b. semantic
c. graphophonic
d. metacognitive
a
questions about checking for comprehension in a guided or shared reading selection are ___ questions.
a. syntactic
b. semantic
c. graphophonic
d. metacognitive
d
Big books woudl most likely be used in a ___ reading setting
A. guided
B. Shared
b
In order to assist children in learning to write it is best to provide restricted topics so they can come up with ideas that are clearly reated to a single topic
A. true
B. false
b
identifying and correcting mechanical errors should occur during the ____ stage of the writing process.
A. drafting
B. editing
C. revising
D. publishing
b
During draftin children should be encouraged to use a dictionary or a thesaurus to help them in finding words that can be used in their writing
A. true
B. false
b
The language experience approach is well suited for modeling beginning reading and writing because
A. it requires very little preparation time for a teacher
B. it is effective in helping children learn difficult vocabulary
C. it is effective in helping children understand why spelling is important
D. it uses childrens own words as written materials
d
discussion of the following would be beneficial in heling children understand expository writing
a. cause/effect and probelm/solution
b. plot/problem and resolution of conflict
c. character/setting and theme
d. chronological order
a
which of following is an accureate statement regarding the between readin and writing
A. writing can develop easily after children have learned the basics of sound-sound relationships
B. written experimentation with print should be delayed until children are comfortable with the use of short and long vowels.
c. children must have experienced some success with reading before they begin to write.
D. reading and writing are mutually supportive of each other
d
for children possibly the most difficult aspect of learning to wrie is
A. developing an understanding of how grammar contributes to effective writing
b proofreading their own work
c developing a sense of audience
d developing topics
c
in order to teach children how to deal with difficult writing topics in the future they should be require to finish all pieces of their writings
a. true
b. false
b
this literary device is related to appealing to a readers senses
a. irony
b. hyperbole
c. symbolism
d imagery
d
the following sentence is a good example of ___ " after he spent the night celebrating his head felt as big as a watermelon.
a. irony
b. hyperbole
c. symbolism
d a simile
e both b and d
e
because writing is the most difficult language art to acquire and because research has shown that children who read well usually become good writers teaching about the writing process should be delayed until approximately the second grade when children have learned more about the reading process.
a. true
b. false
b
if a child can accurately retell a story a teacher can be assured that the child has achieved comprehension
a. true
b. false
a
guided reaing lessons must be conducted on childrens instructional levels but shared reading lessons can be conducted on childrens frustration levels.
a. true
b. false
a
a discussio of a reading section with very young children should begin usually with _____ questions.
a. convergent
b. divergent
c literal
d inference
e a and c
e
homogeneous grouping is acceptable for quided reading but not for shared reading
a. true
b. false
a
guided reading focuses heavily on teaching emergent literacy skills
a. true
b. false
b
a teachers best approach for helping children improve their writing is to
a. raised question about areas that might not be well understood by an audience
b. conduct minilessons on all mechanics
c have children share all writings with the class
d. have children use specific models for all writing
a
the illustration in the book the polar express are primarily
a. expressionistic
b realistic
c impressionistic
d none of the above
c
ther tem/phrase most often associated with ones prior knowlege and past experiences is
a comprehension awareness
b metacognition
c structural awareness
d schemata
d
the two composing language arts are
a writing and speaking
b writing and listening
c listening and reading
d listening and speaking
a
the two receptive laguage arts are
a writing and speaking
b writing and listening
c listening and reading
d listening and speaking
c
Generally the largest vocabulary of a very young child is his/her ___ vocabulary
a speaking
b listening
c reading
d writing
b
plots appropriate for very young readers may include all the following except
a. chapters
b fast action
c flashacks
d personal conflicts
c
the most difficult language art to acquire is
a listening
b reading
c writing
d speaking
c
according to the video shown in class approximately how much classroom time should be allocated for children to read materials written on their independent level.
a 100
b 50
c 70
d none because they should be working on their instructional level
c
the skills involved in this language are are realy taught in traditional classrooms
a. speaking
b listening
c reading
d writing
b
the terms static and dynamitic deal with an illustrators use of
a. shapes
b lines
c. composition
d hues
c
the term doublespread is related to a books
a text spacing
b pages
c picture layout
d framing
c
an example of this type of story woudl be one about a child having to deal with a bully in school
a concept
b bibliotherapy story
c personified story
d coming of age story
b
to help keep childrens attention the illustrators for the best childrens books must always use color
a true
b false
b
the best way for a teacher to assess if a young child has comprehended a story is to
a ask the child a specific set of questiong covering setting plot characters etc
b let the child draw a picture of his/her favorite part of the story
c. ask the child to give a summary of the story
d. ask the child to retell the story
d
reading supports writing but writing doesn not necessarily support reading
a. true
b false
b
the genre used for most bibliotherapy books is
a realistic fiction
b nonfiction
c traditional literature
d modern fantasy
a
this type of art is most concerned with the effect of light on objects
a surrealistic
b expessionistic
c impressionistic
d cartoon
c
generally content in a book for children should no be treated in a stule that is
a humorous
b suspenseful
c nostalgic
d isually descriptive
c
story grammar is related to
a plots
b characters
c sttings
d all of the above
d
picture walks are excellent for helping children
a activate schemata
b learn new vocab
c develop an awareness of phonemes
d use of story grammar
a
the language art that is discauraged the most in traditional classrooms is
a reading
b listening
c speaking
d wrting
c
observing a child as he/she works with others on a project is an example of ___ evaluation
a formative
b summative
a
for a text to be considered on a childs independent reading level the child would have to accurately reconize _____ of the individual words
a. 99-100
b 90-95
c85-90
d at least 75
a
board books are typicall written for
a first graders
b all chidlren
c 1-3 yr olds
d second graders
c
which of the following factors has proen to be the most valuable in teaching students to read
a basal readers
b phonics intruction
c skills instruction
d expert teaching
d
in picture book illustrations _____ lines suggest action or movement
a horizontal
b diagonal
c vertical
d circular
b
follow the drinking gourd uses a/an ____ style of are to the illustrations
a cartoon
b impressionistic
c naive or fold
d surrealistic
c
the point of view that should never be used by an author in writing children stories is
a first person
b second person
c third person
d limited third person
b
wordless picuter books are most useful for helping children develop
a scemata
b prediction strategies
c awareness of artistic styles
d understanding of figureative laguages
b
if an author wants a reader to identify closely with a main character using the _____ point of view will be most effectie
a omiscient
b third person
c limited third person
d second person
e first person
e
the traditional fairytale goldilocks and the three bears would be an excellent example of an authors use of _______
a personification
b anthropomophism
c fiurative language
d sumbolism
b
the harrry potter books would be classed as
a bibliotherapy
b modern fantasy
c traditional literature
d realistic fictin
b
in the book hatchet the plot conflict is concerned with
a. person against person
b person agaist sel
c person against nature
d person against society
c
the magic school bus is a series of books related to
a modern fantasy
b biography
c informational books
d none of the above
c
the highest award a picture book can receive in america is the ____ award
a. cldecott awad
b scott odell award
c nebery medal
d national book award
e jefferson cup
a
chicka chicka boom boom is a ___ pattern book
a. cumulative
b recurring
c rhyming
d familiar sequence
c
if you give a mouse a cookie is a ______ pattern book
a. cumulative
b recurring
c rhyming
d familiar sequence
a
the very hungry caterpillar is a ____ pattern book
a. cumulative
b recurring
c rhyming
d familiar sequence
d
Green eggs and Ham is a ___ pattern book.
a.cumulative
b.recurring
c.rhyming
d.familar sequence
c
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see? is a ____ pattern book.
a.cumulative
b.recurring
c.rhyming
d.familar sequence
b
One of the ost difficult aspects of writting historical fiction is the writer's ability to
a.development of the character
b.be historically accurate
c.develop language or dialouge
d.present culturally authentic settings
c
The main character in the Corduroy series of books is an excellent example of an author's use of
a.anthropomorphism
b.static development
c.transfiguration
d.personification
d
In the book Tuck Everlasting, the conflict is
a.person agaisnt person
b.person against self
c.person against nature
d.person against society
b
The books about the character Jenny B. Jones are noted for the author's use of
a.historical settings
b.realistic language
c.personification
d.rhyme
b
In historical fiction, the main character is usually a real historical figure
a.true
b.false
b
Possibly the most difficult aspect of writing modern fantasy is related to an author's creation of
a.setting
b.conflict
c.point of view
d.characters
a
The book Shiloh uses anthropomorphism
a.true
b.false
b
The judy blume books often addressed this theme
a loyalty and honor
b coming of age
c struggle of good vs evil
d family conflicts
b
historical fiction is usually defined as the time up to and including the _________ war.
a korean
b civel
c wwII
d iraq
e vietnam
e
to be a true bibliotherapy book, the chacters should always be human beings
a true
b false
b
in the book joey pigza swallowed the key the main conflict is
a person against person
b person against self
c person gainst nature
d person against society
b
_____ are stories intended to answer why question about natural occurring events in nature
a fables
b myths
c legends
d pourquoi
d
_____ are stories that always involved gods and goddesses
a myths
b fables
c parables
d poirquoi
a
golilocks and the 3 bears is a nd excellent exmaple of a ____ tale
a. pourquoi
b trickster
c beast
d fairy
c
stories related to ing arthur or robin hood should probably be classed as
a myths
b tall tales
c legends
d realistic tales
c
________ is a theory that indicated that folktales traveled around the world form a common group of ancient ancestors
a monogenesis
b culturalism
c polygenesis
dindo europen migration
a
_____ are tales haing characters such as eleves pizes genies etc
a poirquoi
b fables
c fairy tales
d tall tales
c
________ are short stories that usually use animal characters to teach a stated or implied moral
a pourquoi
b beast tales
c fables
d parables
c
the true story of the 3 little pigs is an excellent exaple of a
a fractured folktale
b folktale variant
c noodlehead story
d trickster tale
a
the most distinctive element of a folktale is its
a elaborate setting
b fast moving plot
c detailed characterization
d use of involved dialogs
b
stone soup is a traditional folktale that should be classes as a __________ tale.
a trickster
b noodlehead
c cumulative
d realistic
b
_____ is the awad given annually for traditional literature
a caldecott award
b newbery medal
c aesop prize
d wilder award
c
_______ raditional literature stories are most common in american culture but such stories are most common in american culture but such stories have been documented in other cultures
a trickster
b fairy
c fables
d tall tales
d
backdrop settings are
a common in folktales
b rare in folktales
c only found in tal tales
d ony found in fables
a
characters in traditional literature are usually
a well developed
b multidimensional
c stereotypes
d real people
c
the napping house is a ___ pattern book
a cumulative
b recurring
c rhyming
d familiar sequence
a
blueberries for sal is noted for its unusual _____.
a parallel plit development
b linear plot development
c backdrop setting
d static character development
a
the judy blume books often addressed this theme
a social responsibility
b coming of age
c struggle of good vs evil
d family conflicts
b
because traditional literature stories are rarely culture specific they are usually free of stereotypes
a true
b false
b
this book was considered ground breaking in that it featured a young AA as the main character
a out of the dust
b molly bannaky
c the snowy day
d follow the drinking gourd
c
the mitten is a ______ pattern book
a cumulative
b recurring
c rhyming
d familiar sequence
a
broen bear brown beark what do you see is a ___ pattern book
a cumulative
b recurring
c rhyming
d familiar sequence
b
the books about the character jenny b jones are noted for the authors use of
a historical settings
b realistic language
c personification
d omniscient point of view
b
this book would be best classified as a poirquioi tale
a muffaros beautiful daughters
b grandfrather twilight
c coyote
d the mitten
c
which one of the following books does not belong in the same genre as the others
a muffaros beautiful daughters
b pink and say
c. molly bannaky
d out of the dust
a
the books my rotten readheaded little brother and jenny b jones is a beauty shop guy both have this literary device in common
a setting
b language
c plot
d characterization
b
this book used extensive impressionist are
a follow the drinking fourd
b grandfather twilight
c where the wild things are
d the snowy day
b
this book was basically one long run on sentence
a where the wild things are
b david goes to shcool
c its hard to be five
d the day my runny nose ran away
a
which one of the following books doesnot belong in a list with the others based upon the illustrations?
aits hare to be 5
b tub toys
c the true story of the 3 little pigs
d follow the drinking gourd
d
this books primary setting was in colonial america
a pink and say
b out of the dust
c the mitten
d molly bannaky
d
if handled correctly all books on any topic can be read aloud to children
a true
b false
b
whereas its useful to have children discuss and disagree about values expressed in books teachers should always seek to have children reach a consensus
a true
b false
b
this book would not be read in a public school
a silver packages
b are you there god its me margaret
c the tale of the 3 trees
d the BFG
c
which one of the following books did not have a good match between the text and the illustrations
a the relatives came
b when i was young in the mountains
c silved packages
d the mitten
a
the concept of slavery plays a role in all of the following books except
a pink and say
b molly bannaky
c out of the dust
d follow the drinking gourd
c
the literary element of onomatopoeia is featured in all the following books except
a ten in the bed
b going on a bear hunt
c the very busy spider
d 3 billy coats gruff
a
all of the following books would be classed as emergent literacy books except
a the kissing hand
b 3 billy goats gruff
c the very busy spider
d there was an onld lady who swallowed a shell
a
classify the following question according to blooms taxonomy what would happen if the story ended with goldilocks ebing causght by the 3 bears
a comprehension
b analysis
c application
d evealuation
c
to be a true vibliotherapy book the characters should always be human beings
a true
b false
b