EDUC 669 Quiz Strategies

EDUC 669 Quiz: Strategies for Constructing Meaning

Covers the Learn material from Module 4: Week 4.

  1. Which of the following are scaffolding strategies?
  2. How is comprehension defined?
  3. How is inferential thinking different from literal thinking?
  4. What is the purpose of reciprocal teaching?
  5. Which of these comprehension tasks are essential to effective comprehension?
  6. Why would a teacher choose to model a think-aloud?
  7. How can teachers stimulate students’ cognitive processing?
  8. What type of information is used to make inferences?
  9. Which of the following is not included in explicit comprehension strategy instruction?
  10. How do critical readers behave?
  11. When can questions be effectively used during a lesson?
  12. Which of the following points should teachers not consider when preparing questions for students?
  13. Why should teachers allow students time to think?
  14. How can teachers guide students to process the ideas they read?
  15. What is the major aspect of critical thinking and reading?
  16. Creative thinking and reading is sometimes described as reading between the lines.
  17. Students can learn strategies and how to implement them as a means of improving comprehension.
  18. A study guide only directs students’ attention to details in a paragraph.
  19. Understanding ideas that are directly stated is called literal comprehension.
  20. Students benet from guided practice and feedback.
  21. Literal comprehension is sometimes referred to as reading beyond the lines.
  22. Building background and setting purposes are prereading strategies.
  23. Authentic reading experiences link classroom literacy activities with real- world experiences.
  24. The object of reading instruction is to develop students who memorize ideas exactly as they are expressed in the text.
  25. English-language learners do not need scaffolding to learn reading comprehension strategies.
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