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Oral Language has three key processes, which one is not a key process.
a) Oral language should be view as necessary but separate part of the classroom instruction. b) Oral language should utilize real experiences children have. c) Reading and writing should be integrated into oral language instruction. d) Lessons should be planned but flexible enough to utilize the naturally occurring events.
The process of isolating speech sounds and pronounce words for which they stand when combined.
a) Phoneme Segmentation b) Phoneme Blending c) Phonemic Awareness d) Phoneme Deletion
The ability to recognize spoken words as a sequence of individual sounds is
a) Phoneme Segmentation b) Phoneme Blending c) Phonemic Awareness d) Phoneme Deletion
To ability to isolate all the sounds of a word.
a) Phoneme Segmentation b) Phoneme Blending c) Phonemic Awareness d) Phoneme Deletion
Why would a vision test be misleading?
a) Schools aren't qualified to do the testing. b) Schools don't do vision tests c) Schools test far-point vision d) Schools test near - point vision
When developing language-experience stories teachers should not use
a) only Standard English b) dictated stories c) natural language of the children d) common experiences
One Auditory Discrimination Exercise is
a) Read words and ask what letters they begin with. b) Show pictures and ask students to choose the one that looks alike. c) Listen to the teacher read aloud d) Read word pairs and ask if they begin with the same sound or different sound.
Effective visual discrimination lessons use
a) geometric shapes b) pictures of children posing like letters c) letters and words d) listening to other children read
An ineffective visual discrimination exercise is
a) Matching letters b) Matching rhyming pictures c) Matching words d) Matching beginning sound pictures
Emergent Literacy and Phonics are not concerned with
a) Number Sense b) Oral Language c) Phonemic Awareness d) Visual Discrimination
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