Lesson 4 Exam Question 1 2.5 / 2.5 points Most good stories end with: Question options: a climactic scene. a quick, satisfying conclusion. the main character getting what she deserves. rising action and suspense. Question 2 2.5 / 2.5 points While reading Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, Mrs. Silvers asked the children to fill in the repeated sections. Mrs. Silvers is promoting: Question options: active listening. narration. imitative reading. reading comprehension. Question 3 2.5 / 2.5 points Mrs. Rogers wants to improve her storytelling skills. Which one of the following would NOT be a good way to do this? Question options: Observe other storytellers Practice with two-year-olds Focus on self-study Take storytelling classes Question 4 2.5 / 2.5 points Sources for stories are: Question options:
numerous. Often found in the teller's life experiences. found in collections at libraries. All the above Question 5 2.5 / 2.5 points Cody had heard The Cat in the Hat many times. One day he picked it up and as he turned the pages said, "It was raining and they couldn't go outside. The cat came to their house and made a big mess…" Cody was: Question options: storytelling. pretending. imitative reading. decoding words. Question 6 0 / 2.5 points After sharing a book with a group of children, the teacher should always: Question options: determine if discussion is necessary. ask questions to assess listening comprehension. sit quietly to allow for thought. read another book on a related topic. Question 7 2.5 / 2.5 points The first step in preparing a story is to: Question options: identify parts that must be memorized and begin practicing those. select a setting with few distractions. divide the story into units of action. practice.
Question 8 0 / 2.5 points What percent of children's visual attention during storybook sharing is focused on the book's illustrations? Question options: 50 65 80 95 Question 9 2.5 / 2.5 points Taking child dictation successfully involves being both: Question options: a scribe and a facilitator. an editor and an encourager. one who suggests/corrects and a writer.
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