Quiz - Developing Fluency - 1 Of the following the most effective way for a teacher to help his students spell high-frequency words correctly would

Quiz - Developing Fluency - 1 Of the following the...

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1. Of the following, the most effective way for a teacher to help his students spell high-frequency words correctly would be to: post high-frequency words on a classroom word wall 2. Of the following, the best way to help students who are English learners become more fluent readers and writers is to: immerse them in oral language activities 3. As students mature and become more strategic readers, they typically: vary their reading rate depending on the text 4. Some students in the third-grade class read fluently while other struggle. The best way to help all of the students improve would be to: provide periods for Sustained Silent Reading for everyone 5. A teacher read a sentence expressively and then invited students to reread it, imitating the teacher’s prosody. This class was participating in: echo reading 6. Each syllable must have at least one: vowel 7. The best way to help students who struggle with fluency is to: dramatically increase the amount of reading and writing they do every day 8. Most children should become fluent writers by the time they reach: fourth grade 9. When he saw the word telegraph , the third grade student said, “I know tele means distances and graph means write, so a telegraph

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