b) engage students in dialogue about their issues and connections to a book. c) determine whether students have read and comprehended the book.
d) complete study packets of worksheets about a book. Question 5 5 / 5 points Criticism by many teachers and schools of commercially produced reading incentive programs includes the following EXCEPT: Question options: a) children's free choices for reading are vast and unlimited. b) extrinsic rewards diminish the desire of students to read for pleasure. c) testing students' literal comprehension undermines the importance of reading books for personal enjoyment. d) many students find ways to avoid the reading but still gain the rewards. Question 6 5 / 5 points The main purpose of literature response engagements is to: Question options: a) ensure that students have read their assigned book. b) involve students in art projects based on their book. c) keep students engaged while the teachers meet with reading groups.
d) encourage students to critically examine the issues they find significant in a book. Question 7 5 / 5 points Which of the following is a style technique used to achieve a specific effect, such as irony, symbolism, parody, and foreshadowing to add richness to stories? Question options: a) Visual element b) Literary element c) Literary device d) Web Question 8 5 / 5 points Literature across the curriculum involves the use of literature to do all of the following EXCEPT: Question options: a) use within social studies, science, mathematics and other subject areas. b) replace or supplement textbook reading in subject areas.
c) provide multiple perspectives on content and information in theme units.
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