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69.The term intensive reading refers to________.a. The detailed focus on the construction of reading texts which takes placeusually in classrooms.b. Reading which students do often (but not exclusively) away from theclassroom.c. Demonstrate the way we construct sentences, paragraphs and wholetexts.d. Both A and B
70.The following are the elements of reading, EXCEPT_________.
71. A person is considered a "fluent" reader if he can ____.
72.When beginner readers demonstrate an understanding of individualsounds in spoken words, they have_____.
73.Hyphens should be inserted only_____.a. between syllablesb. after a first syllablec. after two syllablesd. in single-syllable words
74.It’s recommended that you start your lesson with a question that______.
75. Which of the following is TRUE about writing?
c. Writing competence cannot be transferred across languages.d. There is no significant correlation between L1 and L2 in writing.76.Which refers to the effect of testing on teaching and learning?
77. A teacher in a rural school conducts a Shakespearean play in a classroomof49 pupils with low proficiency under 15 minutes preparation time. Whichof the following principles of assessment does this description violate?a. feasibilityb. reliabilityc.validityd. fairness

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Term
Summer
Professor
Jane Marfa
Tags
c, Language education

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