B. detailed illustrations.C. fantasy-type illustrations.D. few pictures, so the story isn’t lessened.Question 18 of 40
2.5/ 2.5 PointsWhile reading Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, Mrs. Silvers asked the children to fill in the repeated sections. Mrs. Silvers is promoting:A. active listening.B. narration.C. imitative reading.D. reading comprehension.Question 19 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsThe most prestigious award for American picture books for children is:A. the Caldecott Medal.
B. the Newbery Medal.C. The Ezra Jack Keats New Writer Award.D. The Parent Choice Awards.Question 20 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWritten language differs from oral language because knowing how sentences are constructed makes children better:A. listeners.B. predictors of words.C. phonics-based learners.
D. participants in large group settings.Part 2 of 2 -47.5/ 50.0 PointsQuestion 21 of 400.0/ 2.5 PointsWhen reading poetry, it is important to remember:A. to pause at the end of each line.B. to read straight through with no pauses.C. to follow the punctuation and stop at the periods.D. None of the aboveQuestion 22 of 402.5/ 2.5 Points
Sounds, stress, and pitch influence a poem’s:A. reading level.B. content.C. rhyme.D. rhythm.Question 23 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsBefore putting out puppets for the children to use in the classroom, the teacher should model all of the following EXCEPT:A. how to properly care for the puppets.
B. where to store the puppets after use.C. how to use the puppets.D. how to talk like a puppet.Question 24 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsMother Goose poems typically have:A. at least twenty lines.B. realistic characters.C. lots of extra words.
D. strong rhythm and cadence.Question 25 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsEvidence indicates that early awareness of rhyme and nursery rhyme knowledge facilitate literacy acquisition and is a significant predictor of later progress in reading and:A. writing.B. spelling.C. storytelling.D. speaking.Question 26 of 402.5/ 2.5 Points“Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers” is an example of:
A. alliteration.B. prose.C. rhyming words.D. assonance.Question 27 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsRhythm encourages children to:A. join in orally.B. experiment with language.
C. listen to the rhythmic sounds.D. All of the aboveQuestion 28 of 402.5/ 2.5 Points“She is sweet as pie,” is an example of:A. personification.B. a simile.C. a metaphor.D. assonance.
Question 29 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsChildren are just as interested in __________ as they are in narrative stories for flannel boards.
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