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Discuss reasons for which legal suits (for or against special education) might be filed.
Discuss reasons for which legal suits (for or against special education) might be filed.
Discuss reasons for which legal suits (for or against special education) might be filed.
Education Studies   jacobysmith   68   Asked 3 months ago
Identify and briefly describe the contributions of individuals pertinent to the history and growth ...
Identify and briefly describe the contributions of individuals pertinent to the history and growth ...
Identify and briefly describe the contributions of individuals pertinent to the history and growth of special education.
Education Studies   CaptainTrout   59   Asked 3 months ago
Describe three specific ways in which play contributes to further development
Describe three specific ways in which play contributes to further development
Describe three specific ways in which play contributes to further development (use ideas from this course, the textbook, or educational videos from class)
Education Studies   monali7256   102   Asked A year ago
The teacher reads the first paragraph of a story to students. Prior to beginning, they are asked to ...
The teacher reads the first paragraph of a story to students. Prior to beginning, they are asked to ...
The teacher reads the first paragraph of a story to students. Prior to beginning, they are asked to close their eyes and try to see a picture of what they hear the teacher read. Afterward, their "pictures" are discussed. The teacher and students proceed through the story in this manner. Poetry is also a good choice for this activity.

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Education Studies   jjs148   164   Asked A year ago
written summary of some aspects of the story is given to students ahead of time; pre-questions and ...
written summary of some aspects of the story is given to students ahead of time; pre-questions and ...
 written summary of some aspects of the story is given to students ahead of time; pre-questions and listed vocabulary are discussed; the summary is read orally by the teacher; a written list of characters is placed on the chalkboard -- then, students read the entire story silently.


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using effective asking behaviors
Education Studies   jjs148   175   Asked A year ago
The teacher gives wait time; when students give a right answer, they are asked to explain how they ...
The teacher gives wait time; when students give a right answer, they are asked to explain how they ...
The teacher gives wait time; when students give a right answer, they are asked to explain how they know it's correct; all students are asked to respond; questions are rephrased or broken down into parts, when necessary; the teacher models how he or she would determine answers.

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using effective asking behaviors
Education Studies   jjs148   176   Asked A year ago
The teacher reads a short passage to the students then asks them to draw an inference or draw a ...
The teacher reads a short passage to the students then asks them to draw an inference or draw a ...
The teacher reads a short passage to the students then asks them to draw an inference or draw a conclusion.

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using effective asking behaviors

listening activities to practice complex skills

story impressions

DRTA

WRITTEN PREVIRWS

Think alouds

story maps
Education Studies   jjs148   191   Asked A year ago
The teacher instructs students about question types and strategies specifically needed to answer ...
The teacher instructs students about question types and strategies specifically needed to answer ...
The teacher instructs students about question types and strategies specifically needed to answer each of these. Commonly taught are question types designated as "Right There", "Think and Search", "The Author and You", and "On Your Own."

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using effective asking behaviors

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Education Studies   jjs148   115   Asked A year ago
Before a lesson with students, the teacher writes questions to ask them based on: (1) characters, ...
Before a lesson with students, the teacher writes questions to ask them based on: (1) characters, ...
Before a lesson with students, the teacher writes questions to ask them based on: (1) characters, (2) settings, (3) the story problem and the goal to resolve it, (4) events to solve the problem, and (5) achievement of the goal.

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using effective asking behaviors

listening activities to practice complex skills
Education Studies   jjs148   79   Asked A year ago
A small portion of a story is read; students ask as many questions as they can think
A small portion of a story is read; students ask as many questions as they can think
A small portion of a story is read; students ask as many questions as they can think of about this portion and the teacher answers the questions. The teacher then asks as many questions as s/he can think of about that portion and students answer. The same procedures are followed for subsequent small portions of the text.

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Education Studies   jjs148   97   Asked A year ago
The teacher: (1) makes predictions, (2) uses analogies, (3) admits confusions and demonstrates ...
The teacher: (1) makes predictions, (2) uses analogies, (3) admits confusions and demonstrates ...
The teacher: (1) makes predictions, (2) uses analogies, (3) admits confusions and demonstrates fix-up strategies, (4) describes visual images. Focus is on one strategy at a time. Students practice strategies collaboratively. Eventually all strategies are combined in lessons, with the teacher, and then the students, demonstrating how to do this.

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Education Studies   jjs148   60   Asked A year ago
To prepare for reading, students survey the material and make predictions. They read a portion of ...
To prepare for reading, students survey the material and make predictions. They read a portion of ...
To prepare for reading, students survey the material and make predictions. They read a portion of the story and stop to verify or reject predictions through discussion. New predictions are made and another portion is read. A cycle of prediction, reading, and confirmation or rejection continues throughout the story.

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Education Studies   jjs148   106   Asked A year ago
The teacher selects key words from an upcoming story and students compose their own story before ...
The teacher selects key words from an upcoming story and students compose their own story before ...
The teacher selects key words from an upcoming story and students compose their own story before reading the upcoming selection, as a form of prediction.

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using effective asking behaviors

listening activities to practice complex skills

story impressions

DRTA

WRITTEN PREVIRWS

Think al
Education Studies   jjs148   60   Asked A year ago
The author of your text states, “For many students, spending time thoroughly discussing a few ...
The author of your text states, “For many students, spending time thoroughly discussing a few ...
The author of your text states, “For many students, spending time thoroughly discussing a few higher-level questions may be instructionally more valuable than answering numerous quick and easy questions.” Which of these is not a reason why this is so?

This gives the teacher opportunity to model strategies.
 
The teacher can prompt the student to use strategies
Education Studies   jjs148   64   Asked A year ago
Based on what you read in Chapter 11, what would you think this teacher is attempting to do when he ...
Based on what you read in Chapter 11, what would you think this teacher is attempting to do when he ...
Based on what you read in Chapter 11, what would you think this teacher is attempting to do when he does the following?  Mr. Winchester reads the first paragraph of a story to students. Prior to beginning they are asked to close their eyes and try to see a picture of what they hear him read. Afterward, their “pictures” are discussed. Mr. Winchester and the students proceed thro
Education Studies   jjs148   60   Asked A year ago
Regarding "introductory guidance", which item is incorrect?
Regarding "introductory guidance", which item is incorrect?
This is simply another way of saying "activities that promote comprehension which are used before a student has read a selection".
 
Comprehension instruction should begin before students read a narrative.
 
Two good introductory procedures are (a) previewing and (b) predicting.
 
Two good introductory procedures are (a) having students eng
Education Studies   jjs148   58   Asked A year ago
Which definition is correct?
Which definition is correct?
proposition is a statement that requires text-driven processing.
 
Prior knowledge refers to the meaning conveyed by printed words on a page.
 
Density refers to the number of ideas in a given piece of written material.
 
Intertextuality is the term used to describe the process of using comprehension strategies to develop refined schema.
Education Studies   jjs148   62   Asked A year ago
Which statement is incorrect
Which statement is incorrect
Using mental models means constructing something in our thoughts similar to what is presented in text.
 
Reasons given for narratives being easier to comprehend than expository material include greater familiarity with topics covered, as well as, the nature of the written language in narrative selections (which often is closer to that of oral language).
 
Four
Education Studies   jjs148   60   Asked A year ago
True or False: The phrase "learning word meanings from context" refers to two different ...
True or False: The phrase "learning word meanings from context" refers to two different ...
The phrase "learning word meanings from context" refers to two different things. One of these, sometimes called "incidental learning" refers to the type of context exemplified when a teacher introduces the meaning of a new word by placing the word in a sentence or paragraph to communicate the word's definition. The other, referred to as "pedagogical con
Education Studies   jjs148   61   Asked A year ago
This activity produced successful results in McKeown and Beck's research: To promote multiple ...
This activity produced successful results in McKeown and Beck's research: To promote multiple ...
This activity produced successful results in McKeown and Beck's research: To promote multiple experiences with new word meanings, students are rewarded for reporting a word studied in the classroom when they see or hear it outside of school, or they are given points if they use a meaning vocabulary focus word in their own writing.  This activity has been called: 
Education Studies   jjs148   72   Asked A year ago
With the sentence, The man was using the knelter, which statement is true?
With the sentence, The man was using the knelter, which statement is true?
Context conveys the meaning for knelter
 
Knelter is in a neutral context.
 
The text has been structured to provide a supportive context for knelter
 
None of the above
Education Studies   jjs148   69   Asked A year ago
What is the definition of the word knelter in the sentence? The man was using the knelter.
What is the definition of the word knelter in the sentence? The man was using the knelter.
jackhammer
 
forklift
 
electric razor
 
not possible to tell
Education Studies   jjs148   143   Asked A year ago
Three of these are activities a reading teacher might choose to enhance students' development of ...
Three of these are activities a reading teacher might choose to enhance students' development of ...
work with a thesaurus
 
work with common roots
 
have students engage in SSR
 
cooperatively write stories focusing on proper spelling of words
Education Studies   jjs148   59   Asked A year ago
Mrs. Mason introduces the meanings of new words to her class in the context of an oral sentence, but ...
Mrs. Mason introduces the meanings of new words to her class in the context of an oral sentence, but ...
combine the procedure she is already using with other introductory activities.
 
be sure the context being used actually conveys the specific meaning
 
Both A and B
 
None of the above
Education Studies   jjs148   64   Asked A year ago
Which would be a poor instructional activity?
Which would be a poor instructional activity?
Simply providing teacher explanations of word meanings, being sure to provide explanations that are rich with examples and illustrations
 
Asking students to write dictionary definitions of a long list of words
 
Using repetition
 
An exercise that involves active use of targeted words in student-created situations
Education Studies   jjs148   57   Asked A year ago
Which statement is true regarding instructional activities for developing meaning vocabulary?
Which statement is true regarding instructional activities for developing meaning vocabulary?

Structured overviews are primarily useful for meaning vocabulary instruction, while semantic mapping can be used for both vocabulary and comprehension development -- thus, making the latter the more efficient strategy to use.
 
Teachers should avoid combining methods for presenting the meaning(s) of a word because if done, confusion is likely to occur, especially fo
Education Studies   jjs148   52   Asked A year ago
True or false: The following is a recommended procedure: Mrs. Aftershave, a school psychologist, ...
True or false: The following is a recommended procedure: Mrs. Aftershave, a school psychologist, ...
The following is a recommended procedure: Mrs. Aftershave, a school psychologist, suggests in a written report after assessing a student, that the teacher use writing activities with this student, encouraging use of invented (i.e., temporary) spelling when necessary, to develop phonemic awareness.
 
True
 
False
Education Studies   jjs148   61   Asked A year ago
True OR False The following is a recommended procedure:
True OR False The following is a recommended procedure:
The following is a recommended procedure: Mrs. Aftershave, a school psychologist, suggests in a written report after assessing a student, that the teacher use writing activities with this student, encouraging use of invented (i.e., temporary) spelling when necessary, to develop phonemic awareness.
Education Studies   jjs148   64   Asked A year ago
Which statement is incorrect?
Which statement is incorrect?
An absorbed prefix is a syllable that functioned at one time in the English language as a prefix but no longer does so.
 
Concern with syllabication is approached differently in different programs. Sometimes the focus is on units of sound, with the intention of giving clues to vowel sounds, as a part of phonic analysis instruction. At other times, when syllabication pract
Education Studies   jjs148   62   Asked A year ago
Which item is INCORRECT?
Which item is INCORRECT?

When words in a text are primarily regular ones that follow typical phonetic patterns, this is often referred to as decodable text.
 
Word identification strategies are procedures a reader employs when he or she does not recognize a word at sight.
 
In sequential decoding students learn simple one-to-one correspondence between letters and the sounds the l
Education Studies   jjs148   72   Asked A year ago
Which of the following is NOT a factor that determines how a hearing loss affects language and ...
Which of the following is NOT a factor that determines how a hearing loss affects language and ...
Which of the following is NOT a factor that determines how a hearing loss affects language and communication?
A) the language spoken in the home
B) the degree of hearing loss
C) the attitudes of parents and siblings
D) the presence or absence of other disabilities
Education Studies   PresleyT   98   Asked A year ago
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