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Category: Literacy learning

1. Which of the following is NOT one of the roles of an efficient reader?

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2. What would be a good starting point for teaching letter sounds?

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3. The method of promoting the development of phonemic awareness in young children is:

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4. Which of these does NOT make a child a good reader?

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5. Which of these is an important learning skill?

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Category: Literacy learning

6. A common manifestation of weak cognitive or mental flexibility in children is NOT:

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7. In teaching motor and visuo-motor skills, it is important to:

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Category: Literacy learning

8. Fine motor skills are NOT that important in:

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9. Which one is NOT true? Listening skills...

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Category: Literacy learning

10. In teaching vocabulary, it is important to:

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Category: Literacy teaching

11. Multiliteracy pedagogy acknowledges learners:

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Category: Literacy teaching

12. Multilingualism:

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13. Which of the following is NOT a level at which phonological awareness is taught?

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Category: Literacy teaching

14. A good way to teach morphological awareness is:

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Category: Literacy teaching

15. Which of these is NOT a metalinguistic skill?

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16. Which of the following teacher prompts would be most appropriate to use to promote pre-primary learners’ (5-6 year old children) phonemic awareness skills?

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Category: Literacy teaching

17. Teacher-directed teaching means that:

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Category: Literacy teaching

18. How can you help adult learners become fluent in reading?

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Category: Literacy teaching

19. Why do not adult learners spend all day learning, as children do?

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Category: Literacy teaching

20. Who chooses the appropriate learning time for adult learners?

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Category: Literacy teaching

21. What is the most appropriate teaching method to be used in teaching adult learners?

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Category: Literacy teaching

22. When assessing reading in transparent languages:

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Category: Literacy teaching

23. Phonics-based instruction:

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Category: Literacy teaching

24. How should a teacher NOT help children with spelling difficulties?

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Category: Literacy teaching

25. After the first school year, the best predictor of spelling skill in transparent languages is:

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Category: Literacy teaching

26. When spelling in transparent languages (e.g., bantu languages):

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Category: Literacy teaching

27. Which of the following is NOT a psychological benefit of listening to stories?

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Category: Literacy teaching

28. Which of the following is NOT a good way to teach phonics?

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Category: Literacy teaching

29. Which of the following is not beneficial for listening to stories?

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Category: Literacy teaching

30. Blended learning is:

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Category: Reading difficulties

31. We can say that a child has dyslexia or a reading disability when we are sure that:

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Category: Reading difficulties

32. Which of the following is INCORRECT based on research? Fundamental principles for interventions for word-level reading difficulties include:

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Category: Reading difficulties

33. Screening instruments used in prevention programs for reading difficulties do NOT usually assess which of the following skills?

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Category: Reading difficulties

34. Based on research, which of the following is NOT true:

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Category: Reading difficulties

35. Effective interventions for students with learning difficulties typically:

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Category: Reading difficulties

36. Which of the following is NOT included in Fletcher’s general principles of instruction for children with learning difficulties:

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Category: Reading difficulties

37. In learning to read, it is most important that a child:

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Category: Reading difficulties

38. Based on genetic studies of dyslexia, we know that:

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Category: Reading difficulties

39. In shallow and transparent orthographies:

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Category: Reading difficulties

40. The most prominent characteristic of reading disability (dyslexia) is:

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