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Teacher certification test

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Category: Literacy learning

1. Which sequence is most suitable for teaching letter sounds and letter names?

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Category: Literacy learning

2. Why is letter knowledge important for literacy development?

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3. Examples of phoneme manipulation include:

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4. The use of the final sounds (rhyming endings) of words helps learners to:

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Category: Literacy learning

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

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Category: Literacy learning

6. In teaching motor and visuo-motor skills, it is NOT that important to:

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Category: Literacy learning

7. Based on research, which of the following is NOT an important sub-skill of listening skills?

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Category: Literacy learning

8. Which one is NOT true? Listening skills:

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Category: Literacy learning

9. Which one of these is NOT related to naming problems?

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Category: Literacy learning

10. To become a good reader, it is important that a child:

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Category: Literacy teaching

11. Which of the following is NOT a dimension of multilingual pedagogy?

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Category: Literacy teaching

12. Multiliteracy pedagogy acknowledges learners:

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Category: Literacy teaching

13. Multilingualism:

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Category: Literacy teaching

14. Metalinguistic awareness and development begins:

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Category: Literacy teaching

15. Which of these is NOT a metalinguistic skill?

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Category: Literacy teaching

16. Which of the following is NOT a reading comprehension skill?

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Category: Literacy teaching

17. Emotional support in teaching means that:

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Category: Literacy teaching

18. Teaching through interaction means that:

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Category: Literacy teaching

19. Teacher-directed teaching means that:

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Category: Literacy teaching

20. A teacher needs to inspire and encourage learners to generate ideas for what they want to write by:

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Category: Literacy teaching

21. Which of these allows writers to write content that is readable and understandable?

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Category: Literacy teaching

22. Which of the following statements about the importance of teaching productive writing is FALSE?

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Category: Literacy teaching

23. When can adult learners begin to learn to read phrases and sentences?

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Category: Literacy teaching

24. Why don’t adult learners spend all day learning, as children do?

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Category: Literacy teaching

25. When beginning to teach a new phoneme, it is useful to tell a story because:

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Category: Literacy teaching

26. How SHOULDN’T a teacher help children with spelling difficulties?

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Category: Literacy teaching

27. The centre of motor images in the brain related to writing is:

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Category: Literacy teaching

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

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Category: Literacy teaching

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

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Category: Literacy teaching

30. Which of the following is NOT regarded as a literacy activity for young children?

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Category: Reading difficulties

31. For very young children, the reading environment in the home is strongly linked to their emergent literacy skills before entering school. Which of these is NOT an important aspect of the home literacy environment:

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Category: Reading difficulties

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

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Category: Reading difficulties

33. Which of the following modalities is the most beneficial in learning to read:

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Category: Reading difficulties

34. Based on research, which of these statements is INCORRECT. Intensity of reading instruction and intervention can be increased by:

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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. Based on research, which of these statements is NOT true?

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Category: Reading difficulties

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

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Category: Reading difficulties

39. Spoken language skills:

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Category: Reading difficulties

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

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