Intervention for Beginning Readers: Knowledge Assessment 2019 - 2020, please read directions below
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University of Utah Reading Clinic
1. What is the primary goal(s) of asking at-risk beginning readers to reread familiar, predictable text?
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2. What is the primary goal(s) of engaging at-risk beginners in assisted reading of new text?
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3. What is the primary goal(s) of engaging beginning readers in picture sorts?
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4. What is the typical progression of phonemic awareness development in beginning readers?
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5. What is the primary goal(s) of engaging at-risk beginning readers in sentence writing?
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6. What is the primary goal(s) of word study for at-risk beginning readers?
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7. What is the primary goal(s) of engaging at-risk beginning readers in word study that focuses on onsets followed by short vowels?
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8. Why should a struggling reader master short vowels before beginning word study in more complex vowel patterns?
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9. What is the primary goal(s) of asking at-risk beginning readers to finger-point precisely in text?
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10. When should a tutor stop using the “cut-up sentence” with a beginning reader?
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11. When an at-risk beginning reader makes an oral reading error, the tutor should:
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12. What is the primary goal(s) of conducting a preview before assisted reading?
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13. Which description(s) best characterizes the instructional technique of echo reading?
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14. Which set(s) of data meet or exceed criteria for ‘bumping up’ from G1 Jan-March level text?
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15. Which set(s) of data meet or exceed the criteria for ‘bumping up’ from end-of-1st-grade level text?
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16. Just like yesterday, today’s new assisted reading book seems too difficult. The tutor may:
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17. It is appropriate to move forward in onset-short vowel word study when the at-risk beginning reader:
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18. It is appropriate to move forward in mixed short vowel and vowel pattern word study when the at-risk beginning reader:
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19. It is appropriate to move forward in text levels 1-6 when the at-risk beginning reader:
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20. It is appropriate to move forward in text levels 7-8 when the at-risk beginning reader:
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21. It is appropriate to have pictures on word study anchor words for:
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22. The Early Steps model is most appropriate for struggling readers who:
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