Woodcock Reading Mastery Test

1 Peer Influence Most likely affects student’s attitudes towards reading

2 Prior Knowledge – Readers bring more information to the reading process in the form of knowledge. Top Down Reading most affected by _________

3 Predict and Confirm the function of a Word – In decoding, context clues help a reader determine the function of a word. Context clues are most helpful to a student to ______ and ________ the function of a word.

4 Adjust Reading Strategies for different purposes – Metacognition involes being aware of and regulating processes during reading. Metacognition most likelt enables a reader to__________

5 Divide words into prefizes, roots, and suffixs An appropriate strategy for teaching structual analysis skills would be to have students

6 Tu use semantic and syntactic clues to identify missing words. The close procedure provides an indication of a student’s ability

7 Identify an unstated main idea – requires a student to apply inferential comprehension skills A teacher would be most likelt to improve students’ inferential comprehension skills by helping them to

8 Engage the students in a conversation about the material One of the most affect ways to assess a students’ content area reading comprehension is

9 Previewing the chapters subtitles, visual aids, and study questions A student can obtaina quick overview of a chapter by

10 Group the students according to their skill weaknesses and provide remediation In a reading class several students are having problems with a variety of skills, the teacher should

11 Provide high-interest, low vocabulary trade books One of the best ways to motivate a secondary students who reads on a sixth grade level

12 Quality of Illustrations Caldecott awards address_____

13 The student performed better than 70% of the students. A student who receives a rank of 70 on the Woodcock Reading Mastery test shows_______

14 Phonemic a specific type of phonological awareness that deals with separate phonemes

15 Marilyn Jager Adams Theorist in early reading who has identified five tasks for phonemic awareness

16 Oddity Task Recognize which sound is odd in a series of like sounds