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Matching Directions: Match the common approaches to elementary-level reading and language

Question : Matching Directions: Match the common approaches to elementary-level reading and language : 1987703

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Directions: Match the common approaches to elementary-level reading and language arts programs to the appropriate descriptors.

a.basal series

b.direct instruction

c.whole language

17.Ms. Phillips’ third-grade class uses literature as a main source of content for reading opportunities.

P360-361, A, D2

18.Students in Mr. Owens’ first-grade classroom are taught to decode words using phonetic analysis.

P360-361, A, D2

19.In Ms. Lauglin’s class, reading is taught through a developmental approach that incorporates structure and sequence.

P360-361, A, D2

Matching

Directions: Match the following effective inclusive practices to the appropriate descriptors.

a.Professional Collaboration

b.Co-operative Learning

c. Peer Tutoring

d. Co-operative Projects

e. The Jigsaw Technique

f. Student-Team Achievement Division

20.               Promoted as a means of facilitating the inclusion of students with exceptionalities in geneal education classrooms.

P361, R, D1

21.Allows students to pool their knowledge and skills to complete an assignment. The goal is to develop a single product reflecting the contributions of all members.

P359, R, D1

22.Involves giving all students in a group individual tasks to be complete before the group can reach its goal.

P361, R, D1

23.Both teachers and students benefit from support from peers. It is a key component of effective elementary schools and a necessity for successful inclusion.

.

P359, R, D1

24.. Involves assigning students to diversely constituted teams which must meet to review specific teacher-generated lessons.

P360, R, D1

25.Easy-to-manage system of co-operative learning. Activities include reviewing task directions, doing drill and practice.

P361, R, D1

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