Unit 9 Quiz

Techniques for teaching reading and writing

This quiz covers the material presented in Unit 9

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Which of the following activities are post-reading activities?





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Which of the following accommodation techniques or teaching tips an EFL teacher could use with learners with dyslexia at the first stage of the writing lesson – presenting the task?





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Which of the statements is false?

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Which principles about the length of the text are important for the learners with dyslexia?





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The (...) of the text should be motivating to read, should awaken learners' curiosity in the information and should create the need for reading.


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(...) is not useful in the while-reading activities when teaching learners with dyslexia.


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What is important for learners with dyslexia regarding vocabulary and grammar of the text while reading?





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When giving feedback, teachers should give it on the (a) and the form of the tale. They should not use a (b) pen for correcting the mistakes. Instead of circling the mistakes it is better to (c) them and give (d) positive which should help to improve their writing skills in the future.


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Mapping sounds to letters and words to their meanings, as well as processing morphological and syntactic structures are (...) order decoding processes.


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Which are not suitable teaching tips when working on writing assignments with students with dyslexia?

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Which of the following is not useful for the learners with dyslexia to plan their writing:

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Which of the following difficulties are mostly related to writing and not reading?

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Which activities are not helpful for learners with dyslexia when they are taught reading in their EFL classes?

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Which are the higher order processes in reading:





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The appropriate (...) is when the text is organised into short paragraphs with the appropriate font and size of the letters and it is accompanied with illustrative pictures or visual images.



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