LETRS Unit 1 Assessment (solved)
b. The Three Cueing Systems model omits or obscures the role of phonology. -
ANSWER-What is one important distinction be... [Show More] tween the Four-Part Processing Model
for Word Recognition and the Three Cueing Systems model?
a. The Four-Part Processing Model emphasizes visual processes.
b. The Three Cueing Systems model omits or obscures the role of phonology.
c. The Three Cueing Systems model emphasizes the role of phonology.
d. The Three Cueing Systems model omits semantic processing.
d. both foundational reading skills and oral language development - ANSWER-Many
students at risk for reading problems enter school without exposure to the academic
language used in books or preschool experience. These students are most likely to
make progress closing the reading and language gap if their classroom instruction
emphasizes which of the following?
a. oral language comprehension and reading aloud
b. attending to context, including semantic and syntactic cues
c. matching students with interesting reading material
d. both foundational reading skills and oral language development
a. early alphabetic - ANSWER-A beginning first-grade student is able to segment and
pronounce the first sound in a spoken word. He tries to guess at words by looking at the
first letter only. When he writes words, he spells a few sounds phonetically, but not all
the sounds. According to Ehri, this student is most likely in which phase of word-reading
a. early alphabetic
b. later alphabetic
d. consolidated alphabetic
b. phonology - ANSWER-A kindergarten teacher is having students listen to three
spoken words and identify the two words that end with the same sound. The teacher is
focusing on which language system?
d. Determine if the students need remediation in word recognition, language
comprehension, or both. - ANSWER-Considering the Simple View of Reading, what
would be the BEST course of action for a third-grade teacher with concerns about
several students who have not achieved fluency?
a. Observe whether students are able to work on several subskills at once. [Show Less]