A
B
C
D
E
100

What is NOT a component of choosing a text for reading?

A. Right length

B. Suitable language

C. Number of words in a paragraph

C. Number of words in a paragraph

100

A very common example of an extensive reading assessment is to have students summarize long texts.

TRUE / FALSE

TRUE

100

The ability to spell correctly belongs to...

A. Imitative writing

B. Extensive writing

C. Responsive writing

A. Imitative writing

100

¬°You can double these points and add them to your score!

AWESOME!

100

Portfolio assessment involves compiling and evaluating samples of student writing over time to assess progress and growth. 

TRUE / FALSE

TRUE

200

This is a characteristic of perceptive reading

A. It is the very basic level of reading

B. Recognition of grammatical features

C. Active participation from the reader

A. It is the very basic level of reading

200

Reading aloud could be an exercise that we can include in...

A. perceptive reading

B. Selective reading

c. Interactive reading

A. perceptive reading

200

you have to exchange your points with the points of another group.

Fantastic!

200

Therapeutic writing is an example of...

A. Responsive writing

B. Extensive writing

C. Intensive writing

A. Responsive writing

200

Sorry, you lose 100 points and you must give them to the team that has fewer points.

SORRY!

300

YOU CAN STEAL 100 POINTS FROM ANOTHER GROUP

EXCELLENT!

300

Interactive reading applies to texts of more than one page up to and including professional articles, essays, technical reports, short stories, and books.

TRUE / FALSE

FALSE

It is extensive

300

This is an example of academic writing:

A. Theses and dissertations

B. Job application letter

C. Memorandums

A. Theses and dissertations

300

Multiple-choice questions, are effective tools for assessing writing because they provide clear and unambiguous answers.

True / False 

FALSE

300

What is the name of the reading assessment exercise where words are systematically removed from a passage, and the reader must fill in the blanks with appropriate words. 


CLOZE TEST

400

It is focused on bottom-processing

A. Perceptive reading

B. Interactive reading

C. Extensive reading

A. perceptive reading
400

Explain the exercise Picture-Cued Items that we can include in reading tests.

Picture-cued items are elements or items presented in the form of images or pictures to prompt a response or performance from an individual in a test or assessment.

400

The writer devotes significant time, effort, and attention to detail in creating their work. This is...

A. Extensive writing

B. Responsive writing

C. Intensive writing

C. Intensive writing

400

Screeenplays are examples of...

A. Responsive writing

B. Extensive writing

C. Imitative writing

B. Extensive writing

400

Explain what the dicto-comp exercise is about

A paragraph is read at normal speed, usually two or three times; then the teacher asks students to rewrite the paragraph from the best of their recollection.