Students develop fluency and increase the speed of reading while reading the text together.
Students can visualize the imagery of the story as they read it.
Students can make connections to the story and develop a better understanding of the content.
Students become more interested and motivated to learn more about the topic.
Connect sounds with those spoken by others.
Connect letters and sounds to pronounce words by syllables.
Connect letters with sounds and create words based on such associations.
Create letters in print and say words out loud.
She did not understand that free morphemes constitute the main component of the word.
She does not understand the concept of free morpheme.
She did not understand that the segment mine is not a free morpheme in that context.
She is confused with suffixes and prefixes.
Oral retelling of the story
Exposes children to quality literature.
Is helpful in teaching new vocabulary.
Makes content more cognitively accessible.
Makes learning fun, interactive, and motivating.
They can be used to teach high-order thinking skills.
They can be used to teach other content areas.
They make learning more interesting.
They make content accessible to all children.
Segmenting multisyllabic words
Promote equity, equality, and freedom for the diverse ethnic groups in the nation.
Lead the students to active learning and guide them to construct their own knowledge.
Enhance students' ability to think abstractly.
Make the lesson more enjoyable.
Chomsky's work provided the theoretical rationale for the work related to the LAD.
The LAD is said to be adaptable as it adjusts to the language being learned.
The LAD is an external mechanism that allows humans to learn multiple languages.
The LAD enables human beings to produce language and utilize correct language rules.
Control the inconsistency of the grapheme-phoneme correspondence of English by presenting consistent sounds first.
Create an atmosphere of cooperation among students from diverse ethnic and linguistic backgrounds.
Monitor the children so they do not pronounce the letters with a foreign accent.
Make the activity interesting to all students.
A morpheme that cannot occur in isolation and, therefore, is attached to a root word or another morpheme.
A morpheme that occurs in isolation but is sometimes attached to a root word.
A morpheme that occurs in isolation but can never be attached to a root word.
A morpheme that occurs in isolation.
Develop an understanding of academic English
Predict the content of the writing efficiently
Use graphic organizers effectively to learn and to present information
Understand the organizational patterns of the text to read more efficiently
To synthesize information in order to better retell the story
To confirm or correct predictions as one reads
To pose questions to students related to the themes in the text
To interpret the text according to one's own background knowledge
The intonation pattern of the language
It facilitates reading by ensuring a positive match between L1 and L2
It minimizes the possibility of errors due to idiomatic expressions from both L1 and L2.
It uses the vocabulary and the experience common to both language minority and mainstream students.
It provides the schema or experiential background to facilitate the comprehension of the story.
The importance of peach trees for survival
Survival of the fittest
The importance of conservation and adoption of green practices
To provide concrete evidence that without peaches life will not be possible on Earth
To promote hands-on science experimentation
To promote interest in the lesson
To provide concrete evidence that plants produce energy
Liquid, plasma, and solid.
Gas, liquid, and solid.
Liquid, water, ice, and gas.
Plasma, liquid, solid, and gas.
To avoid competition with other predators
To keep a healthy balance in the ecosystem
To prevent the migration of bears to residential areas
A computer program used to evaluate students
A system of discovering students' abilities
A step-by-step procedure for evaluating students
A step-by-step procedure for solving problems
Having a group of students role play a given audience and asking them to react to a piece of writing
In a persuasive writing, guiding students to revise the writing based on possible arguments from the intended audience
Identifying the audience prior to beginning writing
Telling students they will be writing narrative text