Many teachers want to provide students with practice in reading, thinking about, and answering test style questions. One problem, however, is formatting those questions in a way that is similar to the appearance of the test. Microsoft Word lacks an easy way to create verisimilitude in teacher written questions. The Question Writer Toolbar solves this problem. The toolbar features buttons that correspond to the various question formats used on standardized…
Overview Comprehension means to understand what is being communicated. While this seems straight-forward to us as literate adults, it’s actually an incredibly complicated process for young children to master. Most researchers distinguish between listening comprehension and reading comprehension. The two are related, and both draw upon similar areas in the brain to process incoming information, but there are some important differences.