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Session 1 Recognizing the meaning of a partially known word in context is an example of: a. high-frequency vocabulary. b. linguistic richness. c. expressive vocabulary. d. receptive vocabulary.... {{Ans- receptive vocabulary. A developed vocabulary in preschoolers predicts better reading comprehension in third grade. true false {{Ans- true About how many words should be taught in depth per week in the primary grades? 5 10 25 50 {{Ans- 10 Every word a student is exposed to is stored in both the phonological and semantic lexicons. true false {{Ans- false Which of these statements are true? (Select all that apply.) a. It is impossible to measure the exact size of a person's vocabulary. b. Typical students will learn more than 5,000 new word meanings each year through sixth grade. c. The average student entering kindergarten knows about 4,000 words. d. In the primary grades, about 10 words per week can be taught in-depth. {{Ans- c. The average student entering kindergarten knows about 4,000 words. d. In the primary grades, about 10 words per week can be taught in-depth. [Show More]

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