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Begin Assessment: Control/Alt/Read: Reading Digital Text in the Plugged In Classroom of the 21st Century (5 Questions)
1
Which of the following is NOT a problem readers have when reading online?
  Reading online can promote a “cut and paste mentality” that leads to us to miss details.
  Scrolling makes us read less deeply.
  Reading online causes young readers to have poor eyesight.
  We read to quickly to compensate for all of the links, ads, and other possible distractions.
2
Fake news can include overly partisan sites with misleading information given.
  False
  True
3
Allowing students to choose the text they will read is not important when reading online.
  True
  False
4
Which of the following is the order to use when facilitating student-created questions?
  Do a question blitz, create evidence collector, grab key words
  Create evidence collector, do a question blitz, grab key words
  Grab key words, do a question blitz, create evidence collector
5
Reading digital text is a skill needed only for English language arts classes.
  True
  False
 

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