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In questions 46 to 50 you will be analyzing a series of reading activities that an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher has prepared for her students in the 8th grade (8o ano do Ensino Fundamental).
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The relation between the pairs of words below is that of verb-noun, EXCEPT in
“In this view,” (line 42) refers to an educational perspective in which the
In Text III, each paragraph can be identified with a specific purpose. The appropriate description of the paragraph’s intent is found in
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In questions 46 to 50 you will be analyzing a series of reading activities that an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teacher has prepared for her students in the 8th grade (8o ano do Ensino Fundamental).
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The following statements express justifications for the inclusion of Activity 2 in an EFL reading class.

I - It can be considered a challenging and, possibly, motivating reading comprehension task since it helps students arrive at a general understanding of a piece of text and a detailed understanding of its sentences and linguistic elements.

II - By guessing the missing words in the blanks during the pre-reading phase, the students will be able to identify the writer’s intent and become more proficient readers.

III - By using their imagination and comparing their guesses with their peers and the original version, the students are learning to resort to their own previous knowledge and confirm or reject expectations in reading a text.

IV - Dynamic activities in which students get involved with the text without actually ‘reading’ it at first can be one way of motivating them to search for the meanings implied in the original version of the passage.

The correct statements are
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  • 16) E
  • 17) E
  • 18) B
  • 19) E
  • 20) D

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