Module 11 Quiz
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Question 1 of 3
First listen to the audio of the poem below.
Past the house, and along to the town,
the mouse crept forward, with barely a sound.
As he rounded the corner, he found a loud crowd down and around the broken fountain.
Must be a company meeting the mouse growled, as he galloped back past the house to the mountain.
Bounding on the mountain trail, out past the stout cows and howling owls,
he crouched in the flowers wondering how to proceed.
A shower of rocks landed close to his head,
and he frowned, as he yowled, and fell down on the ground.
He was definitely not in the mood to be crowned on the ground.
In the space given, write the pairs of rhyming words that have ow/ou in them. For example:
house mouse, town down, etc
The order you write the words doesn’t matter as long as you get the ow/ou words that rhyme.CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 3
Answer the Following:
Answer true or false: ‘o’ /ɒ/ is a long vowel.
Put a yes or no next to the word depending on whether the ‘o’ letter says ‘o’ /ɒ/ in the word.
Question 3 of 3
Answer yes or no to the following statements:
1. We make the ‘ng’ /ŋ/ consonant by putting the back part of our tongue up towards the soft back part of our palate at the back of our mouth.
2. When we say the ‘ng’ /ŋ/ consonant, we say the the /g/ sound as well.