EDU 216 Final Exam
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The degree of performance or level of proficiency which indicate that the objective has been met is known as the
Factual information such as historical dates is an example of
When writing a lesson plan, activities that include imitation, manipulation, precision, articulation, or naturalization would fall in the _____ domain.
Focusing a microscope is an example of
an authentic behavior
Knowing how to tie your shoe is an example of
By definition, ______ must be observable and measurable.
a behavioral objective
In an oppressive classroom environment in which students feel intimidated or fearful, which domain must be addressed?
When one considers his/her level of understanding about certain knowledge, this best describes
In order to determine if students have successfully mastered an objective, an observable and measurable behavior must occur. In order for this final aspect of a lesson to take place, _________ must be planned and implemented.
Which domain must be accommodated in any lesson plan?
Reflections on what works in your classroom, discovered over time and through experience is referred to as
Grade, department, or school district specifications about what content must be covered in a specified period of time are known as
A student teaching another student of the same grade and age level is
When units are developed hierarchically or in steps, this is known as
vertical unit planning
A(n) _______ unit is laterally planned and topics are integrated to focus on a specific theme.
A document containing a goal, a standard, an objective, instructional content and procedures, guided and independent activities, and a closure is called
a lesson plan
______ contain lessons on CD ROM that use questions and prompts to actively engage learners and give them immediate feedback.
Interactive individualized practice activities
Relating content and material from various subject areas is known as
integrated thematic teaching
_____ typically use a variety of instructional strategies in several related content areas.
In ____, the content to be taught is arranged hierarchically, or in steps, to ensure that all needed prior knowledge required for subsequent lessons has been taught in previous lessons.
vertical unit planning
A test that might be administered to students across the nation in order to compare students in a local school district to students in other states is a ______________ test.
Podunk School District is attempting to raise its students' reading scores at the elementary school level. To assist in their assessment of student knowledge, they would best be advised to administer a(n) ______________.
Identify the question that should be revised before it is placed on an assessment:
It is not true that addition cannot precede subtraction in the order of operations.
To lessen the chance of students picking up on grammatical clues in the wording of a question, the teacher should
replace "an" with "a/an" in the question
To further determine students' understanding when using true/false questions, the teacher might
ask students to revise a false statement so that it is true
The purpose of a test blueprint is to match test items to the objectives in the unit.
Distracters are sometimes placed on matching tests to ensure homogeneity of lists.
Objective item tests tend to encourage a deeper understanding of the content being taught.
Validity refers to whether a test, when given a number of times, consistently yields the same results or scores.
Reliability refers to whether a test measures what it says it will measure.
An example of a formative assessment might be
a unit pre-test
An example of a summative assessment might be
an end-of-course exam
A collection of artifacts that shows a learner's growth in proficiency, long-term achievement, and significant accomplishments is a(n)
The following is an example of a(n) _____________.
1 2 3
Lacks clear opening statement Has a clear opening statement Opening statement clearly outlines contents of the paper
Oftentimes, teachers use a framework or structure that organizes content into meaningful parts (e.g., double bubble, flowcharts, Venn diagrams, etc.). These are referred to as ___________.
What technique might be used when a task is highly structured, some consensus already exists about the topic, and the orienting instructions fully define each member's role?
pair or team discussion
____________ is when learners built their own knowledge using prior learning or experiences as a guide.
Students collaboratively working to solve a math problem before presenting their solution to the class is an example of _________.
Students have been testing materials to determine if they will sink or float. Students tested a small piece of wood and found that it would float. From their observation, what might they conclude about a 2X4 board?
They might generalize that the 2X4 would also float.
When the teacher informs students of the lesson objective, provides new or more accurate information information, or reviews or summarizes the information, this is an example of a(n) _____.
During _________, there are usually four to six students working together.
A unit dealing with ancient Rome might include study of the Latin language, the system of law and government, architecture of the period, and engineering accomplishments of the period. To teach such a unit would involve ______.
integrated bodies of knowledge
Mrs. Gonzales recently allowed her students to select the topic and method of presentation for reports on the different genres of literature. Her approach might best be described as _____.
______ take(s) place when students construct their own knowledge about a particular topic or subject based on research, experimentation, and drawing inferences.
Which Harry Potter book do you like best? Why? is an example of a(n)
The period between when the teacher poses a question and when he/she calls on a student to answer is referred to as
Mrs. Gonzales asks Trudy how many casualties were sustained during World War II by all nations. Then, she asks Trudy how many casualties were sustained by the United States and how she arrived at that answer. The latter is an example of
_______ require(s) students to be engaged in the lesson and actively compose responses.
A(n) __________ captures the most important aspects of a subject or topic and requires more than a simple "yes" or "no" answer.
Soliciting probes ask for more information after a student response.
A divergent question has a single correct answer which the teacher expects students to give.
Questioning sequence has to do with structuring, soliciting, and reacting.
Reacting is students' answers to questions posed by the teacher.
Structuring has to do with how the teacher uses questions to direct learning.
Which is not a purpose of questioning as outlined by Borich in chapter 8?
to trick students
How much classroom time is typically devoted to questions and answers?
as much as 80%
What percentage of questions require simple recall of facts?
Another name for a convergent question is a(n)
direct or closed question
Research indicates that wait-time is the same across different cultures.
Wait-time can range between 3 and 15 seconds depending on the type of question.
Borich suggests that beginning teachers
slow down and pause longer between questions
Borich suggests using questions as a means of punishing students for inattention or being unprepared.
Researchers contend that only about 20-30 percent of questions require higher-order thinking skills.
Teacher: Evan, please summarize in a sentence what we will be discussing in Chapter 8 in our text.
Evan: I think it's about something having to do with teaching?
Teacher: It is apparent that you have no idea what this chapter is about....
The teacher missed a golden opportunity to utilize a questioning strategy known as