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EDUC 2020 Quiz 6
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A climate of respect is fostered when teachers really listen to what students have to say, also known as
According to the Chicago Public Schools, service-learning has these three components.
Prepare, act, reflect
According to the National Youth Leadership Council, service should be all of these except
becoming a portfolio of accomplishment
According to the text, in which grade level is there a devastating lack of reading proficiency?
middle and high
Approximately what percentage of adults in America are functionally illiterate
As part of their team teaching, Mr. Johns, Mrs. Cooper, and Ms. Lincoln present a unit on Ancient Rome. Each teacher focuses on the contributions of the Romans to their subject matter, as well as participates in activities that relate to the topic. This is an example of
Concise statements about what students are expected to learn and be able to do are called
Infusing the curriculum with reading and writing is often referred to as
reading and writing across the curriculum.
Instruction can generally be defined as
the strategies used to convey the curriculum and achieve the desired end result of student learning.
Jason and his classmates play a game of "Around the World" using multiplication flash cards. This is an example of which instructional strategy?
Drill and practice
Miss Stiles uses notebooks for facts and reflections, questioning and choral responses, small-group interaction, and games to illustrate concepts. Which grade level is she most likely teaching?
Mr. Hooper divides his seventh-grade social studies class into cooperative learning groups. He then asks each group to research a specific Native American tribe. Each group will then be responsible for teaching the class about their tribe.
Ms. Hall's social studies class is acting out the battle at Gettysburg. This is an example of which instructional strategy?
Ms. Wade uses demonstration of counting, sorting, writing numbers, and choosing correct symbols. She also uses manipulatives heavily in her teaching. Which grade level is Ms. Wade most likely teaching?
Pre-reading strategies, the meaning of numbers, and other basic concepts are topics most likely taught at which grade level?
Students working independently, with teacher feedback, is called
The three components Tomlinson says may be differentiated are
content, process, and product
Varying instruction based on the needs of students is
differentiation of instruction
Weekly and unit plans should be designed within the context of
What is the basic difference between volunteerism and service-learning?
Volunteerism is giving time and effort; service-learning is giving time and service, with an added learning component
When teachers differentiate instruction, they do all of the following except
incorporate music and movement into every lesson
Which of the following is not a step in backward design?
Identify new vocabulary
Which of the following teaching strategies is most appropriate for middle school instruction?
All of these
Which statement is true about high expectations?
High expectations don't necessarily mean the same expectations for all students.
Which strategies are effective in all four grade levels (early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school)?
Demonstrations, cooperative learning, and think-alouds
All of the following are examples of extrinsic incentives except
All of the following are examples of nonverbal unobtrusive interventions except
leading a class discussion about why a particular behavior is inappropriate
All of the following are reasons for routines except
improving test scores
All of the following are steps to use when correcting students except
publicly correct the student so that others will learn from his or her example
All of the following are true of the consequence of suspension except
it always leads to expulsion for some length of time
All of the following are ways of meeting the basic need for power except
providing opportunities to get food, water, and fresh air
All of the following are ways to develop student-teacher relationships except
discussing student issues with colleagues
Barry writes on his desk during math class. He is asked to clean the desks in the classroom during a school-required detention. This is an example of
matching consequences to behavior
Building classroom community includes all of the following except
teaching and enforcing classroom procedures
During a math lesson, Mr. Jeffries calls the name of a student who is off task. Mr. Jeffries is using
a verbal unobtrusive intervention
Guidelines for school districts engaging in corporal punishment include all of the following except
providing the student with an alternative to corporal punishment
Mr. Davies includes his students in the process of establishing expectations for his classroom. This is an example of
a democratic classroom
Mr. Jackson makes a deliberate effort at the beginning of each school year to learn his students' names and personal information quickly. Which of Glasser's five basic needs is Mr. Jackson meeting?
Love and belonging
Mr. Jackson's students often describe him as "having eyes on the back of his head." His students know that he is aware of what is going on in the classroom at all times. This concept is known as
Mr. Thomas has brought in couches, chairs, rugs, plants, and curtains for his second-grade classroom. Which element of a productive classroom is Mr. Thomas providing?
Ms. Gomez witnesses a student verbally and physically assaulting another teacher. Ms. Gomez should
ask for help from a building administrator
Ms. Myers uses a ticket system in her classroom to reward appropriate behavior. Students can trade tickets for extra recess or movie time. She uses
a token economy
Ms. Summers arranges her students so that she can approach each student quickly and easily without having to negotiate narrow pathways. Ms. Summers understands the element of
Permanent removal from school is
The establishment and enforcement of rules and disciplinary actions is called
The students at Pine Street School participate in a program where students are trained as go-betweens to help other students work through their differences. This is an example of
Turning the lights on and off and speaking loudly enough to be heard are examples of a teacher who is
getting student attention
What determines the classroom management guidelines for students with special needs?
Which of the following best illustrates the element of organizational schemes?
Mr. Boucher uses bins, shelves, and cabinets to make his classroom activities more efficient
Which of the following situations best demonstrates the concept of processing?
Sending a student out of the classroom for the purpose of reflection and planning
"Benchmarks" are content standards that present specific statements about what students should understand and be able to do ________.
at specific grade levels or developmental stages
"Measurement" is ________.
the gathering of quantitative data related to the knowledge and skills students have acquired
Content Standards are often subdivided into ________.
Standards-based education is seen as a way to ensure all of the following except ________.
educational equity in the most populous states
The four curricula that all students experience are ________.
null, extracurricular/cocurricular programs, explicit, and hidden
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