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The curriculum specialists of the Blind River School District have organized the curriculum so that key content is taught at various grade levels with concepts and applications geared to the interests and abilities of the students in the grades in question. This curriculum design is known as
Schools in the United States have sometimes been criticized for the tendency to teach according to an analogy that compares the curriculum to a river that is a mile wide and an inch deep. This analogy most closely resembles a curriculum design that emphasizes
memorizing as much content as possible
All of the following are usually considered co-curricular activities EXCEPT
Some states have programs based on documents called Curriculum Frameworks. These documents are organized around
the big ideas for each subject area
Classroom teachers have the major responsibility for all of the following EXCEPT
selection of the curriculum
The concept of linking the success or failure of students to achieve to the performance of the classroom teacher is opposed to the beliefs of:
Community priorities have the greatest effect on the value placed on which of the following in a school?
the marching band and football team
The teachers at Thunder Ridge High School strongly subscribe to the belief that all students can learn. As a result, they will support all of the following EXCEPT
aptitude tests determine what courses counselors advise students to take
If each teacher were allowed to choose his or her own curriculum
there would be a lack of continuity in the system
The legal responsibility to establish standards is at the level of
each individual state
One problem of statewide textbook selection procedures in large states is
pressure groups and politicians can effectively influence content
The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is designed to
indicate how well students are doing in each state
At the beginning of class, Krista Bielecki displayed the following on the SmartBoard. By the end of this class, students will measure objects and calculate their areas and volumes. This statement is an example of
"Students should specify locations and describe spatial relationships using coordinate geometry and other representational systems". This statement is an example of a(n)
Martin Greenway presented his students with the following objective: Students will participate in a jigsaw activity to investigate the reasons for the great depression. After giving a test that three-quarters of the students failed, Martin was heard to say, "Well I did my job". No one can say that the objective wasn't met during class. Which of the following best describes the situation outlined?
Martin is correct because the objective is an input statement
Sanela Baric presented her students with the following objective: by the end of class, students will identity the verbs in various French sentences and convert them from the present tense to the past tense. After the lesson, Sanela gave a tests and found that seventy-five percent of her students failed. She remarked to her colleague, "No one can say that the objective wasn't met. I did my best in teaching the lesson". Which of the following statements best represents the situation?
Sanela is incorrect since the objective is an output statement
All of the following are true of Bloom's Taxonomy EXCEPT
memorization and recall represent the highest levels of achievement
Which of the following lists the levels of the revised version of Bloom's Taxonomy on the correct order from the simplest to the most complex?
remember, understand, apply, analyze, evaluate, create
The effort to produce a taxonomy of educational objectives of the affective domain was spearheaded by
Direct instruction can take all of the following forms EXCEPT
completing a laboratory experiment
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