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Question 11.Mark and four other students in Mr. Robison's class are working together to write a short story. Mr. Robison has assigned specific parts of the story to each group member. The type of learning that best describes this scenario is _____.
Question 22.Which of the following is NOT an example of hands-on instruction?
Question 33.Which of the following statements is true about expository instruction?
Question 44.The material that students are supposed to learn is referred to as _____.
Question 55.How do response sets obstruct creative thinking?
Question 66.Cooperative learning occurs when _____.
Question 77.Mr. Jones wants to incorporate an authentic activity to teach his students how to recognize maple trees. Which of the following is his best option?
Question 88.Every time Zion solves word problems, he approaches the problems in the exact same way. As the problems become more complicated, Zion has trouble solving them because he cannot think creatively. Which of the following tendencies is an example of his habitual approach to solving word problems?
Question 99.Sarah is in second grade and usually uses a ruler to draw straight lines. When she can't find her ruler she decides to use the side of her pencil box instead, even though no one has taught her this possible use of the pencil box. Sarah's creative solution shows that she is not suffering from the barrier of _____.
Question 1010.The assignments and hands-on activities that are designed to enhance students' learning are called _____.
Question 1111.The tests or student presentations that show what students have learned are called _____.
Question 1212.Mark, Justin, and Ashley meet at the end of class and discuss the lesson. They take turns sharing their opinion of the content, asking questions, and leading discussion. This is an example of _____.
Question 1313.Donna received her marked essay draft from her classmate. He had circled each incorrect verb and explained the grammar rules to her. This student to student feedback is an example of _____.
Question 1414.Which of the following is an example of an expert that could provide expository instruction?
Question 1515.Dr. Carter teaches psychology and gives a PowerPoint presentation during each of her class sessions. A presentation is an example of _____.
Question 1616.How can brainstorming encourage creative thinking?
Question 1717.Miss Cook's class has just started a geography project. The class has been split into groups of five people. Each person in a group is responsible for creating one piece of a map. The five pieces in each group will then be placed together to create a complete map. This is an example of _____.
Question 1818.Ms. Kim is a mechanic. When someone brings in a car with problems, she asks the driver many questions about the history of the car and its recent use in order to think creatively about what might be wrong. What strategy is Ms. Kim using to solve the problem here?
Question 1919.Why is expository instruction sequenced in a purposeful way?
Question 2020.Which of the following scenarios is an example of expository instruction?
Question 2121.An advance organizer is _____.
Question 2222.You coach a basketball team, and one of your players asks you if he's shooting the ball correctly. You model the correct form and explain the technique to him. This is an example of _____.
Question 2323.Which of the following is one of the elements that define true cooperative learning in groups?
Question 2424.Before learning about differentiated instruction, a group of students were asked to guess what it it was about. The teacher received four responses. Analyze those responses and indicate which one best aligns with the concept of differentiated instruction.
Julie made a list for herself of the four aspects of the classroom that she, as a teacher, can focus on to differentiate instruction. She made an error. Review Julie's list and indicate which answer Julie got wrong.
As a teacher, I can differentiate my instruction by changing the following aspects within my classroom:
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