# Elementary Math: Curriculum Concepts Chapter Exam

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#### Question 1 1. If you're standing at the base of a 12-foot ladder that is leaning against the edge of the wall 9' above the ground, how far is the base of the ladder from the wall? (Choose the closest answer)

#### Question 2 2. If you've fallen 5000 feet and reached a terminal velocity of 400 feet per second, how would you calculate the time it would take to fall another 5000 feet?

#### Question 3 3. You need a ramp that will go forward 20 feet while it's going upward five feet. How long will the ramp have to be? (Choose the best answer)

#### Question 4 4. If simple probability may be calculated by dividing the desired outcomes by the possible outcomes, what are the chances that you will get a 6 if you roll a normal 6-sided die? (Choose the closest answer)

#### Question 5 5. If you stepped out of a plane at 10,000 feet, start at zero velocity, and streamline your body to eventually reach a 400 feet per second terminal velocity, how long would it take you to fall the first 5000 feet?

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#### Question 6 6. By incorporating _____ in lesson planning, you are able to help your students stay interested in mathematics while applying a learning approach that works for them.

#### Question 7 7. Which best describes learning style?

#### Question 8 8. You have students watching a cartoon video of a character solving a long division problem. Which learning approaches are your students most likely to use during this time?

#### Question 9 9. If you have students who really enjoy working with others and are great at interpersonal skills, which activity would they take as an approach to adding fractions?

#### Question 10 10. The following are five common approaches to learning:

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#### Question 11 11. One great way to better understand students' learning styles in math is to _____.

#### Question 12 12. Classroom diversity includes variables such as _____.

#### Question 13 13. Today's teachers commonly experience _____.

#### Question 14 14. Teachers may facilitate multicultural awareness in instruction by _____.

#### Question 15 15. Visuals and manipulatives benefit diverse student populations because _____.

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#### Question 16 16. How could you differentiate presenting a lecture on the History of Mathematics?

#### Question 17 17. Where can you locate a Learning Style Inventory?

#### Question 18 18. How could you differentiate a lesson on recalling basic multiplication facts for a visual learner?

#### Question 19 19. Why would differentiating instruction be good for all learners?

#### Question 20 20. Why should you give your students a Learning Styles Inventory?

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#### Question 21 21. Which of the following can you do to identify your students' math misconceptions?

#### Question 22 22. How does having a math misconception hurt a math student?

#### Question 23 23. You have just taught a lesson about finding the derivative of monomials. During the course of the lesson, you noticed that some students had trouble with breaking apart a monomial into its separate variables and constant. What do you now need to do?

#### Question 24 24. What is a math misconception?

#### Question 25 25. What do you need to do after you've identified the math misconceptions in your classroom?

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#### Question 26 26. Choose the correct order for the steps in scaffolding students in mathematics.

#### Question 27 27. How could you scaffold a small group of students who are working together as they need some help determining if two fractions are equivalent?

#### Question 28 28. Which step of scaffolding requires the most help from the teacher?

#### Question 29 29. Let's say over half of your students are struggling with equivalent fractions after you have guided them through a few problems. They still seem 'stuck', but your class time is almost over. How would you scaffold your students?

#### Question 30 30. What is the best definition of scaffolding in mathematics?

#### Elementary Math: Curriculum Concepts Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!