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Incorporating Flexible Grouping in the Classroom

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Which scenario exemplifies flexible grouping?

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1. What kind of group places students in charge of the agenda and flow of the work they are engaged in?

2. What kind of grouping will you MOST likely use to introduce a brand new concept to your students?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Test your knowledge of flexible grouping in the classroom with these assessments. They will ask questions about the definition, types, and purpose of grouping in the classroom.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz/worksheet will challenge students on these topics:

  • The definition of flexible grouping
  • Skills practiced in student-led groupings
  • Kinds of groups in the classroom
  • Utilizing flexible grouping

Skills Practiced

These assessments will help students improve the skills below:

  • Reading comprehension - read and pull the most important information from the accompanying lesson on flexible grouping in the classroom
  • Defining key concepts - define terms such as flexible grouping
  • Distinguishing differences - compare and contrast the various kinds of grouping
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about how to use flexible grouping in the classroom

Additional Learning

If you want to learn more about this subject, take a look at the related lesson, Incorporating Flexible Grouping in the Classroom. It will help students achieve these goals:

  • Define flexible grouping
  • Identify the kinds of groups
  • Understand how to incorporate flexible grouping
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