# Storming Stage of Group Development: Definition & Explanation

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### The length of the storming stage of group development _____.

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### 2. A group is ready to move to the norming stage of group development when it _____.

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Do you know the five stages of Bruce Tuckman's group development theory? Use this quiz to check your comprehension of the second stage--storming.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz/worksheet will ask you questions on things like:

• The length of the storming stage
• Key features of the storming stage
• The other stages of the group development process

## Skills Practiced

Students who use this quiz/worksheet to assist their learning will be using the following skills:

• Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on organizational behavior
• Making connections - use understanding of the concept of the storming stage and how it fits into the larger model of group development
• Distinguishing differences - compare the storming stage with other stages of group development
• Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding key features of the storming stage

For additional information on storming, take a look at the related lesson titled Storming Stage of Group Development: Definition & Explanation. It will cover the objectives below:

• Review Tucker's model of group development
• Define storming
• Identify the various stages of Tucker's model
• Differentiate between storming and the four other stages of Tucker's model
• Describe how a group is able to move out of the storming stage and onto the next step
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