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Understanding the Structure of Disciplinary Subjects

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Which of the following elements of a discipline's structure might best provide an understanding of the terms and their meanings?

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1. Which of the following subjects is structured by a timeline of events and locations and by thematic interconnections of human experience?

2. Which of the following describes the relationship between curriculum and instruction as it pertains to organizational structure of a disciplinary subject?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Using the quiz and worksheet, you can assess your knowledge of the structure of disciplinary subjects. How different subjects are structured are topics you'll be assessed on.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Explore these materials, seeing how much you know about:

  • A subject that is structured by gradually building the complexity of simpler concepts and expanding them with broader principles
  • The relationship between curriculum and instruction as it pertains to organizational structure of a disciplinary subject
  • Element of a discipline's structure that could provide an understanding of the terms and their meaning
  • The subject that is structured by a timeline of events and locations

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on structuring academic disciplines
  • Information recall - recall the information you learned about a subject that is structured by naming, describing, classifying and categorizing patterns and characteristics
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the different ways subjects are structured

Additional Learning

Keep learning about these structuring methods by using the lesson, Understanding the Structure of Disciplinary Subjects. Goals you can complete include:

  • Determine why the structure of a discipline may vary
  • Review examples of the basic structure of several disciplines
  • Understand why disciplines are structured
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