Tools Used in Individual & Whole-Class Learning

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Which of the following is an example of direct instruction in this lesson?

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1. Why is it important for teachers to plan for independent practice time?

2. Ms. Stevens is teaching a 3rd grade reading class. Although all the students must meet the same objectives, she finds that half of the class is below grade level, two students are on a middle school level, and five of the students are English-language learners. How can she best meet the needs of these students?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Use this quiz and worksheet combo to gauge your understanding of the different tools that are used in learning. Some of the topics that will be covered throughout these assessments include the types of materials that support individual learners and criteria used to group students.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When you review this quiz/worksheet combo, you can check your understanding of:

  • An assessment used to gauge progress
  • Ways time can be used to teach whole-groups and individual learners
  • Materials that support individual learners
  • The criteria that can be used to group students in a class

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - retrieve the knowledge you have gained to examine how whole-class learning and individual learning are different
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify the materials that are geared towards helping individual learners
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw vital information from the engaging lesson on whole-class and individual learning

Additional Learning

More details about the tools for individual and whole-class learning can be found in the lesson titled Tools Used in Individual & Whole-Class Learning. Thanks to this lesson, you can do these tasks:

  • Compare and contrast individual learning and whole-class learning
  • Determine what turn and talk is
  • Identify the different types of assessments used in the classroom
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