Gender Differences in the Classroom: Physical, Cognitive & Behavioral - Quiz & Worksheet


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All of the following are gender differences observed by researchers, EXCEPT:

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1. Which of the following is true about standardized tests?

2. Girls are more occupied with physical appearance than boys. This gender difference is reflected in which grade level?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The differences in genders at a young age is most clearly represented in the classroom, and this quiz tests you on some of these differences.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz tests your understanding of gender differences by asking you to:

  • Determine what characteristic is not a difference researchers observed between genders
  • Know the gender differences on standardized tests
  • Recall the grade level in which girls are more mindful of physical appearance
  • Recognize the grade level when gender differences in playing group sports are reflected
  • Understand the grade level when girls show more interest in attending college

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw the most pertinent information from the lesson on gender differences in school
  • Information recall - remember the knowledge you have gained regarding when girls are more interested in physical appearance than boys and when boys are more likely to play group sports than girls
  • Knowledge application - use this information to successfully answer questions about gender differences on standardized tests

Additional Learning

Want to learn more about observable gender differences in schools? The lesson called Gender Differences in the Classroom: Physical, Cognitive & Behavioral covers the following objectives:

  • Explain the differences between genders in physical activity and motor skills
  • Examine the differences in cognitive and academic abilities
  • Explore the differences in interpersonal relationships and self-esteem
  • Identify how these differences manifest at different grade levels