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Classroom Management

Quiz by Loren Simpson

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  • Q1
    Which of the following is an example of a classroom rule?
    What to do during seatwork
    Actions during a fire drill
    Be to class on time
    How to gather materials in a cabinet
  • Q2
    Which of the following is a FALSE statement about classroom rules:
    Rules should always be written in a firm and serious manner
    Rules should be visibly posted in the classroom
    Rules should not include more than 5 items
    Students should be involved with rule writing when it applies
  • Q3
    When creating rules for your classroom, you should consider
    The grade level and school policies
    Creating rules that coordinate with a neighboring teacher
    What your students want for every rule
    Rules your parents would approve of
  • Q4
    A routine classroom procedure is defined as a method of process for how things are to be done in the classroom. Which of the following is an example of a classroom procedure?
    Use inside voices
    No cursing or teasing others
    Place homework into the homework basket
    Be to class on time
  • Q5
    Which of the following is an example of an appropriate classroom procedure a good manager should enact in order to ensure a smooth start to each class?
    Quietly take your seat and begin the bellwork posted on the white board
    Wait in your seat until announcements come over the intercom
    Begin an art activity while waiting for the teacher to begin
    Ask the teacher or a friend for information about today’s lesson
  • Q6
    Which of the following are examples of fundamental classroom management skills utilized by effective teachers?
    Determine student placement in reading programs
    Successfully write a formal lesson plan
    Provide plans for curriculum adjustments
    Plan, organize, and maintain a productive learning environment
  • Q7
    A teacher that is intentionally inviting demonstrates this classroom management skill by doing which of the following:
    Practicing predictability
    Addressing students by name
    Being organized and understanding that calm is strength
    Attending to more serious disruptions first
  • Q8
    What is another name for the intentional technique a teacher uses to engage students?
    Instructional strategies
    Classroom management
    Instructional methods
  • Q9
    An effective classroom manager understands
    the motivation of all learners
    the bottom line is compliance with rules and order
    the timing of the school bell schedule and the calendar of events
    the relationship between effective instructional strategies and classroom management

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