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Outcome 4 Review

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  • Q1
    Social constructivist practices involve dialogue as a means to learning.
    True
    False
    60s
  • Q2
    Both Cognitive (Piaget) and Social Constructivist (Vygotsky) theorists believe that individuals learn best when they…
    solve real-world problems that lack a single correct solution.
    actively put together knowledge and understanding.
    learn effective strategies for encoding new information.
    work in collaborative group settings.
    60s
  • Q3
    Which of the following teachers BEST exemplifies Social Constructivist practices?
    M. O'Neill allows their students the choice of working with a friend or by themselves on the worksheet.  
    Mr. Terrence uses data from a previous assessment to determine the 'just right' next learning experience for each student.
    60s
  • Q4
    According to Vygotsky, teachers should provide materials and learning experiences to students and let them discover ideas on their own.

    True 

    False
    60s
  • Q5
    Which of the following is the BEST example of scaffolding?
    Ms. Benson allows students to create a 3x5 index card with formulas on it and use it during unit tests, but they cannot do this for the final exam. 

    Mr. Rodriguez provides a bilingual glossary to English language learners at the beginning of the unit. He adjusts this strategy as students' fluency levels increase. 

    60s
  • Q6
    Which of the following is LEAST LIKELY to be part of the Relevant Experiences in the USF lesson plan?
    comparing historical figures to famous athletes
    relating skateboarding to a lesson on parabolas
    connecting last week's lesson on adjectives to today's lesson on adverbs
    allowing students to show their understanding via a paper or digital essay
    60s
  • Q7
    Ms. Nez is planning to use peer tutoring this year. Which of the following strategies should she include in order for it to be as effective as possible?
    Make sure to let parents/guardians know what peer tutoring involves.
    Match students as closely as possible by skill level.
    Choose tutors from the top 20% of the class.
    Have students do team building activities.
    60s
  • Q8
    Two students in your class taking turns helping each other is a Social Constructivist strategy.
    False
    True
    60s
  • Q9
    Team building activities are essential to making cooperative learning groups effective. Which feature of cooperative learning does this support?

    homogeneous grouping

    finding the zone
    group accountability
    positive interdependence
    60s
  • Q10
    Which of the following is a best practice for scaffolding?
    Gradually remove supports as learners progress toward mastery.
    Make sure students are switching roles from time to time.
    Engage students in social skills development, such as negotiation.
    Provide the support that meets MOST of your students' needs.
    60s
  • Q11
    M. Szymanski meets with each cooperative learning group twice during the projects' timeline, to monitor progress. This is a way to promote...
    heterogeneous grouping
    individual and group accountability
    positive interdependence
    60s
  • Q12
    Which of the following is an example of a readiness assessment?
    Observation of students engaging in a prerequisite activity
    Standardized test scores relevant to the lesson topic/skills
    All of the above are correct.
    Previous lesson assessment
    60s
  • Q13
    When planning for differentiation, teachers consider which of the following STUDENT characteristics?
    process
    content
    all of the above
    interests
    60s
  • Q14
    Ms. Kelleher allows her English Language Learners to first write their exit slips in their native languages, then translate to English. This is an example of DIFFERENTIATING BY:
    process
    content
    readiness
    learning profile
    60s
  • Q15
    Mr. Amari creates 3 centers for a lesson on the Bill of Rights. He assigns each student to 1 of the centers based on yesterday's quiz scores. This is an example of DIFFERENTIATING_____________ BY _____________.
    content by interests
    product by readiness
    process by readiness
    learning profile by content
    60s

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