EDUC 200 Quiz 2

EDUC 200 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Teachers in foreign (or world) language departments have sought to attract more students by
  2. Which of the following has had the most influence over the content of the curriculum in the past decade?
  3. The model of teaching in which the typical lecture and the homework elements of a course are reversed is called
  4. Which of the following is an example of “self-fulfilling prophecy?”
  5. A focus on problem solving is considered an innovative instructional approach. How is problem solving best described?
  6. How has the content of textbooks been affected by the standards-based movement?
  7. An essential part of understanding and dealing with the feelings of students is
  8. In general, educational writers comment that textbooks
  9. According to Gary Borich, which of the following is a characteristic behavior of effective teachers?
  10. A student listens to an editorial response on the TV news in which the speaker charges that a city politician is acting like Macbeth. The student immediately knows by the reference to Macbeth that the city politician is trying to usurp power, according to the speaker. The student is able to make that connection because
  11. In addition to using technology and emphasizing problem solving, mathematics instruction is moving toward
  12. During an Open House night, Tyrone Green met with parents of his Algebra I students. He briefly mentioned some of the fundamental concepts in Algebra I and spent most of his time explaining his techniques for teaching Algebra I to ninth-graders. What kind of knowledge did Tyrone use to explain how he teaches algebra?
  13. Why did members of the back-to-basics group push for the return to a “basic” curriculum?
  14. An example of differentiation provided at the elementary level is through the project approach which includes an in-depth investigation of a real-world topic. This approach uses a set of teaching strategies to guide the children through their investigation. Which of the following choices is not part of the project approach?
  15. Which of the following are guiding the development of physical education curricula?
  16. Current trends in English instruction include
  17. Brian, frustrated by his math worksheet, tears the paper in half. Which of the teacher’s following responses would best characterize what psychologist Carl Rogers calls “empathic understanding”?
  18. Which of the following is the best description of reflective teaching?
  19. Current trends in math instruction are likely to lead to graduates who are able to
  20. The Common Core standards were developed because of the belief by many people that
  21. Critics of the standards-based movement cite which of the following reasons for their objections
  22. David, a college senior majoring in history, was concerned that his knowledge of history would be insufficient to teach high school. He was considering enrolling in more American history courses to prepare himself for the classroom. According to research about teacher effectiveness, what is most likely a better use of David’s time as he prepares to teach?
  23. After giving her class several algebra problems to work on individually, Melina observed that half the students were stuck. She gathered the students’ attention and asked them to work on their algebra problems in pairs in order to help each other. What kind of decision did Melina make?
  24. According to the recent trends in foreign (or world) language instruction, which of the following would one expect to see in foreign language classes?
  25. Teaching is significantly affected by the teacher’s attitude toward

Set 2

  1. Current trends in English instruction include
  2. The process of teacher who continually examines and evaluates her attitude, practices, effectiveness and accomplishments is called
  3. A student listens to an editorial response on the TV news in which the speaker charges that a city politician is acting like Macbeth. The student immediately knows by the reference to Macbeth that the city politician is trying to usurp power, according to the speaker. The student is able to make that connection because
  4. Which personality trait or traits do many people believe are most critical in successful teaching?
  5. Teachers in foreign (or world) language departments have sought to attract more students by
  6. An essential part of understanding and dealing with the feelings of students is
  7. According to Good and Brophy (2008), teachers tend to treat low and high achieving students differently. In what ways do teachers treat low achievers differently from high achievers?
  8. In general, educational writers comment that textbooks
  9. According to Gary Borich, which of the following is a characteristic behavior of effective teachers?
  10. Which of the following is an example of “self-fulfilling prophecy?”
  11. Which of the following is the best description of reflective teaching?
  12. Which of the following are guiding the development of physical education curricula?
  13. During an Open House night, Tyrone Green met with parents of his Algebra I students. He briefly mentioned some of the fundamental concepts in Algebra I and spent most of his time explaining his techniques for teaching Algebra I to ninth-graders. What kind of knowledge did Tyrone use to explain how he teaches algebra?
  14. How has the content of textbooks been affected by the standards-based movement?
  15. David, a college senior majoring in history, was concerned that his knowledge of history would be insufficient to teach high school. He was considering enrolling in more American history courses to prepare himself for the classroom. According to research about teacher effectiveness, what is most likely a better use of David’s time as he prepares to teach?
  16. Current trends in math instruction are likely to lead to graduates who are able to
  17. The model of teaching in which the typical lecture and the homework elements of a course are reversed is called
  18. What is the best description of cooperative learning?
  19. An example of differentiation provided at the elementary level is through the project approach which includes an in-depth investigation of a real-world topic. This approach uses a set of teaching strategies to guide the children through their investigation. Which of the following choices is not part of the project approach?
  20. Why did members of the back-to-basics group push for the return to a “basic” curriculum?
  21. The Common Core standards were developed because of the belief by many people that
  22. Which of the following are traits that effective teachers demonstrate in their dealings with peers, administrators, and parents?
  23. Brian, frustrated by his math worksheet, tears the paper in half. Which of the teacher’s following responses would best characterize what psychologist Carl Rogers calls “empathic understanding”?
  24. Which of the following teachers best exemplifies the behavior of a reflective teacher?
  25. Among the skills that many educators believe are essential to effective teaching, which of the following are included?
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