## EDUC 324 Quiz Module 5

EDUC 324 Quiz Module 5 Models

EDUC 324 Quiz Models and Hands-On Learning

1. Photosynthesis is the process where green plants use a certain molecule from the air and water from the soil, in the presence of sunlight, to manufacture molecules. What is the molecule called?
2. The process of seedlings sprouting is called:
3. The vacant lot story is an example of:
4. Animals with internal backbones including all fish, amphibians, birds, reptiles, and mammals are called:
5. Having plants and/or animals in your classroom can help students learn how to:
6. A vegetable is considered the root, stem, leaf, or what other part of the plant?
7. A hard-boiled egg sinks in fresh water but oats in salt water because:
8. Some fruits oat in water because:
9. When an object oats, it does what to the water?
10. Some liquids oat on water because:
11. In sinking and floating, some materials can be sinkers and then changed to:
12. The average density of water is:
13. Stars shine by:
14. Meteorologists often explore weather predictions using:
15. The scientist that discovered that all matter is made up of atoms too small to be seen was:
16. The scientist who asserted that atoms of different elements must be different from each other was:
17. Johnston helped the students remember which fruit modeled which planet by making a:
18. Although we often create physical models, a model does not have to be something we touch or see. These are called:
19. In order to adapt the edible Solar System model for early elementary, the author suggests:
20. At the beginning of a lesson if a teacher creates a demonstration to get the students interested in a topic, this would be called the:
21. Negatively charged particles found in atoms are called:
22. The phase of the learning cycle where the students describe their understanding of the topic (but are not formally assessed) is called the:
23. In a parallel circuit, if one bulb goes out, the other bulbs:
24. The five-phase model of engage, explore, explain, elaborate, and evaluate is called the:
25. A pathway for a current is called:
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