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Students will demonstrate originality in a creative graphic activity.

Which objective measures the given learning outcome?

Given crayons and paper, students will draw a picture of an animal sitting in a chair using five colors and four geometric shapes.


What is a characteristic of learning outcome statements?

They are written in overt and measurable terms.


A teacher works with an inclusion class that contains students at varying ability levels from different backgrounds. They all learn at varying speeds.

Which two instructional objectives reflect differentiated instruction appropriate for this class?

- After instruction, using methods of their choice, all students will demonstrate mastery of the same objectives.
- After instruction, students will work on the same assignments at their own pace by completing series of short, related activities and lessons.


Bloom et al.’s Taxonomy of Educational Objectives measures cognitive ability in which level?



What is the purpose of the affective domain?

To address feelings, emotions, values, and judgment


On the first day of school, students share personal interests during an ice breaker group activity to create an effective classroom learning community.

What is the taxonomy for this instructional activity?

Affective domain-organization level



State or national mandates of what students should know, understand, and be able to do


Bloom's taxonomy

Hierarchical listing of cognitive domain levels related to critical thinking



Clear and measurable statements of instructional intent


Krathwohl's taxonomy

Framework of skills in the affective domain covering attitudes, emotions, and values


A teacher plans a social studies lesson based on the following standard:

Determine the influence of geography on indigenous community location and development

Which objective aligns with the standard?

Use a topographical map to analyze features common to indigenous areas



To summarize criteria according to different levels of performance



To systematically organize evidence that reflects growth and development



To provide a form of summative assessment


Formative assessment

To plan and assess learning during instructional activities


Authentic assessment

Require students to apply skills and knowledge in a real-life situation


Competitive evaluation

Determine individual student’s standing within a group


Work sample

Determine teacher effectiveness as related to evidence of student


Journals and blogs

Require students to periodically write about social climate and activities



Provide information that will enable the teacher to better plan effective instruction


Which assessment strategy would help determine student proficiency in objectives that have yet to be introduced?

- Give students a written exam over the upcoming objectives
- Ask questions aloud to determine students' knowledge of the topic


Scribes are for

Students who have difficulty with motor skills


Recorded books are for

Students who struggle with reading


Concept maps are for

Students who have difficulty processing complex concepts


Manipulatives are for

Students who struggle in mathematics


A fifth-grade teacher is developing a unit on geographic areas of the United States. She wants to plan a series of differentiated activities so that students will be able to identify various land and water forms.

Which set of instructional activities will meet this goal?

The teacher will organize self-selected groups of students.
Each group will choose a geographic region to research.
Each group will decide how to best communicate their research findings.


A teacher is covering the different types of currency used in North and South America. The teacher would like to use activities that meet the needs of the Logical-Mathematical learners in the classroom.

Which two activities would meet this goal?

- Games that utilize different forms of currency
- Classification activities where students group currency types


A teacher has several students who are English Language Learners (ELL). The teacher decides to differentiate a lesson on recycling by lengthening the amount of time the lesson will last. The teacher also reduces the amount of hands-on materials that will be used to complete the activity.

Which differentiated strategy above is most effective for these students?

Providing a longer time for the lesson is most effective because students who are learning a new language process at a slower speed.


What is a component of effective direct instruction?

Teach basic skills that are fundamental to more complex activities


An eighth-grade science teacher is teaching a unit on the air we breathe. The unit will cover the following topics:

• the scientific method
• air particles and air quality
• how to measure air particles
• designing research plans
• collecting data by gathering, observing, and testing
• organizing, evaluating, and analyzing data, including making inferences from results
• communicating findings

At the end of the unit, the students will demonstrate an understanding of how the scientific method is used to investigate air particles found in different environments.

Which questioning strategy should this teacher use when designing review questions to assess students’ understanding of the elements of the scientific method?

The teacher should design a series of short-response questions formulated around an authentic scenario that require the students to explain and provide details regarding how to apply elements of the scientific method.