EDUC 554 Classrooms Quiz


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Liberty University

EDUC 554 Quiz Classrooms that Differentiat

Due Dec 6, 2020 at 11:59pm


Points 35


Questions 35


Time Limit 120 Minutes

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Score for this quiz: 35 out of 35
Submitted Dec 2, 2020 at 5:23pm This attempt took 16 minutes.

Time 16 minutes

Question 1
1 / 1 pts Basal readers usually:

provide the greatest opportunities for student choice

provide the greatest opportunities for teacher choice

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contain a strong skills component
contain authentic literature
Question 2
1 / 1 pts The school librarian has correctly advised a fourth grade teacher that his classroom library should contain: only books written at a fourth grade level for consistency
only books written at second to fourth grade levels so students don’t become frustrated books written at a range of reading levels so that everyone can find something to read
books to be used for round-robin reading sessions so that students can reread texts
Question 3
1 / 1 pts When students are participating in a literature focus unit they should: always work independently to pursue their own interests
always work together to build class spirit
sometimes work independently and sometimes work in small groups or as a whole class

complete all assignments at home
Question 4
1 / 1 pts During Writing Workshop, it is most appropriate for students to work on projects: they’ve chosen themselves chosen by the teacher
that require only narrative writing
that require only expository writing
Question 5
1 / 1 pts Of the following, the instructional method that relies most heavily upon teacher direction is the: basal reading program
literature circle
literature focus unit
reading workshop
Question 6

1 / 1 pts Of the following, the most individualized instructional approach is the:
basal reading program
literature circle
literature focus unit
reading workshop
Question 7
1 / 1 pts Because teacher Marie Nercoff wanted to share her love of science fiction, she developed a unit using science fiction texts written by Jules Verne, Madeleine L’Engle, and other authors. This teacher developed a (n):
genre unit
novel unit
informational unit
text unit
Question 8
1 / 1 pts When third grade teacher Nick Yule made the transition from teaching with a basal reading program to implementing reading workshop, the principal correctly advised him that minilessons are:

not used in a classroom implementing reading workshop
appropriate in reading workshop classrooms
conducted by parents rather than teachers
only appropriate during the first two weeks of the school year
Question 9
1 / 1 pts When participating in literature circles, effective teachers encourage students to read: only stories
only informational books
stories and/or informational books
basal reader selections
Question 10
1 / 1 pts Students are most likely to engage in authentic writing activities when they participate in: response to intervention

basal reading programs
workbook activities
writing workshop
Question 11
1 / 1 pts Guided reading groups should consist of students: of varying ability to promote diversity
who read on approximately the same level
who share similar cultural backgrounds
of the same age
Question 12
1 / 1 pts Of the following, the best way to prepare students to participate in literature circles is to involve them in: grand conversations
round-robin reading
popcorn reading

word sorts
Question 13
1 / 1 pts When students participate in literature focus units, the books they read are usually selected by: a student committee
a parent committee
the teacher
the school librarian
Question 14
1 / 1 pts When comparing Sustained Silent Reading and Reading Workshop, a new teacher correctly stated: the two terms are synonymous
sustained silent reading does not make use of authentic literature
reading workshop is more closely related to basal instructional programs
sustained silent reading does not include an instructional component

Question 15
1 / 1 pts A fifth grade teacher began an author study by introducing several books written by Lois Lowry. Of the following, the primary reason for implementing author studies with elementary students is to:
monitor the books that the students read
provide role models to inspire their writing
restrict their reading to specific genres
demonstrate the difficulties that writers encounter
Question 16
1 / 1 pts When third grade teacher Anne Shirley developed a poetry unit, experienced teachers correctly advised that she should monitor and document her students’ work by using a(n):
graphic organizer
assignment checklist
anticipation guide
Elkonin Box

Question 17
1 / 1 pts Literature focus units which center upon one novel are usually completed in: one week
three to four weeks
one day
three days
Question 18
1 / 1 pts Most basal reading programs end in: first grade
third grade
sixth grade
twelfth grade
Question 19
1 / 1 pts

Many students in Kathy Sites’ class are advanced readers who can apply comprehension strategies and discuss challenging books with minimal teacher guidance. The most appropriate activity for these students would be:
Reading Recovery
Literature Circles
Basal Reading Programs
The Language Experience Approach
Question 20
1 / 1 pts Teachers in the Brady School District plan to use a computer-based program as an intervention for those who struggle in learning to read. To help the students make the most progress, the computer-based program should:
be used during time previously designated for library visits
be used with round-robin reading
replace classroom instruction
supplement classroom instruction
Question 21
1 / 1 pts Of the following, the most appropriate role for a school literacy coach is to:

work individually with students who struggle in reading
conduct teacher observations
plan instructional programs for parents
collaborate with teachers to design instruction
Question 22
1 / 1 pts Literacy Centers: should only be used in the primary grades
should only be used in the upper elementary grades
can be used at any grade level
can be used only with phonics activities
Question 23
1 / 1 pts In the most effective intervention programs, students are instructed by: paraprofessionals
peer tutors

certified teachers
parent volunteers
Question 24
1 / 1 pts Fifth grade teacher Joe Henderson has students working above grade level as well as many working below grade level. Of the following, the best way to enable all of the students to demonstrate their learning would be to ask them to:
take the same standardized test
write a three paragraph essay
complete a project of their choice
participate in readers theatre
Question 25
1 / 1 pts Several fifth grade students have been having difficulty reading an assigned novel and need teacher support to comprehend the text. Of the following, the most appropriate instructional technique to use with these students would be:
Guided Reading
Reading Recovery

Accelerated Reader
Sustained Silent Reading
Question 26
1 / 1 pts When a teacher practices differentiated instruction, he should: place students in ability groups which remain constant throughout the school year
allow students to place themselves in permanent groups
place students in flexible groups which will change according to need
base grouping primarily upon the students’ social needs
Question 27
1 / 1 pts When her class was studying the American Revolution, a third grade teacher gathered related books of many genres and levels of difficulty. This collection could be referred to as a (n): Elkonin Box
literature focus unit
author study

text set
Question 28
1 / 1 pts The most effective way to help students who struggle with writing is to provide: daily spelling drills
related workbook exercises
topics for daily compositions
more opportunities for authentic writing
Question 29
1 / 1 pts To help students monitor their progress and develop responsibility for completing their assignments, teachers should: check students’ workbooks daily create individualized projects
provide checklists for students to track their progress
provide individualized homework packets for students to complete with their parents
Question 30
1 / 1 pts

Teacher Joe Capp would like all of his students to discuss a novel, Because of WinnDixie, but some of the students are unable to read the text independently. This teacher should:
ask the students who struggle to read the text at home
ask the students to read the novel in a round-robin manner
read the text aloud to the students
assign additional worksheets for the students who struggle
Question 31
1 / 1 pts Reading Recovery is an intervention program that was designed to address the needs of:
kindergarten students
first grade students
students in kindergarten to grade 3
students at any grade level
Question 32
1 / 1 pts To increase the likelihood that all students will be successful, teachers should:

use consistent workbook programs
ask every student to complete the same assignment
create tiered lessons
hold the same requirements for all students
Question 33
1 / 1 pts When the school year began, a new teacher planned many reading activities for her class. Veteran teachers correctly advised that she should use a single text: for all instruction to facilitate discussion
when students participate in reading workshop
75% of the time to build the classroom community
only 25% of the time so that she could differentiate instruction
Question 34
1 / 1 pts When Rida, an English learner, joined the second grade class, the principal wisely stated that guided reading: was an appropriate instructional approach for students who are English learners

would confuse students who are English learners
should only be used with first grade students
should only be used with nonfiction texts
Question 35
1 / 1 pts Two teachers are working together to plan a unit on space exploration. These teachers should design activities: with multiple options to address students’ strengths and needs with firm requirements that assess all students in the same manner
that require all students to read grade level materials
that require every student to give an oral presentation Quiz Score: 35 out of 35