EDUC 554 Curriculum Quiz


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Liberty University

EDUC 554 Across the Curriculum Quiz


Due Dec 13, 2020 at 11:59pm


Points 35


Questions 25


Time Limit 120 Minutes

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Score for this quiz: 35 out of 35
Submitted Dec 9, 2020 at 2:29pm This attempt took 12 minutes.

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Question 1
2 / 2 pts A technique which helps students to be consciously aware of whether they are likely to find the answer to a question “right there” on the page, between the lines, or beyond the information provided in the text is:

Question-Answer-Relationships (QAR)

SQ3R Study Strategy
Miscue Analysis
Guided Reading
Question 2
2 / 2 pts Of the following, the most effective way to activate students’ background knowledge is to use: KWL charts
Miscue analysis
Elkonin Boxes
Question 3
2 / 2 pts When using a content-area textbook, teachers should: introduce key terms before students read the assigned pages
require all students to independently read assigned pages for homework
refrain from using any additional reading material

ask students to read all pages orally
Question 4
2 / 2 pts A group of students examined a list of words and then decided which ones they thought were related to the textbook chapter. These students participated in an activity known as: possible sentences
anticipation guides
exclusion brainstorming
Question 5
2 / 2 pts A common thread or unifying feature of a project is known as the: refrain

Question 6
2 / 2 pts After reading many books and magazine articles about tennis star Serena Williams, fourth grade student Caroline pretended that she was Serena Williams and she began writing journal entries using the viewpoint of the famous athlete. Caroline’s writing is an example of a: learning log
simulated journal
double-entry journal
found poem
Question 7
2 / 2 pts Effective teachers have found that students read textbooks more successfully when they: have a purpose for reading
use accompanying workbooks
are given homework assignments
read pages orally
Question 8
2 / 2 pts

To help his students retain information as they read, a sixth grade teacher would like to teach a strategy that incorporates before, during, and after-reading components and encourages students to review material. An appropriate technique would be:
Question 9
2 / 2 pts Interdisciplinary units that integrate reading and writing with social studies, science, and other curricular areas are known as: Gestalt
Morphemic Units
Multigenre Projects
Thematic Units
Question 10
2 / 2 pts Students conduct authentic research when they:

search for answers to their questions
research topics assigned by their teacher
write definitions of assigned words
read novels assigned by their teacher
Question 11
1 / 1 pts A new teacher wants to use a thematic unit with her class. She should develop assessment plans for the unit:
before starting the unit with her students
when the class reaches the midpoint of the unit
after the unit has been completed
when the students request feedback
Question 12
1 / 1 pts Because they wanted the principal to reverse his decision on the school’s dress code, sixth grade students wrote compositions from their own viewpoints in which they expressed the need for change. Their writing could most appropriately be classified as: simulated journals

persuasive essays
learning logs
multigenre projects
Question 13
1 / 1 pts When students take notes in class, they should: copy information verbatim
restate concepts in their own words
focus upon spelling and handwriting
attempt to memorize facts
Question 14
1 / 1 pts Before reading a chapter in their textbooks, the teacher asked the students to use two or more new vocabulary words to compose sentences that might be in the textbook chapter. These students participated in an activity known as: exclusion brainstorming
possible sentences

anticipation guides
words sorts
Question 15
1 / 1 pts Before students read a complete textbook chapter, it is most helpful for them to first: copy sentences from the chapter
read the questions at the end of the chapter
check the class schedule
read a narrative text
Question 16
1 / 1 pts When he reached the midpoint of a thematic unit on the Industrial Revolution, teacher Tony Catania asked his students to spend 10 minutes writing about the topic. These students participated in a: writing inventory
morphemic analysis

Question 17
1 / 1 pts Teacher Donna Rutgers was given a science textbook and correctly advised that she should: supplement the textbook with other print and Internet resources
use the textbook as the only reading material for her class
conduct round-robin reading sessions using the textbook
help the students memorize the information in the textbook
Question 18
1 / 1 pts A few students in Diane Sand’s class have difficulty reading their textbooks independently. Of the following, the best way to help these students would be for the teacher to: excuse them from the assignments and not expect them to read aloud
ask them to read the pages at home with a parent or sibling
read the text aloud to students before asking them to read it independently
provide more time for reading

Question 19
1 / 1 pts As they studied the topic of recycling, a group of students prepared posters, diagrams, and timelines, read Internet articles, and wrote poems. These students participated in a:
language experience approach
leveled project
multigenre project
Question 20
1 / 1 pts To help students use textbooks effectively, teachers remind them to:
open to the first page and read straight through
preview chapters before reading them
copy sentences verbatim
read most pages orally
Question 21
1 / 1 pts As she read the novel, Esperanza Rising, eleven-year-old Marissa wrote her favorite lines on sticky-notes. She then arranged the lines to create a poem. That type of poem is known as a (n):

scrap poem
found poem
Question 22
1 / 1 pts Before her students read a textbook chapter about the Grand Canyon, the teacher introduced a set of statements and asked the students whether they thought the statements were true or false. Then they read the chapter to see if they were correct. This teacher was using a(n): exclusion brainstorming
anticipation guide
Elkonin Box
Question 23
1 / 1 pts Effective teachers help students focus upon the big ideas as they read by using: flashcards

word chains
graphic organizers
Question 24
1 / 1 pts When planning a thematic unit, teachers should: consider ways to differentiate instruction
select only narrative texts
select only expository texts
ask each student to read orally
Question 25
1 / 1 pts Gloria kept a journal on her desk as she read a textbook chapter about the solar system. She divided each page of her journal into two columns. She wrote questions in one column and answers to the questions in the opposite column. Gloria’s journal is an example of a: QAR journal
conference journal

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Quiz Score: 35 out of 35