EC440 TEST 2 DONE 95.docx - EC440 CREATING LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Aug 4 2018 5:25 PM Lesson 2 Exam 95 100 Lesson 2 Exam Question 1 5 5 points Tanetha is

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EC440 CREATING LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Lesson 2 ExamAug 4, 2018 5:25 PM95 / 100Lesson 2 ExamQuestion 15 / 5 pointsTanetha is examining a formal in-depth instrument for curriculum development that she might use with her preschool program. Which would be the best?Question options:An instrument that assesses only math and literacy since these are the most crucial subjectsAn instrument that allows children to show their learning over timeAn instrument that is designed for K-3rd grade so there is alignmentA standardized screening instrumentQuestion 25 / 5 pointsWhich would be the most effective pre- and post-assessment for kindergarten age children?Question options:A KWHL chart that is conducted before and after an activityA KWHL chart that is conducted before an activity and a web that is conducted after the activityA true and false test conducted before and after an activityA post assessment web onlyQuestion 35 / 5 points
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Which of the following would be the best example of in-depth reflection?Question options:"I had a lot of fun conducting the activity.""The children had fun learning about bugs. Several of them smiled.""Jonathon misbehaved while we had circle. He ran around the circle rather than sitting down.""I realized that the large group activity was not the best method for teaching since several of the children did not meet the outcomes."Question 45 / 5 pointsWhich is NOT a result of frequent schedule changes?Question options:Cooperative play increases.Internal motivation to complete tasks is decreased.Attention spans are reduced.Dependency on the teacher is increased.Question 55 / 5 pointsWhich of the following would be an example of a SMART outcome?Question options:Five-year-old Tina will learn to throw a ball.The three-year-old children in Terrance's class will learn to count to 200 by tensFour-year-old Sabrina will identify the letters in her name.
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