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Question 1 Which of the following ranked highest with girls in describing their peer culture in middle school?a. student-teacher camaraderieb. relational aggressionc. worries about povertyd. gender clashesQuestion 2 Research indicates that because of noninstructional demands (discipline problems, attendance, etc.) teachers lose what percentage of instructional time?a. between 10 and 15 percentb. between 25 percent and 50 percentc. between 50 and 75 percentd. more than 75 percentQuestion 3 In Life in Classrooms, Philip W. Jackson characterizes school life asa. extremely organized and structured.b. an active process in which both students and teachers are engaged in the learning process.c. a passive process in which students do little more than sit and wait.d. hostile, with teachers who feel like students are a distraction from the demands placed upon them by an administration.Question 4 Bullying has been an accepted school tradition for so long becausea. teachers accept the common myths surrounding bullying.b. teachers have difficulty defining what constitutes bullying.c. teachers are frequently intimidated by bullies, especially in the upper grades.d. teachers realize that there are often no disciplinary consequences for bullies.Question 5
Members of which demographic group are at the greatest risk for committing suicide?a. African American malesb. white femalesc. Hispanic femalesd. Native American malesQuestion 6 Which of the following is true of today's families in the U.S.?a. Most families are headed by a working father and a stay-at-home mother.b. Less than half of American families are remarried or recoupled.c. Only two-thirds of children live in two-parent households.d. The percentage of married women with children who work outside the home has fallen from 78 percent to just over 60 percent.Question 7 Paula is an elementary school teacher who often feels more like the last thing in the world she gets to do is teach her students. She feels as though much of her day is taken up with determiningwho gets to speak, when to line up for lunch, how the class will work when broken into groups, and so forth. Based on these actions, Paula occupies the role ofa. organizer.