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Review Test Submission: Quiz 1UserBenjamin Luke VickersCourse202030 Summer 2020 EDUC 554-B03 LUOTestQuiz 1Started5/24/20 10:50 PMSubmitted5/24/20 11:19 PMDue Date5/24/20 11:59 PMStatusCompletedAttempt Score33 out of 35 points Time Elapsed28 minutes out of 2 hoursInstructions2-hour time limit35 multiple-choice questionsOpen-book/open-notesMultiple attempts allowedDo not click the BACK button because this will lock you out of the quiz.The timer will continue if and when you leave the quiz.Results DisplayedSubmitted Answers, FeedbackQuestion 11 out of 1 pointsThe zone of proximal development is:Selected Answer:the level between students' actual development and their potential developmentQuestion 21 out of 1 pointsKatia, an eight-year-old student who is an English learner, was reluctant to raise herhand to participate in whole class discussions. Her teacher was correctly advised to help Katia expand her vocabulary and gain confidence in speaking by:Selected Answer:encouraging her to participate in small groupsQuestion 31 out of 1 pointsThird grade teacher Gene Brady noticed that his students had difficulty using comprehension strategies. Of the following, the most effective way for this teacher to help his students would be to:Selected Answer:provide minilessons and model comprehension strategiesQuestion 41 out of 1 pointsThe Common Core State Standards include a strand on Informational Texts because:
Selected Answer:mature readers should be able to use nonfiction materialsQuestion 51 out of 1 pointsWendy's mother taught her a few basic crochet stitches when she was eight years old. As she got older, Wendy was able to learn additional crochet stitches in processof:Selected Answer:assimilationQuestion 61 out of 1 pointsTheorists such as Piaget explained that students' knowledge is organized into cognitive structures or files in mental filing cabinets known as:Selected Answer:schemataQuestion 71 out of 1 pointsStudents usually have more opportunities to work independently, select their