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Learning Cycle Lessons and Effective Questioning
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Reading Quiz Review
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“What are some things you noticed about the way the moon looked in the sky last night?” This question is a) A closed question. b) An open-ended question. ANSWER: B
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a) An open-ended question. b) A closed question. ANSWER: A “What are some plants and animals found in the tide- pool biome?” This question is
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a) The length of student responses increases. b) Student discipline problems increase. c) Students offer more thoughtful responses. d) A and C. e) A, B, and C. ANSWER: D When a teacher waits longer than 3 seconds for responses after asking a question:
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Which type of response involves seeking clarification and/or justification by asking students to go beyond superficial, first-answer responses? a) Accepting b) Extending c) Probing d) All of the above. e) None of the above. ANSWER: C
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Short Answer Differentiate between open- ended and closed questions and give at least 3 examples of each. What should a teacher consider when deciding whether to ask open-ended or
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Unformatted text preview: closed questions during science instruction? Agenda • Learning Cycle Lesson Presentations • “At the Top” Lesson • *We will not have a TSAI , Chapter 2 Reading Quiz, but you can expect questions from Chapter 2 on Wednesday’s test. Parameters for Learning Cycle Lessons • Follow 5E lesson format. • Only read 2-3 minutes (if at all) from a grade-appropriate book. • Incorporate variety of science process skills!!! They’re what make an activity a “science activity.” • Allow students to discuss their ideas. • Learning Cycle 5E Learning Cycle Presentations Model Lesson Compare & Contrast Revise Lesson Plans For next time • Prepare for your test. – Covers Chapters 1, 2, 4, and 7 + Learning Cycle Handouts. • Revise your Learning Cycle lesson based on today’s discussion. – Due on Monday, September 19. – Everyone in group should review and sign 5E Checklist. This will be your cover sheet....
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