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1
The skills, performances, and behaviors students are expected to learn in a subject area are called their
A)abilities.
B)achievements.
C)aptitudes.
D)curriculum.
E)norms.
2
Which of the following is NOT a lower-level thinking process?
A)Reciting number facts
B)Writing spelling words
C)Matching states to their capitals
D)Explaining a story in one's own words
E)Naming the letter shown on a flashcard
3
Which of the following is the most clearly stated objective?
A)The student will write the solutions to problems requiring addition of 3 single-digit numbers.
B)The student will understand basic math facts.
C)The student will recognize the addition symbol, the subtraction symbol, and the equal sign.
D)The student will be able to comprehend the difference between the operations of addition and subtraction.
4
Objectives that require memorization are called ______ objectives.
A)application
B)analysis
C)comprehension
D)recall
E)synthesis
5
In order for an objective to be classified as higher level, the student must be asked to do a task that is
A)new.
B)creative.
C)objective.
D)familiar.
E)recognized.
6
Many teachers' lesson plans consist of activities such as "introduce improper fractions" or "do worksheet 8 independently." The problem with such lesson plans is that they
A)are not feasible for most students.
B)are too short.
C)do not describe what students are to learn.
D)do not take into account student needs.
E)ignore available instructional resources.
7
Which of the following is NOT an important screen that should be used to judge the adequacy of textbook objectives and lesson plans?
A)Are they clearly stated regarding activities and student outcomes?
B)Are they suitable for this particular group of students?
C)Do they cover all or most of the important activities and outcomes students need?
D)Are the objectives and plans easy to assess?
8
Whose responsibility is it to develop lesson plans and objectives that are appropriate for a class?
A)Classroom teacher
B)Textbook publisher
C)School administrator
D)Students' parents
E)Local community
9
All of the following are levels of Bloom's Taxonomy EXCEPT
A)comprehension.
B)analysis.
C)evaluation.
D)integration.
10
Cognitive assessments involve intellectual activities such as
A)Shooting a basketball
B)Feeling motivated
C)Problem solving
D)Playing a musical instrument
E)Maintaining self-control
11
Which of the following is NOT an example of formative assessment?
A)Administering a paper-and-pencil test at the end of a unit
B)Observing students while they work on an in-class assignment
C)Questioning students during a full-class discussion
D)Reviewing student homework
12
When evaluating textbook assessment instruments, which of the following must be considered?
A)Whether the instruments save time or not
B)Whether the items on the test align with the instructional objectives of the actual instruction experienced by students
C)Whether the instruments reliably produce the same results with multiple groups of students
D)Whether the majority of students can pass the assessments
13
The primary intent of state standards is to
A)provide comparisons of students nationwide.
B)guide statewide learning and assessments.
C)dictate classroom objectives and activities.
D)replace teacher-made classroom tests with standardized standards-based assessments.







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