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Visitor – Teachers – Quiz 06: Assessment
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Question 1 of 10
The assessment designed to assist teachers in planning developmentally appropriate instruction can best be described as _________________.
Question 2 of 10
The Cloze Procedure is a reading comprehension activity in which words are omitted from a passage and students are required to fill in the blanks. Which reading component might be assessed using this activity?
Question 3 of 10
Randi is an 8th-grader who wants to improve her testing skills before going to high school. She decides that a good first step is to practice problem-solving strategies with a _____________.
Question 4 of 10
“They risk turning projects and papers into exercises in simply following the rules and addressing the required elements of the activity”. This is an example of the limitations of a grading ________.
Question 5 of 10
Miss Harvey is concerned about her students’ safety as they prepare equipment for gymnastics class. To ensure that students understand the proper procedure, best practice is to __________________________.
Question 6 of 10
1. Randomly divide the class into small groups with three to five members.
2. Have students present to their group a short draft of their story to date.
3. Ask the group to give informal feedback to the author about their progress.
These steps are related to which type of assessment?
Question 7 of 10
Mr. Carter is teaching a new unit on the history of nutrition science. To ensure that his assessment of student achievement is fair and accurate, he uses _____________________.
Question 8 of 10
Jeremy performs well on converting fractions in Mrs. Clark’s fifth-grade class. However, he doesn’t perform well on the statewide end-of-semester test on this competency. Ms. Clark best course of action is to _______________________.
Question 9 of 10
Mrs. Andrews wants to conduct a test before the holiday break to determine if students are progressing toward certain benchmarks. The test she is creating could best be described as _____________.
Question 10 of 10
Mr. Ross often walks around his classroom, observing his students as they work in groups. This type of assessment of student progress can best be described as ____________.