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Quiz 13 :

Teaching Every Student

Quiz 13 :

Teaching Every Student

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To what taxonomic domain does the following objective belong? "Students will share their reactions about the appeal of a painting after a trip to a local gallery."
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B

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Given the objective "students will be able to write complete sentences using words from a new vocabulary list," identify whether Mager's three criteria for a correctly stated behavioural objective are present or absent in this objective. Behaviour Condition Criterion
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C

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What is the taxonomic domain of the following objective? "After learning about the properties of magnetism, students will build a vacuum and observe whether there is magnetic behaviour present."
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D

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In order to measure the outcomes of cognitive objectives more easily, the objectives should be
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Woolfolk suggests that advanced planning is important primarily because such planning
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An advantage of Gronlund's approach to writing objectives over Mager's is
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What level of Bloom's taxonomy is represented by the following objective? "Student teachers will design a module of instruction in their own content areas."
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What level of Bloom's taxonomy is most difficult, if not impossible, to measure with multiple-choice tests?
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A student in a biology class examines a slide of an unfamiliar cell and describes its major parts and how they interrelate. What element in Bloom's taxonomy is most directly exemplified?
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Which one of the following statements is TRUE with regard to instructional planning?
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Which one of the following is likely to be an objective written by a teacher from the cognitive viewpoint?
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Indicate the HIGHEST level of Bloom's taxonomy in which the following question can be classified: "How should government classes judge the feasibility of a court decision?"
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After teaching about classical conditioning, Ms. Lennon explained the function of each major component in the model (conditioned response, unconditioned stimulus, etc.). What level of the new cognitive taxonomy is most directly exemplified by Ms. Lennon's apparent instructional objective?
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Which one of the following objectives would probably be the most difficult to measure?
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Ms. Smith would like to measure her first-graders' mastery of their personal information (address, phone number, spelling of name). What level of Bloom's taxonomy do her questions illustrate?
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Which one of the following objectives illustrates an appropriate behavioural example of the cognitive objective, "Students will be able to understand the concept of correlation"?
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Whitney presents and defends her personal views on the desirability of having the current president nominate Supreme Court Justices. What level of thinking in Bloom's taxonomy is illustrated by Whitney's task?
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Which one of the following objectives is complete according to Mager's guidelines?
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Larry identifies the names of all present members of the Prime Minister's Cabinet. What element from Bloom's taxonomy is most directly exemplified?
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The primary value of Bloom's taxonomy of cognitive objectives is that it can
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