# E04 lesson 2 exam (2nd attempt) score 100 percent

Question 1

5 / 5 points

According to Piaget, _________, or physical, knowledge is derived from our engagement with objects in the world.

Question options:

a)

engagement

b)

social

c)

empirical

d)

logico-mathematical

Question 2

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Behavior problems may occur when materials are taught EXCEPT when they are:

Question options:

a)

too hard.

b)

c)

not yet mastered.

d)

too easy.

Question 3

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Mr. Sneed’s first grade class is learning about ocean life. Brendan asks Mr. Sneed, “How big is a whale?” Mr. Sneed has his children lie end to end in the hall until they have measured the length of a Beluga whale. He then has the children write or draw a picture about what else they can think of that could be that large. Mr. Sneed is teaching math, science, and writing skills all through this ocean theme. This is called a(n) ___________ curriculum.

Question options:

a)

inventive

b)

teacher-driven

c)

free-choice

d)

integrated

Question 4

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Besides deciding how to organize their classroom to accommodate a variety of learning settings, an important part of planning includes deciding:

Question options:

a)

what types of learning centers     would be most beneficial.

b)

how long it will take for the     teacher to clean up the materials the children use.

c)

how to gear the learning     materials toward the highest ability group.

d)

whether or not breaks and recess     should be taken daily.

Question 5

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Many discipline problems and minor injuries occur during ___________ times.

Question options:

a)

lunch

b)

snack

c)

play

d)

transition

Question 6

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When Mr. Baker takes the time to meet with the children __________, it helps him build a relationship with each child, which is crucial to cooperation and learning.

Question options:

a)

each month

b)

in small groups

c)

in circle time

d)

individually

Question 7

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Ms. Shapiro encourages her students to respect her wishes by showing respect for their:

Question options:

a)

parents.

b)

friends.

c)

schoolwork.

d)

wishes.

Question 8

5 / 5 points

To encourage friendships and build a caring community between teachers, students, administrators, and parents, a school could hold:

Question options:

a)

a potluck dinner.

b)

PTA meetings.

c)

teacher workdays.

d)

parent/teacher conferences.

Question 9

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Some teachers find the best shape in which to arrange children for a child-centered group time is a:

Question options:

a)

square.

b)

semi-circle.

c)

circle.

d)

horseshoe.

Question 10

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All of the following factors EXCEPT ____________ needs should be considered when establishing a routine.

Question options:

a)

parental

b)

physical

c)

emotional

d)

social

Question 11

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___________ is an invitation to discipline problems, as well as a serious waste of children’s time.

Question options:

a)

b)

Playing in groups

c)

Taking turns

d)

Waiting in line

Question 12

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When adults encourage pretend play, they are helping children develop logical reasoning skills, creative thinking, and __________, as well as social skills.

Question options:

a)

critical thinking

b)

consequence awareness

c)

scientific reasoning

d)

long-term friendships

Question 13

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Which factor, when considering a routine, requires the schedule to support child independence?

Question options:

a)

Emotional

b)

Social

c)

Physical

d)

Intellectual

Question 14

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Mrs. Miller is having circle time with her kindergarten class on the first day of school. They are brainstorming ideas for classroom guidelines. Why is Mrs. Miller allowing the children to help with this process?

Question options:

a)

Mrs. Miller did not have enough     time to prepare the rules ahead of time.

b)

Mrs. Miller knows this will help     the children like her when she must enforce rules.

c)

Mrs. Miller knows that children     are more likely to follow rules they helped create.

d)

Mrs. Miller wants the rules to     be easier for the children to understand.

Question 15

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Gathering children together as a group is essential for building a sense of __________ in a classroom.

Question options:

a)

community

b)

self-esteem

c)

friendship

d)

autonomy

Question 16

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One way to de-emphasize competition is to:

Question options:

a)

provide rewards for everyone     that is sitting correctly.

b)

encourage everyone to do their     personal best.

c)

tell students that whoever is     the quietest wins.

d)

not offer praise.

Question 17

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Good teachers create a(n) _____________ learning environment to foster children’s curiosity and desire to learn.

Question options:

a)

rich

b)

crowded

c)

cluttered

d)

Question 18

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Learning for children starts with __________ experiences and objects from which to make sense.

Question options:

a)

educational

b)

abstract

c)

real

d)

Question 19

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Investigating some bugs the children found on the playground and finding books to identify them instead of doing your scheduled science lesson for the day is an example of:

Question options:

a)

an integrated curriculum.

b)

relevant learning.

c)

developmental centers.

d)

an outdoor classroom.

Question 20

5 / 5 points

Cultural differences are not limited to minority groups. Cultural differences can be based on family income, jobs, and:

Question options:

a)

opinion.

b)

family size.

c)

educational level.

d)

temperaments.