Chapter 7

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Question 1

Question
In Dimension 1—Scientific and Engineering Practices, asking questions for __________ and defining problems for ____________ is the first element in the Framework for K—12 Science Standards (NRC, 2011).
Answer
  • engineering – science
  • investigation – students
  • students – investigation
  • science – engineering
  • teachers – students

Question 2

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One of the most important roles of the teacher in an inquiry science classroom is to:
Answer
  • ask the right questions at the right time
  • assign five warm-up review questions for students to answer at the start of class
  • promote student discourse in the classroom.
  • B & C only
  • A & C only

Question 3

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Teachers who teach science as inquiry ask questions to:
Answer
  • focus investigations and also shift focus from observation to explanation.
  • probe prior knowledge and stimulate reflective thinking.
  • encourage creativity and develop student understanding.
  • all of the above
  • A & B only

Question 4

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Which of the following statements was NOT found to be true according to researchers who conducted a series of observations of science teachers' questioning behaviors?
Answer
  • Students were largely quizzed on a series of knowledge level, vocabulary-focused questions
  • Effective questioning was relatively rare
  • Teachers’ questions emphasized knowing the right answer.
  • Most teachers’ questioning sessions monitored the leaners’ understanding of ideas and encouraged deep thinking.

Question 5

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Formative assessments that are lesson-embedded rely on the teacher’s use of:
Answer
  • diagrams and drawings.
  • well-chosen questions.
  • concept maps
  • scaffolding
  • student responses.

Question 6

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Which of the following is NOT a classification of questions:
Answer
  • productive or unproductive
  • person-centered or subject-centered
  • equitable or inequitable
  • internal or external
  • closed or open-ended

Question 7

Question
Which of the following statements is NOT descriptive of open-ended questions?
Answer
  • Open-ended questions have a single correct answer
  • Open-ended questions encourage verbal development
  • Open-ended questions enable multiple students to make useful contributions to a discussion
  • Open-ended questions trigger divergent thinking.

Question 8

Question
Which of the following statements is NOT descriptive of closed questions?
Answer
  • Closed questions can be answered in a number of ways.
  • A single word is seldom an adequate answer to a closed question.
  • Closed questions require a student to think convergently.
  • Closed questions help the teacher assess the students’ factual recall.
  • A & B only

Question 9

Question
“How many of you observed your mealworm last night”? is an example of which type of question?
Answer
  • subject-centered
  • person-centered
  • closed
  • open-ended
  • B & C

Question 10

Question
“What is the mineral make-up of the igneous rock granite?” is an example of which type of question”?
Answer
  • subject-centered
  • person-centered
  • open-ended
  • A & C
  • B & C

Question 11

Question
“How would you design an investigation to find out if mealworms prefer to eat potato or apple slices”? is an example of which kind of question?
Answer
  • subject-centered
  • person-centered
  • open-ended
  • A & C
  • B & C

Question 12

Question
“What are some things you noticed about the way the moon looked in the sky last night?” is an example of:
Answer
  • a closed question
  • an open-ended question

Question 13

Question
“When the moon rises in the east at sunset, what is its phase?” is an example of:
Answer
  • a closed question
  • an open-ended question

Question 14

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“What are the possible explanations for the broken egg on the ground?” is an example of
Answer
  • a closed question
  • an open-ended question

Question 15

Question
Teacher: What did you do to make the bulb light? Student: I put a wire from the battery to here, and I put a wire from the other end of the battery to the bulb. Teacher: One wire on the side of the bulb and one wire on the bottom with the wires touching each end of the battery. A complete pathway or circuit is formed What type of response did the teacher give?
Answer
  • accepting response
  • extending response
  • probing response

Question 16

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Teacher: Why did you need to touch the side and the bottom of the bulb to complete the pathway? Student: Maybe it had to do with how the bulb is wired inside. Teacher: Very good thinking. What type of response did the teacher give?
Answer
  • accepting response
  • extending response
  • probing response

Question 17

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Teacher: How do you think the wires are connected on the inside of the bulb? What type of response did the teacher give?
Answer
  • accepting response
  • extending response
  • probing response

Question 18

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If you want to promote fact recall you should ask:
Answer
  • closed questions.
  • open-ended questions
  • probing questions
  • easy questions
  • difficult questions

Question 19

Question
“How do your findings compare with the rest of the class?” would be most appropriately used at which 5-E phase?
Answer
  • Engage
  • Explore
  • Explain
  • Elaborate
  • Evaluate

Question 20

Question
“What do you know about _______?” would be most appropriately used at which 5-E phase?
Answer
  • Engage
  • Explore
  • Explain
  • Elaborate
  • Evaluate

Question 21

Question
“What data are you collecting?” would be most appropriately used at which 5-E phase?
Answer
  • Engage
  • Explore
  • Explain
  • Elaborate
  • Evaluate

Question 22

Question
“Considering what happened, how has your thinking about this changed?” would be most appropriately used at which 5-E phase?
Answer
  • Engage
  • Explore
  • Explain
  • Evaluate
  • Elaborate

Question 23

Question
“Do you expect the same results if you use different objects?” would be most appropriately used at which 5-E phase?
Answer
  • Engage
  • Explore
  • Explain
  • Evaluate
  • Elaborate

Question 24

Question
“What patterns do you find in your data?” would be most appropriately used at which 5-E phase?
Answer
  • Engage
  • Explore
  • Explain
  • Elaborate
  • Evaluate

Question 25

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Accountable talk is discourse that:
Answer
  • goes beyond answering questions that you pose as a teacher.
  • promotes learning.
  • sharpens student thinking by reinforcing their ability to use knowledge appropriately.
  • encourages students to actively listen to each other, building on one another’s ideas
  • all of the above

Question 26

Question
Which of the following statements is NOT part of the formative assessment scaffolding “feedback loop”?
Answer
  • Teachers ask questions to better grasp the students’ levels of understanding
  • Students respond to the questions orally, in writing, or through diagrams and drawings.
  • Teachers recognize and acknowledge student responses.
  • Teachers provide corrections of all erroneous responses.
  • Teachers provide scaffolds to improve learning and understanding.

Question 27

Question
You discover that many of the students in your class have never been to the beach. The question ”What do you experience when you wade out into the ocean?” is probably:
Answer
  • equitable
  • inequitable
  • person-centered
  • A & C only
  • B & C only

Question 28

Question
Productive questions developed by the teacher to scaffold learning and inquiry must:
Answer
  • be focused on the intended topic.
  • be focused on a broad spectrum of science topics
  • encourage students to think about specific science practices, concepts, and ideas.
  • quantitative in nature.
  • A & C only

Question 29

Question
Discussing differences in observations with numerical data reported by groups gives your students an opportunity to:
Answer
  • practice engaging in argument from evidence (NGSS).
  • make some fresh observations instead of just arguing who is right
  • practice using mathematics and computational thinking (NGSS).
  • all of the above
  • A & C only

Question 30

Question
Questions that focus on interpretation and explanation should be:
Answer
  • pursued for a sufficient time to get responses from several student groups.
  • open-ended.
  • divergent
  • all of the above
  • B & C only

Question 31

Question
Most teachers wait less than a second for a student to respond after asking a question. Researchers suggests that more appropriate wait-time for thoughtful student response is a least:
Answer
  • 1 second
  • 3 seconds
  • 10 seconds
  • 20 seconds
  • 30 seconds