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Planning in the Problem-Based Classroom

This activity contains 11 questions.

Question 1.
Several steps exist in planning a problem-based lesson. Which of the following is NOT one of them?

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Question 2.
It is good to use workstations when

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Question 3.
Drill can provide students with which of the following

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Question 4.
The primary criteria for using drill includes

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Question 5.
When drill is assigned for homework, which of the following is important to remember?

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Question 6.
If you give great thought to your curriculum, you can create a "teacher proof" curriculum.

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Question 7.
There is no sense in repeating old ideas or posing tasks students are not able to access without your guidance.

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Question 8.
A game or repeatable activity may be a problem-based task if the activity causes students to reflect about new or developing mathematical relationships.

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Question 9.
When students are working through the workstations is considered the DURING portion of a lesson.

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Question 10.
When pairing students in need of help, it is advisable to randomly pair your student or allow them to select the students they want to work with.

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Question 11.

To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.

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