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Planning in the Problem-Based Classroom
This activity contains 11 questions.
Several steps exist in planning a problem-based lesson. Which of the following is NOT one of them?
Consider the needs of your students
Begin with the textbook pages
Decide on a simple task
Think about the before, during and after portions of the lesson
It is good to use workstations when
when an activity should be repeated more than once
it is unreasonable or impossible for all students to have access to the required materials for an activity
you need time to grade papers at your desk
several students are being pulled out for special activities or services
Drill can provide students with which of the following
a focus on multiple methods leading to flexible thinking
an increased facility with a strategy
a good sense of understanding the concept
a conceptual view of what math is about
The primary criteria for using drill includes
the need for automaticity with the skill or strategy as a desired outcome
the need for flexible strategies is to be encouraged
the need for a conceptual understanding of the procedure is needed
the desired outcome is for student understanding
When drill is assigned for homework, which of the following is important to remember?
Keep the drill homework assignment short
Provide no answer key or students will copy their work
Grade the homework or students will not complete the assignment
Go over the drill homework in class to show it's importance
If you give great thought to your curriculum, you can create a "teacher proof" curriculum.
There is no sense in repeating old ideas or posing tasks students are not able to access without your guidance.
A game or repeatable activity may be a problem-based task if the activity causes students to reflect about new or developing mathematical relationships.
When students are working through the workstations is considered the DURING portion of a lesson.
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.
Explain each of the nine steps in planning a problem-based lesson.
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