21)Using instructional conversations as a teaching tool designed to provide

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21)Using instructional conversations as a teaching tool is designed to provide a means for

A) arranging the environment so that students can discover on their own.

B) grappling with problems in students' zones of proximal development and providing scaffolding.

C) guiding learning by expectations and demonstrations of the students.

D) placing students in situations where they have to reach for understanding.

22)Which one of the following behaviors is one of the teacher's roles in problem-based learning?

A) Avoid assisting groups and independent investigations.

B) Demonstrate the steps in scientific investigations.

C) Discourage students to conduct experiments.

D) Help students to reflect on their investigations.

23)Which one of the following elements does NOT define a true cooperative learning group?

A) Collaborative skills

B) Homogenous grouping

C) Individual accountability

D) Positive interdependence

24)Teams of four students compete to determine which team’s member can amass the greatest improvement over previous achievement levels.  This is a good example of

A) problem-based learning.

B) reciprocal teaching.


D) jigsaw.

25)In organizing cooperative learning groups, Woolfolk suggests that it is best to

A) balance the number of boys and girls in each group.

B) group students of similar backgrounds together.

C) keep groups together for at least half the year.

D) make shy or introverted students the group leader.

26)A way of working with others to attain a shared goal, is best described by the term

A) collaboration.

B) cooperation.

C) interdependence.

D) social loafing.

27)Cooperative learning involves the following:

A) Elaboration, interpretation, and argumentation

B) Shared values, lack of conflict, and creativity

C) Cognitive flexibility, competition, and self-respect

D) Extrinsic rewards, elaboration, and autonomy

28)Research findings suggest that students who tend to benefit most from cooperative learning experiences are those who

A) are active in explaining things to others.

B) are shy or introverted.

C) have high goal expectations.

D) receive individual tutoring from others

29)In cooperative learning groups, the role of the student who makes certain no one dominates the group is called the

A) checker.

B) coach.

C) gatekeeper.

D) taskmaster.

30)Lishuan was assigned the role of making sure her group understands the learning task.  Her role is referred to as the

A) reflector.

B) quiet captain.

C) checker.

D) gatekeeper.

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