Q1. Ms.Aditi, a fourth grade social studies teacher, recognizes that students are experiencing difficulty comprehending a chapter in the text book. She decides to use a strategy in which he and his students share responsibility for discussion as they predict, clarify and summarize while reading the text. Ms.Aditi is most likely using which of the following instructional strategies?
2. Reciprocal teaching
4. Guided reading
Q2. While planning units for science instruction, a teacher includes weekly quizzes, a project and end-of-chapter test. Which of the following best describes the primary purpose for including such activities while planning instruction?
1. To determine students’ prior knowledge
2. To monitor students’ progress
3. To forecast students’’ success rates in state tests
4. To compare student achievement with that of previous classQ3. Students in a social studies class are studying the three branches of government and how power is shared among them through the systems of checks and balances. The teacher asks the students to come up with examples of when their choices have been limited as a result of their being a member of a family or group. The activity will require the students to use which of the following levels of cognition?
Find out the correct alternatives for the above questions with your reasons.