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Chapter 4 Test Review. Which of the following represents an example of intrinsic motivation ? Working for good grades to keep a high GPA Working on a bonus problem just for the fun of it Completing homework to avoid an incomplete grade All of the above are examples of intrinsic motivation.

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    1. Chapter 4 Test Review

    2. Which of the following represents an example of intrinsic motivation? Working for good grades to keep a high GPA Working on a bonus problem just for the fun of it Completing homework to avoid an incomplete grade All of the above are examples of intrinsic motivation

    3. What is the key idea in the needs theory of motivation? Individuals are aroused to action by . . . innate needs and intrinsic pressures. external pressures and events. the beliefs they hold. expectations they have about their chances for success.

    4. What is the key idea in the reinforcement theory of motivation? Individuals are aroused to action by . . . innate needs and intrinsic pressures. external pressures and events. the beliefs they hold. expectations they have about their chances for success.

    5. Which of the following represents an example of extrinsic motivation? Working for good grades to keep a high GPA Working on a bonus problem just for the fun of it Completing homework to avoid an incomplete grade Both A and C All of the above are examples of extrinsic motivation.

    6. Teachers can foster productive learning communities by, among other things: a. discouraging student norms b. treating all classes the same c. encouraging group development d. inhibiting individual needs.

    7. Which of the following is not characteristic of a productive learning community? A climate where students feel positive about themselves A climate where students are motivated primarily by competition A setting where students persist with academic work A setting where students have sufficient group skills to accomplish classroom demands

    8. Which of the following represents an example of achievement motivation? A student who exerts great effort in order to earn an A A teacher who wants to establish friendly relations with her students A student who distributes a petition for an extended recess period A teacher who wants to join the Friday night rap session

    9. Complete the following analogy in accord with the Getzels and Thelen model of classroom groups: Individual Dimension : Group Dimension : _________ : __________ Personality : Role Intentions : Behavior Expectations : Need Climate : Academic Learning

    10. Extrinsic motivation causes people to behave because the act bringspersonal satisfaction or enjoyment. _______True _______False

    11. When a teacher elects to assign seatwork rather than give a test, she is manipulating the classroom . . . learning task structure order task structure goal structure reward structure

    12. Who is the person most closely associated with the concept of “"flow”? Joyce Lippett Csikszentmihalyi Weiner

    13. It has been posited that classrooms can be viewed as complex social systems. ____True ____False

    14. What is the key idea in the attribution theory of motivation? Individuals are aroused to action by . . . innate needs and intrinsic pressures. external pressures and events. the beliefs they hold. expectations they have about their chances for success.

    15. Mr. Minh has opened the first day of school in his secondary class with a getting-to-know-you activity in which students learn each other's names. This is an important activity because teachers should provide opportunities for students to meet their influence needs. it promotes the school's social goals. students will need to obtain makeup materials later from their fellow students. it may help students meet their affiliation needs.

    16. Teachers are most likely to build productive learning communities by focusing on factors over which they can have influence. ____True ____False

    17. When a teacher elects to assign individual seatworkrather thansmall group projects, she is manipulating the classroom . . .: history structure. order task structure. goal structure. reward structure.

    18. When a teacher elects to assign gradesbased on contracting with studentsrather than grading on a curve, she is manipulating the classroom . . .: learning task structure management structure. goal structure. reward structure.

    19. Consider the relationship between individuals and their own teammates on a football team. How would you characterize the goal structure in this situation? Cooperative Competitive Individualistic Both A and B

    20. Teachers are most likely to build productive learning communities by focusing on factors over which they can have influence. ____True ____False

    21. According to Santrock, young children will persist longer at academic tasksif the teacher provides a(n) … effectively safe environment. affectively neutral environment. stern environment. happy environment.

    22. A positive reinforcer is a stimulus that is removed, also intended to get individuals to repeat desired behaviors. ____True ____False

    23. Which of the following is not a strategy recommended by Spaulding for minimizing the negative effects of extrinsic motivation? Use extrinsic rewards for tasks no student is likely to find interesting Use extrinsic rewards when students feel too incompetent to experience intrinsic motivation Make the extrinsic reward the opportunity to make choices Make the extrinsic reward clear and fair All of the above minimize the negative effect of extrinsic motivation.