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Sampson G. Smith Intermediate. Teachers Grade 3-5. #1 What is small group instruction?. A group of 2-6 students working independently of the teacher. The teacher working with half the class. A:. B:. A small group instructs the whole class. A teacher working with 2-6 students. C:. D:.

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Sampson G. Smith

Intermediate

Teachers Grade 3-5

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#1

What is small group instruction?

A group of 2-6 students working independently of the teacher

The teacher working with half the class

A:

B:

A small group instructs the whole class

A teacher working with 2-6 students

C:

D:

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#2

What is a benefit of implementing

small group instruction?

Teachers are better able to observe and monitor student progress.

Teachers have fewer papers to grade.

A:

B:

Students have fewer opportunities to work and talk together.

It affords the teacher more time to sit during the day.

C:

D:

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#3

What is guided reading?

Students reading from the teacher’s guide

Round Robin

A:

B:

It is the same as

Sustained Silent Reading

Planned, intended, and focused instruction

C:

D:

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#4

Where does guided reading take place?

During a teacher observation

Large group setting

A:

B:

With one child at his/her desk

Small group setting

C:

D:

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#5

What makes a successful guided reading lesson?

Smart kids

Many students absent

A:

B:

A lesson with one focal point

A fun extended activity

C:

D:

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#6

What is an example of a formal assessment

that can be used to form guided reading groups?

Interest Inventory

Principal’s recommendation

A:

B:

Student’s previous report card grade for literacy

DRA 2

C:

D:

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#7

What is an example of an informal

assessment that can be used to form

a guided reading group?

DIBELS results

Anecdotal notes

A:

B:

Terra Nova scores

I.Q.

C:

D:

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#8

Which one is nota technique used to

assign students to guided reading groups?

Hair color

Interest

A:

B:

Achievement

Skill or instructional need

C:

D:

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#9

Which is not a consideration when

planning guided reading?

Purpose

Grouping

A:

B:

Temperature

Text

C:

D:

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#10

How do learning centers/work stations

help organize and manage

small group instruction?

They engage learners in independent literacy activities.

They keep the kids out of the teacher’s hair.

A:

B:

They make the room look inviting.

None of the above

C:

D:

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#11

Which one is not an example of a literacy center?

Listening Station

Word Study

A:

B:

Reading the Room

Playstation 2

C:

D:

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#12

Which element is not helpful in the management

of small group instruction and literacy centers?

Workboard

Punch Cards

A:

B:

Yelling

Learning Logs

C:

D:

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#13

How can this information be shared with the

teachers in your schools?

Workshop

Study Group

A:

B:

Grade Level Meeting

All of the above

C:

D:

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