Test Bank Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers, 11th Edition Edmund T. Emmer

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Test Bank Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers, 11th Edition Edmund T. Emmer
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Test Bank Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers, 11th Edition Edmund T. Emmer

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Test Bank Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers, 11th Edition Edmund T. Emmer

Test Bank Classroom Management for Middle and High School Teachers, 11th Edition Edmund T. Emmer

Test Questions for Chapter 1: Introduction to Classroom Management

Multiple Choice.

  1. Teachers need to provide students with opportunities to satisfy their needs for autonomy, competence, and relationship. Which of the following responses reflects management strategies that address these areas?
  2. allowing students to make choices, giving them responsibility, and teaching them self-regulation
  3. allowing students to solve their own problems and praising them for all good behavior
  4. adhering strictly to your classroom management and lesson plan structures
  5. being kind and welcoming
  6. When teachers are supportive of students, they generally find that the students are more likely to
  7. become suspicious of the teacher’s motives.
  8. be motivated in school.
  9. become over-reliant on the teacher as a source of praise.
  10. have a difficult time figuring out appropriate behavioral boundaries.
  11. When teachers have well-managed classrooms, they are more likely to
  12. have confidence to try out new activities and approaches.
  13. spend significantly less time doing paperwork.
  14. experience conflict with particular students in the group.
  15. utilize independent seatwork activities to a greater degree.
  16. Which of the following would NOT generally be thought of as a reason that classroom management is complex?
  17. Much of what happens is public, which means people are aware of and potentially reactive to events.
  18. Teachers can rarely give each student all the time they need to have their individual needs met.
  19. School administrators often interfere with teachers’ preferred management styles.
  20. Classroom events move so quickly that the teacher may not have time to reflect before making a decision.
  21. The main reason to study classroom management is so you can
  22. reduce the complexity of the classroom environment for all its members.
  23. get favorable evaluations from students, parents, and administrators.
  24. control students’ behavior and avoid conflict and confrontation.
  25. devote all your time to delivering content.
  26. Which of the following is LEAST likely to be a reason that teaching middle or high school students is a complex undertaking?
  27. Students are diverse in characteristics such as culture, ethnicity, race, socio-economic status, and gender identification.
  28. There can be significant physical, emotional, and maturational differences among students in the same grade level or class.
  29. The required curriculum is often so varied from one grade to the next that students experience confusion and frustration.
  30. Students often differ significantly in their reasoning ability at each stage of cognitive operations.
  31. Wyndham is a smart and capable student who had exceptionally good grades in middle school. He’s now in high school and his grades have slipped; he is also experimenting with drugs, demonstrating sexual promiscuity, and lying to his parents and teachers. Which of the following reasons is MOST likely to explain this shift in Wyndham’s performance and behavior?
  32. He is engaged in concrete thinking rather than more abstract thinking.
  33. He wants more parental and teacher guidance as he navigates high school.
  34. He is discouraged because the material in his courses is too challenging.
  35. He is making decisions based on his desire to be accepted by his peers.
  36. Which of the following descriptions most accurately represents characteristics common to adolescents?
  37. impulsive, having a strong sense of self, patient with adults
  38. peer-oriented, unsure, often resistant to guidance
  39. anti-social but respectful of authority, focused on achievement
  40. disinterested in school, goal oriented, passionate about ideas

Constructed Response.

  1. What is meant by the statement “classroom management includes both preventative and interactive aspects”?
  2. What are some of the ways in which a middle or high school classroom is complex?
  3. How is learning to manage a classroom analogous to learning to drive a car?
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