Quiz: Only Teachers Will Be Able To Pass This Slang Test On Their First Try

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There are certain things you just only know if you're a teacher - amiright? This quiz is strictly a teacher thang! Show us your teacher stripes and ace this test!

Find out if you know as much teacher slang and jargon as you should by answering these slang-related questions!

 Oct 10, 2017
1 of 15Pick your answer!
What is an "Action Plan"?
List of punishments
Specific proposal to address problems or meet a goal
Sports lesson
2 of 15Pick your answer!
"Benchmarking" is the act of what??
Marking a student down unfairly
Something that happens in P.E.
The process for identifying standards to use
3 of 15Pick your answer!
What are "Class Exercises"?
Tests that go towards a student’s grade undertaken in class
Exercises to help make students get in shape
Learning exercises students complete in the classroom under supervision
4 of 15Pick your answer!
What is "Comprehension"?
The level of a student’s numeracy skills
An area of the classroom
The ability to find and construct meaning from texts
5 of 15Pick your answer!
What is the purpose of "Concept Maps"?
To help students organize information
To help students control their emotions
To help students spell better
6 of 15Pick your answer!
What is "E-Learning"?
Learning about words that start with the letter E
Learning that takes place in the morning
Learning activities based on any electronic format
7 of 15Pick your answer!
What is "Experiential Learning" based on?
Knowledge
Experience
Theory
8 of 15Pick your answer!
Find the best definition for "Summative Assessment":
Assessment for a grade
Assessment without the opportunity to study
Assessment to identify strengths and weaknesses
9 of 15Pick your answer!
What are "Graphemes"?
Puzzles done on a computer
Written letter or spelling patterns
Number patterns
10 of 15Pick your answer!
What does a "Grading Rubric" describe?
How students will be assessed
What the task of an assignment is
What grade the student received
11 of 15Pick your answer!
What does "Independent Reading" involve?
Students reading in pairs
Students reading with only a single teacher guiding them
Students reading without guidance
12 of 15Pick your answer!
When does the "Initiation Phase" of the lesson take place?
Middle
End
Beginning
13 of 15Pick your answer!
What are "Objectives"?
The rules of the lesson
The mistakes students made during the lesson
The goals of the lesson
14 of 15Pick your answer!
"Open Book Examination" is what?
An examination completed in a book, not on a computer
An examination in which students are allowed to refer to resources
An examination where the student gets to choose their own questions
15 of 15Pick your answer!
A "Formative Assessment" is what kind of test?
An assessment without the opportunity to study
An assessment for a grade
An assessment used to identify weaknesses and strengths
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