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103.Research indicates that classroom management is most effective when interventions are as brief and unobtrusive as possible. Based on this research, which is most effective for a minor infraction, such as a student briefly whispering to another student?
a.Ignore the behavior.
b.Use an indirect cue, such as moving near the student.
c.Use a desist, such as a brief reminder that students speak only when given permission.
d.Apply a consequence, such as timeout, to maintain consistency in interventions.
104.For some inexplicable reason, one of your students spits on the door of your classroom. During the lunch break, you quickly have him eat his lunch, and you then bring him back to the classroom and have him wash the door. Of the following, your actions are best described as:
a.administering a form of assertive discipline.
b.applying a behavioral form of intervention.
c.demonstrating withitness and overlapping.
d.applying a logical consequence.
105.A teacher sees John poke Karen and says, “John, we keep our hands to ourselves in this class.” John stops poking Karen. This example best illustrates the teacher’s use of:
106.Sasha and Ling are passing notes to the left of the classroom. You, as the teacher, say ‘Sally and Jill” and continue your presentation. This best illustrates:
107.John gets out of his seat and shoves George’s desk in the corner. Based on the suggestions for effective interventions, of the following, the most effective intervention would be:
a.ignore the behavior and keep going with the lesson.
b.react to the misbehavior immediately and refer John to the rule that was broken.
c.walk back to John’s desk and continue with class.
d.tell John he needs to talk with you after class.
108.Bud is argumentative about several of the items on the test Ms. Williams, his teacher, just returned. He then asserts that the test wasn’t fair, because many of the items were “tricky.” His arguments are disrupting the discussion of the test. Of the following, the most effective response to Bud’s arguing would be to:
a.tell him to come in after school and discuss any of the items as long as he chooses to do so. Then, stop any discussion about the “trickiness” of the test.
b.remind Bud that he didn’t have the right to disrupt learning for the other students. Then apply an appropriate punishment.
c.ask Bud what was troubling him. Then try to meet his emotional needs on a personal level.
d.tell Bud that his behavior is inappropriate. Then tell him that you are going to refer him to the school counselor for evaluation.