CSET Multiple Subject 3 Book Test 1

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  • 1. 

    The hadicapping conditions represented by public law 94-142 includes children defined as:I    mentally retardedII   hard of hearingIII  learning disabled

    • A.

      I&II

    • B.

      I only

    • C.

      III only

    • D.

      I,II,&III

    Correct Answer
    D. I,II,&III
    Explanation
    The correct answer is I, II, & III. Public law 94-142 represents the handicapping conditions for children, which include those who are mentally retarded (I), hard of hearing (II), and learning disabled (III). This law ensures that these children receive proper education and support services.

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  • 2. 

    Most children with a history of epeleptic seizures

    • A.

      Can take part in physicial education programs with nonepeleptics

    • B.

      May participate in limited activities depending on the type of sizure expierenced

    • C.

      May expierence minor motor seizures during physical activities

    • D.

      Will have an adnormal increase in heart rate and blood preasure during phsical activity

    Correct Answer
    A. Can take part in physicial education programs with nonepeleptics
    Explanation
    Most children with a history of epileptic seizures can take part in physical education programs with nonepileptics because their seizures may be well-controlled with medication or other treatments. It is important to ensure that proper safety measures are in place and that the child's condition is monitored closely during physical activities. However, each child's situation may be different, and it is important to consider the type and frequency of seizures experienced before determining the level of participation in physical activities.

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  • 3. 

    Activities that develop gross-viual skills almost always involve a

    • A.

      Ball

    • B.

      Ballance beam

    • C.

      Trampoline

    • D.

      Exercise mat

    Correct Answer
    A. Ball
    Explanation
    Activities that develop gross-visual skills often require the use of a ball. Playing with a ball involves tracking its movement visually, which helps improve hand-eye coordination and depth perception. Catching, throwing, and kicking a ball also enhance gross motor skills, as they require the use of large muscle groups and coordination of body movements. Therefore, engaging in activities with a ball can be beneficial for the development of both gross motor skills and visual perception.

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  • 4. 

    A Volley ball game scores for

    • A.

      12 pts and must win by 1

    • B.

      11 pts and win by 1

    • C.

      25 and win by 2

    • D.

      14 and win by 2

    Correct Answer
    C. 25 and win by 2
    Explanation
    In volleyball, the scoring system is based on a point system. The correct answer states that a volleyball game scores for 25 points and must be won by a margin of 2 points. This means that in order to win a game, a team must score at least 25 points and have a lead of at least 2 points over the opposing team. This scoring system ensures that the game continues until one team has a clear advantage over the other, making the victory more decisive.

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  • 5. 

    Exercise systoms comonly used to develop musular strength include:I     Weight trainingII    Interval trainingIII   Isometric traningIV  Isokenitic training

    • A.

      I,II,&III

    • B.

      I,III,&IV

    • C.

      I&II

    • D.

      III&IV

    Correct Answer
    B. I,III,&IV
    Explanation
    The correct answer is I, III, & IV. This means that the exercise symptoms commonly used to develop muscular strength include weight training, isometric training, and isokenitic training. Interval training (II) is not included in the correct answer.

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  • 6. 

    Duing prolonge exerisein the heat fluid ballance is re-established by

    • A.

      Consumingsalt tablets

    • B.

      Takng vitamins

    • C.

      Drinking water

    • D.

      Taking mineral supplements

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    C. Drinking water
    Explanation
    During prolonged exercise in the heat, fluid balance is re-established by drinking water. When exercising in hot conditions, the body loses a significant amount of fluid through sweat. Drinking water helps to replenish this lost fluid and maintain hydration levels. Consuming salt tablets, taking vitamins, and taking mineral supplements may have their own benefits, but they do not directly address the issue of fluid balance during exercise in the heat. Therefore, the correct answer is drinking water.

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  • 7. 

    Most of the callories in an athletes diet should be derived from:I     FatsII    CarbsIII   Protiens

    • A.

      I&II

    • B.

      I only

    • C.

      II only

    • D.

      III only

    Correct Answer
    C. II only
    Explanation
    An athlete's diet should primarily consist of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are the body's main source of energy and are essential for athletes to fuel their performance. They provide quick energy and are easily broken down and used by the body during physical activity. Fats and proteins are also important for athletes, but they should make up a smaller portion of their diet compared to carbohydrates. Fats are necessary for overall health and provide long-lasting energy, while proteins are important for muscle repair and growth. However, carbohydrates are the main fuel source that athletes rely on for optimal performance.

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  • 8. 

    Of the following which does not measure muscular strength and endurance in children

    • A.

      Pull-ups

    • B.

      Flex arm hang

    • C.

      Grip strength test

    • D.

      Sit and reach test

    Correct Answer
    D. Sit and reach test
    Explanation
    The sit and reach test is not a measure of muscular strength and endurance in children. This test primarily assesses flexibility and the range of motion in the lower back and hamstrings. It involves sitting on the floor with legs extended and reaching forward towards the toes. Muscular strength and endurance are typically measured through exercises that require resistance or force production, such as pull-ups, flex arm hang, and grip strength tests.

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  • 9. 

    Dnce steps most appropriate for younger children (grades 1-2) are

    • A.

      Walk and/or skip

    • B.

      Run and/or skip

    • C.

      Skip and slide

    • D.

      Skip and step-hop

    Correct Answer
    A. Walk and/or skip
    Explanation
    The most appropriate dance steps for younger children (grades 1-2) are walking and/or skipping. These steps are suitable for their age group as they are simple and easy to perform. Walking and skipping are basic movements that children can easily learn and execute without much difficulty. These steps also promote coordination and balance, which are important skills for young children to develop.

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  • 10. 

    Which of the following minrals in not known to prevent muscle cramping

    • A.

      Calcium

    • B.

      Magniseum

    • C.

      Potasieum

    • D.

      Sodeum

    Correct Answer
    D. Sodeum
    Explanation
    Sodium is not known to prevent muscle cramping. Calcium, magnesium, and potassium are minerals that are commonly associated with preventing muscle cramps. Sodium, on the other hand, is more closely associated with maintaining fluid balance and regulating blood pressure. While sodium is important for overall health and muscle function, it is not typically considered a mineral that specifically prevents muscle cramping.

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  • 11. 

    The "E" in the acronym R.I.C.E.  treatment process for sprins, represents

    • A.

      Exercise

    • B.

      Elevation

    • C.

      Evaluauation

    • D.

      Expose

    Correct Answer
    B. Elevation
    Explanation
    The "E" in the R.I.C.E. treatment process for sprains represents elevation. Elevating the injured area helps reduce swelling by allowing fluids to drain away from the injured site. This can be done by raising the injured limb above the level of the heart. Elevation is an important component of the R.I.C.E. treatment process, which stands for Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation, commonly used to treat acute injuries such as sprains.

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  • 12. 

    To complete an effective arobic workout exrcise should be preformed at an individual's target hear rate for a minimum of

    • A.

      15 min

    • B.

      20 min

    • C.

      30 min

    • D.

      45 min

    Correct Answer
    B. 20 min
    Explanation
    To complete an effective aerobic workout, exercise should be performed at an individual's target heart rate for a minimum of 20 minutes. This duration allows the body to reach and maintain an elevated heart rate, which is necessary to improve cardiovascular fitness and burn calories efficiently. Working out for less than 20 minutes may not provide sufficient time for the body to fully benefit from the aerobic exercise. Therefore, 20 minutes is the minimum recommended duration to achieve the desired results.

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  • 13. 

    What % of a diet should be composed of carbs

    • A.

      20 %

    • B.

      25 %

    • C.

      40 %

    • D.

      50 %

    Correct Answer
    D. 50 %
    Explanation
    Carbohydrates are an essential macronutrient that provides energy to the body. They should ideally make up around 50% of a person's diet. This is because carbs are the body's preferred source of energy and are necessary for brain function, physical activity, and overall bodily functions. However, it's important to note that the type and quality of carbohydrates consumed also play a crucial role in maintaining a healthy diet.

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  • 14. 

    Q's 14-16Miss Sharp's 4th grade class is studying a unit entilted "Discoveries" in social studies and science. Miss Sharp hasprepared 4 learning centers for the class.  In learning center #1 students use information from their science and social studies textbooks to prepare a timeline of discoveries that occured between 1800-1990.  In learning center #2 students use a variety of resource materials to reasearch 1 particular discovey or discover they have selected from a prepared list.  Each student then records what they leaned about this discovery or discoverer on an individal chart that they will later be shared with the whole class.  In learning center #3 students add small amounts of 5 different substnces to jars of water and record the results over a period of 5 minutes.  in learning center #4 students write a discription of the need for new discovery to solve a problem or answer a Q.  Then students suggest several possible area of research that may contribute to this new discovery.  Miss Sharp introduces the learning centers by explaining the purpose of each cente and giving directions for each activity.  Next she divides the class of 22 into 4 groups and assigns each group to a different center.  after 20 min some students are completely finished with one center and want to move on, but other students have only just begun working.  What would be the bestsolution to this situation?  

    • A.

      Each learning center should be revised so that the activites will require approxamatly the same amount of time to complete

    • B.

      Students who finish onecenter early should be given additional work to complete before moving on to the next center

    • C.

      Students should be permitted to move from center to center as long as the complete each activity as long as no more then 6 students are working at each center

    • D.

      Students should be permitted to work through the activities in each center as quickly as possible so that the class can move on to the next unit.

    Correct Answer
    C. Students should be permitted to move from center to center as long as the complete each activity as long as no more then 6 students are working at each center
    Explanation
    The best solution to the situation would be to allow students to move from center to center as long as they complete each activity, as long as no more than 6 students are working at each center. This solution ensures that students who finish early are not left waiting, while also allowing students who need more time to complete their work. By limiting the number of students at each center, it helps to maintain a manageable and productive learning environment.

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  • 15. 

    Which of the following would be most appropiate concluding activity for the discoveries unit?

    • A.

      Students should have a class party celebrating the birthdy of Marie Curie

    • B.

      Each student should be required to prepare a veral report detailing what they learned about an imprtant medical discovery

    • C.

      Each student should take a multiple choice test containing questions related to each learning center

    • D.

      Each student should design a concludingactivity or elect one from prepared list that reflects what they learned about a discovery they studied

    Correct Answer
    B. Each student should be required to prepare a veral report detailing what they learned about an imprtant medical discovery
    Explanation
    The most appropriate concluding activity for the discoveries unit would be for each student to prepare a verbal report detailing what they learned about an important medical discovery. This activity allows students to showcase their understanding of the topic and communicate their knowledge to their peers. It also encourages public speaking skills and provides an opportunity for students to learn from each other's presentations. Additionally, verbal reports promote active listening and engagement among the students in the class.

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  • 16. 

    In selected resource materials for Learning center #2 Miss Sharp carfully chooses materials that present information abot a variety of discoveries made by both men and women from several different countries.  Her purpose in making these selections is most probably to ensure that materils 

    • A.

      Are challenging but written at the appropiate reading level

    • B.

      Dmontrate the diversity of individuals who have made discoveries

    • C.

      Contain information about discoveries included in the textbook

    • D.

      Will be of intertest to the majority of the sudents

    Correct Answer
    C. Contain information about discoveries included in the textbook
    Explanation
    Miss Sharp carefully chooses resource materials that present information about a variety of discoveries made by both men and women from several different countries. By doing this, she is most likely trying to ensure that the materials contain information about discoveries included in the textbook. This would help students to further understand and reinforce the concepts and information covered in the textbook.

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  • 17. 

    The stage of development within which a child reliably demonstrate conservation of mass and number is the __ stage 

    • A.

      Preoperational

    • B.

      Sensorimotor

    • C.

      Operational

    • D.

      Concrete

    Correct Answer
    D. Concrete
    Explanation
    The stage of development within which a child reliably demonstrates conservation of mass and number is the concrete stage. In this stage, which typically occurs between the ages of 7 and 11, children are able to understand conservation tasks and grasp the concept that the quantity of a substance remains the same even when its appearance changes. They are able to think logically and use reasoning skills to solve problems. This is in contrast to the preoperational stage, where children struggle with conservation tasks and are more influenced by appearance rather than actual quantity.

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  • 18. 

    Q 18-19The 4th grade students in Mrs. Alverz's class are stuing native americans. Mrs. Alverz's wants to strengthen her students ability to work indipendently.  She also wants to provide oppetunity for the students to use a variety of print and media resources during the unit of study. Mrs. Alverz's plans to begin the unit by leading the class in a brainstorming session to formulate Q's to guide their reserch about native americans. Which of the following criteria should guide Mrs. Alverz's as she leads the brainstorming session?

    • A.

      The Q's should emphasize the factual content presented in the available print materials

    • B.

      The Q's shoul emphasize higher order thinking skills such as comparison, analysis, and evaluation

    • C.

      The Q's should reflect the interest of the students

    • D.

      The Q's should include all of the 4th grade objectives for this unit

    Correct Answer
    C. The Q's should reflect the interest of the students
    Explanation
    The Q's should reflect the interest of the students because by allowing the students to ask questions based on their own interests, Mrs. Alverz is promoting autonomy and engagement in their learning process. This approach will also ensure that the students are motivated to explore the topic of Native Americans further and will be more likely to actively participate in their research. By incorporating their interests into the brainstorming session, Mrs. Alverz is fostering a student-centered approach to learning, which can lead to a deeper understanding and retention of the material.

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  • 19. 

    Mrs. Alverz has collcted a variety of print and media resources for the students to use in their researc.  Which of the following will probably be the best way to motivate students to research the questions they have prepared ?

    • A.

      The teacher should assign 2 or 3 Q's to each student so that all the Q's are covered

    • B.

      The teacher should allow indiidual studets to select the Q's they woud like to research

    • C.

      The teacher should select 3 key Q's and assign them to all the students

    • D.

      The teacher should assign 1 topic to each student then provid the studnts with additional info

    Correct Answer
    B. The teacher should allow indiidual studets to select the Q's they woud like to research
    Explanation
    Allowing individual students to select the questions they would like to research will likely be the best way to motivate them. This approach gives students a sense of autonomy and ownership over their research, which can increase their motivation and engagement. It allows them to choose topics that they are interested in or curious about, which can further enhance their motivation to explore and find answers to their questions.

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  • 20. 

    In which of Piaget's stages of cognative development will a child realize that when a volume of water is poured from a tall narrow beaker to a wide beaker the volume remains the same even thogh it reaches a lower level.

    • A.

      Preoperational

    • B.

      Sensorimotor

    • C.

      Cocrete operational

    • D.

      Lattency

    Correct Answer
    C. Cocrete operational
    Explanation
    In Piaget's concrete operational stage of cognitive development, children between the ages of 7 and 11 begin to understand conservation. Conservation refers to the understanding that certain properties of an object, such as volume or mass, remain the same even when its appearance is altered. In this case, the child realizes that the volume of water remains the same even though it is poured from a tall narrow beaker to a wide beaker and reaches a lower level. This understanding demonstrates the child's ability to think logically and understand conservation, which is a characteristic of the concrete operational stage.

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  • 21. 

    Q's 21-24Mrs.Gettler teaches 26 3rd graders in a larg inner city school.  About 1/3 of the tudents participate in ESL program at the school.  Mrs.Gettler suspects that some of the students' parents are unable to read or write in english.  4 of the students recieve services from the learning resource teacher.  At the begining of the year none of the students read above the 2.0 grade level and some of the students did not know all of he letters of the alphaet. which of the following describes the instructional strategy that is most likely to impove the reading leavels of Mrs.Gettler's students?

    • A.

      An intensie phonics program that includes drill and practice work on basic sight words

    • B.

      An emerent litercy program emphasizing pattern books and journal writng using invented spelling

    • C.

      An instructional program that closely follows the 3rd grade basal reader

    • D.

      All the students should participate in the schools ESL program and recieve services from the learning resource center

    Correct Answer
    B. An emerent litercy program emphasizing pattern books and journal writng using invented spelling
    Explanation
    An emergent literacy program that emphasizes pattern books and journal writing using invented spelling is the most likely instructional strategy to improve the reading levels of Mrs. Gettler's students. This strategy focuses on building foundational literacy skills by exposing students to patterns in language and encouraging them to engage in meaningful writing activities. By using pattern books, students can develop an understanding of how words and sentences are structured, while journal writing with invented spelling allows them to practice their phonics skills and express their thoughts. This approach is particularly effective for young learners who are still developing their reading and writing abilities.

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  • 22. 

    Mrs. Getler is selecting books for the classroom library.  In additoin to student interest which of the following would be most important to considerations?

    • A.

      The books should have a reading level that matches the students independent reading ability

    • B.

      The books should only have a reading level that is challenging to the students

    • C.

      The books should include a seperate word list for the students to practice

    • D.

      A classroom library is not appropriate for sudents at such a low reading level

    Correct Answer
    A. The books should have a reading level that matches the students independent reading ability
    Explanation
    The most important consideration for Mrs. Getler when selecting books for the classroom library is that the books should have a reading level that matches the students' independent reading ability. This means that the books should be neither too easy nor too difficult for the students to read on their own. By selecting books that align with their independent reading ability, Mrs. Getler can ensure that the students will be able to comprehend and engage with the books effectively.

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  • 23. 

    Which of the following individual and small group learning centers is suitable for Mrs. Getler's class.I     A post office center where students can write letters to friends and familyII    A restraunt center wherestudents read menus, write food orders, and pay the bill with play moneyIII   A weather center where students record current conditions including temp. cloud cover, wind direction and prepare graphs of weather patternsIV  A science center where students record the results of experiments with combining liquids such as bleach vinigar, cooking oil, food coloring, and rubbing alcohol   

    • A.

      I only

    • B.

      I &II

    • C.

      I,II,& III

    • D.

      II, III & IV

    Correct Answer
    C. I,II,& III
    Explanation
    The post office center (I) is suitable for Mrs. Getler's class as it allows students to practice their writing skills by writing letters to friends and family. The restaurant center (II) is also suitable as it helps students develop reading and writing skills by reading menus, writing food orders, and using play money to pay the bill. The weather center (III) is suitable as it allows students to learn about weather conditions, record data, and create graphs. Therefore, options I, II, and III are all suitable learning centers for Mrs. Getler's class.

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  • 24. 

    Mrs. Getler realizes that an individual's preferred learning style cotributes to that individual's sucess as a student.  Mrs. Getler wants to accomidateas many of her students' individual learning styles as possible.  Which of the following best describes the way to identify the students' learning styles ?

    • A.

      Mrs. Getler should record her observations of indiviual students' behaviors over a period of several weeks

    • B.

      Each of the students should be tested by the school psycholigist

    • C.

      Mrs. Getler should administer a group screening test for identifying learning styles

    • D.

      Mrs. Getler should review the permanent file of each student and compare the individual's previous test scors with classroom performance

    Correct Answer
    A. Mrs. Getler should record her observations of indiviual students' behaviors over a period of several weeks
    Explanation
    Mrs. Getler should record her observations of individual students' behaviors over a period of several weeks in order to identify their learning styles. This approach allows her to gather firsthand information about how each student learns best by observing their behaviors, preferences, and responses to different teaching methods. By taking the time to observe and document these behaviors over an extended period, Mrs. Getler can gain a more comprehensive understanding of each student's learning style and tailor her teaching methods accordingly.

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