# Embedding Literacy And Numeracy Quiz

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• 1.

### Another term for embedded learning is:

• A.

Integrated

• B.

Collaboration

• C.

Involved

• D.

Authentic

A. Integrated
Explanation
Correct - this best describes embedded learning

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• 2.

### To be embedded, literacy or numeracy needs:

• A.

Separate lessons

• B.

A different teacher

• C.

Specific learning outcomes

• D.

Online material

C. Specific learning outcomes
Explanation
Correct - practitioners should be embedding literacy and numeracy as learning outcomes

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• 3.

### LLN stands for:

• A.

Listening, literacy & numeracy

• B.

Listeracy, language & number

• C.

Literacy, learning & Numeracy

• D.

Literacy, language & Numeracy

D. Literacy, language & Numeracy
Explanation
LLN stands for Literacy, Language, and Numeracy. This acronym is commonly used in educational and training contexts to refer to the essential skills of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and numeracy. These skills are fundamental for individuals to effectively communicate, comprehend information, and perform basic mathematical calculations. The correct answer, "Literacy, language & Numeracy," accurately reflects the components that LLN represents.

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• 4.

### Subjects that may have embedded literacy or numeracy are:

• A.

Cooking

• B.

Aerobics

• C.

Patchwork

• D.

All of the above

D. All of the above
Explanation
Correct, literacy or numeracy skills can be embedded into all subjects

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• 5.

### Reasons for embedding literacy or numeracy include:

• A.

People cannot learn any other way

• B.

The TEC won't pay if it's not embedded

• C.

It is a better way to learn as the context means something to the learner

• D.

It's a way of getting two subjects taught for the price of one

C. It is a better way to learn as the context means something to the learner
Explanation
Embedding literacy or numeracy is considered a better way to learn because it provides a meaningful context for the learner. When literacy or numeracy skills are integrated into real-life situations or subjects, it allows learners to see the practical application and relevance of these skills. This enhances their understanding and motivation to learn, as they can directly relate to and apply what they are learning in their everyday lives. By embedding literacy or numeracy, learners are more likely to retain and transfer these skills to other contexts, making their learning experience more effective and valuable.

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• 6.

### In which country is the term "integrated" used instead of "embedded"?

• A.

Ireland

• B.

• C.

• D.

New Zealand

• E.

Australia

A. Ireland
Explanation
In Ireland, the term "integrated" is used instead of "embedded".

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• 7.

### Farmers in Sri Lanka have learned literacy embedded in texts on which subjects?

• A.

Rice production

• B.

Pest management

• C.

Elephant training

• D.

Irrigation

• E.

Staff recruitment

B. Pest management
Explanation
Farmers in Sri Lanka have learned literacy embedded in texts on the subject of pest management. This means that the texts they use to learn how to manage pests in their crops also include literacy education. This could include reading and writing skills, as well as other aspects of literacy such as comprehension and critical thinking. By embedding literacy education into texts on pest management, farmers are able to acquire both practical knowledge on how to protect their crops from pests and improve their overall literacy skills.

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• 8.

### In the United States the education approach is called?

• A.

Basic functions

• B.

Literacy learning

• C.

Functional context

• D.

Literacy Numeracy

• E.

Contextual functions

C. Functional context
Explanation
The education approach in the United States is referred to as "Functional context." This approach focuses on teaching students in a way that relates to real-life situations and contexts, enabling them to apply their knowledge and skills in practical settings. It emphasizes the integration of academic content with practical skills and problem-solving abilities, preparing students for success in their future careers and everyday life.

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• 9.

### Which of these embedded skills do training programmes in Canada include?

• A.

• B.

Writing

• C.

Numeracy

• D.

Oral communication

• E.

All of these and more

B. Writing
C. Numeracy
D. Oral communication
E. All of these and more
Explanation
Training programmes in Canada include a comprehensive range of embedded skills, such as reading text, writing, numeracy, and oral communication. These programmes aim to equip individuals with a diverse set of skills that are essential in various aspects of life and work. In addition to the mentioned skills, there may be other skills included in these training programmes, making them even more comprehensive and beneficial for the participants.

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• 10.

### Embedded learning in Ireland emphasises what sort of approach?

• A.

Community

• B.

Individual programmes

• C.

Whole organisations

• D.

Institution-based

• E.

Separate

C. Whole organisations
Explanation
Embedded learning in Ireland emphasises a holistic approach that involves integrating learning into the entire organization. Rather than focusing on individual programs or separate initiatives, the emphasis is on creating a culture of learning within the organization as a whole. This approach recognizes that learning should not be limited to specific programs or individuals, but should be integrated into the overall operations and practices of the organization. It promotes a continuous learning mindset and encourages all members of the organization to engage in learning and professional development.

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