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  • 1. 

    When a teacher uses materials that are copyrighted, which one of the following is NOT allowed by copyright law?

    • A.

      Make a single copy of an entire chapter from a book

    • B.

      make a single copy of an entire magazine article

    • C.

      make a single copy of one picture from a book

    • D.

      Make a single copy of an audio recording

    Correct Answer
    D. Make a single copy of an audio recording
    Explanation
    Making a single copy of an audio recording is not allowed by copyright law. Copyright law protects the rights of the creators of audio recordings, and making copies without permission infringes on those rights. While making a single copy of a chapter from a book, a magazine article, or a picture from a book may be allowed under certain circumstances, copying an audio recording is generally not permissible without proper authorization.

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  • 2. 

     Bulletin board displays in the classroom

    • A.

      are best when done by groups of students

    • B.

      should be created only by the teacher, not by students

    • C.

      can serve important educational functions for any classroom

    • D.

      Are useful for elementary and middle school teaching, but too limited and childlike for most high school classrooms

    Correct Answer
    C. can serve important educational functions for any classroom
    Explanation
    Bulletin board displays in the classroom can serve important educational functions for any classroom. This is because bulletin boards can be used to showcase student work, display important information and announcements, reinforce learning concepts, and create a visually stimulating environment that enhances the learning experience. Bulletin boards can also promote student engagement and pride in their work, as well as serve as a reference tool for students to review and reinforce what they have learned. Therefore, bulletin board displays are not limited to specific grade levels and can be beneficial in any classroom setting.

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  • 3. 

    If a student continues with inappropriate behavior while on a field trip at a location distant from the school, the student should be

    • A.

      told to wait in a holding area until the group is ready to return to the school

    • B.

      told to immediately return to the school by whatever means the student can find

    • C.

      Maintained in a holding area with one other student and until time to return to the school

    • D.

      Maintained in a holding area that is supervised by an adult chaperone and until time to return to school

    Correct Answer
    D. Maintained in a holding area that is supervised by an adult chaperone and until time to return to school
    Explanation
    If a student continues with inappropriate behavior while on a field trip at a location distant from the school, the student should be maintained in a holding area that is supervised by an adult chaperone and until the time to return to school. This option ensures that the student is kept separate from the rest of the group and their inappropriate behavior does not disrupt the trip for others. The presence of an adult chaperone ensures that the student is supervised and can be addressed if necessary. This solution prioritizes the safety and well-being of all students while allowing the field trip to continue as planned.

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  • 4. 

    ___ is the abbreviation signifying using a computer to assist in storing information about students, maintaining lists of resource materials, and a current inventory of classroom materials.

    • A.

      CMI

    • B.

      CAI

    • C.

      IEP

    • D.

      ERIC

    • E.

      NBPTS

    Correct Answer
    A. CMI
    Explanation
    CMI is the correct answer because it stands for "Computer Managed Instruction," which refers to the use of a computer system to assist in various educational administrative tasks such as storing student information, maintaining resource material lists, and keeping track of classroom inventory.

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  • 5. 

     Which one of the following statements about using guest speakers is TRUE?

    • A.

      When you have an informative but non-inspiring guest speaker, there is nothing you can do except delight when the speaker is finished and gone.

    • B.

      No preparation of the students beforehand is necessary because guest speakers are usuallyinformative and inspiring for the students.

    • C.

      Using a guest speaker should be carefully planned, just as you would do with any other type of instructional activity.

    • D.

      None of the above is a true statement.

    Correct Answer
    C. Using a guest speaker should be carefully planned, just as you would do with any other type of instructional activity.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Using a guest speaker should be carefully planned, just as you would do with any other type of instructional activity." This statement is true because using a guest speaker requires preparation and planning to ensure that the speaker's message aligns with the learning objectives and engages the students effectively. It is important to consider the speaker's expertise, the relevance of their topic to the curriculum, and how the speaker's presentation will enhance the students' understanding and learning experience. By carefully planning the use of guest speakers, educators can maximize the educational impact of their presentations.

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  • 6. 

    When an overhead projector is moved farther from the screen the image on the screen becomes

    • A.

      Larger and less brilliant

    • B.

      Larger and more brilliant

    • C.

      Smaller and less brilliant

    • D.

      Smaller and more brilliant

    Correct Answer
    A. Larger and less brilliant
    Explanation
    When an overhead projector is moved farther from the screen, the image on the screen becomes larger because the distance between the projector and the screen increases. However, the image also becomes less brilliant because the light from the projector spreads out over a larger area, resulting in a decrease in brightness and clarity.

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  • 7. 

    The origin of the Internet was

    • A.

      A project created jointly by Steve Jobs of Apple and Bill Gates of Microsoft

    • B.

      From a Department of Defense project called ARPANET

    • C.

      A joint project of IBM and Xerox corporations

    • D.

      The ethernet

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. From a Department of Defense project called ARPANET
    Explanation
    The correct answer is from a Department of Defense project called ARPANET. ARPANET was a network developed by the U.S. Department of Defense in the late 1960s. It was the precursor to the modern internet and was designed to connect computers at various research institutions. The project aimed to create a decentralized network that could withstand a nuclear attack. Over time, ARPANET evolved and expanded, eventually becoming the foundation for the internet as we know it today.

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  • 8. 

    Legal rights that apply to an original, created work—such as a computer software program, photograph, poem, or work of art—are referred to as

    • A.

      Patent

    • B.

      Fair use

    • C.

      Copyright

    • D.

      Trademark

    Correct Answer
    C. Copyright
    Explanation
    Legal rights that apply to an original, created work such as a computer software program, photograph, poem, or work of art are referred to as copyright. Copyright grants the creator of the work exclusive rights to reproduce, distribute, display, and perform their work, as well as the right to create derivative works based on the original. It protects the expression of ideas and ensures that others cannot copy or use the work without permission from the copyright holder.

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  • 9. 

    The fair use provision of copyright law permits teachers, under certain circumstances,             to

    • A.

      Include a copyrighted work in a course packet for several years

    • B.

      use a limited excerpt of a copyrighted work for classroom instruction

    • C.

      make more than one copy of a purchased computer software program for class use

    • D.

      Duplicate a portion of a copyrighted work for distribution to other teachers for their classroom use

    Correct Answer
    B. use a limited excerpt of a copyrighted work for classroom instruction
    Explanation
    Teachers are allowed to use a limited excerpt of a copyrighted work for classroom instruction under the fair use provision of copyright law. This means that they can include a small portion of a copyrighted work, such as a passage from a book or a clip from a movie, in their teaching materials without seeking permission from the copyright holder. This provision recognizes the educational value of using copyrighted materials in the classroom while still respecting the rights of the copyright holder.

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  • 10. 

    The global communication network that allows for world-wide connection of computers is the

    • A.

      CIA

    • B.

      CMI

    • C.

      ERIC

    • D.

      Internet

    Correct Answer
    D. Internet
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Internet. The Internet is a global communication network that connects computers worldwide. It allows for the exchange of information, communication, and access to various services and resources. It is a vast network of interconnected devices and infrastructure that enables individuals, organizations, and governments to connect and share data across geographical boundaries. The Internet has revolutionized the way we communicate, work, and access information, making it an essential tool in today's interconnected world.

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  • 11. 

    To show a transparency on the screen you would use

    • A.

      A DVD

    • B.

      Opaque projector

    • C.

      Overhead projector

    • D.

      16-mm film projector

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. Opaque projector
    Explanation
    An opaque projector is used to show transparency on a screen. It works by projecting an image onto a screen or wall, allowing the audience to see the transparency clearly. Unlike other options listed, such as a DVD or film projector, an opaque projector is specifically designed for this purpose. Therefore, an opaque projector is the correct choice for displaying transparency on a screen.

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  • 12. 

    Which of the following is a potential when using computer managed instruction?

    • A.

      Generate a test and score and analyze the test results

    • B.

      Retrieve and update information

    • C.

      Gather and store information

    • D.

      All of the above

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    When using computer managed instruction, all of the mentioned options are potential. The system can generate a test, score it, and analyze the test results. It can also retrieve and update information as needed. Additionally, it can gather and store information for future use. Therefore, all of the above options are possible when using computer managed instruction.

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  • 13. 

    By organizing your board writing during instruction, and by writing only key words and simple diagrams, rather than complete and lengthy sentences and extensive and complicated diagrams, you are more likely to

    • A.

      Stimulate left brain learning

    • B.

      Stimulate right brain learning

    • C.

      Stimulate engagement of both brain hemispheres

    • D.

      Omit important points that students consequently will miss

    Correct Answer
    C. Stimulate engagement of both brain hemispheres
    Explanation
    By organizing board writing and using key words and simple diagrams, you are able to engage both the left and right brain hemispheres. This approach allows for a more balanced and holistic learning experience, as both sides of the brain are involved in processing information. Writing complete sentences and complex diagrams may overload one hemisphere and neglect the other, leading to a less comprehensive understanding of the material.

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  • 14. 

    During the preactive phase of any instruction that involves the use of audiovisual equipment, it is important to plan carefully so that in the eventuality of equipment failure

    • A.

      You can quickly pick up the lesson so there is no loss of content continuity

    • B.

      You do not do anything that will cause permanent damage to the equipment

    • C.

      There is no dead time where students sit idly waiting for something to happen

    • D.

      All the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All the above
    Explanation
    During the preactive phase of any instruction that involves the use of audiovisual equipment, it is important to plan carefully so that in the eventuality of equipment failure, you can quickly pick up the lesson so there is no loss of content continuity. Additionally, you should not do anything that will cause permanent damage to the equipment and ensure that there is no dead time where students sit idly waiting for something to happen. Therefore, all of the given options are correct as they highlight the importance of careful planning to avoid disruptions and maintain a seamless instructional experience.

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  • 15. 

    A collection of instructional materials that includes more than one type of medium and that is organized around a theme or topic is called a

    • A.

      Filmstrip

    • B.

      Multimedia kit

    • C.

      Power computer

    • D.

      CLV formatted laser disk

    Correct Answer
    B. Multimedia kit
    Explanation
    A multimedia kit is a collection of instructional materials that includes more than one type of medium, such as text, images, audio, and video. It is organized around a theme or topic, providing learners with a comprehensive and interactive learning experience. Unlike a filmstrip or a CLV formatted laser disk, a multimedia kit incorporates various mediums to engage learners and enhance their understanding of the subject matter. A power computer is not a term commonly used to describe a collection of instructional materials.

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  • 16. 

    Which one of the following is a FALSE statement?

    • A.

      You may make one copy of your multimedia production to give to another teacher.

    • B.

      To other teachers, you may display your own multimedia production that uses copyrighted material.

    • C.

      Following copyrighted guidelines you may use portions of copyrighted works in your own multimedia production.

    • D.

      You may distribute your own multimedia production over any electronic network but only after you have received express permission from holders of any copyrighted material you used for the production.

    Correct Answer
    A. You may make one copy of your multimedia production to give to another teacher.
  • 17. 

    A national network that is devoted exclusively as a clearinghouse for providing access to information and research in education is

    • A.

      DVD

    • B.

      ERIC

    • C.

      NABE

    • D.

      CD-ROM

    • E.

      Internet

    Correct Answer
    B. ERIC
    Explanation
    ERIC is the correct answer because it is a national network that serves as a clearinghouse for providing access to information and research in education. The other options, such as DVD, CD-ROM, and Internet, do not specifically focus on education research and information. ERIC is a well-known resource for educators, researchers, and students to access educational literature, reports, and resources.

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  • 18. 

    Which of the following is an important consideration when preparing any visual display for use in instruction?

    • A.

      Clarity

    • B.

      Simplicity

    • C.

      Attractiveness

    • D.

      Educational value

    • E.

      All of the above are important considerations

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above are important considerations
    Explanation
    When preparing any visual display for use in instruction, it is important to consider clarity, simplicity, attractiveness, and educational value. Clarity ensures that the information presented is easily understood by the learners. Simplicity helps to avoid overwhelming the learners with complex visuals. Attractiveness can enhance engagement and interest in the material. Lastly, educational value ensures that the visual display is relevant and contributes to the learning objectives. Considering all of these factors is essential in creating effective visual displays for instruction.

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  • 19. 

    Before using any audiovisual material for instruction, you should review the material and as you do so you should ask

    • A.

      will the material effectively lend to student learning of the intended objective?

    • B.

      Is the material suitable for the maturity and age level of the students?

    • C.

      Is the material well prepared?

    • D.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All of the above
    Explanation
    Before using any audiovisual material for instruction, it is important to review the material to ensure its effectiveness in helping students achieve the intended objective. Additionally, considering the suitability of the material for the maturity and age level of the students is crucial to ensure that it is appropriate for their understanding and development. Lastly, evaluating whether the material is well prepared ensures that it is organized, clear, and ready for use in the instructional setting. Therefore, considering all of these factors is necessary to make an informed decision about using audiovisual material in teaching.

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  • 20. 

    The origin of the Internet was

    • A.

      a joint project of IBM and Xerox corporations

    • B.

      From a Department of Defense project called ARPANET

    • C.

      A project created jointly by Steve Jobs of Apple and Bill Gates of Microsoft

    • D.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    B. From a Department of Defense project called ARPANET
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "from a Department of Defense project called ARPANET." ARPANET was a research project funded by the U.S. Department of Defense in the late 1960s. It was the precursor to the modern internet and was designed to connect computers at various universities and research institutions. ARPANET laid the foundation for the development of the internet as we know it today, with its packet-switching technology and the use of TCP/IP protocols. It was not a joint project of IBM and Xerox corporations or created by Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.

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