BETTING ON HORSES<br />
The best definition for…<br />Exposure (to the outside world) is:<br />A. Giving students opportunities to connect their l...
Firsthand learning, knowledge. <br />A. Is the type of learning you experience using both hands and not only one.<br />wro...
Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD)<br />A. Instructional approach for grades K-8 for low and intermediate<br />lang...
Inquiry-based learning reflection<br />A. To ask questions that allow me to self reflect and think about certain processes...
Lifelong learning <br />A. The practice of learning—formally or informally—at all phases throughout one’s life.<br />corre...
“On the spot”<br />wrong<br />This means that you are in a wrong place at the wrong time.<br />B. An on-the-spot decision ...
Professional development <br />A. .When you feel the need to go beyond your practices and to improve them through devoting...
Reflective teaching practices<br />A. To systematically and actively think about what happens in the<br />classroom, both ...
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Reflective Teaching Terms Betting On Horses

  1. 1. BETTING ON HORSES<br />
  2. 2. The best definition for…<br />Exposure (to the outside world) is:<br />A. Giving students opportunities to connect their language learning<br />with real-world experiences outside the classroom (e.g.<br />fieldtrips, exchanges, community-based projects, news, etc.). <br />correct<br />wrong<br />B. Let students go outside during break to have fun <br />C. The learning experiences go beyond the classroom and have an impact on student’s outside world. <br />correct<br />D. When students are affected by everything that can cause a serious discussion in his/her house<br />wrong<br />
  3. 3. Firsthand learning, knowledge. <br />A. Is the type of learning you experience using both hands and not only one.<br />wrong<br />B. Firsthand learning or knowledge means to experience something<br />and learn about it directly and for oneself, as in “exposure<br />to the outside world” (above).<br />correct<br />C. Is a very direct learning that takes students to realize the need of the use of the language.<br />correct<br />D. Enables students to go an replicate what they don’t learn in class but in their house. <br />wrong<br />
  4. 4. Guided Language Acquisition Design (GLAD)<br />A. Instructional approach for grades K-8 for low and intermediate<br />language level learners that provides authentic opportunities<br />for use of academic language. <br />correct<br />B. Emphasizes teacher collaboration. Listening, speaking, reading and<br />writing are integrated among all content areas with an emphasis<br />on science, social studies, and literature.<br />correct<br />C. Primary language is provided by trained, bilingual teachers, trained<br />bilingual aides, trained parents, or cross-age / peer tutoring.<br />correct<br />D. maintains highest standards and<br />expectations for all students, and fosters voice and identity. <br />correct<br />
  5. 5. Inquiry-based learning reflection<br />A. To ask questions that allow me to self reflect and think about certain processes and improve them through my own feedback<br />correct<br />B. the process of asking questions in an open-ended way in order to explore new knowledge domains, find solutions, or make plans for change.<br />correct<br />C. It occurs when I take a look at me and my learning process and I am able to check and correct based on the critical view I have.<br />correct<br />D. Enhancing any part of my learning experience reflecting upon a series of inquiries that lead me to realize failure and success.<br />correct<br />
  6. 6. Lifelong learning <br />A. The practice of learning—formally or informally—at all phases throughout one’s life.<br />correct<br />wrong<br />B. When you learn something because you have a very good life<br />C. Is the kind of learning that you can apply at any moment of your life.<br />correct<br />D. The life long learning helps me realize if I am going to live long or just have short life experience.<br />wrong<br />
  7. 7. “On the spot”<br />wrong<br />This means that you are in a wrong place at the wrong time.<br />B. An on-the-spot decision or action is one that is unplanned and occurs at the point of need (idiom).<br />correct<br />C. Something happens on the spot if it happens spontaneously because of the desire and need to use it.<br />correct<br />D. On the spot means that you use something only if it is necessary to use it in that situation.<br />wrong<br />
  8. 8. Professional development <br />A. .When you feel the need to go beyond your practices and to improve them through devoting some more of your time to study and work hard to enhance your teaching practice in this case.<br />correct<br />B. .Is the process of keeping myself updated and to search my own and others improvement.<br />correct<br />C. The systematic practice of improving one’s skills and knowledge<br />within a professional domain; in this case, teaching.<br />correct<br />D. .Succeeding in improving my skills to be better and have a feeling of self confidence.<br />correct<br />
  9. 9. Reflective teaching practices<br />A. To systematically and actively think about what happens in the<br />classroom, both in terms of the teaching itself and in terms of the<br />learner response, and then to try to improve it.<br />correct<br />B. .To be able to see myself and correct any mistakes I make or might make at some point of my practices.<br />correct<br />C. .When I look at my partner’s practice and I see that he has copied my best classes ever.<br />wrong<br />D. .When I am able to think critically and make criticisms on my own teaching taking me to realize what I have to change to enhance it. <br />correct<br />

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