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  • Chapter 10: Motivation and Engagement Basketball!
    Every student MUST answer each of the following questions on a separate sheet of paper.
    The questions are related to the chapter you read for homework.
    The first person with their hand raised and the correct answer receives one point for their team.
    That person then also gets to shoot a basket for 2 extra points.
    You will turn this in for points at the end of the game.
  • 1.
    True or False
    Performance anxiety can be minimized when instructional activities are structured as learning opportunities rather then tests.
  • 2.
    True or False
    In classrooms where competition is emphasized, learners tend to adopt learning goals rather then performance goals.
  • 3.
    Multiple Choice
    Teachers with a low sense of self-efficacy tend to _____________
    Extend greater effort in finding resources
    Give up on students having difficulty
    Use variety in their teaching methods
    A and C
  • Multiple Choice
    According to the Attribution Theory, which of the following students is likely to be more motivated in Math?
    A. When Drew receives a low grade on his math
    tests, he laments about how stupid he is in math
    B. When Galen receives a low grade on his math
    tests, he make the excuse that he didn’t
    C. Use variety in their teaching methods
    D. A and C
  • 5.
    What theory promotes connection between effort and achievement?
  • 6.
    What theory creates a learning orientation in the classroom by emphasizing learning and attaining knowledge?
  • 7.
    True or False
    Students who are allowed to set individual learning goals and compare their progress to their own starting point tend to have a greater self-regulation, and are more willing to take risks.
  • 8.
    True or False
    Tangible rewards can deter intrinsic motivation
  • 9.
    Multiple Choice
    When Brent is given an assignment, he immediately asks if he will get extra free time or any other reward for completing work. When no prize is evident, he puts minimal effort into completing the assignment. Which type of motivation is Brent operating under?
    A. Extrinsic
    B. Intrinsic
    C. Self-determination
    D. Attribution
  • 10.
    Multiple Choice
    Teacher who believe that intelligence is malleable (it can change over time) tend to
    A. Explain success and failure in terms of effort
    B. Promote learning goals
    C. Emphasize grades and competition
    D. A and B
  • 11.
    Which theory helps learners experience success and reward correct academic responses. Be cautious with the use of reward to avoid undermining intrinsic motivation?
  • 12.
    Which theory structures the classroom for learner success . Use practices that allow for socialization and positive student-teacher relationships?
  • 13.
    True or False
    Learners who are intrinsically motivated tend to go beyond minimal requirements and are willing to take risks.
  • 14.
    True or False
    Teachers who have a high sense of self-efficacy tend to use more variety in their teachings.
  • 15.
    Multiple Choice
    Carla can’t wait to get to class to get started on her science experiment. She often stays after school or during lunch to work on the project. She is very curious how the experiment will turn out. Which type of motivation is Carla operating under?