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Study Guide:  Learning to Learn



True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
 

 1. 

Mr. Matthews discussed every rule and procedure during the Learning to Learn presentation.
 

 2. 

As a student, you do not know enough to have a valid opinion and should avoid expressing your opinion in class.
 

 3. 

According to Mr. Matthews, your grades are not really important, so long as you, as a student are really learning something.
 

 4. 

You are tardy if you are not in your seat with all supplies ready to work when the tardy bell rings.
 

 5. 

You do not have the right to discuss your grades or ask for additional help or work to improve your grade.
 

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 6. 

If you need to visit the restroom and there is not enough time before the tardy bell rings, you should
a.
hurry up and go.
c.
hold it until later.
b.
let the teacher know, then go.
d.
none of these.
 

 7. 

If you disagree with the teacher, you can
a.
write a letter of petition or appeal.
c.
argue with the teacher.
b.
talk to your friends, saying mean things.
d.
do nothing, the teacher is always right.
 

 8. 

if your are experiencing flatulence, you should
a.
let ‘er rip.
c.
politely excuse yourself and go outside or to the restroom.
b.
run out the door screaming.
d.
hold it until your head explodes.
 

 9. 

Students with special needs are allowed to have modified work and you should
a.
protest that their modified work is unfair to you.
c.
look for students taking different test.
b.
copy off of their test.
d.
respect their right to privacy.
 

 10. 

Progress reports will be issued
a.
every week.
c.
on a regular basis.
b.
never.
d.
only at mid-term.
 

Multiple Response
Identify one or more choices that best complete the statement or answer the question.
 

 11. 

Rude and uncacceptable behavior includes which of the following:
 a.
talking without permission.
 d.
making critical statements about another student.
 b.
passig gas.
 e.
all of these.
 c.
following correct procedures.
 f.
none of these.
 

 12. 

Social studies includes which of the following:
 a.
History.
 d.
World Religions.
 b.
Government.
 e.
none of these
 c.
Psychology.
 

 13. 

Bell Work is designed to
 a.
keep the students busy while the teacher goofs off.
 d.
evaluate student learning and understanding.
 b.
review information from previouse lesson
 e.
all of these.
 c.
introduce new information.
 f.
none of these.
 

Matching
 
 
a.
learning to learn
d.
respect
b.
letter of appeal
e.
responsibility
c.
progress reports
 

 14. 

What each student needs to take for their educaiton.
 

 15. 

To question a decision or grade.
 

 16. 

What you should show toward others in class.
 

 17. 

The process of learning classroom rules and procedures.
 

 18. 

Statement issued on a regualr basis that shows grades and attendance.
 

Short Answer
 

 19. 

Please explain why it is important to do your Bell Work and why you need to write down the daily objective.
 



 
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