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Transcript: Strategy 1: TEAM: TRUE FALSE -I generally buy 2-3 pairs of shoes each week -I do not own over 100 pairs of earrings -I always take a nap after classes Activity -50/50% chance -T/f questions are used for evaluating student's knowledge on specific facts and concepts - ACTIVITY F A C T S Jailyn's Quiz - - - Kyarra Pinkerron 3. Jailyn Allison Porsha's Quiz Guess False or True Assume statements are true unless you know they are false (or unless they include the two expectations to guessing false) 4. Activity Strategy 3: Ka Xiong Guess false when you - find that any part of the statement is false -or when the statement starts with BECAUSE, DUE TO, or SINCE. I never do not attempt to do my homework Test Taking Strategies I never not liked dogs. I preformed at Walt Disney World. I am not voting. Advantage: -gets students thinking more about the materials. Disadvantage: -lead to assumptions Porsha Fayne A qualifier is a word or phrase that change how absolute, certain, or generalized a statement is. There are two main types of qualifiers: Absolute qualifiers: are false statements. use these when you want to appear decisive and when you want the other person to be certain about a decision. look for these following words all, none, always, never, no, nobody, and only. General qualifiers: are true statements. Use these words when you want to allow real-word variation. Use them when you suspect the other person may challenge an absolute qualifier. look for these words few, seldom, some, generally, many, usually, and most. 2. Negatives Activity I am 5'1 -read statements slowly. -if stuck, move on and come back -use background info. -use context clues from other questions -go with first instincts -don't over think DONE =) Other Strategies - You will be given three statements about each of us. -Use strategies learned and find out which statements are true or false. -Reminder: there are two false and one truth Negatives -are a part of a word such as no not or non. Prefixes of negative words : not, cannot, un, dis, il, non, in. Negative words include : no, none, nowhere, neither, nobody, no one, hardly, scarcely, and barely. Double negatives - are a non standard use of two negatives in the same sentence. Double negatives cancel each other out and it creates a positive sentence. Ex. Most students are not unwilling to have math anxiety. DOUBLE NEGATIVES ARE USED AS TRICKS! BEWARE. Ka's Quiz - I always never let my room be messy. - I do not dislike to drink milk. -I never not like to cook. Two False and one truth I am never usually irresponsible Qualifies Activity Strategy 2: 1. Kyarra's Quiz


Transcript: In real... Hofstede 5 dimensions True ! EIGE for European Union: Global gender report: Communication Social role theory: women often assumed responsibilities at home, and men assumed responsibilities outside the home (1987) These expectancies are transmitted to future generations and represent sexual stereotypes Social role theory implies that individuals might question the capacity of women in particular positions, such as leadership roles Because women are often perceived as caregivers, managers assume that female employees are likely to experience a conflict between their work and family lives and women What is it ? What is the proportion of girls in the developing world who get married before the age of 18? a. 12% b. 25% c. 36% d.54% - Education attainment - Health - Political empowerment -Economic participation 1930: 1 million women employed Since 1901, the Nobel Prizes have been awarded to 860 individuals and 22 organizations. How many women have received this Prize? a. 12 b. 47 c. 77 d. 158 Northern countries Philippines increase of the women employed Discrimination - examples - Appearance - Helplessness - Domestication True :) A lot of progress... #4 Women spend a larger percentage of their life looking in mirrors than men? Economic Opportunities Lower wages Policy making True :) Eagly Theory Gender differentiation stems from: True ! 5 pts: When did Goffman say that gender stereotype will change as society shift? Concerning the discrimination in the workplace, which of these statements are more frequent? a. Job title and job description b. Sexual harassment c. Wage discrimination d. Hours required for work #5 Men change their minds two times more often than women. Must women take a longer time to make a decision than men do. But once they made a decision they are more likely to stick to it? #1 Ladies take up more space during communication process? The social structure that is created as a result of these beliefs separate men and women unequally. This is taught through socialization creating an individual who continues to reinforce them. Gender differentiation in the workplace Knowing that men are saying 12,500 words per day, how many words are women saying? a. 5,500 b. 15,500 c. 20,500 d. 25,500 True/False What are they ? True :) Gender Communication #6 Women spend a larger percentage of their life looking in mirrors than men? McQuiston and Morris : The body language is linked to dominance, like eye contact and interpersonal distance, and that is more than women Lenses of Gender How measure this gender gap? There was a time when pink was for boys and blue was for girls. When did retailers and manufacturers decide to reverse this? a. 1900 b. 1920 c. 1940 d. 1960 A gender stereotype consists of beliefs about the psychological traits and characteristics of the activities which are appropriated to men or women. - Same rights - Same opportunities - Behaviors and aspirations equally valued How did it build ? 1940: 13 million women employed Solutions Gender Games Masculinity: preference in society for achievement, heroism, assertiveness and material rewards for success Femininity: preference for cooperation, modesty, caring for the weak and quality of life Gender stereotypes in advertisement The western society belief are: - Women education - Life expectancy - Workforce Goffman theory Work place 1900: less than 20% of women in the workforce 2012: around 72% of women Why should we do it? - Economic participation and opportunities - Boost for the GNP of a country - An investment How reduce the gender gap? How many genders exist in the world? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 Rwanda Explanations 1900-1920 : Hight gender discrimination Other examples of discrimination 1930-1950: The great depression Gender Stereotypes design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi Predicted that gender roles will shift as societies shift (1977) He made some studies about the images in advertising that depict stereotypical gender True ! 5pts: Which period is characterized by ‘a gradual and significant increase in the amount of women employed? Gender equality 1960-1970: Revolution in the workforce Theories Gender discrimination Sandra Bem’s study When a man has a life expectancy of 70 years, how longer does the woman live? a. 2 years more b. 5 years more c. 10 years more d. 13 years more Two kinds of discrimination: - Disparate treatment - Disparate impact When men have an employment rate of 14% in Ireland, how many women are affected by unemployment? a. 9% b. 14% c. 20% d. 25% In Animation.. Gender Equality Congratulations ! #2 Gender refers to the social and psychological dimensions of being female or male? The things are changing... How reduce the gender gap ? But disparities remain... True ! Verbal communication #3 Cheerleading started out as boy’s club because it was too masculine for girls? Which country has the highest masculinity dimension? a. Japan b. Chili c. Venezuela d. Germany Wage


Transcript: T F Cary does not like to rock climb in the heat but he will. (Rule 4) T F Teresa sometimes eats fried rice for breakfast. (Rule 7) T F Bri^2 likes PE. (Rule1) - SWBAT describe benefits and weakness of true/false test items. - SWBAT identify errors in learning outcomes in true false question samples. - SWBAT create their own well-stated true false test questions. - One Central Idea - Short and Simple - Precise language - Cite opinion statements* - Use familiar material - Cause-effect questions should be true* - Avoid Extraneous clues - always, never, none, all, sometimes, only - Use negative statements sparingly - Never not don't use double negatives Advantages When and How - Writing true/false free from ambiguity - False questions do not assess if the student knows accurate knowledge - Prone to guessing more than other test items - There are only two possible alternatives - Covers large area of content quickly - In connection with interpretive exercises, comprehension of complex outcomes can be measured - Scoring (easy, objective, reliable) - ELL Benefit: less demand on reading skills than multiple choice - Only two possible alternatives - Measure ability to identify whether statements of fact are correct - Judge True/False statements and change False to True - Replacing multiple choice items with more than one correct answer Brain Break! -Find a partner wearing the same color shirt as you - Play one round of "Count up to 21" Disadvantages IOs Answer the following as TRUE/FALSE - The true-false item should be used in place of a multiple choice item when only two alternatives are possible. - Teachers can use true-false items because it limits opportunities for guessing. True/False Test Items Correction... - Divide into 8 groups. - Go to pages 111-116. - We will assign you a rule. - Write a bad example and then a good example of a True False item with your rule. - Share with the group on the ELMO. T F Cary does not like to rock climb in the heat but he will not never do it. (Rule 4) T F Teresa always eats fried rice for breakfast. (Rule 7) T F One Bri likes art and the other Bri likes PE. (Rule1) Review - Find a partner who is sitting across the room from you. - Answer the following questions: List one instance when True-False questions would be appropriate List two rules for writing True False Items - We will choose two people to share at random. Test Items... Review Rules and Criteria Your Turn


Transcript: Pathophysiology of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Fill-in-the-Blank 1. The right side of the heart pumps blood through the lungs to the _____________ circulation. 2. _________________, the most common disease of the arteries, is a process whereby the muscle fibers and the endothelial lining of the walls of small arteries and arterioles become thickened. 3. The hallmark symptom of peripheral arterial occlusive disease of the lower extremities is intermittent _________________. 4. _________________ is a vitamin K antagonist that is indicated for extended anticoagulant therapy. Pre-Lecture Quiz Assessment and Management of Patients With Vascular Disorders and Problems of Peripheral Circulation Developed by: Tara Sohrabi RN, MSN Objectives Assessment and Management of Patients With Vascular Disorders and Problems of Peripheral Circulation Pre-Lecture Quiz Describe assessment techniques to determine PVD alterations (1,4). Compare and contrast arterial and venous alterations in perfusion (4,5,6). Describe the nursing responsibilities for the diagnostic procedures used in oxygenation/perfusion alterations (1,2,3,4,8,9). Discuss the nursing care for surgical versus medical management for a patient with PVD (4,5,6). Apply concepts of patient-centered care to patients with alterations in oxygenation/peripheral perfusion (6). Discuss the nursing care related to complications of DVT/PVD (4,6,9) Describe the primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention of DVT/PVD (4). Explain the action and therapeutic effect of medications commonly used in alterations of peripheral perfusion. ((1,2,4,6,8,9) Discuss the learning needs of patients with DVT/PVD (4,5,6,7). True/False 1. Right-sided heart failure causes an accumulation of blood in the lungs and a reduction in forward flow or cardiac output. 2. Nicotine from tobacco products causes vasospasm and can thereby dramatically reduce circulation to the extremities. 3. Studies report that the average venous ulcer requires as long as 6 to 12 months to heal completely. Narrowing (stenosis) of the arterial lumen or damage to the endothelial lining. Acute: Immediate decrease in arterial blood flow distal to occlusion. Chronic: Gradual occlusion allowing for collateral circulation. Effects on lower extremities: narrowing (stenosis), occlusion, ulcers, and embolization. Table 30-1 (Page 823)

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Transcript: Testing Strategies Lets practice!! Multiple Choice (cont.) Make a rough outline of your answer before you start to write. Make sure it includes a thesis statement, main points and proof or examples. Say as much as you can, use short paragraphs, and write legibly. Volume, quality, clarity, and neatness pay off Never leave a question blank. Give it your best guess. You might guess correctly. And even if you don’t, you might get partial credit just for coming close. Reread directions before turning in an exam. Did you define terms when you were asked to compare them? Use the entire period to double check. Answers quite often pop up in other questions. Keep that thought in mind. First impressions (initial guesses) are often best. It’s probably your brain at work. Don’t fight this intuition unless you’re sure it's wrong. When a question is difficult to visualize, draw it. Assume a possible answer. Then work backwards to see if you’re right. Sit in the front of class. Ambiguous questions can be cleared up much easier when you’re near the instructor. Stay until the very end. Questions may be clarified by the instructor as an afterthought. All Questions . When two out of four choices are opposites pick one of those two as the best guess. B, C, and D answers are best in five answer multiple choice questions. Avoid pairs. If question 28 is known to be B, avoid guessing B in #27 or #29. Non-answers (“Zero,” and “none of the above”) are usually poor guesses. In questions asking for the most or the least, pick the answer next to the highest or lowest options. (Most: 5 8 9 15 30). “All of the above” is usually a good guess. Read over the whole test before you answer any part of it. Judge the total time allowed and pace yourself. Read over the whole test before you answer any part of it. Don’t agonize too much on any one question. Read over the whole test before you answer any part of it. Be sure you are following directions correctly. Read over the whole test before you answer any part of it. If using a separate answer sheet, check to see if you’re on the right space. Read over the whole test before you answer any part of it. Go back and review if you have time. True / False: A. When limiting words are used (all, never, always, must, etc.) false is usually the best answer. B. When general terms are used (most, some, usually, could, might, etc.) true is usually the best answer. C. Exaggerated or complex answers are generally false. D. Answer every question, even with a best guess, as you go. Identify those you’re not sure of with a mark. Review these on a second pass. The longest multiple choice answers are good guesses. If two out of four choices are almost identical, pick the longest of the two. If a few questions have five possible choices instead of four, pick number five. If a question asks for a plural (or singular) answer, make sure you pick the plural (or singular). Try saying the question and answer to yourself. If it sounds wrong grammatically or just sounds silly, it stands a good chance of being wrong Test Taking Tips Essay ESSAY Mulitple Choice

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Transcript: A baseball game is fun for the whole family. (True/False) - This question is only based on the student's opinion, not their learning. Florida was returned to Spain after the Revolutionary War. (true/false) - This item contains more than one concept or fact. It could confuse the learner because one part, both parts, or either part could be true or false. What is true/false? Advantages / Pros Guidelines for writing True/False Questions Defining these items are used to identify and measure if specific factual statements are correct Students answer either True or False These statements are declarative and are not misleading,they are concrete These statements gives you the ability to grade easier and it is reliable due to its simplicity True/False helps you to cover alot of material in a short amount of time Less taxing on students and allows them to think deeper into each question False statements leave the students without a solution or understanding of truth Scores can easily be swayed by guessing the correct answer Differentiation is not able to be met due to its simplicity with an answer True / False - creating fixed - responses Avoid patterns in your answers. (ex. TTFFTTFF, TFTFTF) Avoid the use of negatives in your statements. Do not "trick" students in thinking one answer or the other. Keep the number of true and false statements as close to equal as possible. Statements should be equal in length to keep students interest. Do not copy statements directly from text. Allow students to think through prior learned information. Avoid the use of "not" to make a statement false. What are the advantages (pros) or disadvantages (cons) of true/false questions? In the equation, A = (1/2) bh, when the base increases, so does the area of the Triangle. (true/false) - this question may require some higher thinking, but the answer is concrete The compass rose on a map provides the information necessary to find the direction from one point on a map to another. (true/false) - this question may seem lengthy, but provides solid information and a slight definition that allows it to be true and no questions are asked What are some BAD true/false examples? What are some GOOD true/false examples? Disadvantages / Cons

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