During a visit to a second-grade classroom, a student teacher observed a child spending the time allotted for a worksheet either looking out the window or doodling on his paper. When the student teacher asked the child if he needed help on the assignment, he said no. When asked why he wasn’t doing it, he pointed to another student and said, “She does all her work fast and when she’s done, she gets more work.” The boy’s reaction suggests which of the following about his classroom? [2548]

Q) During a visit to a second-grade classroom, a student teacher observed a child spending the time allotted for a worksheet either looking out the window or doodling on his paper. When the student teacher asked the child if he needed help on the assignment, he said no. When asked why he wasn’t doing it, he pointed to another student and said, “She does all her work fast and when she’s done, she gets more work.” The boy’s reaction suggests which of the following about his classroom?

Options:
A)A routine has been established for students who are having trouble finishing an assignment to ask the teacher for assistance.
B) A routine for rewarding students who finish work promptly is not in place.
C) Students must work alone on seatwork, without consulting other students.
D) Students who finish work before the whole class is finished must not interrupt the students who are still working

Answer

B) A routine for rewarding students who finish work promptly is not in place.

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