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Casey Shannon

Chapter 1 – 4 Questions: The Daily 5

Scuba Diver Questions

1. What does the acronym, “CAFÉ” stand for?

a. Comprehension, Accuracy, Fluency, and Expanding Vocabulary

b. Creative, Accuplacer, For, Education
c. Correlating, Assessments, Following, Exams
d. Create, Assess, Flip, Example

2. What is the Daily 5 designed to do?

a. To have children reading at a grade level higher than what they are at so they will be
building a larger knowledge of vocabulary before the next grade.
b. So children will be faster at reading so that way when they have to take a state test they
will be done in no time
c. It is designed to teach children to build their stamina and independence in each of the
Daily 5 tasks so they can fully engage in meaningful, authentic reading and writing for an
extended time.
d. It is designed for the children to become strong and independent so they can read text
to the grades below them in each Daily 5 task, so they help another student and learn

3. What does giving the student choice do for the student?

a. It makes the student mess up on assignments as they don’t know what is best for them.
b. It allows them to decide how they want to be taught in the classroom so the teacher
knows what to teach them.
c. It allows them to take ownership and responsibility for their learning.
d. It hurts the student as they will choose something ridiculous to do rather than what
they need to be doing.
4. Which one of these is an opportunity provided by transitions in the Daily 5?

a. A physical break from a student work sessions.

b. The kinesthetic movement children’s brains and bodies require before continuing to
c. A brain break, which allows for refocusing and a natural time to provide another short
focus lesson.
d. All of the above

5. Of the 3, which system evokes the longest-lasting memory?

a. Visual
b. Kinesthetic
c. Auditory

6. Which of the following, “10 Steps to Teaching and Learning Independence” from chapter 3 is the

most powerful way to communicate expectations to children?

a. Model Most-Desirable Behaviors

b. Model Least-Desirable Behaviors, Then Most-Desirable Behaviors Again
c. Practice and Build Stamina
d. Use a Quite Signal to Bring Students Back to the Gathering Place

7. How many books should a primary-grade classroom have in their classroom library?

a. 700 – 750 titles.

b. 300-330 titles.
c. 900-1300 titles.
d. 10-200 titles.

8. Why does comfort matter when designed a classroom?

a. It allows for students to be creative where they sit.

b. It builds students engagement with the books they are reading.
c. It is a large factor in building their stamina.
d. It gives the kids a great place to quietly talk to friends.
Artifact: Tennis Questions

Materials Needed:
Tennis Racquets
Letters for the cones
Tennis balls

1. Create questions to ask the students.
2. Print of letters to put onto the cones (Ex: “A”, “B”, “C”, D”)
3. Place the cones on the ground with a good amount of space between them in order.
4. The students will each have a tennis ball and a tennis racquet.
5. Ask the students the questions and at the same time they will attempt to hit the cone that they
fit answers the question.
6. If a student gets it right they will go and pick up the cone once they are told they got it right.
7. If a student doesn’t get it right the first time, the teacher will not say anything, and they will
have to try again until the right answer is chosen.