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1 (1) Record Keeping: Teachers have a professional responsibility to monitor, record and communicate student progress. Many schools and districts have adopted networked grading systems, and some publish grades on secure websites. Use a your school's gradebook program to develop a report for a real or hypothetical class of ten or more students who are assessed on five or more assignments. Submit a printout of your gradebook and the detailed report card (progress report) for an individual student. If you do not have access to such a program, you may use Gradekeeper or download a sample shareware "gradebook" program. 1

2 (2) Assessment: Teachers must regularly assess student progress. Many textbook publishers make test construction easier by providing test generators, software which allows the teacher to quickly compose tests and keys from question databases. Test generators allow the teacher to input questions, and often provide databases of questions the teacher can select from. *TPE-tip A well-structured exam may be used as an artifact for TPE3, Interpretation and Use of Assessments. Use a test generator to construct multiple versions of an exam. Software such as Examview allows teachers to develop tests and post them on the Internet. Take this short physics quiz generated with the Examview, or this geology quiz made with Quizmaker. Include a screen capture of your score (actual score is inconsequential) and discuss the benefits and problems associated with online testing. Fall of Rome Test Name Date Period Part 1 Short Answer (50 pts): Use a complete sentence or sentences to answer each 2

3 question. 1. Why did people want to be Roman citizens? 2. What were two reasons that Constantinople was a great place to build the new capitol of Rome? 3. Why were the followers of Jesus persecuted? 4. What are two reasons that Constantine moved the capitol of Rome? 5. What are two differences between the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church? Part 2 (50 pts.) Answer the questions by writing an organized paragraph. How was Christianity important to the history of the Roman Empire? 3

4 Scratch work Question #2 How do the legacies of the Roman Empire affect the world today? 4

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6 Part III Multiple Choice Directions: Circle the best response. 1. The saying All roads lead to Rome meant a. that you could not be lost in Rome. b. that all the roads the Romans built lead to the city of Rome. c. that every road in the world belonged to Rome. d. that Rome was full of tourists. 2. A mosaic is a. a painting on the wall that looks like what is outside. b. a picture painted on the moist plaster of a wall or ceiling. c. a pipe or channel built to carry water between distant places d. a picture made up of small pieces of glass, tiles, gems, or colored stone. 3. Three things that happened in the Roman Collosseum were a. gladiator battles, marriages, and chariot races. b. football games, animal fights, and naval battles. c. animal fights, gladiator battles, and operas. d. slave fights, animal fights, and gladiator battles. 4. In Roman Numerals C means a. 10 b. 50 c. 100 d What Roman architectural legacy would you find at the U.S. capitol building? a. cameo b. aqueduct c. dome d. stadium 6. The basis behind the ideal of natural rights is that a. we all have power. b. we must not break the law. 6

7 c. we all have rights. d. we must not fight with others. 7. The Latin prefix anima- means a. hand b. to serve as a soldier c. life, breath, soul d. word 8. Three examples of Roman architecture are a. domes, boats, and columns b. aqueducts, domes, and roads c. the Collosseum, the Pantheon, and columns d. roads, the Collosseum, and the Pantheon 9. What is one way that Latin has influenced the English language? a. English words use Latin roots and prefixes. b. English is written with all capital letters. c. Latin words come from English roots. d. Latin is spoken in many homes. 10. The Roman Emperor Constantine is known for a. moving the capitol of Rome to Byzantium. b. building a wall to control barbarian invasions. c. his dramatic plays and stories. d. being the first Pope of the Christian Church. 11. What was the significance of the barbarians entering the city of Rome? a. It brought an end to the Germanic invasions. b. It unified all of Europe. c. It marked the end of the Western Roman Empire. d. It was the beginning of Christianity. 12. What was the religious center of the Byzantine Empire? a. the Colosseum b. The Hagia Sophia c. The Hippodrome d. The Parthenon 13. Roman builders were the first to use a. the wheel b. cement c. columns d. levers 14. Which of these statements is true about the Eastern Orthodox Church? 7

8 I. It was based in Constantinople. II. The leaders in the religion were not allowed to be married. III. The official language of the church was Greek. IV. The leaders were the Popes. V. The largest cathedral in this religion was the Hagia Sophia. a. I, III, V b. I, II, IV, V c. I, II, III, V d. I, V 15. Which is the correct spelling of the Sea that Rome surrounded? a. Mediteranean Sea b. Mediterranian Sea c. Mediterranean Sea d. Metideranean Sea 16. Which of these shows three areas of Roman law that are still used today? a. Marriages, Voting Ages, Contracts b. Marriages, Emperor Ages, Religion c. Inheritance, Taxes, Contracts d. The legal age to drive, Contracts, Taxes 17. Why was the language of the Romans important to them? a. The language was Greek, and it was important because only business was done in Greek. b. The language was Latin, and it was important because the emperor said so. c. The language was Latin, and the people that spoke Latin called themselves true Romans. d. The language was Roman, and the people that spoke Roman called themselves true Romans. 18. Which of the reasons was a reason for the decline of Rome? a. barbarians attacking the northern border b. famine throughout the empire c. Rome was not easy to defend d. all of the above 19. Which of the following are FACTS about the life of Jesus? I. Jesus believed that he was the son of God. II. Jesus is God. III. Jesus was born to a woman named Mary. IV. Jesus was a Roman Jew. V. Jesus was crucified for teaching his beliefs. a. I, II, V b. I, II, III c. I, III, IV, V 8

9 d. They are all true Name Date Period Fall of Rome Test Part 1 Short Answer (50 pts): Use a complete sentence or sentences to answer each question. 1. Why did people want to be Roman citizens? 2. What were two reasons that Constantinople was a great place to build the new capitol of Rome? 3. Why were the followers of Jesus persecuted? 4. What are two reasons that Constantine moved the capitol of Rome? 5. What are two differences between the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church? 9

10 Part 2 (50 pts.) Answer the question by writing a paragraph. How was Christianity important to the history of the Roman Empire? Use this area to organize your work Part III Multiple Choice Directions: Circle the best response. 10

11 1. The saying All roads lead to Rome meant a. that you could not be lost in Rome. b. that all the roads the Romans built lead to the city of Rome. c. that every road in the world belonged to Rome. d. that Rome was full of tourists. 2. A mosaic is a. a painting on the wall that looks like what is outside. b. a picture painted on the moist plaster of a wall or ceiling. c. a pipe or channel built to carry water between distant places d. a picture made up of small pieces of glass, tiles, gems, or colored stone. 3. Three things that happened in the Roman Collosseum were a. gladiator battles, marriages, and chariot races. b. football games, animal fights, and naval battles. c. animal fights, gladiator battles, and operas. d. slave fights, animal fights, and gladiator battles. 4. In Roman Numerals C means a. 10 b. 50 c. 100 d What Roman architectural legacy would you find at the U.S. capitol building? a. cameo b. aqueduct c. dome d. stadium 6. The Latin prefix anima- means a. hand b. to serve as a soldier c. life, breath, soul d. word 7. Three examples of Roman architecture are a. domes, boats, and columns b. aqueducts, domes, and roads c. the Collosseum, the Pantheon, and columns d. roads, the Collosseum, and the Pantheon 8. What is one way that Latin has influenced the English language? a. English words use Latin roots and prefixes. b. English is written with all capital letters. 11

12 c. Latin words come from English roots. d. Latin is spoken in many homes. 9. The Roman Emperor Constantine is known for a. moving the capitol of Rome to Byzantium. b. building a wall to control barbarian invasions. c. his dramatic plays and stories. d. being the first Pope of the Christian Church. 10. What was the significance of the barbarians entering the city of Rome? a. It unified all of Europe. b. It was the beginning of Christianity. c. It marked the end of the Western Roman Empire. d. It brought an end to the Germanic invasions. 11. Which of the following was a reason for the decline of Rome? a. barbarians attacking the northern border b. Rome was not easy to defend c. famine throughout the empire d. all of the above 12. Roman builders were the first to use a. the wheel b. cement c. levers d. columns 13. Which is the correct spelling of the Sea that Rome surrounded? a. Mediterranean Sea b. Mediterranian Sea c. Mediterrinian Sea d. Mediteranean Sea 14. Why was the language of the Romans important to them? a. The language was Greek. It was important because all business was done in Greek. b. The language was Latin. It was important because speaking Latin showed that you were c. The language was Roman. It was important because only rich people were allowed to sp d. The language was Latin. It was important because only men were allowed to speak Latin 12

13 Online test generation and test taking have many potential benefits and sacrifices. The best feature of these type of quizzes are for students who are preparing for an in-class test. They can retake the quiz until they understand the answers, and therefore will be more prepared for the test. If the teacher is giving the quiz online, the teacher should be present. I can imagine that students will cheat, copy, and help each other if the tests are not administered with the teacher present. (3) Communication: Students benefit when teachers clearly state their expectations in written form. When these expectations are available on the Internet, all students and parents can benefit, particularly students who have been absent. A variety of commercial resources exist with which teachers can post calendars, homework assignments, and other important documents. Put your class assignments on the web at Yourhomework, SchoolNotes or similar service. Include a screen capture of your published assignment schedule. 13

14 (4) Presentations: Presentation software provides teachers the opportunity to display text and graphics in a slide show fashion. PowerPoint and Keynote are two of the most popular presentation tools. Teachers and professors make extensive use of presentations, but many are concerned about the potentially negative effects such presentations can have on instruction. *TPE-tip A well developed educational presentation can serve as an artifact for TPE 4, Making Content Accessible, or TPE 10, Instructional Time, if used with presenter tools. After reading the articles on the educational use and abuse of presentation software, summarize how presentations should be constructed and delivered to maximize learning and minimize abuse. Locate and download one or more PowerPoint presentations relevant to your teaching needs. Include the URL of the location from which you obtained them and summarize the PowerPoint and where in your curriculum you will use it. Make a PowerPoint presentation to teach a lesson in your subject area, keeping in mind the principles you have outlined above and the guidelines provided (see tutorial). Your presentation should include numerous graphics and be at least 10 slides in length. (a) Provide an electronic copy of your presentation (ppt format) on your website. (b) Embed screen captures of your presentation in the template. Make sure the content is easy to read. Using iphoto (Mac), Picasa (Windows), or similar slide viewer software, create a photo library for your discipline. You should include photos you have taken plus 14

15 ones retreived from a graphic search engine. Create two or three slide shows from the library. Include a screen shot of the slide sorter window for one of your shows. Create a photopage for your website. Album Manager G2qgE# 15

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17 (5) Digital Video (5) Digital Video of your Teaching Develop a video of your teaching in accordance with the requirements of PACT. Put your video in your TaskStream account Burn and submit a DVD that includes your movies and other photos REFER to the link on my website of a pod of dolphins up close. 17

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20 (6) DVD: Develop a lesson using a computer-based DVD-player that includes bookmarks and video clips to access specific scenes. Itentify the DVD and explain why you chose this for a lesson. Include a screen capture showing your catalog of bookmarks and video clips. Describe how the scan fast, scan slow, step, mute, bookmark, video clip, and screen size features can be used to enhance your lesson. The DVD that I chose was from the Discovery Earth series. It was chosen because it is educational in many facets, and because it was provided by Dr. Herr. By previewing the movies, teachers can facilitate their classes viewing of these movies by not having to jump around looking for the correct clip. The teacher can also view the clips in any order they desire, so the movie does not have to be watched sequentially. (7) Concept Maps: Develop a concept map with graphics and text. 20

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