The final Assessment consists of a total of 31 questions, combined from the modules (as listed above) within the course. The questions are based on the course literature, so you will NOT be questioned on information that has not been specifically addressed and discussed throughout the course modules.
Each question will have a different format to it, from multiple choice question to questions selected from a word bank. Read each question carefully and answer to the best of your knowledge.
The pass mark is identified below:
Pass – 70% or more
- Marks will not be awarded for omitted answers.
- Marks will not be deducted for incorrect or omitted answers as only positive marks are awarded for the test.
- The final score will be the total of answers awarded for each of the thirty questions
- Answers will be marked according to accuracy, completeness and relevance.
Read each question very carefully – There may be questions asking you to select the option that is correct and/or more than one answer to a question.
Answer each question – Do not leave any question blank as you will not be awarded any marks; however you have a 1 in 4 chance of answering correctly if you at least attempt the question.
Work by process of elimination – If you are unsure of the answer to a question, first rule out any options that you know are definitely (or at least mostly sure) are incorrect and then select which you think is correct.
Please note, your results for the Final Assessment Tests are automatically sent across to your tutors and they will be aware of your grades.
Once you have gone through the course modules the next stage of the course is to complete the Final Assessment.
To book your final exam please contact your tutor at email@example.com.
Teaching Assistant Assessment
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Question 1 of 31
The goals of a quality learning environment should include which two of the following;
Question 2 of 31
Effective classroom organisation maximises the time spent on teaching and learning experiences.
Question 3 of 31
So that resources and materials are always readily available in a good condition, it will be necessary to keep accurate records of them and monitor their condition.
Question 4 of 31
The teaching assistants are legally required to practice using the equipment before it is needed and before children are present.
Question 5 of 31
It is important that the teaching assistant previews presentations before using them with the class.
Question 6 of 31
COSHH refers to which of the following;
Question 7 of 31
Social Development refers to s child’s identity, relationship with others, and understanding of their place within a social environment
Question 8 of 31
ICT should not be used to promote education and development.
Question 9 of 31
Curriculum specific resources are those needed to support a particular learning activity such as PE equipment
Question 10 of 31
Disruptive behaviour results in lost time and creates a classroom environment that is not conducive to learning.
Question 11 of 31
You should not praise pupils who are excelling, you should focus your praise on those who are trying, but struggling.
Question 12 of 31
In the classroom, teachers should make it clear to all that bullying will not be tolerated.
Question 13 of 31
Pupils learn best in an environment where they feel safe and secure.
Question 14 of 31
The most helpful observations are made when the pupil who is being observed is aware that they are being watched.
Question 15 of 31
Social Development refers to a childs increasing awareness and control of their feelings and how they react to these feelings in a given situation.
Question 16 of 31
If teenagers are moody and uncommunicative at times, this is a sign of emotional distress.
Question 17 of 31
Stress can affect a pupil mentally but not physically.
Question 18 of 31
The Curriculum Cymreig is a part of the curriculum that is unique to Wales.
Question 19 of 31
The teaching assistant will be required to provide the type and level of individual support needed to enable the pupil to achieve the learning targets set by the teacher
Question 20 of 31
The teaching assistant should try to establish a good relationship with the pupil by using communication skills such as body language
Question 21 of 31
Healthy children learn better but have more days absent from schools.
Question 22 of 31
Written records must be kept of all medicines administered to pupils.
Question 23 of 31
Non-accidental injuries are likely to be few but scattered.
Question 24 of 31
The way that children behave is a good pointer to the state of their health and well being.
Question 25 of 31
All pupils in England are required to adhere to the National Curriculum
Question 26 of 31
Context variables relate to the characteristics of teacher and pupil behaviour and the teaching/learning tasks that take place and have a bearing on the success of the learning outcomes.
Question 27 of 31
In any subject, good quality learning and teaching takes place when pupils’ interest and curiosity are not stimulated and motivation is not high.
Question 28 of 31
The goal of the teaching assistant is to support the culture of the school
Question 29 of 31
The role of the teaching assistant will vary from school to school
Question 30 of 31
Independent learning is a school of education which sees learners as individuals who can and should be autonomous
Question 31 of 31
Home-school diaries should not be used by staff to record a pupil’s achievement.