Question 4 of 52 According to the U.S. Census Bureau, which group is the largest and fastest-growing subculture in the United States? (Points : 5)

Black Americans Hispanic

Latino Americans Asian

Pacific Islander Americans

Native Americans

Question 5 of 52 Which is a guideline for developing and administering the Cloze test? (Points : 5)

Systematically delete every fifth word from sentences in a passage, keeping the first and last sentence intact.

Allow the reader approximately five minutes to take the test, but allow the reader a few more minutes if needed.

Choose educational materials that previously have been familiar to the reader.

Question 16 of 52 Evaluation of learner performance is a more complex process in the affective domain than in the other domains of learning because in the affective domain, evaluation of learner performance (Points : 5)

is less overt, tangible, and observable.

is a multidimensional, in-depth process.

occurs informally in unstructured environments.

usually happens under formal conditions in structured settings.

Question 17 of 52 Why is the SMOG formula a particularly useful measurement tool? (Points : 5)

It is one of the most valid tests of readability.

It can be applied to printed materials containing less than thirty sentences. It calculates the readability of printed materials from kindergarten to college level.

It assesses grade level of the reader based on 75% comprehension of the material.

Question 18 of 52 Illiteracy is generally interpreted as having reading skills at or below which grade level? (Points : 5)

Fourth

Fifth

Seventh

Eighth

Question 19 of 52 In addition to giving information, according to the principles of teaching and learning, all nurses should be prepared to (Points : 5)

assess learning needs, readiness, and styles.

determine whether the information has been received and understood.

revise the approach to teaching if the client does not comprehend the information.

All of the above.

Question 20 of 52 A staff of nurses is caring for a group of Laotian mothers and infants in an inner-city maternal/child health clinic. Nursing interventions focus on well-baby care, women’s health issues, and illness prevention. The staff view all members of this client group as homogenous, with each person seen as adhering to all of the traditions, values, customs, and beliefs of the group to which they have affiliation. The nurses’ views are an example of (Points : 5)

cultural awareness.

cultural sensitivity.

cultural adaptation.

cultural stereotyping

Question 21 of 52 For the following items, match the advantage of using a particular instructional method with the correct method: (Points : 5) Potential Matches:

1 : Demonstration/return demonstration

2 : Gaming

3 : Lecture

4 : Computer-assisted instruction

Answer 1: INNOVATIVE, ACTIVE LEARNING, REQUIRES CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM-SOLVING

2: Opportunity to overlearn, requires supervision, provides immediate feedback

3: Allows learner to work at own pace, subject-centered, opportunity for continuous feedback

4: Flexible, good for large groups, time efficient

Use words of equal length to substitute for the blank spaces that the reader will see in a given paragraph.

Question 6 of 52 When teaching adults, which of the following would not be a consideration with adult learning theory? (Points : 5)

adult learners are self-directed

adult learners prefer using gaming as a learning strategy

adult learners want to apply learning immediately

the teacher is a facilitator

Question 7 of 52All of the following statements are true about motivational factors except: (Points : 5)

Factors that influence motivation can serve as incentives or obstacles to achieve desired behaviors.

The learner can be influenced by the educator, who can act as a motivational facilitator or blocker.

A motivational incentive for one learner may be a motivational obstacle for another learner.

Facilitating or blocking factors that shape motivation to learn are classified into three major categories that are mutually exclusive of one another.

Question 8 of 52 Which factor is not a probable effect of low socioeconomic status on an individual’s ability to learn? (Points : 5)

Educational background

Literacy level

Susceptibility to illness

Learning disorders

Question 9 of 52 The ease with which written or printed work can be read is: (Points : 5) comprehension

Iloralacy

Readability

numeracy

Question 10 of 52 Which model is used in health screening programs to predict preventive health behavior? (Points : 5)

Health belief model

Health prevention model

Compliance

Motivation outcomes

Question 11 of 52 Which of the following assessment findings might be a clue about a patient’s low literacy ability? (Points : 5)

Completing all hospital admission forms Using the excuse of being too busy,

not interested,

too tired,

or not feeling well enough to read instructional materials asking questions following directions carefully

Question 12 of 52 When comparing male and female brain functioning, which ability is consistently done better by males than females and currently is thought to have a genetic origin? (Points : 5)

Problem-solving ability

Spatial ability

Verbal ability

Mathematical ability

Question 13 of 52 Which are the primary interacting components of the health belief model? (Points : 5)

Age, sex, and race

Individual perceptions, modifying factors, and likelihood of action

Sociopsychological variables, structural variables, and cues to action

Prevention, promotion, and maintenance interventions

Question 14 of 52 While noncompliance frequently has a negative connotation, it can also be viewed as a: (Points : 5)

resilient response or defensive coping

mechanism motivational factor

self-regulatory factor

a communication feedback loop