7. Develop a quiz

Referring to the typical student problems and misunderstandings captured as a table, the teacher creates a quiz to assess the students knowledge of the stumbling blocks. Make sure that each question addresses at least one stumbling block to uncover whether the student has understood.

Simple questions address just one stumbling block. Complex (tricky) questions address more than one stumbling block. The teachers can create a different pre- and post-quiz, or use the same quiz pre- and post- intervention to assess their students’ understanding

At this point the teacher will also begin to consider an intervention.

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