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Coronavirus Pandemic: Back to School (Grade 9)

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Coronavirus Pandemic: Back to School

1. 
According to Johns Hopkins University, as of late September 2020, there have been                       total cases of COVID-19 worldwide, and over 977,000 people have died from coronavirus around the globe.
  1. fewer than 2 million
  2. almost 32 million
  3. more than 200 million
  4. about 500,000
2. 
According to Johns Hopkins University, as of late September 2020, there have been                                            total cases of COVID-19 in the U.S., and at least 202,000 people have died from coronavirus in the country.
  1. fewer than 1 million
  2. nearly 7 million
  3. more than 100 million
  4. about 300,000
3. 
New COVID-19 infections rose among students, staff and faculty in late August and early September 2020, particularly in
  1. public transit stations.
  2. sports arenas.
  3. college towns.
  4. resort areas.
4. 
In Story County, Iowa, a local outcry following a burst of new Iowa State coronavirus cases pressured the university to reverse its plans to                                                                    .
  1. hold its traditional town and gown festival
  2. welcome 25,000 football fans for its home opener
  3. open in-person classes
  4. employ students to pick corn in the College of Agriculture's fields
5. 
Why do you think that, according to data, despite the surge in cases on college campuses, there has been no uptick in deaths in college communities?



6. 
To prevent the spread of COVID-19 infections, which of these measures may be used at in-person schools?
  1. putting students in smaller classes
  2. allowing students to have gym class
  3. going completely online
  4. giving teachers extra pay
7. 
In which educational model do some students attend class in-person, while others join the class virtually from home while educators teach remote and in-person students at the same time using tools such as video conferencing?
  1. blended learning
  2. hybrid learning
  3. asynchronous learning
  4. flipped classroom
8. 
What's the difference between synchronous learning and asynchronous learning?



9. 
What is remote learning?



10. 
Due to tight education budgets, some teachers have resorted to crowdfunding for PPE. What is PPE?
  1. philosophy, politics, and economics
  2. personal protective equipment
  3. personal professional education
  4. pizza, Pepsi, eclairs

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