5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Intuitive thought is to _______ as symbolic function is to ______.
- Which of the following is an example of bilingual education in a U.S. school?
- To remember that Madison is the capital of Wisconsin, Greg thinks about a cupcake (because Dolly Madison is a cupcake company) with a slice of cheese on top (because Wisconsin is the cheese state). This is an example of using _______ to improve memory.
- The type of thinking that produces many answers to the same question is called:
- Children who are bullied have increased feelings of:
- a Maria's first language is Spanish, so she has a teacher who speaks Spanish during some of her classes until Maria can learn more English.
- b all of these.
- c reasoning; mental representation
- d mental imagery
- e divergent thinking.
5 Multiple choice questions
- emotion-dismissing parent.
- "It's still the same amount of juice—you can tell by just pouring it back."
- Practical teaching should begin toward the upper limit of the zone of proximal development (ZPD).
5 True/False questions
Mimi looks at her mother and says, "Grandma can't be your mother, because she is my grandmother." Mimi does not yet understand: → it advances the child's cognitive development.
Tiesha's behavior is controlled by external rewards and punishments reflecting which level of Lawrence Kohlberg's theory of moral development? → emotional support and social approval
Three-year-olds scribble all over the page, but 4-year-olds can make more precise drawings that adults can understand. This is because 4-year-olds have more highly developed: → maintaining attention to tasks.
How would an 8-year-old child most likely describe herself? → conforming.
In a famous study, Chi (1978) found that 10-year-old children who knew a lot about chess remembered chessboard positions better than adults who did not play much chess. Evidently, these 10-year-old chess experts could do this because they: → controversial.