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5 Matching questions

  1. Intuitive thought is to _______ as symbolic function is to ______.
  2. Which of the following is an example of bilingual education in a U.S. school?
  3. 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.
  4. The type of thinking that produces many answers to the same question is called:
  5. Children who are bullied have increased feelings of:
  1. 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.
  2. b all of these.
  3. c reasoning; mental representation
  4. d mental imagery
  5. e divergent thinking.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 26%
  2. emotion-dismissing parent.
  3. "It's still the same amount of juiceā€”you can tell by just pouring it back."
  4. Practical teaching should begin toward the upper limit of the zone of proximal development (ZPD).
  5. salient.

5 True/False questions

  1. 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.

          

  2. 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

          

  3. 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.

          

  4. How would an 8-year-old child most likely describe herself?conforming.

          

  5. 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.