5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- object permanence
- Guided participation
- receptive language
- a ability to understand mass and volume, different shape glasses
- b understanding that objects continue to exist when out of sight
- c sit and do learning together
- d master grammatical rules then overextend them.
- e this is what I hear and and I respond but I can't speak it all back to you.
5 Multiple choice questions
- reactivity, speed and intensity of emotional arousal, attention, and motor activity
- practice speaking alone
- allow neurons to recieve input from other neurons
- reaching, grasping, self help, dressing eating, drawing and painting
- Piaget- gains in mental representation, make believe play, symbol-real-world relations. Limitations, egocentrism, conservatism, hierarchical classification, animistic thinking.
5 True/False questions
social contagion → human interaction that expands and advances understanding, often through words that one person used to explain something to another
sensorimotor intelligence → Piaget's term for the way infants think by using their senses and motor skills during the first period of cognitive development
animism → redundant, unused, getting rid of unused
social mediation → imitative behavior involving the spread of behavior, emotions, and ideas
centration → arranging objects in sequential order according to one aspect, such as size, weight, or volume