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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Children with disabilities especially benefit from this type of instruction.
  2. This technique is a way to take notes through pictures as an association elaborative rehearsal technique
  3. The Advance Organizer was developed by...
  4. People are generally more likely to be __________confident about what they know rather than ________confident.
  5. Techniques for Elaborative Rehearsal; this technique is where you use "chunking" by charts, organizers, color, mind maps, order of presentation, introduction/summaries/key ideas
  1. a David Ausubel
  2. b over/under (with regards to studying this means that people need to learn and re-learn things because they often think they know more than they do).
  3. c Picture Noting
  4. d Direct Instruction
  5. e organization

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Consequences (reinforcement and punishment), schedules and reinforcement, extinction, generalization, discrimination, spontaneous recovery, (and) shaping.
  2. Create a New Direct Analogy (Found animals that were both dependable and changing; butterfly, chameleon, dog, baby kangaroo, bird, mosquito)
  3. Students Generate Examples (RACECAR is a palindrome!)
  4. Intermittent
  5. Describe Personal Analogies (when we took the specific vehicle of the Magic School Bus and thought of how it would be to be the magic school bus)

5 True/False questions

  1. This theorist of psychology would have been a fan of constructivismDiscrepant Event


  2. Responding similarly to similar stimuli, if boat has a long "o" sound, coat also probably has a long "o" sound.Generalization


  3. Techniques for Elaborative Rehearsal; this technique is where you associate things to information using, pictures, picture noting (visuals/examples), color, songs, storiesassociation


  4. The third step of the inquiry process is...Teacher Categorizes ideas (What have we found out objects, events, conditions)


  5. Schedule of Reinforcement; (Intermittent) Reinforcement after a pre-determined, time intervalIntermittent