Exam2ReviewFINAL - Multimedia Projects Small Groups(~3...

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    Multimedia Projects Small Groups (~3 people) Topic should be  interesting to you! Goal: Create an electronic resource to be uploaded to [email protected] Ex. Powerpoint, movie, rap, skits, etc. Due  May 1st Will present to class in last discussion Be creative and have fun!
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    Exam #2 Review Exam #2 Tues, April 14th No discussion next Mon, April 13th
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    physiological responses subjective feelings cognitions related to those feelings the desire to take action List three characteristics of emotions.
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    Mrs. Jones, who teaches 3 rd  graders, is arguing with  Principal Smith about how to organize her classroom.   “Principal Smith,” she says, “I really think that when we  do group work, children of the same ability should be  placed together so that no one is ahead of anyone else”.   Principal Smith argues back, “but children learn better if  there are different ability levels within each group!”  Mrs.  Jones wants to run the classroom according to the views  of ___________ while Principal Smith sides more with  the ideas of ___________ Piaget Vygotsky
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    According to the study by Newport that looked at  the ASL proficiency of deaf adults showed that  language proficiency is primarily a function of:  a. length of exposure to the language b. frequency of use of the language c. age of exposure to the language d. both a and c e. both b and c f.  all of the above
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    The Zone of Proximal Development is the area  where students may solve a problem a. By themselves b. With no disequilibrium  c. With support d. Without frustration
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    Nativist/Nature: Darwin: Human and animals same facial expressions Ekman: Cross-cultural research in Papua New Guinea--happiness, anger, sadness, and disgust Blind vs. Sighted Athletes--same body language for pride and shame Emotions present at birth?--Izard study Give two pieces of evidence supporting the Nativist theory of  emotion development.
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    Sally decided to join a knitting club at school, but she  had a lot of trouble learning how to knit because the  club leaders were using a lot of terms she did not  understand.  She couldn’t figure out what to do because  she couldn’t understand the instructions!  According to  Vygotsky, Sally is having a hard time because, for her,  this learning environment lacks a. Egocentric speech b. A zone of proximal development c. Intersubjectivity d. Cultural Tools
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    1. Easy (40%): Predictable, positive, adaptable 2. Difficult (10%): Active, irritable, unpredictable 3. Slow-to-warm-up (15%): inactive, moody, slow to adapt 4. Other (35%) According to Thomas and Chess, there are three  types of temperament. What are they?
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