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Lesson_4_-_Analogical_Reasoning

Lesson_4_-_Analogical_Reasoning - 1 Comparisons and...

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Comparisons and Categories Continuation 1
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Discussion Questions Why do novices and young children rely more on surface features? What might happen when surface features are used for grouping? When do children need to see relational similarities in school? 2
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Take home Grouping based on similarities = BLM As people learn, similarity shifts from surface to relational Contextual shift : change in our perception of how similar things are ( degree of similarity) Relational shift : change in the type of similarity perceived between things ( type of similarity). 3
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Analogical Reasoning 4
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What we’re doing today Analogies How are we solving them What are we using to solve them Why are some harder than others Using analogies in teaching 5
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What are analogies? Analogical reasoning = BLM Complicated use of similarity Involve two things that have very little in common on the surface, yet share deeper relational or functional similarity Analogies
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