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S11_TE150_StudyGuide_Exam1 - Exam 1 Study Guide TE 150 Exam...

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Exam 1 Study Guide 1 TE 150 – Exam 1 Study Guide Unit 1: Learning Often Involves Some Basic Mechanisms Exam #1 consists of matching, short answer, and essay questions based on the six lessons covered in Unit 1. This study guide is organized in the following order. First , a sample of the kind/type of matching questions you might see on the exam is provided. Second , the key ideas that you are minimally expected to know and understand are listed by lesson. The emphasis of the exam will be on the application of these key ideas, including recognizing, identifying, and explaining these core concepts given real-life scenarios. You also will want to review your class notes and reading questions. Third , some sample questions are also provided at the end of each lesson as examples of the “type/kind” of questions you might see on the exam. In addition, some sample answers are provided to illustrate the kinds/types of answers that would be appropriate. Although the answers below are “listed” in bulleted form for brevity sake, on the exam all answers are expected to be written using clear and coherent sentences and paragraphs. Short answer and essay questions will be similar in format to the questions below. Note : This review guide is more detailed than subsequent study guides will be because you haven't taken a TE 150 test yet and hopefully this will help to acclimate you to the kind of questions that you're going to see. SAMPLE OF THE “TYPE/KIND” OF MATCHING QUESTIONS (Select the answer for the best match) _____ A. Analogical Reasoning 1. Peter gets very excited and waves his hand frantically in the air whenever he knows the answer to a teacher’s question. During the first day of class, second-grader Peter enthusiastically waves his hand to answer a question in Ms. Arnold’s class and she impatiently and sternly tells him to put his arm down. Peter never raises his hand again in Ms. Arnold’s class. _____ B. Disequilibrium 2. All of city Susie’s teachers have been women in their twenties. When she talks with her cousin on the telephone one day, she is surprised to find out that her rural cousin’s teacher is a woman as old as their grandmother.
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Exam 1 Study Guide 2 _____ C. Assimilation 3. A child, Jenny, believes that when all of a liquid is poured from a thin tall container into a shorter wider one, the thin taller container had more liquid than the shorter wider one. When asked where the extra liquid from the taller container went when it was poured into the shorter one, Jenny is puzzled. _____ D. Conditioning 4. Irene knows how to count to 10. She counts the coins she has in her pocket (2 quarters, 5 dimes, and 3 nickels) and says, “I have 10 cents.” _____ E. Motivation 5. A seven-year old believes that all long, thin, slithery creatures are snakes. One day in her backyard, she discovers a long, thin, slithery creature with four legs. After talking to some grown ups about this discovery, she modifies her understanding so that now she believes there are snakes and salamanders.
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