Agroupwhoformasocialunitbygeneratinguniquevaluesand

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Unformatted text preview: ntified by their interests and social status, as the well­known “popular” and “unpopular” groups reveal. a small group of about 5 to 7 peers who are friends. a group who form a social unit by generating unique values and standards of behavior and a social structure of leaders and followers. 4 . A traditional classroom [Hint] is based on the philosophy that children are passive learners who acquire information presented by teachers. involves the placement of students with learning difficulties in regular classrooms for the entire school day. is based on the philosophy that children are active agents in their own development and learn at different rates. involves the placement of students with learning difficulties in the regular classroom for part of the school day. 5 . An adolescent’s heavy commitment to after­school employment [Hint] has a positive impact on academic performance. is actually harmful. increases their positive perceptions of the world of employment after graduation. reduces...
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