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Unformatted text preview: Wording These lines are parallel. 2 These lines are parallel. 3 These lines are parallel. 4 These lines are not parallel. 5 These lines are not parallel. 6 Are these lines are parallel? 7 Are these lines are parallel? 8 Are these lines are parallel? 9 10 11 Are these lines are parallel? Draw a line parallel to this one. Which sides of this figure are parallel 60 Figure 8.4. Sample of a Derived Schema for Distribution Systems WARPS (Distribution Systems) WhatActivators- What is distributed and what is its source? What is the moving force of the distribution system? Routing- What is the nature of the routes of distribution? What is the nature of storage? How is distribution controlled Problems- What are the potential obstacles to distribution? Systems- What other systems affect or are affected by distribution? Electric Circuits Water Distribution Systems What: Electrons from chemical What: Water from rivers, lakes reactions or machines and wells. Activators: Electric potential, Activators: Water pressure the difference between the number of caused by pumps or differences in electrons at two points. elevation (gravity) Routing: Electrons travel on Routing: Water flows through metal wires, may be stored in batteries canals, aqueducts or pipes made of or capacitors. Distribution is controlled various materials. It may be stored in by switches. tanks of reservoirs. Distribution is by Problems: Shorts to ground causes electrons to drain from the system. Systems: Mining, power production facilities, manufacturing electric appliances, society and ecosystems. valves. Problems: Leaks may cause water to drain from the system. Systems: Ecosystems, social institutions, manufacturing and society 61 Figure 8.5. The Effects of Conceptual Knowledge on Dart Throwing Performance. INITIAL CONDITION Light refracted (bent) when it leaves the water Water Level Apparent Position of the Target Actual Position of the Target In the initial condition the light is bent as it exits the water, making the target appear in a different position. With practice learners can learn to hit the target, by adjusting their throws. SECOND CONDITION Light refracted (bent) when it leaves the water In the second condition, the water level is changed causing the target to appear in a new position. Learners must readjust their throws. Water Level Apparent Position of the Target Actual Position of the Target Learners who had been taught about refraction were able to correct their throws to the second condition more quickly than those learners who had not received the refraction lesson. 62 Figure 8.6 The effects of surface and structural similarity on Transfer Does the situation share surface similarity with those previously experienced? NO YES Likelihood of recalling previous experience is high. Responses to recalled situations likely to be effective Near (Positive) Transfer YES Does the situation recalled share structural similarity with the current situation? NO Responses to recalled situations not l...
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