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Question 199   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to the sociocultural theory of _____ , children 's thinking develops through dialogues with more capable people .
 Answer Jean Piaget Mary Ainsworth Lev Vygotsky Diana Baumrind
Question 200   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Vygotsky , children ’s thinking develops through
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Question A   ccording to Vygotsky , children ’s thinking develops through
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Question 201   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Like Piaget , Vygotsky believed that children
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Question L   ike Piaget , Vygotsky believed that children
 Answer learn through observation and reinforcement .
 actively seek to discover new principles .
 come into the world like " blank slates " to be written upon .
 must be grown like " plants in a hot house " to full bloom .
Question 202   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Vygotsky realized that some tasks are just beyond a child 's reach . However , children receiving sensitive guidance from skilled partners could make rapid progress . Interactions like this are most helpful when they take place within a child 's
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Question 203   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Vygotsky , _____ refers to the range of tasks a child can not yet master alone but that she or he can accomplish with the guidance of a more capable partner .
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Question 204   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question According to Vygotsky , the term _____ represents a framework or temporary support that helps a child learn .
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Question 205   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question To be most effective , scaffolding
 Answer should require the child to assimilate .
 must be verbal and creative .
 must be responsive to a child ’s needs .
 should be withheld until the child asks for assistance .
Question 206   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Tanya is helping her daughter Tina with her math homework , but rather than giving her the answer , Tanya makes helpful suggestions that serve to guide Tina 's efforts . Vygotsky called this type of guidance
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Question 207   Multiple Choice 0 points Modify Remove Question Four - year - old Annie is trying to put together her first jigsaw puzzle and has a great deal of difficulty until her father gives her some hints , such as “ try putting the corners together first ” and “ that area looks like it needs pink ones , so lets find all the pink pieces . ” Annie ’s father is using the process Vygotsky called
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Question F   our - year - old Annie is trying to put together her first jigsaw puzzle and has a great deal of difficulty until her father gives her some hints , such as “ try putting the corners together first ” and “ that area looks like it needs pink ones , so lets find all the pink pieces . ” Annie ’s father is using the process Vygotsky called
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Question 200Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to Vygotsky, children’s thinking develops through Answerdialogues with more capable people. imitation and observational learning. assimilation and accommodation. the development of transductive reasoning skills.
Add Question HereQuestion 201Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionLike Piaget, Vygotsky believed that children
Add Question HereQuestion 202Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionVygotsky realized that some tasks are just beyond a child's reach. However, children receiving sensitive guidance from skilled partners could make rapid progress. Interactions like this are most helpful when they take place within a child's
Add Question HereQuestion 203Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to Vygotsky, _____ refers to the range of tasks a child cannot yet master alone but that she or he can accomplish with the guidance of a more capable partner.
Add Question HereQuestion 204Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionAccording to Vygotsky, the term _____ represents a framework or temporary support that helps a child learn. Answerdevelopment proximal opportunity scaffolding
Add Question HereQuestion 205Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionTo be most effective, scaffolding
Add Question HereQuestion 206Multiple Choice0 pointsModifyRemoveQuestionTanya is helping her daughter Tina with her math homework, but rather than giving her the answer, Tanya makes helpful suggestions that serve to guide Tina's efforts. Vygotsky called this type of guidance
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