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Is this an example of a structured,or an unstructured, or a child-initiated activity?

Mrs. Bates watched David work a puzzle
that he had chosen from the ones she
put on the table. She listened and commented when David made guesses at
the correct location for the pieces.

Is it an unstructured activity?
Thanks for helping

  • Elem. Ed. - ,

    It seems to me that a structured activity is one that the teacher directs -- such as a group project or discussion. But that didn't happen here. The child chose to work on the jigsaw puzzle. Therefore, it must be a child-initiated activity.

  • Elem. Ed. - ,

    Flannel board stories encourage the language arts skill of __________ more than other skills.

    A. listening

    B. writing

    C. speaking

    D. reading

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