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Homework Help: Early Child Ed.

Posted by Brenda on Wednesday, October 31, 2007 at 8:02pm.

Please check these questions and my answers. If I am wrong-please let me know.

1. Which one of the following
statements is an example of
the cognitive process called
categorization?

A. A child begins to as "why" about
almost anything he or she does.

B. A child's early discovery that
a four-legged creature is a
"doggie" transfers later to
applying the same label to
a horse,cow,and elephant.

C. A chld sees someone who dresses
differently than most other
children and concludes that
the other person's way of
dressing isn't appropriate.

D. A child learns that being
"different" is not desirable.



2. With growing awareness and intake
of information,a child might not
always be able to put new details
into former mental bins or concept
groups. When this occurs, a search
for___________is stimulated.

A. coherence
B. rules
C. consonance
D. definition

Here are my answers:

1. (C) A child sees someone who dresses
differently than most other
children and concludes that
the other person's way of
dressing isn't appropriate.

2. (B) rules

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