# Supportive Learning Environment

Scott is just beginning to learn the names for the letters of the alphabet. Which of the following would be
an example of the teacher scaffolding his learning?
A. The teacher tells Scott, "You need to learn all your letters, and then you'll be ready to read."
B. The teacher says the names of the letters as she writes down words that Scott dictates.
C. The teacher requires Scott to spend 15 minutes a day working with letter flash cards.
D. The teacher doesn't want to push Scott to learn letters before he's ready, so she takes a "hands-off" approach.

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1. Yes, B.

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Ms. Sue

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