Pre Primary Course Phase 1,2,3 Answer

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Assignment 1 1. Match the following: a) Sensori-motor stage | a) Swiss psychologist | b) Concrete –operational stage | b) from birth to 24 months | c) Pre- operational stage | c) from 2-7years | d) Jacques Mehler | d) from 7 – 11 years | e) Jean Piaget | e) cognitive neuroscientist | Answers:- (a – c ) , (b - d), (c – b), (d – e) , (e – a) 2. Fill in the blanks: a) Babies from __________develop early learning advantage skills but this may not automatically mean that they will have __________later on in their lives. b) Each group of bilingual and monolingual learners had to look at screens in anticipation of Stimulation with puppets associated with sound cues with the image. c) The bilingual babies beat the Monolingual even when the sound cues changed from Nonsense syllable combinations to a structured sound cue and then a visual cue. d) The _bilingual_have an advantage in thinking that involved the so-called executive function which helps regulate abilities such as being able to start and stop actions. e) Early bilingual exposure could train the mind in a more general sense rather than just a _________________as some researchers had suggested. f) According to___________ since the bilingual babies don’t know how to speak yet, no one can attribute the knowledge of two languages to them. However, the results of the study does not deny the possibility that monolingual babies have______________ to exercise executive function. 3 . Answer the following: a ) How does the motivation factor differ in young learners and adults? Ans:- Sr No | Young learner | Adults | 1. | Extrinsically motivatedInitially young learners would go to a school or a learning environment because their parents or caregivers have sent them there. Young learners are very open to new ideas. They will learn what is taught to them by their
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