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Developing Young Minds: Exploring Physical Skills, Cultural Phenomena, and the Power of Stories

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Question: Question 7 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Identify a word that best describes a physical skill where children display the ability to climb trees and crawl under tyres as evidence of spatial awareness and body control. Select one: 1. Dexterity 2.  Flexibility 3. Agility 4. Coordination Clear my choice Question 8 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Choose the correct option below to complete this sentence:  Fonsen, Aronen and Riekkola (2016) states that in Finland……….is understood as a contextual and cultural phenomenon. Select one: 1.   Pedagogical leadership 2. The reflective teacher 3.   The teacher as an assessor 4. The teacher as an evaluator Clear my choice Question 9 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text What type of books plays a special role in assisting children to follow events, interpret pictures and engage with repetitive words in the text? Select one: 1. Picture books 2. Comic books 3. Story books 4. Reference books Clear my choice Question 10 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Which statement best describes the significance of story reading? Select one: 1.  Cognitive development 2. Vocabulary development 3. Motor skills development 4. Phonemic awareness Clear my choice Question 11 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text In the context of the teacher introducing a new word to children, what educational concept does this scenario exemplify? Select one: 1. Scaffolding 2. Cognitive dissonance 3. Zone of proximal development 4. Associative learning

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For Question 7, the best word to describe a physical skill where children display the ability to climb trees and crawl under tires as evidence of spatial awareness and body control would be "Agility". For Question 8, without specific context on Fonsen, Aronen and Riekkola's 2016 study, it may be challenging to determine the right answer from the given choices. Generally, "Pedagogical Leadership" could be a focus for Finnish education considering the emphasis on teacher's role in educational leadership in Finland. But it's always best to review the study mentioned to ensure that you choose the correct option. For Question 9, "Picture Books" plays a special role in assisting children to follow events, interpret pictures and engage with repetitive words in the text. For Question 10, story reading plays a significant role in all of the mentioned options as it supports cognitive, vocabulary, motor skills development and phonemic awareness. But if you have to choose one, "Vocabulary development" can be the most immediate and obvious benefit from story reading. For Question 11, the education concept that the scenario exemplifies where a teacher introduces a new word to children is "Scaffolding". This is because introducing new words and helping children to understand them incorporates elements of support from an educator to extend a child’s learning and skills.

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Feb. 8, 2024, 11:42 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, February 8, 2024

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