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emilytren emilytren
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What cognitive strengths and weaknesses of elementary children should teachers keep in mind when designing lesson plans?
 
  What will be an ideal response?

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Describe the concept of inert knowledge.
 
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What are some characteristics that may reveal that an elementary school student is heading toward delinquency?
 
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Describe problem framing.
 
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Answer to #1

Children in the elementary grades reason logically but concretely. Therefore, elementary children would benefit from lesson plans that include logical concepts but would likely be confused by abstract ideas, metaphor, or allegory.

Answer to #2

Inert knowledge is the result of learning isolated facts under limited conditions. Therefore, information can be accessed only under conditions mimicking the original learning experience. The learner has trouble applying the new material to anything that was not presented in the original learning experience.

Answer to #3

Characteristics of delinquency include
a.poor parent-child relationships.
b. inability to establish close friendships with peers or adults.
c. being easily distracted.
d. low self-confidence.
e. poor grades.

Answer to #4

Problem framing is simply problem representation, or how the problem solver perceives the problem. Problem framing involves drawing upon knowledge of the subject matter and having some familiarity with different types of problems.
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