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Typically, the first step in the development of prejudice is
 
  a. awareness.
  b. identification.
  c. instruction.
  d. modeling.

Question 2

Children identify most with models who are
 
  a. weak.
  b. powerful and admirable.
  c. distant and unknown.
  d. absent.

Question 3

According to Aboud (1988), young childrens prejudicial attitudes are due to
 
  a. cognitive immaturity.
  b. the desire to hurt others.
  c. preschool curricula.
  d. none of these.

Question 4

DeJohn has started forming attitudes about different cultural groups. DeJohn is about how many years old?
 
  a. 2 years
  b. 4 years
  c. 5 years
  d. 7 years

Question 5

The awareness that cultural differences exist is which phase in the development of cultural attitudes?
 
  a. Phase I
  b. Phase I
  c. Phase III
  d. Phase V

Question 6

Besides making cheating difficult and having severe consequences for cheating, what are TWO things that teachers can do to reduce cheating?
 
  What will be an ideal response?

Question 7

The development of attitudes is influenced by
 
  a. age.
  b. cognitive development.
  c. social experiences.
  d. all of these.

Question 8

Name three of the four components of morality?
 
  What will be an ideal response?
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Ans. to #1

ANSWER:
a

Ans. to #2

ANSWER:
b

Ans. to #3

ANSWER:
a

Ans. to #4

ANSWER:
d

Ans. to #5

ANSWER:
a

Ans. to #6

ANSWER:
1. Challenge the belief that everyone does it.
2. Be a role model of honesty
3. Develop a warm, mutually respectful relationship with students.
4. Care about student learning.
5. Avoid negative competition.
6. Be fair, for example, by making sure that material on tests was taught.

Ans. to #7

ANSWER:
d

Ans. to #8

ANSWER: awareness that morals are involved in a situation (seeing the situation as being moral in nature); ability to judge which action is morally right; desire to do what is morally right (give priority to moral values); strength of character to act (having the integrity, courage, and skill to act)
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