Lev Kuleshov

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  • What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Ainsworth Theory Of Child Development

    To make final Each theory that is presented on the topic of child development has their advantages and disadvantages. My parenting philosophy is to be encouraging and supportive then again not to be overbearing and overly protecting of the child. I require the child to feel attached to me and have a virtuous bonding, however I also entail him to feel secure enough to explore and be independent as I believe this is an essential life skill for every child to develop early on. Over…

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  • The Lost Pearl By Lara Zuberi

    Data Analysis: Nature of intelligence in one’s personality and Reality as a dynamic force of constant amendments in The Lost Pearl by Lara Zuberi Cognitive development is the construction of intellectual aptitude including identification, investigation, exposition, sensitivity and judgment, from childhood through adolescence to adulthood. Nature of intelligence mainly involves the intellectual practicalities, psychological sequences (thoughts), and eminences of intelligent entities. An…

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  • Talk In English Language

    In this assignment, the contribution of talk will be looked at in three main areas; drama, reciprocal reading and questioning. Linking talk to how it helps children’s understanding of texts. A text is defined as meaningful phrases of language that is either written or spoken (Halliday, 1985). The national curriculum shows a variety of oral activities that can be used in the classroom, which includes persuading, drama, explaining, storytelling, and discussion (Grigg, 2010). These examples set in…

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  • The Effects Of Biological, Psychological And Sociocultural Forces On Psychological Development

    When considering an individual to display the effects of biological, psychological and sociocultural forces on psychological development, I can think no further than my own mother; with a dynamic personal history showcasing the aspects of political conflict, ethnicity, religion, occupation among many others, I have seen numerous psychological theories presented within the context of her life. At the age of 62, she is currently in her middle to late adulthood, and is working as a physician in her…

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  • The Importance Of Meaning-Based Strategies

    Reading and writing are intertwined (Language and Literacy Course, Spring 2016). It is important that a clinician does not separate the two in therapy. Thus, my ideal therapy will focus and build on each other regarding the reading and writing portion. My ideal intervention programs will focus on meaning-based strategies in both reading and writing. Meaning-based strategies contrasting, recurrent, embedded, active, and meaningful (CREAM). Meaning that emphasis will be on the actual…

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  • Vygotsky's Socio-Cultural Theory Underpins Learning And Development

    Introduction This report argues how Vygotsky’s socio-cultural theory underpins education principles and practices, and student’s learning and development, informed by scholarly material, and observations of practices, formulated from observing a lower primary class. Vygotsky’s socio-cultural theory illustrates the power of language, culture and social interactions with more knowledgeable others, to generate critical thinking. As according to Vygotsky, the major influence on child’s learning and…

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  • Contrast Piaget And Vygotsky

    Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky are two of the most recognized psychologists known to man. These men developed theories that addressed the way people think and the way that children in a classroom learn. College students learn early on in their field of study of Piaget and Vygotsky and their attributes to education. Piaget believed that cognitive development was comprehensive, while Vygotsky did not agree with him. Vygotsky thought of cognitive development rather how a child learns and develops…

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  • Vygotsky: Social Cognitive Analysis

    analyze various aspects of learning—what it is, how it is obtained, and how a teacher can facilitate it. Depending on their area of study, psychologists have different views on how learning is obtained. My personal definition of learning stems from Lev Semenovich Vygotsky’s study of Cognitive Development and his views on Constructivism. There is also a reference to Albert Bandura’s contribution to the Social Cognitive Theory. My personal definition of learning is: Learning is the combined use of…

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  • Reflection On Attachment

    After viewing the Attachment in Infancy & Toddlerhood Wikipage, it made me think about my own attachment to my mother based upon my behavior as a child described to by my parents. I displayed a very explorative and joyful demeanor when I was near them. I vaguely remember being very upset at only a few years of age upon being separated from my mother. However, I remember after a few years of age, I grew more and more acceptant of her departure while knowing I would see her again soon. I believe I…

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  • Formative And Summative Assessment

    Assessment is an essential part of teaching and learning. Assessment informs me how I teach, and how I should design or change the curriculum to meet with the students’ needs to support their learning. Assessment is also useful for me to provide the students meaningful feedbacks on their learning progress so that they know where they are and what they should do to develop their learning. Assessment can be formative and summative (Griffin, 2014). In my previous placement, I had the opportunities…

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