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  • 51.

    Identify the qualities that are important to becoming an effective or "superior" scaffolder. Prepare to apply your understanding to a scenario.

  • 52.

    A mom began to feel extremely ill at a family picnic, so her husband is driving to the hospital at 90 miles per hour, with their three twenty-something children in the car. Billy says, “Dad you can't go this fast. We might be picked up for speeding.” Josh says, “Slow down, Dad. It's crucially important, no matter what, to obey the law.” Sarah, furious, yells, “You guys are crazy! Saving mom's life is more important than any law.” Using Kohlberg's categories, what is each sibling's level of moral reasoning? (List in order.)

53. You are designing an innovative sex education course at your local high school. Based on what you know, your main priority should be to...?

  • 54.

    Teenagers who develop acting-out problems, such as delinquency, tend to be...?

  • 55.

    Read and study the discussion of successful schools. Prepare to apply your understanding to a scenario.

  • 56.

    Statistically speaking, during elementary school, should you choose Sandra or Sam to play on your Little League

Baseball team?

  • 57.

    Read and study the discussion of decoding altruism. Prepare to apply your understanding to a scenario.

  • 58.

    Identify the arguments that you could make in favor of the biological basis for gender-segregated play (and gender

roles). Prepare to apply your understanding to a scenario.

  • 59.

    Cora is discussing changes in dating over the past thirty years. What should she say?

  • 60.

    Read and study the discussion of Vygotsky's zone of proximal development. Prepare to apply your understanding to a

scenario.

  • 61.

    Read and study the discussion of socializing prosocial children. Prepare to apply your understanding to a scenario.

  • 62.

    Children who are temperamentally “at risk” are MOST likely to thrive when...?

  • 63.

    To provide a better puberty experience, school systems might...? (Read and study the discussion of minimizing puberty

distress.)

  • 64.

    Read and study the discussion of the erosion of intrinsic motivation. Prepare to apply your understanding to a scenario.

  • 65.

    Your aunt is thrilled that her teen has taken an abstinence pledge. What should you be thinking?

  • 66.

    What feeling best describes the average teenager's general worldview (or attitude about the future)?

  • 67.

    According to Vygotsky, what are the purposes of fantasy play?

  • 68.

    What makes human beings different than other species?

  • 69.

    Read and study the discussion of similarity and structured relationship stages. Prepare to apply your understanding to

a scenario.

  • 70.

    “When I'm with my parents or at school, I have to be proper and do what I'm supposed to do,” 15-year-old Jenna says. “But when I'm with my friends, we can really cut loose. Sure we do crazy things—it's part of the fun, and makes us close.” Jenna is...? (Hint: Is Jenna's behavior usual or unusual?)

  • 71.

    At what age do children typically really start initiating past-talk conversations?

72. Carlo is the most impulsive, aggressive child in kindergarten. What would be Carlo's MOST likely fate in elementary school?

73. Gangs serve what purpose?

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