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0 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Exam One

Como Piensan Los Niños de Preescolar

Semana 6

Niñez Temprano (age 2-6)
Patrones tipicos de pensamiento in preschool years
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Mexcla de la lógica sólida y pensamiento mágica Insight and ignorance The reasoned and the unreasonable A patchwork of competence and incompetence

La Tarea con Play-Doh …
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l l luna tarea Piagetiana una ventana en la mente del niño de preescolar una tarea de “conservación” “falta conservar” como saben ustedes que es la misma cantidad?

Los dos trozos son los mismos por que...
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nada es añado o separado es el mismo trozo esta mas largo, pero esta mas delgado ustedes me vieron aplastarlo y aplastarlo no cambiar la cantidad podemos hacerlo como bola otra vezUstedes entienden:
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constancia de identidad todavia es el mismo ‘same’ play-doh realidad v. apariencia l parece diferente, pero en realidad es el mismo decentrar l cambian el ancho y el largo los dos reversibilidad l la transformación se puede invertido Le niño preescolar no puede entender estas cosas
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video: falta conservar

video: failure to conserve

Conservacióndel Numero

Children below the age of 6 or 7 rarely display conservation of number, and will say that the elongated row has more.

BBC NEWS | Health | Glass shape 'affects drink size'

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Glass shape 'affects drink size'
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People are more likely topour extra alcohol into short, wide glasses than tall, narrow glasses, a study says. The US researchers from Cornell University asked 198 students and 86 bartenders to pour a shot of alcohol.

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Whisky was one of the drinks people were asked to pour

They found students poured 30% more into the short glasses, while bar workers faired only slightly better at 20%, the British Medical Journal said. The groups poured more than a standard shot measure into both types of glasses. Students also said they thought the tall glasses held more,suggesting they were trying to compensate for size when pouring into the short, wide glasses. The people participating in the study were asked to pour four different types of drinks vodka tonic, rum and cola, whisky and gin and tonic.
The real problem is that people just do not known what constitutes a unit of alcohol Moira Plant, professor of alcohol studies

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La cuenta de Piaget sobre el pensamiento en niñez temprano

Practise led students to pour less into tall glasses, but did not affect theamount put in the short ones, while bar staff poured less in each. Lead researcher Brian Wansink said the findings suggested people should think more carefully about the measures they pour and it might be useful to mark on glasses to signify what equates to a shot. And he added: "If short tumblers lead even bartenders to pour more alcohol than tall highball glasses the way to better control...
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