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difference between formal and informal creative activit
Weegy: In economic terms, the difference between formal and informal sectors is a thing of regulation. [ [ The formal economy includes reported payroll items, income taxes, employee taxes, and any other official economic factors that come with a set system of regulations. The formal sector is an increasingly complex system of economics that historically grew out of the informal sector. The informal sector refers to parts of the economy that are not taxed, regulated, monitored, or included in the gross national product. In this article, the chief differences between the two are discussed briefly.Often called "working under the table," jobs in the informal sector are not reported, and so, more often than not, are not taxed or even monitored. Such jobs are paid in cash, and are usually less secure or stable because they are not protected by government regulation of any kind. The informal sector also includes the "black market," which involves the unregulated trade of goods and services, which includes contraband. An example of this type of commerce is the buying and selling of Cuban cigars; because of the trade embargo, it is illegal to take part in this type of busines trade, however, the demand for authentic Cuban cigars has created a market where a buyer is willing to pay an exorbitant amount for them; the problem of lax regulation exists in that there is absolutely no guarantee that what the person is buying is actually an authentic product. Though difficult to measure or define, the informal sector is an important element in the functioning of any country. Many developing countries have economies much more heavily based in the informal sector simply because regulations, firms, taxes, and other such structures are not yet established. Governments tend to strive toward formalization for the sake of efficient international interaction, however the process is complicated and long-term. ] ] (More)
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Weegy: Formal creative activities are what you do for and with other people, for example: drama groups, music groups, art classes, creative writing groups, discussion/debating groups, fashion design classes, [ architectural design/drawing. Informal creative activities are what you do by yourself, for your self, for example: creative thinking, cooking, baking, flower arranging, decorating, compute gaming ] (More)
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Weegy: Formal creative activities are what you do for and with other people, for example: drama groups, music groups, art classes, creative writing groups, discussion/debating groups, fashion design classes, [ architectural design/drawing. Informal creative activities are what you do by yourself, for your self, for example: creative thinking, cooking, baking, flower arranging, decorating, compute gaming ] User: informal creativty Weegy: I see this one as formal being regulated and with specific aims, briefs, guidelines and rules. i.e. taught classes and sessions. [ In practice I see this as adult led or planned activities with a common outcome or goal. Informal I see as subject to an individual's interpretation and own personal preferences. Fir example, give children the same ingredients to cook with and they are unlikely to use them in the same ways and flower arranging, how many arrangements are identical when made by different people ( a child or young person may prefer cutting stems shorter and arranging in a basket whereas another may prefer to arrange using longer stems in a taller vessel. So I think the difference is that one is limited in outcome and potential and has the potential to be unique and subject to individual creativity. ] ] (More)
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how and why variations occur in rate and sequence of development and learning
Weegy: Human development research indicates that relatively stable, predictable sequences of growth and change occur in children during the first nine years of life (Piaget 1952; Erikson 1963; Dyson & Genishi 1993; Gallahue 1993; Case & Okamoto 1996). [ Predictable changes occur in all domains of development - physical, emotional, social, language, and cognitive - although the ways that these changes are manifest and the meaning attached to them may vary in different cultural contexts. Knowledge of typical development of children within the age span served by the program provides a general framework to guide how teachers prepare the learning environment and plan realistic curriculum goals and objectives and appropriate experiences. ............ Individual variation has at least two dimensions: the inevitable variability around the average or normative course of development and the uniqueness of each person as an individual (Sroufe, Cooper, & DeHart 1992). Each child is a unique person with an individual pattern and timing of growth, as well as individual personality, temperament, learning style, and experiential and family background. All children have their own strengths, needs, and interests; for some children, special learning and developmental needs or abilities are identified. Given the enormous variation among children of the same chronological age, a child's age must be recognized as only a crude index of developmental maturity. ........... ] (More)
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how and why variations occur in rate and sequence of development and learning
Weegy: Development occurs in a relatively orderly sequence with later abilities, skills and knowledge building on those already acquired. [ Knowledge of typical development of children within the age span served by a church's children's ministry program provides a general framework to guide the design of the learning environment, realistic curriculum goals, and creating appropriate learning experiences. Development proceeds at varying rates from child to child as well as unevenly within different areas of each child's functioning. Each child is a unique person with an individual pattern of growth, as well as individual learning style. Development proceeds in predictable directions toward greater complexity, organization and internalization. Learning during early childhood proceeds from behavioral knowledge to symbolic or representational knowledge. Children are active learners drawing on direct physical and social experience, as well as culturally transmitted knowledge, to construct their own understandings of the world around them. Children contribute to their own development as they strive to make meaning out of their daily experiences in the home, in church and in the community. Children develop and learn best in the context of a community where they are safe and valued, their physical needs are met and they feel psychologically secure. ] User: how and why variations occur in rate and sequence of development and learning Weegy: The most reasonable answer to that is the growth of the human body itself, especially the brain. The capacity of each individual is different and depends on their lifestyle. (More)
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