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Impasse is a road or passage having no exit; a cul-de-sac.
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1. Which receptive learning style describes this student: Jose frequently uses mind mapping as a note-taking method. While studying, he frequently sketches out diagrams or draws charts to show how ideas relate to each other. He spends time studying the maps and diagrams in his textbooks. (Points : 2) Visual Auditory Tactile/Kinesthetic
Weegy: Jose uses Visual learning style . User: 2. Which receptive learning style describes this student: Sarah likes to record lectures and play them back during her study time. She also likes the narrated slide shows on the publisher’s Web site. (Points : 2) Visual Auditory Tactile/Kinesthetic Weegy: Sarah is an auditory type of learner. User: 3. Which receptive learning style is described by the following example: When learning new information, Makail frequently says, “Let me get my hands on that,” or “I need to get a feel of how the pieces fall into place.” (Points : 2) Visual Auditory Tactile/Kinesthetic Weegy: Tactile Learners (input) Tactile Learners: Learn by touching and manipulating objects Often learn inductively rather than deductively Tend toward pscychomotor over abstract thinking Prefer personal connections to topics Follow directions they [ have [ written themselves / that they have rehearsed Benefit from demonstrations ] ] User: 4. Learning styles are fixed, and each person can only learn in one way. (Points : 2) True False Weegy: Learning styles are fixed, and each person can only learn in one way. This is False. User: 5. You should never add your school assignments to your Weekly Timetable. (Points : 2) True False (More)
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17. One way to work effectively in small groups is to: (Points : 2) Talk a lot to get your ideas out “on the table” Use reflective feedback
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20. When evaluating problems with critical thinking, the statement “Generation X is a bunch of slackers,” is an example of: (Points : 2) A vague generality Confusing opinion with fact Jumping to conclusions Incorrect assumption of cause and effect
Weegy: Generation X?is a bunch of slackers. Well, maybe that?s not fair. But if not slackers, then cynics. We were not true believers. Part of that was due to accidents of history. [ We had seen how the baby boomers had talked a lot about revolution, peace, and freedom, and then promptly sold out and got jobs on Wall Street in the 1980?s. We also were in the midst of rising disparity between rich and poor, environmental degradation, and this feeling that any day now, the Soviets were going to drop a big old nuclear weapon on our heads and the whole thing would be over. And so, suffice it to say, my generation was not always the most optimistic. We were cynics?on account of betrayed ideals and on account of a world teetering on the brink of annihilation. We embraced a cynical humor, were big fans of irony, and adopted musical styles that were post-modern and that defied tradition. Apart from your appreciation of ironic slogans on your t-shirts, your generation is not like that at all. On balance, you tend to commit to ideals, believe in progress and the ability to work meaningful change. You don?t just talk a good game about race, class, sexuality, the environment, and other issues, you actually live out lives that reflect a commitment to the values of equality and inclusiveness. And most of all, if there is one concept that your generation embodies it is that you are what the generational psychologists call ?world changers?. You have set out to change the world itself. As proud as I am as a campus minister to work with you, deep down my Gen-X soul is tempted to say, ?Let me know how that works out for you.? ] User: 22. When the group disagrees on how to handle an assignment or task, it is best to: (Points : 2) Ignore it and make sure that your part of the work is finished Act angry and ask to be assigned to another group Try to understand and address the “real issue” Form a “sub-group” and work with the people who agree with you ... (More)
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