Tutor profile: Allison D.
Subject: Religious Studies
What are the three religions most commonly referred to as the Abrahamic religions? Why are they referred to as such?
The three Abrahamic religions are Islam, Christianity and Judaism. They are referred to as 'Abrahamic' because they all accept the revealing of God/Yahweh/Allah to Abraham.
Subject: Early Childhood Education
Jean Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development suggests that children progress through four different stages of cognitive development. Arrange the four stages in the correct order: A) Pre-operational stage B) Sensorimotor stage C) Formal operational stage D) Concrete operational stage
B) Sensorimotor stage - A) pre-operational stage - D) concrete operational stage - C) Formal operational stage Sensorimotor stage, the first stage, is typically associated with children birth to 2 years of age. This stage is characterized by knowledge acquisition from manipulating objects in their sensory environment. Pre-operational stage, children 2-7 years of age, is marked by language growth and thinking development. Children begin to think symbolically and use words and/or pictures to represent objects. Concrete operational stage, 7-11 years of age, characterizes expansion of logical thought. Their thinking continues to be very concrete but children begin to implement inductive logic. The final stage, formal operational stage, is for children 12 and up. Abstract thought emerges in this stage and children begin to use deductive logic, reasoning from general principles, to guide their cognitive thought processes.
1A) Describe the flow of blood through the heart. 1B) Which chamber of the heart is the most muscular? Why?
1A) Deoxygenated blood enters heart through inferior/superior vena cava -> Right Atrium -> Tricuspid Valve -> Right Ventricle -> Pulmonary Valve -> Pulmonary Artery -> Lungs -> Returns to heart through Pulmonary Vein -> Left Atrium -> Bicuspid/Mitral Valve -> Left Ventricle -> Aortic Valve -> Aorta -> oxygenated blood sent through rest of body 1B) Left ventricle - responsible for pumping blood furthest distance (from heart to rest of body)
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