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Psychology
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In Jean Piaget's Cognitive theory, what is the difference between assimilation and accommodation?

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Answer:

Assimilation is the idea that experiences are gained and interpreted to fit into, or assimilate with, old ideas. Accommodation is the idea that past experiences are reconstructed to include, or accommodate, new experiences.

World History
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Who issued the Magna Carta, and what was its purpose?

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Answer:

The Magna Carta was issued by King John of England and it established that everybody, even the king was subject to the law. It served as a practical solution to a political crisis at that time.

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Question:

Ms. Raine is teaching her students to read words such as "do, through, and goes". The most helpful strategy for identification of these words would be to directly teach what?

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Answer:

The most helpful strategy would be to directly teach students selected words as sight vocabulary because "do, through, and goes" are commonly used in the English language. They are irregular words and do not follow typical phonetic rules, therefore they should be taught as sight words.

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