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Tutor profile: Felicia S.

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Felicia S.
Administrative Assistant at the College of Education at James Madison University
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Subject: Japanese

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What is the past affirmative of the plain form? What is the past negative of the plain form?

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Felicia S.
Answer:

た-form (ta-form) なかった-form (nakatta-form)

Subject: Psychology

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What are the 4 types of reinforcements and punishments? Which is the most effective way to teach a new behavior?

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Positive reinforcement, positive punishment, negative reinforcement, negative punishment. Positive reinforcement is the most effective way in changing behavior

Subject: Early Childhood Education

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What is the difference between an authoritative and authoritarian teaching style?

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Authoritative is usually associated with high control and high involvement with students while providing clear communications about behaviors and why said behaviors are acceptable/not acceptable. This provides a warm and inviting student-teacher relationship. Authoritarian is usually high control and low involvement that is often provides a punitive environment for students. Students have little to no say in their own management and are often not given explanations as to why. The student-teacher relationship is often seen as cold.

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