Glossary of piaget preoperational
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- The advances in thought that occur in the pre operational stage
- 1. intuitive thought-the use of primitive reasoning develops
children begin to understand functionality-the concept that actions, events and outcomes are related to one another in fixed patterns
-the begin to understand the concept of identity that certain things stay the same regardless of changes
- symbolic function
- the ability to use symbols or mental representations, and nhumbers, or images to which a person has attached meaning, most evident in pretend play
- Language is also a _________.
- symbolic function
- Bye Age 6, the average child has a vocabulary of _________ words
- At age 3, sentences are often _______ and _______ and mostly ___________. Can ask and answer what and where questions.
- short and simple and mostly declarative.
- At age 4-5, sentences average _______words and may be declarative, __________, interrogative, or imperative.
- 4-5 words negative
- At age 5-7, speech has become more adult likem longer, more complicated, more conjunctions, prepositions, and articles. Use of ___________ and ________ sentences and can handle _________ parts of speech
complex sentences, and can handle all parts of speech
- By the age of 3, they are able to describe themselves in terms of ____________.
- By age 4, children begin to make ____________ about two different aspects of themselves, ___________ and social acceptance.
- *evaluative judgements
cognitive and physical competence
- begin to develop thier particular culture "the individual" Individualistic
- By the time they are __ or__, preschoolers distinguish bw members of different races andbegin to understand the significance of race in society.
- 3 or 4
- By age 4-5, children develop _________, a belief that people are permanantly males or females, depending on the fixed biological pattern
- Gender constancy
- Piaget's theory of Moral development focuses on _____________.
- the moral reasoning of children
- According to Piaget, __________ is the initial stage of moral development from age 4-7, in which rules are seen as invarients, unchangable, and beyond people's influence and control
- Heteronomous Morality
youngsters in this stage do not take intentions into account
- The next stage, according to Piaget, is the _____________ (7-10), when children become more social and learn the rules, and they play according to a shared conception of the rules.
- *incipient cooperation stage
- According to Piaget, during the autonomous cooperation stage, beginning at 10, chiildren become fully aware that game _________ can be __________ if the people who play them agree.
- rules can be modified if the people who play them agree
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