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You are a teacher at a local school. You have a student in your class, named Sam. Sam is 7 years old. Sam is a shy girl and has one special friend who is also a student in your class. Sam arrives at school, in a cheerful mood and participates in individual class activities with enthusiasm. Lately, you notice that Sam seems quite unsettled and agitated during groupwork activities in class


1.4 Discuss the relationship between Bronfenbrenner’s ecological theory and the factors that influence intelligence.



Consider the imagery you created in your mind as you interacted with the written version of The Open Window. Describe this imagery and discuss whether it helped you understand the story. Did the imagery or imagined tone change when you listened to the audio? How?


A toy dart gun generates a dart with .140kg.m/s momentum and a velocity of 4m/s. What is the mass of the dart in grams? (hint: figure kg, then convert answer to grams)


A toy dart gun generates a dart with .140kg.m/s momentum and a velocity of 4m/s. What is the mass of the dart in grams? (hint: figure kg, then convert answer to grams)


A toy dart gun generates a dart with .140kg.m/s momentum and a velocity

   of 4m/s. What is the mass of the dart in grams? (hint: figure kg, then convert answer

   to grams)


According to which is group word ecourage ? Why does this scientist see it as important






Lynette was born with HIV and diagnosed at birth in 1990. Her chances of survival were incredibly slim. She lived in hospitals the first several years of her life. She has been on most HIV treatment regimens. She was constantly educated about HIV, but trying to understand it was so hard. Before she was eight, she lost both parents to AIDS. She had hepatitis C for a while, but it remained undiagnosed since high school. She graduated in 2009 and lived a ‘normal’ life. She went to university but always kept her status secret for fear of rejection. She even considered suicide as she felt that there was no reason to live.

3.3 According to Gouws (2019:142-143) there are a variety of factors at play a role in adolescents’ suicide. After reading the case study of Lynette above, which of these factors could possibly relate to Lynette’s inclination to commit suicide. Provide reasons for your answers. 


Lynette was born with HIV and diagnosed at birth in 1990. Her chances of survival were incredibly slim. She lived in hospitals the first several years of her life. She has been on most HIV treatment regimens. She was constantly educated about HIV, but trying to understand it was so hard. Before she was eight, she lost both parents to AIDS. She had hepatitis C for a while, but it remained undiagnosed since high school. She graduated in 2009 and lived a ‘normal’ life. She went to university but always kept her status secret for fear of rejection. She even considered suicide as she felt that there was no reason to live. (Taken from: “Avert”, 2009) 

3.1 What is the difference between HIV and AIDS?


Theories of cognitive development

4) Discuss the relationship between Bronfenbrenner’s ecological theory and the factors that influence intelligence. 


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