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Adolescent and Adult Devel. Final – Flashcards 140 terms
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Which of the following factors has adolescent expert Jacquelynne Eccles identified as a problem for adolescents entering middle school or junior high school?
Teachers become more controlling at a time when young adolescents are seeking more autonomy.
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Anne is a teenager attending junior high school in Washington, D.C. Anne attends a school where all her teachers have high expectations for student conduct. If Anne is typical of students in research conducted on this subject, we may expect Anne to have ___________ compared to students in other schools.
a higher level of achievement
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A study that compared two types of junior high schools – a team-organized and a traditional school – found that adolescents?
adjusted better to the transition when the school was team-organized
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A teacher plans a trip to the theater for a junior high school class. As part of the preparation, the teacher tells students how they should dress and how they will be expected to act inside the theater. This is an example of
socialization
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Dissatisfaction with junior high schools began to increase because it was argued that
a. the developmental stage of early adolescence required a different form of education from that supplied to older adolescents
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The transition from elementary school to middle or junior high school, and the transition from high school to college:
d. have many parallels.
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One reason for the development of junior high schools was that
c. concerns arose that students were not starting college preparation early enough and earlier and more rigorous training was needed
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Junior high schools were typically comprised of grades
a. 7th to 8th
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T F 4.The concept ”junior high school” bears a coordinate relationship to ”elementary school” and a subordinate relation to ”education.”
Rachel is in junior high school. Her father drinks heavily and is frequently out of work. Her mother is very depressed and spends much of the day in front of the TV. Rachel spends as much time as she can outside of their home. Her parents’ style of parenting is ____.
Uninvolved
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