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Inquiry & Communication as the Foundation of Learning

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Small children frequently learn by _____ about the world around them.

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1. After a new experience, _____ frequently leads to questions and the need to know more.

2. A valuable part of communication that can lead to learning is _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Check your understanding of how we learn through communication with an interactive quiz that can be printed as a worksheet for review. You'll check what you know about how we learn and key ingredients that make it easier.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The intent of this quiz and worksheet is to assess your understanding of:

  • How small children learn
  • Curiosity to learn more
  • Types of communicative learning
  • Benefits of written communication

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - see if you remember how a toddler or small child learns about the world around them
  • Distinguishing difference - compare and contrast written and verbal communication for learning
  • Knowledge application - revisit what you know about why materials from all over the world are more accessible today to answer a question about it

Additional Learning

Read more about this topic in the lesson, Inquiry & Communication as the Foundation of Learning. This lesson offers a deeper look at:

  • What inquiry is
  • Defining communication
  • Different types of communication
  • How curiosity plays a part
  • Why searching for answers is more effective than having them handed to you
  • Ways communication can help in a school setting
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