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Which Represents Your Brain And Intelligence

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Explaining the growth theory of brain/intelligence to elementary students

Explaining the growth theory of brain/intelligence to elementary students

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  • 1. Which do you think represents your brain and intelligence?
  • 2. John
    I’m so glad I studied for this test. I did much better than last time.
  • 3. Juanita
    I’m not surprised. I never do well on tests.
  • 4. Marcos
    Oh, oh, I really should have studied. I did well last time, I thought I didn’t need to study.
  • 5. Marta
    What? There is no way I could fail! I’m too smart.
  • 6. Marcos: Maybe you should have studied?
    Marta: I NEVER study, and I still get A’s. You either know it, or you don’t.
    Marcos: I don’t agree. I do much better on tests when I study for them.
  • 7. John: Maybe you should have studied?
    Juanita: What difference does it make? You either know something, or you don’t. Your just smarter!
    John: No I’m not! I flunked the last test. The only difference this time was I worked harder.
  • 8. Studying makes a difference. Working makes a difference.