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Answers for “Educating Psyche” with explanations

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Question 27-30:
27. D (para 1, line 1-2) “Educating Psyche by Bernie Neville is a book which looks at radical
new approaches to learning”

28. A (para 2, line 2-4) “ the connections made in the brain through unconscious processing
(which he calls non-specific mental reactivity) are more durable than those made through
conscious processing”

29. B (para 2, last 5 lines: “than ideas we went to learn. Even if the peripheral details are a bit
exclusive, they come back readily in hypnosis or when we relive the event imaginatively,
as in psychodrama. The details of the content of the lecture, on the other hand, seem to
have gone forever”)

30. C (para 3, line 6-7) “in suggestopedia, as he called his method, consciousness is shifted
away from the curriculum to focus on something peripheral”

Question 31-36:-
31. FALSE (para 4, line 7-8 + 10-11)
7-8 “dynamics of the music. The students follow the text in their book. This is followed
by several minutes of silence”
10-11: “of this session, their attention is passive; they listen to the music but make no
attempt to learn the material”

32. FALSE (para 5, line 7-8) “to be covered, but does not „teach‟ it, Likewise the students
are instructed not to try to learn it during this introduction”

33. TRUE (para 6, first 3 lines: “Some hours after the two-part section, there is a follow-up
class at which the students are stimulated to recall the material presented. Once again the
approach is indirect. The students do”)

34. NOT GIVEN

35. NOT GIVEN

36. TRUE (para 6, line 13-15) “accessible to consciousness. Another difference from
conventional teaching is the evidence that students can regularly learn 1000 new words of
foreign language during a suggestopedia session”

Question 37-40:
37. F – ritual (para7, line 5-6) “suggestion, but none of their techniques seem to be essential
to it. Such rituals may be seen as placebos”

38. H -placebo (para7, line 5-6) “suggestion, but none of their techniques seem to be essential
to it. Such rituals may be seen as placebos”

39. K – well known (para 8, line 1-2) “while suggested has gained some notoriety
success in the teaching of modern language”

40. G – unspectacular (para 8, line 1-3) “while suggestopedia has gained some notoriety
success in the teaching of modern language, few teacher are able to emulate the
spectacular results of Lozanov and his associates

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