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Imagine it’s your first day at college. What kind of information did you refer to in your “school schema” and how did this information help you to know how to behave?

Were there any situations where you used your “school schema” and behaved in the “wrong” way for college?

What’s happened to your “school schema” as a result of these mistakes?
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Imagine it’s your first day at college. What kind of information did you refer to in your “school schema” and how did this information help you to know how to behave?

Were there any situations where you used your “school schema” and behaved in the “wrong” way for college?

What’s happened to your “school schema” as a result of these mistakes?
What have you thought of so far?
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What have you thought of so far?
I feel like if I have an example I can adapt it to how I was like on my first day

The questions are bit confusing
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I feel like if I have an example I can adapt it to how I was like on my first day

The questions are bit confusing
Do you know what a schema is?
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Do you know what a schema is?
yes
it is like our mental representation that is derived from our knowledge and experience
it can help us recall info
visual illlusion
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yes
it is like our mental representation that is derived from our knowledge and experience
it can help us recall info
visual illlusion
Yes, a schema is a cognitive framework or concept that helps organise and interpret information. Our schema helps us form expectations of how to behave in a scenario. We have a schema for everything, e.g. going to school, going to the shops, going to a restaurant etc.

For the first question:
Imagine it’s your first day at college. What kind of information did you refer to in your “school schema” and how did this information help you to know how to behave?

This question is asking you to think about how you usually behave in school and what you are expected to do. The ideas you think of form your 'schema of school'. You must use this knowledge to assume what college life will be like. Does that help? Once, you have done this part, I will help you with the next question.
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Yes, a schema is a cognitive framework or concept that helps organise and interpret information. Our schema helps us form expectations of how to behave in a scenario. We have a schema for everything, e.g. going to school, going to the shops, going to a restaurant etc.

For the first question:
Imagine it’s your first day at college. What kind of information did you refer to in your “school schema” and how did this information help you to know how to behave?

This question is asking you to think about how you usually behave in school and what you are expected to do. The ideas you think of form your 'schema of school'. You must use this knowledge to assume what college life will be like. Does that help? Once, you have done this part, I will help you with the next question.
since its first day, you would expect to be on time and present yourself nice, be prepared to answer questions. behave politely
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since its first day, you would expect to be on time and present yourself nice, be prepared to answer questions. behave politely
Yes. So this is how you would behave in college as well.

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Were there any situations where you used your “school schema” and behaved in the “wrong” way for college?

Here, you could talk about more independence in college than school?


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What’s happened to your “school schema” as a result of these mistakes?

I think this question is pretty straightforward. Will your schema stay the same or will it change?
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Yes. So this is how you would behave in college as well.

For the second question:
Were there any situations where you used your “school schema” and behaved in the “wrong” way for college?

Here, you could talk about more independence in college than school?


For the third question:
What’s happened to your “school schema” as a result of these mistakes?

I think this question is pretty straightforward. Will your schema stay the same or will it change?
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What have you thought of so far?
Can you give me an example please
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Can you give me an example please
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Yes, a schema is a cognitive framework or concept that helps organise and interpret information. Our schema helps us form expectations of how to behave in a scenario. We have a schema for everything, e.g. going to school, going to the shops, going to a restaurant etc.

For the first question:
Imagine it’s your first day at college. What kind of information did you refer to in your “school schema” and how did this information help you to know how to behave?

This question is asking you to think about how you usually behave in school and what you are expected to do. The ideas you think of form your 'schema of school'. You must use this knowledge to assume what college life will be like. Does that help? Once, you have done this part, I will help you with the next question.
We went over schema’s here.
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We went over schema’s here.
Can you give me an example using one of these pleaseee: calling teacher miss or mr, tables and chairs, obeying teacher
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Can you give me an example using one of these pleaseee: calling teacher miss or mr, tables and chairs, obeying teacher
I can help you with one of them. When a teacher asks us to do something, we have a schema for our response to the teacher. The schema is obeying the teacher.
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I can help you with one of them. When a teacher asks us to do something, we have a schema for our response to the teacher. The schema is obeying the teacher.
thankyouuu

For this one: Were there any situations where you used your “school schema” and behaved in the “wrong” way for college?

What sort of things could I say
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thankyouuu

For this one: Were there any situations where you used your “school schema” and behaved in the “wrong” way for college?

What sort of things could I say
What is different between school and college?
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What is different between school and college?
uniform at schools + your choice of clothes at college
you get to choose your lessons at college
lesson durations are different/long
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uniform at schools + your choice of clothes at college
you get to choose your lessons at college
lesson durations are different/long
Yes, therefore, your schema of clothing and lessons will change.
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Yes, therefore, your schema of clothing and lessons will change.
what does it mean by 'behaved in the “wrong” way for college?'
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what does it mean by 'behaved in the “wrong” way for college?'
Your schema for school is to wear a uniform. You might use this pre-existing schema and you need to wear a uniform to college. In this case, your schema would be wrong because there is no uniform for college. You, therefore, have behaved in the wrong way.
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Your schema for school is to wear a uniform. You might use this pre-existing schema and you need to wear a uniform to college. In this case, your schema would be wrong because there is no uniform for college. You, therefore, have behaved in the wrong way.
What’s happened to your “school schema” as a result of these mistakes?

As a result of this mistake I was wrong. (but in reality I didnt go into college wearing a uniform, so how would that be a mistake)
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