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Sep 19th, 2015
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MUST BE A MINIMUM OF 250+ WORDS PLUS REFERENCE FOR EACH QUESTION. EACH QUESTION IS INDEPENDENT & MUST HAVE AT LEAST 1 REFERENCE.

1. What are the primary differences in the learning process between learning to read English, learning to write grammatically in English, and describing newly learned skills using English writing? Why are these differences significant? How might these differences affect instruction?

2. In the relationship between working and long-term memory, does one depend on the other? Why or why not? Can each provide input to the other? Why or why not? What asymmetries, if any, exist in this relationship? Why? How might instruction be different if one or the other is the primary goal of an instructional process? Why?

NEED AT LEAST QUESTION #1 BY 10:00 P.M. CST SATURDAY.

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