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Thursday, July 09, 2020

STD-6 HOME LEARNING DAILY MULYANKAN TEST.

STD-6 HOME LEARNING DAILY MULYANKAN TEST.
DD GIRNAR PAR JE EKAM STUDY KARAVAVAMA AAVASHE TENI TEST MATE NI QUIZ AHI MUKVAMA AAVSHE.

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Learning in school is the acquisition of knowledge, topics, information, insights, and skills from teaching. Research into learning and memory provides teachers with essential scientific knowledge useful for understanding and improving learning in school. Schools and teachers have made significant progress in teaching complex subjects. Today, teachers teach difficult subjects, such as high school counting in high school, which were previously thought to be impossible for learners of this age. 

Even learning the performance of experts involves intensive work with teachers. See Ericsson and Charness (1994) and Ericsson, Krampe, and Tesch-Romer (1993) for discussions on expert performance.

DAY-1 :- DATE:- 15/6/2020
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DAY-2 :- DATE:- 16/6/2020
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DAY-3:- DATE:- 17/6/2020
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DAY-4:- DATE:- 18/6/2020
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DAY-5:- DATE:- 19/6/2020
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DAY-6- DATE:- 20/6/2020
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DAY- 7- DATE:- 21/6/2020
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DAY- 8- DATE:- 22/6/2020
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DAY- 9- DATE:- 23/6/2020
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DAY- 10- DATE:- 24/6/2020
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DAY- 11- DATE:- 25/6/2020
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DAY- 12- DATE:- 26/6/2020
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DAY- 13- DATE:- 27/6/2020િ
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DAY- 14- DATE:- 28/6/2020
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DAY- 15- DATE:- 29/6/2020
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DAY- 16- DATE:- 30/6/2020
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DAY- 17- DATE:- 01/07/2020
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DAY- 18- DATE:- 02/07/2020
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DAY- 19- DATE:- 03/07/2020
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DAY- 20- DATE:- 04/07/2020
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DAY- 21- DATE:- 05/07/2020
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DAY- 22- DATE:- 06/07/2020
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DAY- 23- DATE:- 07/07/2020
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DAY- 24- DATE:- 08/07/2020
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DAY- 25- DATE:- 09/07/2020
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DAY- 26- DATE:- 10/07/2020

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DAY- 27- DATE:- 11/07/2020

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DAY- 28 DATE:- 12/07/2020
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DAY- 29- DATE:- 13/07/2020

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DAY- 30- DATE:- 14/07/2020
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DAY- 31- DATE:- 15/07/2020 
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DAY- 32- DATE:- 16/07/2020
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DAY- 33- DATE:- 17/07/2020
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DAY- 34- DATE:- 18/07/2020
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DAY- 35- DATE:- 19/07/2020
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DAY- 36- DATE:- 20/07/2020
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DAY- 37- DATE:- 21/07/2020
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DAY- 38- DATE:- 22/07/2020
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DAY- 39- DATE:- 23/07/2020
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DAY- 40– DATE:- 24/07/2020
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DAY- 41- DATE:- 25/07/2020
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DAY- 42- DATE:- 26/07/2020
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DAY-43 - DATE:- 27/07/2020
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DAY-44 - DATE:- 28/07/2020
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DAY- 45- DATE:- 29/07/2020
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DAY- 46- DATE:- 30/07/2020
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DAY- 47- DATE:- 31/07/2020
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DAY- 48 - DATE:- 01/08/2020
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DAY- 51- DATE:- 04/08/2020
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DAY- 52- DATE:- 05/08/2020
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DAY- 53- DATE:- 06/08/2020
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Modern ideas of education originated from modern Greece and Rome. Ever since Socrates tried to teach a slave boy to build the Pythagorean theorem out of innate concepts instead of telling him the theorem instead of telling him the menu, teachers and researchers have studied how students acquire, memorize and use knowledge. Plato's emphasis on constructive learning is similar to the modern concept of school education, emphasizing the importance of constructing money by associating students with new concepts. Familiar thought is called schemata or experience is called memory script.


Aristotle writes that students learn information by establishing relationships or connections between new information and previously stored information or ideas stored in memory in the form of images. He believes that subjects and other abstract information are logically categorized, or classified by combining general concepts, which are organized in memory divided into species or subgroups. His conception of classically organized abstract linguistic information is equivalent to the modern understanding of the institution of cinematic memory (Kintz, 1970). Aristotle's concept of connection refers to much of modern thinking by training students to connect with new information and knowledge about how to learn, retain and enhance understanding in schools. Before using the image and verbal process.

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