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Studies in elementary schools have shown that introverted children actually crave attention, but are scared of it beyond a certain level. To effectively address this aspect of the problem, some child psychologists advise that elementary school teachers apply the “touch and go” approach to compliment introverted children; for example: bring up the achievement of such a student in front of the class, but do not give enough time to the student’s classmates to especially acknowledge the student’s presence.

In gauging the effectiveness of the “touch and go” method, as prescribed by the psychologists, which one of the following considerations needs to be evaluated?

(A) Whether besides the “touch and go” method there is a more effective method to address the special needs of an introverted student.
(B) Whether introverted children crave attention of their teachers and their classmates alike.
(C)Whether introverted elementary school children are aware of their introverted nature
(D) Whether the parents of an introverted student will appreciate the use of such methods in schools
(E) Whether because of the teacher’s praise, the classmates of the introverted student are likely to approach the student more frequently, showering the student with extra attention
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Studies in elementary schools have shown that introverted children actually crave attention, but are scared of it beyond a certain level. To effectively address this aspect of the problem, some child psychologists advise that elementary school teachers apply the “touch and go” approach to compliment introverted children; for example: bring up the achievement of such a student in front of the class, but do not give enough time to the student’s classmates to especially acknowledge the student’s presence.

In gauging the effectiveness of the “touch and go” method, as prescribed by the psychologists, which one of the following considerations needs to be evaluated?

(A) Whether besides the “touch and go” method there is a more effective method to address the special needs of an introverted student.
(B) Whether introverted children crave attention of their teachers and their classmates alike.
(C)Whether introverted elementary school children are aware of their introverted nature
(D) Whether the parents of an introverted student will appreciate the use of such methods in schools
(E) Whether because of the teacher’s praise, the classmates of the introverted student are likely to approach the student more frequently, showering the student with extra attention


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