ideas. € Ability to apply knowledge in problem-solving using theory. . € Understanding relationships between verbal and non-verbal ideas. or complex analogy. processes. Abstract reasoning tasks involve skills such as: € Forming theories about the nature of objects.The ability to analyze information and solve problems on a complex. metaphor. and problem solving.Abstract reasoning Definition : . thought-based level. € Understanding subjects on a complex level through analysis and evaluation.

. € Many students with learning disabilities have weaknesses in abstract reasoning and can benefit from direct instruction in problem-solving skills. € Abstract reasoning ability is important because it enables students to apply what they learn in complex ways. € Abstract reasoning is usually assessed as part of intelligence testing.€ Abstract problems are often visual and typically do not involve social ideas.

such as blocks. children who have been exposed to toys that build abstract reasoning skills.€ They may also benefit from language therapy to help them learn to use language to understand and solve problems. abstract concepts are considered by some as less biased than language based concepts. . geometric toys. € However. tinker toys. or other building and problem solving toys may improve their abstract reasoning abilities. € In intelligence quotient (IQ) testing.

.A child who has developed good abstract reasoning skills easily uses symbols instead of concrete objects when learning new information. .

on .4 identify natural elements y content : Nature and its phenomena y Topic : photosynthesis  by using experiment. it help pupils to clearly understood the whole processes of photosynthesis  using hands-on and minds.Example: y Objective : 1.

Language problem : y Pupils may not understand such common science vocabulary ± terms. apparatus .

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