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For example, the specific words, a leak in the fuel line, tell more than the general term, mechanical defect. This can be a fun activity if students create a problem similar to the ones you have used in class and they exchange problems with a partner. The constructivist teacher, by offering appropriate tasks and opportunities for dialogue, guides the focus of students' attention, thus unobtrusively directing their learning (Bruner 1986).

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