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What is the naturalistic theory?
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What is gardners theory?
Gardner's Theory is also known as the theory of Multiple Intelligences. This theory deals with the 9 main ways in which people are known to learn and retain knowledge. These 9 ways of learning include musical, logical, verbal, visual, bodily, interpersonal, intrapersonal, existential, and naturalistic.
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What are the differences between laboratory observation and naturalistic observation?
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What does naturalistic mean?
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How does To Build a Fire illustrate the elements of naturalistic literature?
What is naturalistic evolution?
Theistic evolution is the idea that God intervenes to guide the course of evolution. Naturalistic evolution makes no mention of God. Naturalistic evolution is the idea that evolution is a normal result of natural processeses. Naturalistic evolution is compatible with both atheism, and compatible with the idea of a God that can set in motion self-sufficient processes that work without any need for ongoing intervention.
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What conventions make a naturalistic performance?
All naturalistic performances have scenes that flow smoothly so that it is easy to follow what's happening in the performance/show. Also that when you are a character in a naturalistic performance, you have to stay that character. You can't use character transformation to change into someone or something else. One thing that you can definitely not use is gibberish because in naturalistic drama, you have to speak normally. Another thing that you definitely can't use is exaggerated movement. This is because is naturalistic drama, you have to move the same as you normally would. You don't use slow motion in naturalistic drama because it doesn't come natural to people. LT
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What is realistic and naturalistic painting?
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Is naturalistic observation the most vulnerable to the effects of wording?
What is the meanning of naturalistic learning style?
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What is naturalistic drama?
good question! Naturalistic drama is drama which replicates real life and shows the realistic version of it. Stanislavski developed naturalistic acting, as he wanted his actors to become emotionally and psychologically involved with their roles, in order to create a convincing, realistic performance. When preparing for some naturalistic dramas, actors often spend lengthy periods of time trying to 'live' the role they are playing, in order to create a convincing performance on stage.