Jonas knows that animals with fur, pointy ears, a tail, four legs, and that say "woof" are called "dogs." he saw a new animal and thought it was a dog until it "meowed." jonas' parents said this was a "cat." jonas could now distinguish between dog and cat depending on the sound the animal made. this revision of jonas' schema of a "dog" best illustrates:
It is the term which is used to describe the situations and the scenario when a new and nascent information or new experiences cause an individual to modify the existing schemes of the individual. It was developed by psychologist, Jean Piaget. It states that rather than making the new experiences or the information fit into the developed and the existing schemes, the individual change the scheme so that in order to accommodate these new experiences and information.
In the given case study, This revision of Jonas' schema of a "dog" BEST illustrates accommodation.
Explanation: "Accommodation is a term developed by psychologist Jean Piaget to describe what occurs when new information or experiences cause you to modify your existing schema." (Provided by study.com)
Jonas was told that an animal with fur is a dog so when he sees the cat for the first time, the first thing that comes to mind is a dog however when the cat makes a "meowed"sound , based on sound differences he could see this wasn't a dog and his parents told him that this is a cat.
Now he has to modify his schema to accommodate this new information
A schema is an organized knowlegde restored in our memory, the organization of information is crucial to understand and make sense of the world around us.
This is what accomodation is , we don't alter our schema but we modify it so that we can accommodate the new Information that we have learnt
I think its B
A has no 'sound'
C has no 'sound'
D is personification
meow meow meow, IM A CAT MEOW MEOW
jonas has not gone to school and is probably a baby learn jonas LEARN!