Two students read the same passage yet construct entirely different interpretations of its meaning. Which of the following is true about them?

Question 

Two students read the same passage yet construct entirely different interpretations of its meaning. Which of the following is true about them?

(a) It is not possible and the students need to re-read the passage.

(b) It is possible because the teacher has not explained the passage.

(c) It is possible because different factors affect learning of individuals in varied ways.

(d) It is not possible because learning is not meaning-making.

Solution

Correct Answer is: (c) It is possible because different factors affect learning of individuals in varied ways.

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