Vygotsky asserted that acquisition of knowledge is a consequence of social interactions. Specifically, learning takes place within the _______, which is a range of tasks too difficult for the child to do alone but possible with the help of adults and more skilled peers. When these more knowledgeable individuals question, prompt, and suggest strategies for mastering a specific task within the zone of proximal development, the child is drawn into more mature thinking processes. Support during learning can gradually be adjusted, based on the child’s needs, a concept known as _____. Question 4 options: make believe play, cognitive awareness cognitive awareness, scaffolding zone of proximal development, scaffolding scaffolding, make believe play