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5. Two three-year-olds, Jenna and Neal, are pulling one another's hair. Using guidance
techniques, what would you do?
A. Ask, "What do you two think you're doing?"
B. Physically separate Jenna and Neal.
C. Say, "You must not do that. It's not nice."
D. Remove Neal and say, "You must not pull little girls' hair."
6. A consistent approach to guidance means that
A. all children should be expected to reach the four goals of guidance.
B. all staff members should deal with misbehavior in the same way.
C. no individual differences in children should be considered when applying discipline.
D. caregivers should be role models for the children to follow.
7. The most common cause of misbehavior in children is
A. rebelliousness. C. the fact that they're spoiled.
B. lack of training. D. frustration.
8. "Time-out" is a means of helping children to
A. regain control. C. cooperate.
B. develop self-esteem. D. communicate.
9. In this study unit, discipline refers to behaviors that are
A. expected. C. harsh.
B. self-regulated. D. punitive.
10. A guidance technique that's most effective in helping children to develop self-discipline is
A. time-out. C. modeling.
B. reasoning. D. demonstrating.
11. Kicking, name-calling, and interrupting other children's play are all examples of
A. aggression. C. frustration.
B. regression. D. repression.
12. Brian comes to the block area and knocks down a building that Tim and Jody are
constructing. The most probable reason for Brian's misbehavior is that he
A. has too much self-esteem. C. is destructive by nature.
B. has lost control. D. is seeking attention.
13. Which one of the following statements by a caregiver reflects a positive and clear
approach to communicating with a child?
A. "Nice girls don't stick out their tongues."
B. "We don't play with knives."
C. "Put this napkin under your sticky bun."
D. "Look at the mess you made at your place."
14. Which one of the following statements is an example of a clear message to a child?
A. "Cleanup time. Hurry up."
B. "Stop that right now, and get ready for a nap."
C. "What a rude thing to do!"
D. "Take your dirty dishes to the kitchen."
15. A child is more likely to develop a sense of independence if he or she is given
A. choices. C. time-out.
B. discipline. D. consistent care.
16. In which of the following situations do you, as a caregiver, act as a role model for prosocial
A. You remind Joshua to hang up his coat.
B. You help Michael to clean up the box of crayons he dropped.
C. You create a corner in which musical instruments can be played.
D. You ask Maria to feed the gerbil.
17. "You did a good job of cleanup today, Grace." In this statement, a caregiver has used
A. limits. C. praise.
18. Children are more likely to lose control when they're
A. bored. C. listless.
B. tired. D. active.
19. The style of adult-child interaction that promotes self-esteem and self-control is
A. authoritarian. C. authoritative.
B. permissive. D. friendly
20. One suggested way to foster both prosocial behavior and self-esteem is the use of
A. reasoning. C. verbal aggression.
B. time-out. D. role modeling.