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Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points “Im cutting the apple into

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Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points


“I’m cutting the apple into six pieces so that you can share with each of your friends” is an example of:
 A. speech. 
 
 B. elaborated explanatory talk. 
 
 C. expansion. 
 
 D. detail-oriented language. 
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Question 2 of 20 5.0 Points


When a child says “He gimme dat,” the teacher should:
 A. accept and respond. 
 
 B. accept and correct quickly. 
 
 C. accept and point out there is another way to say it. 
 
 D. refuse to listen until the child corrects his or her speech. 
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Question 3 of 20 5.0 Points


A personal resource file is suggested in the text because:
 A. it is hard to remember all of the interesting activity ideas one encounters. 
 
 B. good activities can be presented over and over and will get you through your first year of teaching. 
 
 C. there is a limited supply of appropriate language arts activities. 
 
 D. you can use it to share your ideas with other teachers. 
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Question 4 of 20 5.0 Points


Miss Oakley enjoys water skiing. It is __________ that she share her skiing interest with her students.
 A. appropriate 
 
 B. inappropriate 
 
 C. discouraged 
 
 D. required 
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Question 5 of 20 5.0 Points


When a teacher notices that the children do not understand a new word he or she has used, the teacher can:
 A. say it louder and more clearly. 
 
 B. define the word using terms children understand. 
 
 C. write it on the chalkboard and discuss it with them. 
 
 D. drop it from the teacher’s vocabulary until the children can understand it. 
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Question 6 of 20 5.0 Points


Asking a lot of questions that call for correctly recalled answers is:
 A. recommended as a teacher interaction technique. 
 
 B. helpful in identifying talented or gifted children. 
 
 C. NOT recommended in the text. 
 
 D. a technique used by language-promoting teachers. 
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Question 7 of 20 5.0 Points


Scaffolding is a teacher skill that requires a thoughtful decision from the teacher about:
 A. whether to sound out alphabet letters. 
 
 B. telling a child about a classroom rule. 
 
 C. whether or not to give the correct answer. 
 
 D. the kind of comments that will suit a particular child. 
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Question 8 of 20 5.0 Points


To handle a child’s interruption of adults or other children during group discussions, the text suggests all of the following EXCEPT:
 A. accepting the child’s comment and discussing it. 
 
 B. reminding the child about raising his hand. 
 
 C. accepting this behavior as natural for preschoolers. 
 
 D. sending the child to time out. 
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Question 9 of 20 5.0 Points


Teachers who are playful interactors and fun-loving companions:
 A. exhibit an enthusiasm for life and the company of children. 
 
 B. have personalities that all teachers should have. 
 
 C. find that children avoid them. 
 
 D. find that children want answers, not actors. 
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Question 10 of 20 5.0 Points


A teacher trying to connect a green ice-cream activity to children’s past experiences might say:
 A. “We’re eating Irish ice cream, Lynetta. It’s St. Patrick’s Day!” 
 
 B. “What colors of ice cream have you tasted, Renea?” 
 
 C. “Has anyone tasted pink ice cream?” 
 
 D. Both “What colors of ice cream have you tasted, Renea?” and “Has anyone tasted pink ice cream?” 
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Question 11 of 20 5.0 Points


“Put the red block on top of the yellow block. Now place the blue block on top of the red block.” This type of language encourages __________ listening.
 A. purposeful 
 
 B. discriminative 
 
 C. critical 
 
 D. appreciative 
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Question 12 of 20 5.0 Points


Mr. Carter keeps background music playing softly all day in his classroom. He hopes that the children develop __________ listening skills because of it.
 A. creative 
 
 B. purposeful 
 
 C. appreciative 
 
 D. discriminative 
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Question 13 of 20 5.0 Points


Which of the following typifies good listening skill?
 A. Being able to hear everything in a room 
 
 B. Watching a speaker’s face 
 
 C. Mimicking 
 
 D. Explaining cause and effect 
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Question 14 of 20 5.0 Points


Among the recommended ways to provide a good setting for listening at group times is to:
 A. have the other children go in the yard. 
 
 B. choose an area away from distracting sounds. 
 
 C. use screens, dividers, or bookcases between activity areas. 
 
 D. both choose an area away from distracting sounds and use screens, dividers, or bookcases between activity areas. 
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Question 15 of 20 5.0 Points


Teacher eye contact can:
 A. encourage listening. 
 
 B. discourage listening in most children. 
 
 C. scare children. 
 
 D. make children uncomfortable. 
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Question 16 of 20 5.0 Points


Celeste, a four-year-old, monopolizes group times and rambles on and on until the other children get restless. The text suggests:
 A. telling Celeste to keep it short. 
 
 B. using an egg timer. 
 
 C. saying, “When your friends are restless, you need to stop.” 
 
 D. both telling Celeste to keep it short and using an egg timer. 
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Question 17 of 20 5.0 Points


Some experts believe that phonological development progresses in stages; these are:
 A. from simple, to complex, to complete. 
 
 B. awareness of words, then word parts, and then knowing syllables have sounds. 
 
 C. hearing words, hearing sentences, and hearing meaning. 
 
 D. recognizing words, recognizing syllables, and understanding phonemes. 
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Question 18 of 20 5.0 Points


A part of a word such as -ame or -ay is called:
 A. an inset. 
 
 B. an onset. 
 
 C. a rime. 
 
 D. a rhyme. 
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Question 19 of 20 5.0 Points


When it comes to children’s phonemic awareness skill:
 A. the majority of children develop it without direct instruction. 
 
 B. teachers prefer to teach it by direct instruction. 
 
 C. it typically begins developing in five-year-olds. 
 
 D. it develops before phonetic awareness. 
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Question 20 of 20 5.0 Points


The ability to blend phonemes:
 A. is a skill necessary for kindergarten success. 
 
 B. is not a skill that is necessary for reading success. 
 
 C. helps children decode words. 
 
 D. may confuse preschoolers who see no use for the skill. 
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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
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Expert:  Chris M. replied 4 years ago.

Hello Customer,

 

Did you submit the answers I gave, or had you already taken the quiz? If you need to retake the quiz and know which answers are wrong, I may be able to help you correct those.

 

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
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Hello Customer,

 

OK. I see that you have reposted this quiz and another expert is willing to assist you.

Good luck on this quiz!