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this is a fundamentals of early childhood education question
1. Describe the three thought patterns that violent teens demonstrate during conflict situations. Explain how early childhood professionals can help you children in each of these areas.
2. What is continuity, and why is it considered an indicator of a quality early childhood program? Describe two factors that cause a lack of continuity in early childhood programs.
3. On your first job as an early childhood professional, you encounter a child who has difficulty with every type of transition from switching activities to arriving and departing. Describe some steps you can take to help this child with transitions.
4. Describe the four levels of listening.
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