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Question 1 of 20

“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.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  FiveStarLaw replied 1 year ago.
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The answer is:

B. elaborated explanatory talk.

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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
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. Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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. Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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. Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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 Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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. Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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. Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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. Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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. Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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. Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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?” Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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 Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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 Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? 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 Reset SelectionMark for Review What's This? Question 14 of 20 5.0 Points Among the recommended ways to provide a good setting for listening at group times is to: XXXXX XXXXX 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. Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? 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. Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? 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. Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? 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. Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? 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. Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? 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. Reset Selection Mark for Review What's This? 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. Reset Selection
Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.
Hello, and thanks for the question.

Here are the answers for comparison with your own. Let me know if you have follow-up questions.

1. B. elaborated explanatory talk.
2. A. accept and respond.
3. A. it is hard to remember all of the interesting activity ideas one encounters.
4. A. appropriate
5. B. define the word using terms children understand.
6. C. NOT recommended in the text.
7. D. the kind of comments that will suit a particular child.
8. D. sending the child to time out.
9. A. exhibit an enthusiasm for life and the company of children.
10. D. Both “What colors of ice cream have you tasted, Renea?” and “Has anyone tasted pink ice cream?”
11. A. purposeful
12. C. appreciative
13. B. Watching a speaker’s face
14. D. both choose an area away from distracting sounds and use screens, dividers, or bookcases between activity areas.
15. A. encourage listening.
16. D. both telling Celeste to keep it short and using an egg timer.
17. D. recognizing words, recognizing syllables, and understanding phonemes.
18. C. a rime.
19. B. teachers prefer to teach it by direct instruction.
20. C. helps children decode words.

Hope this helps!
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
The text recommends that teachers:
A. screen all books selected for school purchase.

B. form a community committee to select a program’s books.

C. select books for children’s special interests.

D. both screen all books selected for school purchase and select books for children’s special interests.
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Question 3 of 20 5.0 Points

If teachers are successful in making books attractive and rewarding to preschool children, the children will:
A. choose books over playtime.

B. infrequently lose their focus at reading times.

C. visit the classroom library.

D. ask too many questions at read-aloud times.
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Question 4 of 20 5.0 Points

When a teacher says, “Charlette, you have a poodle as a pet,” at story time, the teacher is probably trying to:
A. get Charlette’s attention.

B. relate the story to the children’s lives.

C. teach the word “poodle.”

D. just be friendly.
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Question 5 of 20 5.0 Points

Ms. Sanchez is selecting a picture book to share with her two-year-olds. She will try to select a book with:
A. few pictures, so the story isn’t lessened.

B. detailed illustrations.

C. simple drawings.

D. fantasy-type illustrations.
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Question 6 of 20 5.0 Points

After sharing a book with a group of children, the teacher should always:
A. determine if discussion is necessary.

B. ask questions to assess listening comprehension.

C. sit quietly to allow for thought.

D. read another book on a related topic.
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Question 7 of 20 5.0 Points

As the teacher finished her story, she said, “And the moral of this story is ….” She was probably telling a:
A. folk tale.

B. fable.

C. participation story.

D. fairy tale.
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Question 8 of 20 5.0 Points

Taking child dictation successfully involves being both:
A. a scribe and a facilitator.

B. an editor and an encourager.

C. one who suggests/corrects and a writer.

D. a motivator and an editor.
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Question 9 of 20 5.0 Points

Jason was dictating a story about his pet hamster to his teacher. He said, “He climb to the top of his cage and jump down. He be fast.” The teacher should:
A. write, “He climb to the top of his cage and jump down. He be fast.”

B. write, “He climbed to the top of his cage and jumped down. He was fast.”

C. say, “That isn’t correct. I’ll write it correctly on the paper.”

D. skip that part and write the rest of the story, if correct.
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Question 10 of 20 5.0 Points

Because holding attention in storytelling may be more difficult than reading a picture book, teachers:
A. issue many more statements to change child behavior.

B. include lots of child participation in the telling.

C. become animated and dramatic at times.

D. include lots of child participation in the telling and become animated and dramatic at times.
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Question 11 of 20 5.0 Points

A teacher trying to promote story comprehension after a storytelling session would ask which of the following questions?
A. “Could the story have a different ending?”

B. “How did Rover catch the cat?”

C. “What was the name of the cat?”

D. “How many times did Rover bark at the door?”
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Question 12 of 20 5.0 Points

Kelly is an excellent speller in second grade. It is very likely that Kelly:
A. is a naturally good speller, who doesn’t require practice.

B. knew many nursery rhymes in preschool.

C. learned to read in preschool.

D. is in a whole-language classroom.
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Question 13 of 20 5.0 Points

Poetry often builds its unique rhythm:
A. through accented syllables.

B. by combining words within words.

C. by using commas and colons.

D. by using nonfiction themes.
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Question 14 of 20 5.0 Points

The main goal in introducing children to poetry is:
A. the literary value it holds.

B. to promote pleasure and enjoyment with this language art.

C. to build vocabulary.

D. to teach the “Alphabet Song.”
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Question 15 of 20 5.0 Points

A suspected benefit of a literary background that includes poetry experience is:
A. the child’s academic learning is enhanced.

B. the poetry experience promotes later math ability.

C. its relationship to learning to read with ease.

D. it increases oral vocabulary and IQ.
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Question 16 of 20 5.0 Points

A poem that does not rhyme is called:
A. free verse.

B. narrative.

C. a lyric.

D. nonfiction.
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Question 17 of 20 5.0 Points

Flannel board set pieces made for child use are:
A. a lot of work and destroyed quickly.

B. vehicles children use to relive their experiences.

C. best if at least 12 inches tall.

D. very expensive.
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Question 18 of 20 5.0 Points

One can use __________ to create a flannel board set.
A. shiny surfaces

B. puppets

C. a slippery backing

D. a picture book
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Question 19 of 20 5.0 Points

Ms. Griggs is preparing pieces for a flannel board story. She must:
A. use store-bought pieces since the children will enjoy them more.

B. place all of the pieces on the board before beginning the story so they are easily accessible.

C. make the ant smaller than the dog.

D. use pieces with lots of details and small parts.
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Question 20 of 20 5.0 Points

Flannel board stories encourage the language arts skill of __________ more than other skills.
A. listening

B. writing

C. speaking

D. reading
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
The best type of board to surface material is:
A. Satin or silk.
B. colorful.
C.fuzzy.
A background scene.
Humpty Dumpty tells the story about an egg that fell off the wall and broke. Humpty Dumpty is a --------- poem.
A. Narrative
B.free verse
C. Limerick
D. Nonsense
Ms. Gregory has chosen a poem to share with her class. Because it is a poem that she does not know well, she should:
A memorize it.
B. practice it until it flows smoothly and use lap cards, if needed.
C. Read it off of lap cards so there are no mistakes.
D. Look for a different poem.
Using an attaché case for a flannel board is not a good idea when:
A. You are presenting to only one child.
B. you are presenting to the whole class.
C. There are lots of pieces.
D. The flannel board needs to be moved easily.
Giving teapots life in poetry is an example of:
A. Reality.
B. personification
C. Allusion.
D. Animalism
The act of pantomiming:
A. Can introduce and enhance storytelling.
B. does not suit the developmental level of young children.
C. May frighten preschoolers.
D. Can add words to children's vocabulary.

Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points

Mrs. Bates watched David work a puzzle that he had chosen from the ones she put on the table. She listened and commented when David made guesses at the correct location for the pieces. This is an example of a/an __________ activity.
A. structured

B. unstructured

C. child-initiated

D. child-centered
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Question 2 of 20 5.0 Points

Hannah said, "I like blue the best. It is my favorite color. I am the only one who likes blue this much. That's why everything of mine is blue." This is typical of __________ speech.
A. personal function

B. heuristic function

C. representational

D. regulatory
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Question 3 of 20 5.0 Points

Kayla is 18 months old. She looked at Mrs. Crenshaw and said, "seblisboo." Mrs. Crenshaw did not understand any of what Kayla said, but her best response would be:
A. "Say that again slowly."

B. "Did you want to go outside?"

C. "Speak clearly. I can't understand you."

D. "You don't mean it!"
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Question 4 of 20 5.0 Points

Karen asked, "Where does rain come from?" The best response for her teacher is:
A. "The clouds."

B. "I don't really know, Karen."

C. "How could we find out where rain comes from?"

D. "That's really hard to understand, Karen."
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Question 5 of 20 5.0 Points

"If we put this ice cube out in the sun, what do you think will happen?" This is a/an __________ question.
A. explanation

B. divergent thinking

C. observation

D. convergent thinking
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Question 6 of 20 5.0 Points

Teachers usually ask more of this type of question even if it is NOT recommended:
A. convergent.

B. divergent.

C. open-ended.

D. recall.
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Question 7 of 20 5.0 Points

A disadvantage of large group times is:
A. language is enjoyed as a group.

B. children develop an understanding of being a group member.

C. the difficulty of having intimate conversations.

D. they are often seen as sharing times.
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Question 8 of 20 5.0 Points

In a study about kindergarten readiness, which one of the following was true?
A. Group participation skills were viewed as insignificant in comparison to academic skills.

B. The ability to write one's name was followed by self-control.

C. The majority of teachers placed academic skills as the most important element.

D. Self-control was rated number one.
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Question 9 of 20 5.0 Points

As Ms. Ramirez planned for her group time, she considered the best way to begin. Which one of the following would NOT be an effective way for her to begin group time?
A. Asking individual children if they brought something to share

B. Leading children in the finger play "Where Is Thumbkin?"

C. Singing "The Wheels on the Bus"

D. Greeting each child individually
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Question 10 of 20 5.0 Points

Which one of the following is probably NOT one of the reasons that circle times fail?
A. The space was large and open.

B. The songs were repeated daily.

C. The time period lasted too long.

D. The teacher read a chapter book, hoping to encourage the children to excel.
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Question 11 of 20 5.0 Points

Charlie does not come to group time on his own. While he is there, he does not participate or respond. It would be best for his teacher to:
A. insist that he participate since this is the only way he will learn.

B. continue to bring him to group, but allow him to sit quietly.

C. allow Charlie to participate when and if he is ready and willing.

D. call on Charlie more often to encourage participation.
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Question 12 of 20 5.0 Points

Luis is being introduced to the finger play "Friends at Play." It is very likely that Luis will:
A. do the finger movements first.

B. learn the words first.

C. not participate if he doesn't understand the words.

D. learn the words and movements simultaneously.
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Question 13 of 20 5.0 Points

Children learn:
A. only when teachers use puppets.

B. only when they use puppets themselves.

C. very little with puppets.

D. from teachers and themselves when puppets are used.
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Question 14 of 20 5.0 Points

Which one of the following requires a child's coordination with speech and movement?
A. Puppet play and storytelling

B. Finger plays and flannel boards

C. Flannel boards and storytelling

D. Finger plays and puppet play
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Question 15 of 20 5.0 Points

Mr. Howard was busy preparing his puppet area. The best way for him to store the puppets is:
A. on a shoe rack.

B. in an airtight container.

C. in the puppet theater.

D. on pegs inside the "teacher-only" cabinet.
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Question 16 of 20 5.0 Points

Adam wanted to play the part of the giant in the puppet show. When he put on the puppet, he became scared and didn't want to be a giant. This is a typical attitude of many:
A. two-year-olds.

B. three-year-olds.

C. four-year-olds.

D. five-year-olds.
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Question 17 of 20 5.0 Points

Teachers use puppets to:
A. teach academics primarily.

B. control rather than entertain.

C. motivate.

D. discipline children.
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Question 18 of 20 5.0 Points

The teacher's role in creative drama is as a/an:
A. leader for the children.

B. coparticipant with the children.

C. observer of the children.

D. resource, to answer questions from the children.
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Question 19 of 20 5.0 Points

According to the textbook, because of their ability to conceptualize and fantasize, four-year-olds are at the perfect age for drama because they:
A. like to dress up.

B. follow directions well.

C. learn acting and audience skills quickly.

D. enjoy getting attention.
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Question 20 of 20 5.0 Points

In simple dramatizations, the text recommends that children:
A. act without words first unless the words are very familiar.

B. speak words first.

C. coordinate words with actions from their beginning attempts.

D. children begin acting by being narrators.
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Expert:  Cher replied 1 year ago.

Hi again, Customer and thanks for requesting me.

I would love to help you with your additional questions, but you have not yet rated my previous answer. After you do that, I can begin work on your new questions; however, the site rules require that you open a new, separate question directed to my attention (type "For Cher Only" at the beginning of the question) for this next set of questions.

If you have any questions about how to do that, please let me know and I will be happy to help you. Thanks!

Best regards,
Cher

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Yes tell me how to do that?
Expert:  Cher replied 1 year ago.

Hi again, and thanks for your reply.

First, can you please rate my previous answer to you (it's the one that begins with, 'the text recommends teachers....') so I can be credited by the site for my time and expertise? Thanks! Laughing

If you don't see a ratings box or have a problem with rating, please let me know here, that you were pleased with my answers and I will have that taken care of for you. Thanks!

Best regards,
Cher

Expert:  Cher replied 1 year ago.

Hi again, Customer.

You did not rate 'my' answer, but the answer of the first expert who sent you 1 answer and then 'opted out'. Was THAT the answer you wanted to rate, or my answer? I sent you my answers to the exam in a downloadable file; it said click 'here' (in blue) and had my picture on the answer. It was the last answer you received before posting your new questions. Can you please rate that one, so I can continue to work with you on your other exams? Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX appreciate it.

Thanks,
Cher

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
I tried and it won't let me. I was trying to rate you. It says I need to pay again to rate you
Expert:  Cher replied 1 year ago.

Hi again, Cabrina and thanks for your reply and explanation.

I understand; I was told Customer Service will help with the rating error, so you should be hearing from someone, soon.

For now, you can ask your new set of questions by entering them in the question box on my Homework page; also begin the question with "For Cher Only". Click HERE and in the white box under my picture, it says 'Ask a question'; type your question there.

Since you already posted all the questions here, you can copy and paste them into the question box or just write 'Cher, you already have these questions'.

Thanks,
Cher

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hello did you speak with them about me rating you?
Expert:  Cher replied 1 year ago.
Hi again, Cabrina.

Yes, I did speak to them and they said it would be handled by Customer Service and they might contact you. Please let me know if you are contacted by anyone. Thanks.

I need to check back with them in a couple of days if the situation isn't resolved.

Thanks for asking!

I'm working on your newest exam, now and should have it for you soon.

Best regards,
Cher

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