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Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points Which one of the following would

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Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points

Which one of the following would NOT be typical communication for a three-year-old?
A. "That's scary!"

B. "I'm hungry."

C. "Nobody likes carrots!"

D. "I want cookies."
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Question 2 of 20 5.0 Points

Ben used to say, "I growed up!" Now he says, "I grew!" This is an example of:
A. regularization.

B. overextension.

C. simplified language.

D. underextension.
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Question 3 of 20 5.0 Points

Preschoolers usually begin to add tag endings, such as “huh?” and “okay?” to their questions around age:
A. two.

B. three.

C. four.

D. five.
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Question 4 of 20 5.0 Points

Many young preschoolers’ comments describe:
A. sophisticated features of objects.

B. details and cause-and-effect environmental relationships.

C. what they have done and what they are doing.

D. what others are doing wrong.
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Question 5 of 20 5.0 Points

A preschooler with a vocabulary of about 4,000 words would be considered:
A. a slow developer.

B. advanced.

C. very advanced.

D. moderately delayed.
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Question 6 of 20 5.0 Points

Use of the word “aminal” displays:
A. faulty hearing.

B. poor enunciation.

C. omitting sounds.

D. substituting sounds.
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Most preschoolers can produce:
A. all the vowel sounds.

B. all the sounds in their native language.

C. all consonants.

D. accurate productions of all sounds.
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Question 8 of 20 5.0 Points

Which one of the following would be a common behavior for a three-year-old in the dramatic play area?
A. Carly sat at a table and “wrote,” saying she had work to do.

B. Emily pretended to be a superhero and “saved” the other children.

C. Parker wrapped the baby in a blanket and put it in the bed.

D. Olivia pretended to swim and said, “I’m a fish.”
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Question 9 of 20 5.0 Points

Which one of the following is NOT a trait of social conversations for an older preschooler?
A. Turn-taking

B. Self-correction

C. Questions and answers

D. Saying, “Know what?”
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Question 10 of 20 5.0 Points

A change that takes place from young preschoolers to older preschoolers is inner speech. This is shown through the child:
A. planning ideas in his head.

B. carrying on conversations with himself.

C. asking for others to look at what he has done.

D. playing near others while talking to himself.
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Question 11 of 20 5.0 Points

Myra is three years old and is developing normally. Which one of the following statements is true about her physically?
A. Myra’s thumb is opposable to just one finger.

B. Myra can ride a bicycle without training wheels like all of her classmates.

C. Myra will grow approximately 2 to 3 inches taller this year.

D. Myra should gain only 2 to 3 pounds this year.
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Question 12 of 20 5.0 Points

Which of the following is NOT true of a child who is born deaf?
A. The child’s brain is equipped with brain cells ready to process sound.

B. The child’s brain fails to receive the sound messages she needs to develop speech.

C. The child’s brain receives messages that will allow the child to eventually communicate.

D. The child will not be able to communicate because of this impediment.
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Question 13 of 20 5.0 Points

All of the following are true about visual literacy EXCEPT that it:
A. is a learned skill.

B. involves interpreting and using spoken language and written and graphic language.

C. encompasses understanding that visual images can affect emotions.

D. has become outdated in the 21st century.
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Question 14 of 20 5.0 Points

Small group discussions with preschoolers enables them to:
A. find out if they are superior.

B. learn to argue.

C. outsmart the others and gain teacher attention.

D. compare their ideas with peer ideas.
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Question 15 of 20 5.0 Points

A child’s motor skills develop in order from:
A. upper body to center body to extremities.

B. extremities to center body to upper body.

C. center body to extremities to upper body.

D. upper body to extremities to center body.
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Question 16 of 20 5.0 Points

The child who is confusing heavy and light might profit from activities that:
A. allow her to ask the opinion of her
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16. The child who is confusing heavy and light might profit from activities that:
a. allow her to ask the opinion of her peers.
b. involve weighing things.
c. promote lifting a variety of heavy and light objects.
d. require her to point to objects and describe them.

17. A possible explanation for a child who lacks practice in auditory analysis and reasoning skills is:
a. that both parents are working.
b. the passive lifestyle of watching tv.
c. a learning disability.
d. a lack of good nutrition and overall health.

18. Preschoolers ask many question because:
a. they want attention.
b. they want to know something.
c. it is fun to ask a teacher a difficult one.
d. teachers ask a lot of questions.

19. The child who asks, "Does an elephant have a big name because he is big and an ant a little one because it is little?" is:
a. comparing animals.
b. at preschool-level brilliant.
c. a pretty talkative preschooler.
d. a child with metalinguistic ability.

20. Simon seems to say "no" to everything, even when it is something that he really wants, and he becomes frustrated when unable to tie his shoes. Simon is an example of Erikson's stage of:
a. trust vs. mistrust.
b. autonomy vs. shame and doubt.
c. concrete operations.
d. initiation vs. guilt feelings.

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1. The recent debate over Ebonics concerns:
a. Whether it is systematic
b. Labeling it as a language or a dialect
c. How many African-Americans speak it
d. The need to teach it to all children

2. Instruction in English in the U.S. public school system always begins:
a. During preschool attendance
b. In first grade
c. At some point during elementary school
d. In middle school

3. In today’s world, more than ________ percent of people speak more than one language.
a. 80
b. 10
c. 50
d. 70

4. A teacher would be wise to study other cultures and their beliefs since:
a. This allows a teacher insight into the family’s expectations of the children
b. Parents will be impressed with the teacher’s knowledge
c. Children do not share family interests with their teacher
d. Multiculturalism is part of a balanced curriculum

5. Identification of hearing loss and subsequent help can significantly improve language and cognitive development if it takes place before:
a. Three months of age
b. Six months of age
c. Twelve months of age
d. Eighteen months of age

6. David is an active two-year-old who loves to run and play outside. His teacher notices that he will not come to her when she asks, and he only speaks a few words. David shows signs of a possible:
a. Learning disorder
b. Language delay
c. Ear infection
d. Voice disorder

7. Speech that is spoken rapidly and seems incomplete or jerky, slurred, spoken in bursts, and difficult to understand may be defined as:
a. Accented speech
b. Intoned speech
c. Receptive speech
d. Cluttered speech

8. Considering early childhood stuttering, children in the majority of cases:
a. Will continue stuttering into adulthood
b. Will improve because it is temporary in most cases
c. Require immediate intervention in improve
d. Recover from stuttering by age two

9. When a teacher observes that a child has selective mutism, the teacher should:
a. Be concerned and refer the child to a speech professional
b. Assume that the child is not yet comfortable talking in the classroom.
c. Insist that the child respond when spoken to.
d. Ignore the child until he can decide to speak appropriately

10. Many children who are enrolled in special speech and language treatment programs in lower elementary school:
a. Have a history of middle ear infections.
b. Come from middle-class neighborhoods
c. Did not attend preschools
d. Have parents who cannot read

11. Federal legislation mandates that school district educators working with students with special needs must:
a. Allow private tutoring
b. Develop an individualized education plan
c. Urge parents to work as volunteers
d. Provide developmentally appropriate materials

12. According to the National Early Literacy Panel, a strong predictor of a young child’s later literacy and success in learning to read include all of the following EXCEPT a child’s:
a. Ability to write his or her name
b. Alphabet knowledge
c. Phonological awareness
d. Ability to memorize information

13. The periodic assessment of preschool children’s abilities is:
a. Acceptable to early childhood education
b. Required in all preschools
c. Standard practice
d. Controversial

14. Early childhood programs affected by the No Child Left Behind Act:
a. Are accountable for providing data that show children’s progress
b. Are exempt form assessing young children
c. Are required to use standardized assessment tests
d. Have ignored testing requirements

15. In some cultures that actively encourage musical play, children acquire increased competencies in _________ skills.
a. Listening and reading
b. Motor and communication
c. Writing and mathematical
d. Speaking and hearing

16. A child’s literacy portfolio usually includes all of the following EXCEPT:
a. Photographs of a child’s work
b. Any literacy accomplishments
c. Standardized test results
d. Items in chronological order

17. The thematic approach to instruction:
a. Usually involves step-by-step learning
b. Usually involves a classroom transformation
c. Usually involves a good deal of teacher-directed learning
d. Usually involves whole-group instruction and hand-raising

18. Ms. Rook chose to develop her theme of lifecycles around The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. She is using:
a. A thematic inquiry approach
b. Webbing
c. A thematic/ literature-based approach
d. Whole language learning

19. Which curricular method is often mandated by elementary schools?
a. Thematic/ Literature-based instruction
b. Curriculum webs and webbing
c. Reggio Emilia
d. The project approach

20. In some preschool teacher-planned language-arts activities, teachers will:
a. Have to practice literary material beforehand
b. Have to separate advanced children from average children
c. Need to ignore the interests of the group and stick to the plan
d. Make the children participate even if they don’t want to
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