Part 1 of 2 - Lesson 6 Questions 50.0/ 50.0 Points Question 1 of 40 2.5/ 2.5 Points Which of the following is an example of subitizing? A. The child is able to take 1 block away from 3 blocks and then count that 2 blocks are leftB. The child can solve the problem 4-2=2C. The child can look at a group of 4 crackers and know that there are 4 crackers without countingD. The child is interested in counting and problems that involve taking away objects in word problems Feedback: Page 418 Question 2 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat is an example of decomposing in mathematics? Feedback: Page 428 Question 3 of 40 2.5/ 2.5 Points Which of the following is an example enumeration?
Feedback: Page 422 Question 4 of 40 2.5/ 2.5 Points Which statement best explains the purpose of science? Feedback: Page 434 Question 5 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat cognitive ability is also called the brain’s “air traffic control system? A. Executive FunctionB. Analytical Thinking
C. AdaptationD. Deduction Feedback: Page 416 Question 6 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat is the term for recognizing that spoken words are made up of individual sounds that can bemanipulated? Feedback: Page 392 Question 7 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat type of communication is an adult using when they talk to a baby in a high-pitched tone ofvoice?
Feedback: Page 380 Question 8 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat type of story has a beginning, middle, and an end? Feedback: Page 386 Question 9 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsAccording to the NAEYC Technology and Young Children Interest Forum (2008), how does technology affect learning? A. “Technology does not drive purposeful learning; teachers’ intentional instructional planning does.”B. “Technology remains neutral in the learning of young children, neither good nor bad.”C. “Currently we see no place of technology in an early childhood curriculum since it does not enhance learning for young children.”D. “Programs need to switch to a more comprehensive curriculum that includes technology in all areas of the child’s environment. Technology is here to stay and children should start learning about it.” Feedback: Page 442
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