Lesson 2 Exam Question 1 5 / 5 points A feature of African-American English speakers is: Question options: extreme reduction of final consonants. adding extra vowel sounds to words. emphasis placed on the letter "r" sound. moving sentence subject to end of a sentence. Question 2 5 / 5 points A cloistered child does NOT display: Question options: a limited attention span. impulsiveness. intense interest and creativity. disorganization. Question 3 5 / 5 points Research suggests that children who are able to form high-quality and secure relationships display: Question options: better language usage. harmonious play skills. social connectedness. All of the above Question 4 0 / 5 points At three years of age, most children can: Question options: monologue and dialogue. display an advanced, productive vocabulary of 2,400 words. repeat a sentence of six words or more. None of the above
Question 5 0 / 5 points The preschool program type that best suits the needs of other-than-English-speaking children: Question options: is clearly researched. has been professionally identified. is a politicized issue.
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