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Name______________________________________ Date________ Period______Level 3 Curriculum & Instruction in ECEWorking With Young Children (G-W publisher)FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE Chapters (3, 8-24)True/False Questions: On your answer sheet, spell out the entire word TRUE or FALSE. Or, if using a Scantron sheet, fully and completely fill in the “A” bubble for TRUE and “B” bubble for FALSE._____1. A checklist is the simplest form of direct observation._____2. Preschool teachers usually use informal observation methods to collect data._____3. Assessment information is confidential and should not be shared with families._____4. Limits should state the expected behavior rather than the unacceptable behavior._____5. A single assessment will provide an exact assessment of a child’s ability or performance._____6. Art should always be a creative process._____7. Children produce their first real drawings during the basic forms stage._____8. Art activities improve the control of arm and finger muscles._____9. Social learning can be fostered through art activities._____10. The younger the child is, the wider the easel brush should be._____11. In preschool children’s art, color may not be realistic._____12. In the scribbling stage, the art produced is merely a by-product of the experience._____13. Effective limits explain what is important and expected behavior at the center._____14. Limits should be lengthy and written in language children understand._____15. In general, children prefer mildly flavored foods._____16. Obesity can be prevented easier than treated._____17. Play themes usually focus on everyday situations._____18. Socio-dramatic play involves all four areas of development.
_____19. Problem-solving skills are developed as children make decisions and choices during socio-dramatic play._____20. The play of 3 year olds involves personification._____21. If not reminded, children will ignore or forget safety limits._____22. A toy that is safe for one child is safe for all children of all abilities. _____23. Two-thirds of poisonings occur in children under 3 years of age._____24. A classroom should never have fewer adults than required by law for its age level and group size. _____25. Parents should have limited access to all of their child’s records maintained by the childcare center._____26. Children should be left unattended for only very short periods._____27. To maintain interest, it’s good to purchase only one of each toy. _____28. Stories should match a child’s developmental level and experience._____29. Until about 3 years old, children usually are not ready for fantasy stories. _____30. Storytelling skills are important when reading a story to young children._____31. Two year olds like books about things they do, enjoy, or know._____32. Manuscript writing is a simple form of calligraphy._____33. Hammering is a good activity for developing hand-eye coordination._____34. Teacher-made materials should use proper manuscript writing._____35. Children who are ready should be encouraged to print their names on all of their work._____36. Time is an easy concept for children to understand._____37. Children cannot match colors by two years old._____38. Secondary colors are orange, blue, and yellow._____39.

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