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Quiz Submissions - \[10\] Lessons 6 & 7 ExamAttempt 1Written: Jun 19, 2020 7:31 AM - Jun 19, 2020 8:09 AMSubmission ViewYour quiz has been submitted successfully.2.5 / 2.5 pointsWhen Jill plays board games with her preschool-aged sister, Karra, she notices that Karra keeps changing the rules so that she wins. Jill is getting frustrated which is leading toward conflict. ___________ is MOST likely contributing to Karra's problem.Question options:mtmanshipChildren need to feel loved and accepted. To accomplish this, teachers must:Question options:ditional love for all children in their care.en in their care a hug each day.husiastic approach for all children in their care.a favorite student.
The type of written observation that involves longer documentation of a child's behaviors, including the observer's thoughts and comments, is called:Question options:ords.otes.ing.pling.Pam is throwing bits of paper at Eli during quiet reading time. She is a struggling reader and her teacher, Mrs. Johnson, can tell she is not able to read independently during this time. Mrs.Johnson could help Pam by:Question options:am to do a different quiet activity during reading time.am's behavior and putting her in a spot where she will not disturb others tomorrow.m pick up the paper and return to her seat to read easier books.am to read with a fifth-grade partner during reading time.Mrs. Miller sees Brittany putting Legos from the manipulative shelf into her book bag. According to constructive discipline, Mrs. Miller should:Question options:ittany immediately and discuss why stealing is wrong.s that no one will go out for recess until the Legos are returned.
Spencer, a three-year-old, is refusing to get dressed for the day. His mother, Melanie, is late for work already and she needs Spencer to cooperate. Which set of choices would be appropriate for Melanie to give Spencer that would meet his obvious need for power?Question options:choose to put your clothes on by yourself or Mommy will do it for you."e choosing not to get dressed, you are choosing to have a time out."irt are you going to wear today, the green or the blue?"you want to get dressedâ now or in ten minutes?"

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