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Question 1 12 out of 12 points This age child develops a sense of justice, wants to complete jobs, valuesindependence, and applies logical rules of reasoning. Question 2 12 out of 12 points What is a major advantage of books with repetitive language? Question 3 12 out of 12 points When Purves and Monson analyze children's responses to literature, the analytic response Question 4 12 out of 12 points Which of the following types of stories would be leastappropriate for development of organizational skills? Question 5 12 out of 12 points
Loban's research suggests that discussion should be a vital part of elementary literature programs because it helps children Question 6 12 out of 12 points What characterized hornbooks? Question 7 12 out of 12 points What was the attitude toward children in feudal Europe that led to the conclusion that stories for children were notnecessary? Question 8 12 out of 12 points In the 1980s, what type of literature was most frequently banned? Question 9 12 out of 12 points Change occurred in children's literature in the mid- 1700s, the time when children'sbooks began in Europe because
Question 10 12 out of 12 points Why has children's literature changed from 1960 to the present?