play games without rules. understand that leaving tasks unfinished is appropriate for young children. Question 15 5 / 5 points Family game playing that includes children: Question options: usually requires rule-abiding behavior. usually involves focus and memory. often involves language and cognition. All of the above Question 16 0 / 5 points A school lending library: Question options: should include oral rules and procedures for checkout and return.
can provide families with book-reading tips. requires no extra time or effort. should include only books written in the family's native language. Question 17 5 / 5 points To stimulate speaking abilities, parents should: Question options: set aside a special time during each day for the child to talk. talk to children naturally, as you would a friend. correct mispronunciations and incorrectly used words. None of the above Question 18 5 / 5 points One way to encourage reading in the home is to: Question options: buy a lot of books. plan a family reading time. make sure reading time and television time are equal. All of the above Question 19 5 / 5 points Parents and families are urged to communicate with children using: Question options: business-like talk that guides behavior. adult-child play talk that affects development. standard English even if the family is not English speaking.
Both a and b Question 20 5 / 5 points E-books: Question options: are a great substitute for family book sharing. seldom offer a read-aloud component. often compromise the book's color and format. are all high quality. Attempt Score: 75 / 100 - 75 % Overall Grade (highest attempt) : 75 / 100 - 75 % Done
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