mpling Lying stealing and cheating are all signs of Question options al

Mpling lying stealing and cheating are all signs of

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mpling.Lying, stealing, and cheating are all signs of: Question options: al immaturity. nderstanding. thdrawal. mental delay. Kayla has very low self-esteem. She misbehaves often and is rejected by other classmates. Her teacher, Mr. Vickers, has decided to work hard to give Kayla positive feedback whenever possible. What can Mr. Vickers expect to happen first when he begins this approach? Question options: 0/2.5 ehavior will worsen. ll stop talking to Mr. Vickers. ll be kind to Mr. Vickers. ill cry frequently. Which one of the following statements about lying is TRUE? Question options:
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hildren often lie because they are confused between what is real and pretend.hildren cannot be held accountable for lying since they cannot understand the term.hildren who get fact and fantasy mixed up become adults who lie.hildren can be taught to tell the truth by giving them natural consequences for lying. Real choices are: When 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.
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tsmanshipWhen children have arguments about sharing toys, it is usually because young children have: Question options: ognitive skills. ing patterns. ocial skills. anguage skills. 2.5 / 2.5 points Children undergo many significant changes in their daily life when their parents separate or divorce. These changes often leave children feeling less secure in their attachment to others, which often results in: Question options: silliness. es. abandonment. ve classroom behavior. While cultural practices can be learned from books, it is BEST for teachers to learn them: Question options: 0/2.5
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nting a lesson on that culture to the class.One way to help reduce the tension that often leads to aggression is: Question options: 0/2.5 s. it. A goal should be for the child to become self-___________ at school, not simply to obey for a reward. Question options: 0/2.5 g t
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Providing them with a soft, calming place in the classroom; making sure they know what to expect in their school day; andspending extra one-on-one time with them are ALL ways to help children who have: Question options: ced the death of a parent. health problems. sed. d community violence.
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