Phonological awareness and print awareness are both examples of A early

Phonological awareness and print awareness are both

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Question 9 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsPhonological awareness and print awareness are both examples of: A. early literacy skills.B. giftedness.C. encoding and decoding.D. visual literacy skills. Question 10 of 400.0/ 5.0 PointsWhat is one of the most effective ways to communicate with babies or toddlers?
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Question 11 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsAt what age do children experience a burst in vocabulary and begin using telegraphic speech?
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Question 12 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsAccording to researcher David Dickinson, how many back-and-forth exchanges should a teacher strive for in a conversation? Question 13 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsWhat is the ability to understand what is being said?
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A. VocabularyB. Expressive languageC. Receptive languageD. Grammar Question 14 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsTalking with a child about his or her imagined scenario of playing with dancing flowers would be an example of what?
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Question 15 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsThe idea that anything (people, cats, crackers, etc.) can be counted is called what?
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Question 16 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsHazel is playing a dice game with several children. She asks each to first count the dots and then asks them what shape the dice are. This is an example of: Question 17 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsWhen a child learns to say, "I want a cookie" instead of "Me want," they are developing more complex: A. vocabulary.
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B. syntax or grammar.C. academic discourse.D. language experience. Question 18 of 405.0/ 5.0 PointsWhich would be beneficial for children during pretend play or dramatization activities?
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