Otitis media may affect an infants ability to babble Early Childhood Literacy

Otitis media may affect an infants ability to babble

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19.)Otitis media may affect an infant’s ability to:
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Early Childhood Literacy E13 Online Exam 2 Answers Red = Wrong Answers 20.)Preschoolers use self talk to: 21.)Research suggests that children who are able to form high-quality and secure relationships display: 22.)Self-talk may help children: 23.)Speech that is spoken rapidly and seems incomplete or jerky, slurred, spoken in bursts, and difficult to understand may be defined as __________ speech. 24.)Stubbornness, a lack of interest, and a learning disability may all be indicators of: 25.)The best thing a preschooler may find about using impact words is: 26.)The preschool program type that best suits the needs of other-than-English-speaking children: 27.)The wind blows the door shut, and the children insist another teacher or a mother closed the door. This is an example of children: 28.)When a young preschooler utters words that are not readily understandable, it is probably NOT caused by an inability to: 29.)When preschoolers first begin to imitate the actions of others, their play will probably involve:
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  • Fall '16
  • U.S. Department of Education, Early Childhood Literacy, Childhood Literacy E13

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