Question 165 / 5 pointsMr. Carter keeps background music playing softly all day in his classroom. He hopes that the children develop __________ listening skills because of it. Question options:Creativepurposefuldiscriminativeappreciative Question 17 0 / 5 points Child: "It's a truck." Teacher: "It is a truck, a special kind of truck. It has a special job." Child: "It's got stuff in it." Teacher: "That's right. It's called a garbage truck. It takes away all of the trash from people's houses. This dialogue isan example of: Question 18 0 / 5 points If preschoolers are arguing over the right way to say something grammatically: Question 195 / 5 pointsScaffolding is a technique that does NOT include:
Question 20 5 / 5 points A technique called "extension": Question options:utilizes puppets and props when conversing with children.involves pausing in the middle of a sentence.builds on a child's statement through the teacher's addition of information and meaning.All of the above
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- Spring '17
- Mr. Carter, Miss Oakley