14.)Douglas was interviewing for a sales position with a Fortune 500 company. In the interview he was asked to tell the story of the best day of his life. The employer was probably not trying to assess Douglas’: ability to sequence events. 15.)Dramatizing and playacting engages language skills in children by: remembering sequencing of events, listening, and learning speech lines. 16.)Educators aware of brain-based learning strategies suggest that when presenting flannel board activities one should remember that: story pieces should be colorful and contrast with a background. 17.)Evidence indicates that early awareness of rhyme and nursery rhyme knowledge facilitate literacy acquisition and is a significant predictor of later progress in reading and: storytelling.
Early Childhood Literacy E13 Online Exam 5 Answers Red = Wrong Answers speaking. 18.)Flannel board pieces made of colorful felt may get wrinkled or squeezed with heavy child use and can be restored with a: warm iron. 19.)Giving teapots life in poetry is an example of: personification. 20.)“Humpty Dumpty” and “Little Miss Muffet” are examples of: nursery rhymes. 21.)In simple dramatizations, the text recommends that children: begin acting by being narrators. 22.)Joaquin’s hamster died. He was very upset about it at school so his teacher read The Tenth Good Thing About Barney to him. She was using a technique called: bibliotherapy. 23.)Memorizing a story word for word: None of the above 24.)“Michael is a giant,” is an example of: a metaphor. 25.)Most good stories end with: a quick, satisfying conclusion. 26.)Mother Goose poems typically have: strong rhythm and cadence. 27.)Mr. Howard is busy preparing his puppet area. The best way for him to store the puppets is: on a shoe rack.
- Fall '16
- Poetry, Early Childhood Literacy, Childhood Literacy E13