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D. gets ready to move on to the stage of autonomy versus shame and doubt. Question 33 of 400.0/ 2.5 PointsOne practical tension-relieving activity to use when children are acting restless is to offer them something to eat or drink. Another is to:A. read the child a book. B. sing the child a song. C. take the child outside. D. take the child to the toilet. Question 34 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsThe teacher who tells a small wrongdoer he will have to sit on the quiet chair until lunchtime is: A. fostering the growth of autonomy and independence in the child.
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B. making the punishment fit the crime. C. going to be disliked by that child later on. D. depriving the child of the chance to assume responsibility for himself. Question 35 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsReaddick’s and Chapman’s research on children’s views of time out revealed that while in time out, the majority of the children:A. felt disliked by their teacher. B. felt isolated. C. were not asked to decide for themselves when they were ready to return. D. a, b, and c are correct Question 36 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsOne of the best times of the day to promote feelings of home and family is:A. rest time. B. play time.
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C. mealtime. D. group time. Question 37 of 40 2.5/ 2.5 PointsAccording to the research of Piotrowski and Hoot, it is important to deal with bullying behavior early on because:A. if bullying behavior continues families will remove their children from the program. B. if bullying behavior continues it can translate into more serious criminal acts. C. if bullying behavior continues it can have permanently damaging effects on the child who is targeted. D. Both b and c are correct Question 38 of 40 2.5/ 2.5 PointsIn situations when a child needs frequent reminding and physical restraint, the pattern of intervention by a teacher should include all of the following EXCEPT:A. dismissal from the classroom. B. a statement of the child’s feelings. C. a statement of what the child can or cannot do.
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D. a clear reason for the restraint. Question 39 of 40 2.5/ 2.5 PointsStriking a bargain with another child instead of grabbing something is an example of:A. coping by means of regressing to less mature behavior. B. doing what the teacher wants. C. using an alternative way of getting what one wants. D. avoiding reality. Question 40 of 40 2.5/ 2.5 PointsAccording to Erikson, in our society this stage occurs during the same period that toilet training takes place. It is characterized by a drive to become independent and to be assertive. Children who are deprived of reasonable opportunities to assert their independence may respond by beingdefiant and trying to get away with things. The name of this stage is:A. trust versus mistrust. B. autonomy versus shame and doubt. C. initiative vs. shame and doubt. D. industry vs. inferiority.
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