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14.)Mislearning causes much undesirable behavior. Sometimes mislearning is caused by accidental reinforcement of inappropriate behavior and sometimes mislearning is caused by:inappropriate role models.15.)Mr. White hears Brian loudly yelling across the room for his friend James. Mr. White quietly walks over to Brian and whispers to him the rule about quiet voices inside. Mr. White knows thatthe noise level in the classroom has been elevated lately, mainly due to him becoming rather relaxed about talking loudly himself. To help Brian and the other children correct these behaviors, which one of the related solutions below would be best?Model desired behavior16.)Mrs. Brown is feeling a bit irritated by the noise level in her 1st grade classroom. She put all of the students into cooperative groups to work on a social studies project. The room is slightly more noisy then she likes, but when she looks around she sees that all of the children are engaged in active learning and all of the groups are being productive. What might be the best solution to Mrs. Brown’s problem?Change adult expectations17.)Ms. Wiggs is trying to read a story about elephants before her first grade class leaves that morning for a trip to the local zoo. The children have already sat through calendar and weather time, as well as a sharing time on what they would see at the zoo that day. The children are starting to get restless and some are poking at each other. Mrs. Wiggs is beginning to lose her patience. What is the possible cause of the children’s behavior?Inappropriate adult expectations18.)Sierra, a kindergarten student, is no longer willing to share anything aloud at circle time. She has become withdrawn and sad. Her parents have recently separated, and are fighting over custody.