Question 7 5 5 points If preschoolers are arguing over the right way to say

Question 7 5 5 points if preschoolers are arguing

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Question 7 5 / 5 points If preschoolers are arguing over the right way to say something grammatically: Question options: let them work it out or ask you about it. step in and ask if they want your opinion. make a note to emphasize the grammatically correct form during a later activity. All of the above Question 8 5 / 5 points When a teacher notices that the children do not understand a new word he has used, he can: Question options: say it louder and more clearly. drop it from his vocabulary until the children can understand it. write it on the chalkboard and discuss it with them. define the word using terms children understand. Question 9 0 / 5 points
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Standards used in preschools are designed to: Question options: clarify what exactly what will be taught. increase children's achievement and prepare preschoolers for kindergarten. ensure accountability for public money spent. All of the above Question 10 5 / 5 points Activities such as asking a child, "Which word does not belong: cat, hat, bat, ham, sat?" encourages children to have: Question options: initial sound recognition. alliteration. rhyming skills. phonemic awareness. Question 11 0 / 5 points The periodic assessment of preschool children's abilities is: Question options: acceptable to early childhood educators.
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