Pale apathetic children who tire quickly and catch colds easily may suffer from

Pale apathetic children who tire quickly and catch

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Question 20 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsPale, apathetic children who tire quickly and catch colds easily may suffer from:
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A. chronic fatigue syndrome.B. leukemia.C. low blood pressure.D. an iron deficiency. Part 2 of 2 - 32.5/ 50.0 Points Question 21 of 402.5/ 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:
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Question 22 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsAccording to Erikson, in our society this stage is characterized by a child determining whether people can be depended on and whether the child can depend on himself or herself. The name of this stage is:
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Question 23 of 400.0/ 2.5 PointsHaving a child decide when to return to the group after being removed: Question 24 of 402.5/ 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 being defiant and trying to get away with things. The name of this stage is:
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A. trust versus mistrust.B. autonomy versus shame and doubt.C. initiative vs. shame and doubt.D. industry vs. inferiority. Question 25 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsAccording to Erikson, in our society this stage is characterized by mastering the skills necessary for success in society. Children in this stage have increased self-discipline and perseverance at tasks. The name of this stage is:
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Question 26 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsRiley needed the yellow crayon. She reached over and grabbed it from Samantha and the crayon broke. Riley’s teacher said, “That wasn’t a very good idea, was it? Now the crayon is broken and Samantha is angry with you. The next time you need something that someone has, what could you do instead of grabbing it?” Riley can now understand the teacher’s question and discuss possible alternate actions with her. Riley is probably about age:
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