rule governed often stereotyped All of the above Question 11 5 5 points Speech

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rule-governed. often stereotyped. All of the above Question 11 5 / 5 points
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Speech that is spoken rapidly and seems incomplete or jerky, slurred, spoken in bursts, and difficult to understand may be defined as __________ speech. Question options: cluttered intoned receptive accented Question 12 5 / 5 points The wind blows the door shut, and the children insist another teacher or a mother closed the door. This is an example of children: Question options: being humorous. making an inference. being creative. who have a tendency to guess when they do not know. Question 13 5 / 5 points When a young preschooler utters words that are not readily understandable, it is probably NOT caused by an inability to: Question options: control the mouth and tongue. control breathing. understand speech patterns. hear subtle differences in speech. Question 14 5 / 5 points Creative speech for preschoolers evident in group play may include: Question options: role-playing.
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imitating a cartoon character. making up a silly saying and repeating it. All of the above Question 15 5 / 5 points A child just beginning to use forms of the verb to be is probably a: Question options: two-year-old.
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