When children are learning to be storytellers themselves while parents become

When children are learning to be storytellers

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146.When children are learning to be storytellers themselves while parents become active listeners, they are engaging in a __________ of reading.A. describer styleB. dialogic styleC. comprehender style97
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D. linquistic styleEssay Questions147.The Millers are concerned about their baby girl. She has no notable physical defects, but she is the Miller’s third child and even though she is only three weeks old, they feel that things are just “not right.”Describe the tests available to the Millers that will help them to evaluate their daughter’s cognitive development.Demonstrate how each of the measures assesses different qualities that we define as important in cognitive functioning.Compare the advantages and disadvantages of each measure and explain their predictive value.148.Researchers believe that there is a great deal of plasticity in the cognitive development of infants and young children.Summarize the research that has been revealed about brain development and its relationship to cognitiveskills in infantsExplain and give examples of how social interaction with parents and caregivers contributes to cognitivedevelopment.98
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