Early childhood educators rarely correct a young childs language errors because

Early childhood educators rarely correct a young

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Early childhood educators rarely correct a young child's language errors because they: Question options: stop the child from speaking.
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ncerned with meaning and intent.rained.hey will sound like they are focused on corrections. In what order do the following often appear in preschoolers' past-tensespeech development?I. Over-regularities.II. Learns both regular and irregular forms.III. Uses irregular tense endings correctly.IV. Forms an internal rule. Question options: A preschooler with a vocabulary of about 4,000 words would be considered: Question options: eloper. ced. delayed.
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At three years of age, most children can: Question options: and dialogue. advanced, productive vocabulary of 2,400 words. ntence of six words or more. e above Preschoolers use self talk to: Question options: thers of their ideas a secret te new ideas to others. actions. 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: Most preschoolers' logic as expressed in their verbal statements is: Question options:
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Stubbornness, a lack of interest, and a learning disability may all be indicators of: 90 / 100 - 90 %
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