23 When a child can attend to all the states of an object from the beginning to

23 when a child can attend to all the states of an

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23. When a child can attend to all the states of an object from the beginning to the end and notice the changes, it is called: C. transformation. 24. Maggie, who was turning four, had her birthday party at a local restaurant. A guest at the party was dressed up as a large mouse. Some of the younger children began to cry and ran to their parents. The older children ran up to the mouse and patted it, smiling. This is an example of: D. identity constancy. 25. The __________ theory explains learning as receiving information through the senses and then processing that information for use.
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B. bioecological 26. A model of the information-processing theory that centers on children's attention level rather than aspects of memory is: C. levels-of-processing. 27. NOT considered a cause for concern in preschool children, the printing of letters or words in reverse is called: B. reversals. 28. A writing system that associates the phonemes of oral language with letters of the alphabet is called: C. the alphabetic principle. 29. Writing that young children create based on their perceptions of sound-symbol relationships is called: D. invented spelling. 30. Conventional spelling that young children learn through direct instruction is called: B. public spelling. 31. When children talk about their writing, what they have discussed, or their scripts, they are engaging in: A. metacommunication. B. reversals. C. WRONG cognition discussion. D. alphabetic principle. 32. Which of the following is a set of large muscle fundamental movements? C. Walking, running, climbing 33. Perceptual motor development is dependent upon: B. maturation and experience. 34. The components of perceptual motor development are: A. sensory and kinesthetic. 35. While each meal must provide adequate nutrients, perhaps the most important meal to consider if school performance is to be optimum is: D. breakfast.
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36.Bouncing a ball is an example of which type of movement? D. Manipulative 37. According to Gallahue's model, the development of fundamental movement skills relies on: C. instruction and practice. 38. As children enter the primary grades, __________ becomes an important small motor skill. B. handwriting 39. During ages six through eight, one development in gender identity and gender-role behaviors is the child's emerging interest in topics related to: D. sex and procreation. 40. A child who has poor articulation, complains of dizziness, and daydreams often may be showing signs of: B. hearing impairment.
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