The children are starting to get restless and some are poking at each other Mrs

The children are starting to get restless and some

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as a sharing time on what they would see at the zoo that day. The children are starting to get restless and some are poking at each other. Mrs. Wiggs is beginning to lose her patience. What is the possible cause of the children’s behavior? A. Lack of social skills B. Inappropriate adult expectations C. Unmet emotional needs D. Lack of understanding
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Question 11 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Points If a child is perfectly content with a situation and the teacher is the unhappy one, it is likely the teacher owns the problem. When this is the case, the approaches a teacher can take are to express “I messages,” change expectations, change the environment, remove himself/herself, or: A. get outside help. B. use related consequences. C. change the curriculum. D. model the desired behavior. Question 12 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points Perspective-taking requires a combination of communication and __________ skills. A. physical
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B. social C. developmental D. logico-mathematical Question 13 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points Darcy and Chloe have spent most of the morning building a large road and bridge leading from the block center to the book corner. The other students have made several comments about the “cool” bridge, asking if they can help build. Mrs. Harold has insisted that the blocks must be moved back to the block area. Chances are this is __________ problem. A. Mrs. Harold’s B. Darcy’s C. Chloe’s D. no one’s
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Question 14 of 20 5.0/ 5.0 Points When exercising your judgment in a discipline situation, which should you do first? A. Ask yourself, “What else do I know about this child?” B. Ask yourself, “What are my goals for discipline?” C. Count to 10. D. Remove the child from the situation. Question 15 of 20 0.0/ 5.0 Points Kyle, a two and a half-year-old, is stacking blocks in the block center. Karen is playing beside him with some large cars. As their teacher Melanie watches, Karen rolls her car into Kyle’s tower causing it to fall. Kyle hits Karen causing her to cry. Kyle’s behavior is most likely due to which of the
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