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Stop reading and play an energetic game or sing an action song.11.)Mr. White is working on a cooking project with his first grade class. While some children chop apples with plastic knives, five children at a time are working with Mr. White to mix a piecrust. Each child at the table is getting a turn to mix the crust with their fingers. Molly is mixing when Kim gets impatient and pushes Molly to the side so she can have her turn. According to constructive discipline, what would be an appropriate consequence for Kim?Send Kim back to apple chopping and tell her she may return when she is ready to wait for her turn.12.)Mrs. Miller sees Brittany putting Legos from the manipulative shelf into her bookbag. According to constructive discipline, Mrs. Miller should:
give Brittany a chance to return the Legos on her own without confrontation.13.)Pam is throwing bits of paper at James during quiet reading time. She is a struggling reader and her teacher, Mrs. Johnson, can tell she is not able to read independently during this time. Mrs. Johnson could help Pam by:allowing Pam to read with a fifth grade buddy during reading time.14.)Preparing to meet long-term goals for children’s social and emotional development requires teachers to observe children’s behavior. The most common forms of observation for these purposes are written records, __________, event sampling, and time sampling.anecdotal note taking15.)Providing small child-sized pitchers for pouring juice and other child-sized materials can help children who are __________ immature be more successful in completing tasks.Physically16.)Real choices are:acceptable to the adult and desirable to the child.17.)Spencer, a three-year-old, is refusing to get dressed for the day. His mother, Melanie, is late for work already and she needs Spencer to cooperate. Which set of choices would be appropriate for Melanie to give Spencer that would meet his obvious need for power?“Which shirt are you going to wear today, the green or the blue?”18.)When children have arguments about sharing toys, it is usually because young children have:undeveloped social skills.19.)Which one of the following ideas will NOT help children to feel personal ownership in their classroom?Allowing a child to play with all of the blocks for 25 minutes each day20.)Which one of the following statements about lying is true?Young children often lie because they are confused between what is real and pretend.