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orKayla has very low self-esteem. She misbehaves often and is rejected by other classmates. Her teacher, Mr. Vickers, has decided to work hard to give Kayla positive feedback whenever possible. What can Mr. Vickers expect to happen first when he begins this approach?Question options:havior will worsen.stop talking to Mr. Vickers.be kind to Mr. Vickers.cry frequently.When Jill plays board games with her preschool-aged sister, Karra, she notices that Karra keeps changing the rules so that she wins. Jill is getting frustrated which is leading toward conflict. ___________ is MOST likely contributing to Karra's problem.Question options:mntsmanship___________ sets the tone for the classroom.
Question options:environmenttitudechartNora has been to the clinic three days this week with a stomachache. The nurse lets her lie down for ten minutes and then Nora seems fine and heads back to class. Which of the following is MOST likely causing Nora's problem? Question options:h virushild upsetting herr attentionA goal should be for the child to become self-___________ at school, not simply to obey for a reward.Question options:
Prevention strategies will help about ____ percent of the children learn appropriate social skills.Question options:Teaching conflict resolution skills, appropriate methods for expressing emotions, and strategies for dealing with frustration is especially important for children who:Question options:rdeveloped communication skills.er care.abused.military families.According to your text, ______ percent of children who die fromabuse are under the age of 4.Question options:
Viewing children from a strengths-based perspective means:Question options:dren's strengths to plan the curriculum.strengths of some of the children to help others.n a child's abilities to succeed even in the face of adversity.ong speaking voice and firm actions to help guide behavior.Which of the following statements about community violence is NOT true?Question options:to parental conflict.hildren are fearful and anxious.hildren to want to have more friends.asing at an alarming rate.One way to prevent emotional outbursts and help children express how they feel is to:Question options:draw or write about their feelings.ly check-in board.
how they feel during snack time.g about feelings.Children undergo many significant changes in their daily life when their parents separate or divorce. These changes often leave children feeling less secure in their attachment to others, which often results in: Question options:lliness.s.bandonment.e classroom behavior.