making an inference. being creative. who have a tendency to guess when they do not know. Question 16 5 / 5 points When a young preschooler utters words that are not readily understandable, it is probably NOT caused by an inability to: Question options: control the mouth and tongue. control breathing. understand speech patterns. hear subtle differences in speech.
Question 17 5 / 5 points In what order do the following often appear in preschoolers' past-tense speech development? I. Over-regularities. II. Learns both regular and irregular forms. III. Uses irregular tense endings correctly. IV. Forms an internal rule. Question options: III, I, II, IV IV, III, II, I III, IV, I, II IV, I, III, II Question 18 5 / 5 points A learning disability in language arts refers to significant difficulties in: Question options: listening. speaking. reading or writing. All of the above Question 19 0 / 5 points Most preschoolers' logic as expressed in their verbal statements is: Question options: immature but develops in kindergarten. faulty. logical considering their past experience. All of the above
Question 20 5 / 5 points Identification of hearing loss and subsequent help can significantly improve language and cognitive development if it takes place before __________ months of age. Question options: three six twelve eighteen
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