Early childhood educators rarely correct a young childs language errors because

Early childhood educators rarely correct a young

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10.)Early childhood educators rarely correct a young child’s language errors because they: 11.)English language preschool learners need: 12.)Federal legislation mandates that school district educators working with students with special needs must: 13.)Identification of hearing loss and subsequent help can significantly improve language and cognitive development if it takes place before __________ months of age. 14.)In what order do the following often appear in preschoolers’ past-tensespeech development? 15.)Most preschoolers can produce: 16.)Most preschoolers’ logic as expressed in their verbal statements is: 17.)Newer research suggests: 18.)One thing to expect in the make-believe play of older preschoolers is:
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  • Fall '16
  • U.S. Department of Education, Early Childhood Literacy, Childhood Literacy E13

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