Memorizing a story word for word None of the above 24Michael is a giant is an

Memorizing a story word for word none of the above

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23.)Memorizing a story word for word: 24.)“Michael is a giant,” is an example of: 25.)Most good stories end with: 26.)Mother Goose poems typically have: 27.)Mr. Howard is busy preparing his puppet area. The best way for him to store the puppets is: 28.)Mrs. Rogers wants to improve her storytelling skills. Which one of the following would NOT be a good way to do this? 29.)Ms. Winters is selecting a picture book to share with her two-year-olds. She should try to select abook with: 30.)“Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers” is an example of: 31.)Picture books changed in the 1960s by: 32.)Poetry often builds its unique rhythm: 33.)Rhyme in poetry can occur: 34.)“She is sweet as pie,” is an example of: 35.)Sounds, stress, and pitch influence a poem’s: 36.)Sources for stories are: 37.)Storytelling may be difficult for some children because:
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Early Childhood Literacy E13 Online Exam 5 Answers Red = Wrong Answers 38.)Taking child dictation successfully involves being both: 39.)The first step in preparing a story is to: 40.)The format of a book does NOT include: 41.)The main goal in introducing children to poetry is:
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  • Poetry, Early Childhood Literacy, Childhood Literacy E13

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