Posted by Ms. Sue-- this is for you---please read and help!! on Friday, November 9, 2007 at 9:36pm.
Is "B" the best answer for this question?
Language prompts used by low-income
caregivers reveal a need for training
A) approaches for eliciting referential
language and labels.
B) expanding question formats to obtain
a child's elaborations and predictions
C) strategies for increasing frequency
of story-reading events.
D) ways of modeling reading to instill
a sense of pleasure in the activity.
Early Child Ed. - Ms. Sue, Friday, November 9, 2007 at 9:45pm
Yes. (B) is the best answer.
But I must object to the question. It assumes that "low-income" care givers have a language deficiency. Although that is true for many of them, it's not true for all of them.
Early Child Ed. - dawn, Friday, November 9, 2007 at 11:17pm
I am a caregiver ( teacher)for toddlers in a center . I do not get paid much for all my years of experience but I do not have a Lang. deficiency. i am going to school to become a school teacher for better money.