The Teacher Aide in Early Childhood Education Prog
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Could you please help
2. One of the primary concerns of child advocacy groups is
A. the need to provide more supervisory care for children.
B. providing children with sports, games, and arts and
C. the problem of low wages for early childhood educators.
D. educational, health, and social services for high
14. Erik Erikson’s theories can help us understand the development of
A. the whole child.
B. social skills.
C. physical skills
D. emotional skills.
My answers are 2 B
I disagree with both of your answers.
There are many child advocacy groups -- each with its own agenda and primary focus. I believe all of those answers may be correct.
This article describes Erikson's theories.
Why I picked these answers are from my text
There are many organizations who are speaking out for
these disadvantaged children. These organizations, known as
child advocacy groups, make sure that the government and
other funding agencies are aware of the needs of the very
young child. They’re involved in improving the quality and
availability of educational, health, and social services for this
Remember from your previous studies that early childhood
encompasses two of Erik Erikson’s stages of emotional
development: autonomy vs. shame and doubt, and initiative
thats why i picked what I picked
Thank you for posting your text book information.
The passage talks about the needs of young, disadvantaged children. I think more supervised care is more important for these kids than arts, crafts, and sports.
14. You may be right about this one. However, as I understand Erikson, I believe he wrote more about the whole child than his emotional development.
2 -- I'd discount C and D, then, since they have to do with the adults and older students. Between A and B, which addresses this best? ~~> "improving the quality and availability of educational, health, and social services for this age group."
14 -- emotional development? Please re-read the answer choices.
thanks for your input
Thanks for your input