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Would you please check these questions and my answers to make sure I have
chosen the most appropriate choice?


1. Prompting and cueing are:

A. not useful in learning social skills.

B. primarily verbal methods.

C. primarily physical methods.

D. used to guide a child toward mastery
of a task.

2. The most important reason for
prompting or cueing is to:

A. help the child become independent.

B. get the task accomplished.

C. encourage the child to ask for
help when needed.

D.show the child he is accepted.


3.Which one of the following statements
is the best example of descriptive
praise?

A. "I love your picture."
B. "Good job painting!"
C. "Tell me about your picture."
D. "You used all four colors to paint."


4. You sit next to a child who is
pulling blocks off the shelf.
You start stacking them and say,
"I'm putting this one on top. You
make one,too." You are using the
strategy of:

A. prompting
B. modeling
C. task analysis
D. observation


5. Preventive discipline:

A. includes using time-out

B. cannot be used with disruptive
children

C. requires planning in advance

D. requires training


6.Which of the following is NOT a
correct statement about free play time?

A. Children may need direction in
making choices.

B. Children can be taught how to play.

C. The classroom set-up affects
free play.

D. Children with disabilities are
unable to participate in free play.


Here is a list of my answers.
Please let me know which ones I have
wrong!

#1. (D) used to guide a child toward
mastery of a task.

#2. (A) help the child become
independent.

#3> (D) "You used all four colors
to paint."

#4. (A) prompting

#5. (C) requires planning in advance.

#6. (D) Children with disabilities are
unable to participate in free
play.

Please let me know the ones I have
wrong! Thank you!

All look fine to me except #4. I would say "modeling" for that one because the teacher is DOING the action as well as TELLING the student what she is doing.

=)

Five of your answers are correct! :-)

Let's look at number 4. Isn't this an example of modeling? The teacher is showing the child and explaining how to do a task.

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