Early Child Ed.

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Would you please check these questions and my answers? If they are wrong--
please let me know.


1. Early childhood professionals know
that the beginning step in assisting
non-mainstream children to develop
literate style oral language is to:

A) identify receptive and expressive
language quotients.

B) identify and use communication
forms already familiar to the
child.

C) present mainstream vocabulary
through sight word cards.

D) model expected school language
for replication.



2. The best way to develop a child's
concept of linear sequencing in
a story structure is to:


A) have the child memorize and
recite nursery rhymes,such
as "Little Miss Muffet" in
perfect order.

B) encourage the child to forward
sequence the numerals 1-8.

C) have the child to place randomly
selected letters in alphabetical
order.

D) use phrases,such as "Once upon a
time," and "And then," and
"That's the end," as one reads
or tells a story.


3. To help their young child become
a literate person,primary caregivers
should:

A) teach the child to write his or
her name.

B) pay attention to the child's early
efforts at nonverbal communication.

C) limit television time to one hour
a day or less.

D) let their children see them
reading the newspaper and
watching public television.


Here are my answers. If they are wrong-
please let me know!


1. (B) identify and use communication
forms already familiar yo the
child.


2. (D) use phrases,such as "once upon
a time," "And then," and
"That's the end," as one reads
or tells a story.

3. (D) let their children see them
reading the newspaper and
watching public television.


(I am not real sure that I have
question #3 correct).


On question #3- my text states:

Preschool children whose parents read
to them,take them to the library,
provided alphabet books and discussed television shows were more likely to demostrate early literacy skills such as writing their name,writing letters,
and asking for help in reading signs.




Please Help!!

  • Early Child Ed. -

    I would agree with you on all of those.

  • Ms. Sue-- this is for you --please read this!!!!! -

    Since you have been helping me in my studies pretty much-- do you agree also that my answers are correct?

  • Ms. Sue-- this is for you --please read this!!!!! -

    Yes. I read your question and GuruBlue's answer shortly after she posted it. I agree with her. :-)

  • Early Child Ed. -

    8. The purpose of a home visit is to

    A. understand the interactions that go on at home between the child and the family.
    B. see if the child's family lives in an acceptable neighborhood.
    C. compare the child's actions with those of brothers and sisters.
    D. determine the income level of the child's family.

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