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A classroom activity that requires children to find their name cards at Circle Time or on the Daily Duties chart affords an opportunity for:

A. the teacher to observe the child's active participation in classroom responsibilities.
B. noting the child's adjustment to mainstream expectations.
C. demonstrating the functional utility of reading and writing.
D. bridging the gap between home and school learning contexts.

I picked d.

  • childhood ed. -

    I suggest that C. is the better answer. When children find their name cards, they are seeing a functional use for reading.

  • childhood ed. -

    Huh? What does D have to do with it? How does home learning context have anything to do with circle time?

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