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7.Which one of the following conditions Fails to foster good communicative interaction in an early learning setting?

a. The teacher repeats every
thing a child says, but in the proper English form.

b. At least during the time the child is in the early care environment, the teacher models Standard English

c. The teacher offers daily opportunities for each child to speak.

d.The teacher provides a variety of stimulating opportunities for children to practice with children and adults in the early care environment.

would A be appropriate

10. For children who are learning English as a second language, context embedded activities enhance:

a. written language

b. child-child socialization

c. vocabulary development

d. assimilation into mainstream culture.

Would B be the correct choice

  • edu -

    I agree with both your answers.

  • edu -

    Which statements best express the strategy of semantic extension?

    a. The teacher uses redundancy to teach new vocabulary

    b. A mother says the same word twice in succession when speaking to her child

    c. Semantic extension involves the repetition of words & sentences, recasting them in different forms.

    d. a teacher builds on a child's verbal facility by lengthening sentence structure

    Would the correct answer be D.

    2. During a class finger painting
    activity,Doresha appeared perplexed
    by the teacher's question,
    "What are you doing, Doresha?"
    Doresha did not respond quickly
    or with ease. Which one of the
    following could NOT be a reason
    why this eventcast posed a concern
    for her?

    A) Doresha is from a mainstream
    culture.

    B) Describing an action is not
    practiced in her home or by
    her friends.

    C) Asking someone to explain an
    action the questioner is witnessing
    is considered disrespectful.

    D) The use of language for labeling
    an event or something obvious is
    unusual in most cultures.

    Am stuck between C and D

  • edu -

    I'm not sure, but I believe your first answer is right.

    The second one is probably C.

  • edu -

    10. For children who are learning English as a second language, context embedded activities enhance:

    a. written language

    b. child-child socialization

    c. vocabulary development

    The emphasis here is on "who are learning English as a second language" -- therefore the answer is C.

  • edu -

    You need to re-think the answer to the first question in your second set. Remember the connection between "semantics" and "vocabulary" in learning a new language.

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