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Which of the following is not an appropriate technique for the assessment of preschool children?
A. Visual documentation through photos or videotaping
B. Play-based assessment
C. Written standardized tests
D. Child interviews

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    How many preschoolers do you know who can read a standardized test?

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    that would be c

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