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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Sorry the answer is A

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
B.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The stage described by Erik Erikson as most commonly seen in seven-year-old children is  A. initiative vs. guilt. B. industry vs. inferiority. C. trust vs. mistrust. D. autonomy vs. shame and doubt.  Is the answer C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
A child caregiver who is using the statement, "Say please," is practicing _______ socialization. A. external B. internal C. intentional D. unintentional

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
It's A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
So the answer is C & not D

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is at the base of the quality pyramid?  A. Procedures B. Health C. Safety D. Environment  D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Thank you Ms.Sue :)

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Ok thank you

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
_______ proposed that much of a child's learning comes from modeling the behavior of others.  A. Howard Gardner B. Jean Piaget C. Albert Bandura D. Robert Havighurst C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is the most accurate statement about separation anxiety? A. Separation anxiety usually appears the age of two months. B. Separation anxiety is usually outgrown in infancy. C. Separation anxiety is an affliction that should be treated with antidepressant ...

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits child care centers from discriminating against children based on which of the following? A. Economic or social status B. Race, religion, or gender C. Hearing impairment, blindness, or learning disability D. Political beliefs B

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Thank you Ms.Sue

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Parents, peers, media, teachers, and religious leaders are all examples of A. agents of socialization. B. moral virtue. C. recipients of socialization. D. internalized conversation B.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following exhibits adult supervision with full accountability? A. In-home care or out-of-home care in a center with a child and youth leader B. Sending a child to lessons or other youth groups to be looked after C. Self-care for the child in his or her own home ...

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is at the base of the quality pyramid? A. Procedures B. Health C. Safety D. Environment D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Is it C?

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The stage described by Erik Erikson as most commonly seen in seven-year-old children is A. initiative vs. guilt. B. industry vs. inferiority. C. trust vs. mistrust. D. autonomy vs. shame and doubt. D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
A child caregiver who is using the statement, "Say please," is practicing _______ socialization.  A. external B. internal C. intentional D. unintentional  C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Research suggests that every youngster should receive emotional support from at least three A. legal guardians. B. peers. C. school friends. D. nonparental adults. D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Lawrence Kohlberg created the preconventional, conventional, and postconventional levels in _______ development. A. physical B. social C. cognitive D. moral D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
A child caregiver who is using the statement, "Say please," is practicing _______ socialization. A. external B. internal C. intentional D. unintentional C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
In Denmark, twenty percent of children aged 7-10 attend leisure homes, known in that country as A. fritidshjem. B. barunban. C. karubu katsud. D. crèches. A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Ok. Thank you

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Children create _______ when they talk about certain kinds of information many times. A. motivations B. cultural schemas C. attitudes D. socialization strategies D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
B. Knowledge

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
To determine if you're good fit as a leader in school-age settings, the characteristic(s) that you'll need to examine include personality, temperament, skills, and A. social class. B. knowledge. C. musicianship. D. financial history. A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The term distal supervision means  A. supervision by a nonworking parent. B. a lack of supervision. C. self-supervision. D. supervision from a distance.  Is this answer C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
If relative care is not an option for a family, a live-in solution may be care by a A. teenager. B. peer. C. Nanny D. Neighbor C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
People who understand the characteristics of children at various ages are more likely to develop activities and experiences for them that are A. within time constraints. B. easy to do. C. developmentally appropriate. D. educational. D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Is the answer c?

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The term distal supervision means A. supervision by a nonworking parent. B. a lack of supervision. C. self-supervision. D. supervision from a distance. Is this answer D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Thank you

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The traditional term latchkey children refers to A. children who know how to properly use house keys. B. children who are between the ages of six and twelve. C. the key that children carry to open their door latch. D. the ability to be left alone at home. D.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Which of the following is most likely to be a result of a school-age child left unattended at home? A. Loss of friendships B. Obesity C. Psychological harm D. Inability to complete homework assignments C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Thank you very much

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Is it A?

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Being able to balance one's checkbook is an example of a _______ skill. A. psychological B. physical fitness C. domestic D. social B.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Erik Erikson uses what mechanism to describe the stages in his psychosocial theory? A. Growth charts B. Problems C. Conflicts D. Levels

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
According to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, trying to earn respect, approval, and success are part of which level of the pyramid? A. Safety needs B. Survival needs C. Esteem needs D. Physiological needs C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
C.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
Voters have been historically unwilling to underwrite a school-age child care system because A. recently immigrated families had more extended support and could take care of their children themselves. B. they believed that child care was the responsibility of families. C. they...

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
_______ proposed that much of a child's learning comes from modeling the behavior of others. A. Howard Gardner B. Jean Piaget C. Albert Bandura D. Robert Havighurst B.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
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Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
To create effective and attractive programs for children, most activities should be A. focused on academic learning. B. self-selected. C. traditional games. D. similar to those experienced during the school day. A.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
The answer is B.

Theories and issues in working with school-age chi
According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, which of the following is a false statement? A. Boys are more likely than girls to fail or drop out of school. B. When it comes to grades and homework, boys outperform girls in elementary, secondary, high school, ...

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To learn to respect others and develop healthy relationships, children need to A. be told what to think. B. develop strong self-esteem. C. learn to gain control over other children. D. confront people with different ideas.  The answer is B.

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celebrating Diversity
Is it B?

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Understanding culture is critical for anyone who works with young children because A. the children in our care most often have the same cultural beliefs as we do. B. our cultural beliefs effect every interaction that we have. C. we want children to subscribe to the same ...

celebrating Diversity
When do children begin to notice differences in gender, race, and ability? A. Only when adults make them aware of these differences B. From 8 10 years old. C. During the preschool years D. From the moment they're born This answer is C.

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Which one of the following is not a game designed for helping children with language learning? A. Jumping Fun B. Crack the Whip C. Shopping Game D. Follow the Leader B is the answer.

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Is it C.

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Which one of the following qualities do not help children assess situations and assist them in interactions with others? A. Strong self esteem B. Respect for the view point of others C. Closed-mindedness D. Flexibility   A is the answer 

celebrating Diversity
Which one of the following qualities do not help children assess situations and assist them in interactions with others? A. Strong self esteem B. Respect for the view point of others C. Closed-mindedness D. Flexibility  A is the answer

celebrating Diversity
Which one of the following qualities do interactions with others? A. Strong self esteem B. Respect for the view point of others C. Closed-mindedness D. Flexibility A is the answer

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One of the children in your care asks, "Why can't Sonya walk?" in reference to a four-year-old child with cerebral palsy. The best response is A."It doesn't matter, she's still our friend, right?" B."She can't walk, but she can talk and...

celebrating Diversity
It's ok :)

celebrating Diversity
To say that all African Americans are fast runners is an example of  A. sexism. B. ableism. C. ageism. D. stereotyping.  D is my Answer.

celebrating Diversity
A basketball team depends on the many talents of its players. This is an example of  A. multiculturalism. B. inclusion. C. tolerance. D. diversity.  D is my answer.

celebrating Diversity
You come across a book in which a young girl is discouraged from auditioning for the role of Peter Pan because she's black and female. Her mother and grandmother help her find the courage to succeed. This is an a example of a book that would help promote respect by ...

celebrating Diversity
A basketball team depends on the many talents of its players. This is an example of A. multiculturalism. B. inclusion. C. tolerance. D. diversity. D is my answer.

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You overhear a group of children saying, "Girls can't be truck drivers." The most appropriate response is to A. redirect them to another activity. B. stage a competition between the boys and the girls. C. ignore them; kids will be kids. D.use the opportunity to ...

celebrating Diversity
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To encourage positive selfesteem, you should A. encourage competition between boys and girls. B. provide opportunities for success. C. compare children to one another. D. persuade all students to be the best they can be. B is my answer.

celebrating Diversity
An important step in reducing bias is to A. avoid children's questions about differences. B. help children choose the right friends. C.provide children with appropriate models. D. reinforce media messages. C is my answer.

celebrating Diversity
One of the children in your care asks, "Why can't Sonya walk?" in reference to a fouryear with cerebral palsy. The best response is A. "It doesn't matter, she's still our friend, right?" B."She can't walk, but she can talk and laugh ...

celebrating Diversity
To say that all African Americans are fast runners is an example of A. sexism. B. ableism. C. ageism. D. stereotyping. D is my Answer.

celebrating Diversity
Julie has a speech delay and is often shy with other children. The group activities is to A. provide an art activity for Julie and two to three other children. B. provide her with some books to read while you work with the other children. C. let her watch an educational video...

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Which of the following is the language? A. best way to help children in your care who are learning English as a second A. Vary greetings to introduce more vocabulary. B.Speak very loudly, but stop talking if there's no response. C. Don't call attention to the child'...

celebrating Diversity
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Children with special needs may have delays or be slow to progress in one or more areas. They A.usually require special equipment to help them move around. B. need opportunities to interact with nondisabled children. C. have difficulty fitting in with other children. D. are ...

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To welcome a child who doesn't speak English, it would be appropriate to A. ask the child to repeat words. B. Tell the child not to speak in his or her native tongue. C. Speak very loudly. D. Allow the child time to observe and listen. D is my answer.

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What is one of the biggest challenges faced by child care providers? A. Meeting the individual needs of children on a daily basis B. Finding time for snack and nap times during the course of each day C. Learning and remembering each child's name and social security number ...

celebrating Diversity
To learn to respect others and develop healthy relationships, children need to A. be told what to think. B. develop strong self-esteem. C. learn to gain control over other children. D. confront people with different ideas. Answer is D

celebrating Diversity
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celebrating Diversity
Books that promote tolerance include A. male and female heroes. B. racist beliefs. C. sexist attitudes. D. stereotyped characters. A.

celebrating Diversity
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Introducing children to a male nurse could help to diminish A. racism.B. self-esteem.C. sexism.D. ageism. C.

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A consistent approach to guidance means that  A. all children should be expected to reach the four goals of guidance. B. all staff members should deal with misbehavior in the same way. C. caregivers should be role models for the children to follow. D. no individual ...

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D.

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The style of adult-child interaction that promotes self-esteem and self-control is A. authoritarian.B. authoritative.C. permissive.D. friendly. A.

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A child is more likely to develop a sense of independence if he or she is given A. discipline.B. time-out.C. choices.D. consistent care. A.

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A.

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Children who experience many authoritarian interactions with adults are more likely to A. suffer from anxiety and depression.B. have high self-esteem.C. be goal oriented. B.

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Is it C

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