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Teaching in Early Childhood Programs,

Trey is a four-year-old with Down syndrome in your class. To support him in cleaning up his space after
snack, which of the following should you avoid doing?
A. Repeat expectations, such as "Your napkin goes in the trash."
B. Conceal your feelings about the importance of cleaning up.
C. Move the trashcan closer to his seat.
D. Accept and acknowledge that he throws away his napkin, even if he leaves his cup on the table.

my answer is a.or d.

I need help...

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  1. Why would you NOT do a or d?

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  2. after reading again I think the answer is d.

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  3. Goodness! Does your book say that you shouldn't praise him?

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  4. Most Downs syndrome children do not have significant mobility problems, so I see no reason to move the trash can closer to him.

    However, your book might emphasize being calm around children, so you shouldn't be hysterical about wanting everything pristinely clean.

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  5. I don't know the answer

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  6. in your opinion the answer would be b.

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  7. I just gave you the answer.

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  8. thanks for everything

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  9. You're welcome.

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