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Use of referential language to personalize a shared adult-child experience is best understood as:

A)using specific names of things and actions during a teachable moment.
B)verbiage specific to a particular culture.
C)using general or nonspecific language during a teachable moment.
D)a mismatch between home and school.
i think A or B..... please help thanks

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  1. I think A is correct.

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  3. I am reminded of Anne Sullivan: A) worked for Ms Sullivan, it started with "water"

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