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nmar nmar
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One way in which children can make the reality of frightening or stressful experiences more acceptable is to reenact them through
  a. self-protection programs.
  b. sociodramatic play.
  c. theater experiences.
  d. bibliotherapy.

Question 2

____ is a technique in which children are instructed to tense and relax various specified muscle groups in a systematic way.
  a. Imagery c. Progressive relaxation
  b. Coping style d. Poetry

Question 3

Bibliotherapy refers to
  a. library science.
  b. books that are used by therapists.
  c. the use of books that deal with emotionally sensitive topics in a developmentally appropriate way.
  d. any time teachers and children share a book-reading experience.

Question 4

One of the best ways of helping children reduce the effects of stress is to
  a. talk to their parents to encourage them not to get a divorce (or whatever the source of stress is for the children).
  b. structure a supportive, secure, consistent, developmentally appropriate early childhood program.
  c. tell the children that everything will be OK.
  d. be cheerful and not discuss the source of stress, to model that one should maintain a positive disposition in spite of problems.

Question 5

Children who, in spite of incredibly stressful lives, maintain an optimistic, healthy, and stable outlook are called
  a. affluent kids.
  b. vulnerable children.
   c. resilient children.
  d. easy children.

Question 6

A young child who has been under stress begins to bite her nails. This reaction can be classified as one related to
  a. feelings.
  b. thinking.
   c. action.
  d. body response.

Question 7

The two goals of NAEYCs recent position statement on Violence in the Lives of Children are
  a. to speak out against violence and to help families move out of inner cities.
  b. to decrease violence in childrens lives through advocacy and to enhance educators ability to help children and families cope with violence through improved professional practice.
  c. to lobby for welfare reform and for gun control.
  d. All of these answers.

Question 8

Teachers can help young children face their fears by
  a. telling them that only babies are afraid.
  b. encouraging them to express their fears and providing a safe, reassuring place where they can do so.
  c. discouraging them to discuss fears because such discussion will only heighten their anxiety.
  d. All of these answers.
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Ans. to #1

ANS: B

Ans. to #2

ANS: C

Ans. to #3

ANS: C

Ans. to #4

ANS: B

Ans. to #5

ANS: C

Ans. to #6

ANS: D

Ans. to #7

ANS: B

Ans. to #8

ANS: B
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nmar Author
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4 years ago
I know this sounds cliche, but I was thinking the same thing for each of these. Thanks for confirming Slight Smile
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4 years ago
I'm sure Wink Face Thanks for your honesty
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