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Social understanding topics and activities for young children:
 
  A. tend to be so sensitive that teachers rarely include them in the curriculum.
  B. avoid discussion about gender roles.
  C. might discuss the illness of a family member.
  D. none of the above

Question 2

Affective development with social understanding may offer children opportunities to:
 
  A. understand themselves, their families, and their communities.
  B. acquire prosocial skills.
  C. become responsible and caring citizens.
  D. all of the above

Question 3

Creative dramatics in early childhood programs:
 
  A. includes two categories, dramatic play and sociodramatics.
  B. consistently refers to pretending, imagining, and playing.
  C. offers young children experiences only in the area of dramatic play.
  D. rarely provides young children with opportunities to develop skills besides play behaviors.

Question 4

Appreciation of art:
 
  A. limits experiences to art materials in programs for young children.
  B. offers school-age children an understanding of design; a topic that is not appropriate for early childhood curriculum.
  C. extends childrens experiences to see beauty in nature, their communities, and within their cultures.
  D. may not include an activity about ancient art work, a topic beyond preschools cognitive understanding.

Question 5

Aesthetic development with art is valuable because:
 
  A. appropriate art activities encourage relaxation, exploration, and pleasure.
  B. children benefit when activities are soothing.
  C. concepts in other curriculum areas develop while children enjoy aesthetic activities.
  D. all of the above

Question 6

Early care and learning programs are generally the first group situation outside the family and home and allow children:
 
  A. to function best in large groups.
  B. to interact in environments different from their own communities.
  C. to gain a sense of community.
  D. to develop skills whenever they arrive with abilities to cooperate.
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Ans. to #1

ANS: C

Ans. to #2

ANS: D

Ans. to #3

ANS: B

Ans. to #4

ANS: C

Ans. to #5

ANS: D

Ans. to #6

ANS: C
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