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A preschool child able to express himself well and who listens well will probably find these skills aid his progress in kindergarten.
 
  a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Question 2

Renee wants to help five-year-old Otis improve his ability to skip. What is the best way for her to do this?
 
  a. Wait for him to try skipping and then imitate his movements.
  b. Give him verbal instructions while watching him try to skip.
  c. Stand facing him and demonstrate how to skip.
  d. Hold his hand and skip slowly beside him while describing the motion.

Question 3

A common goal in many preschool programs is to help the children learn Standard English.
 
  a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Question 4

Which of the following should be done when incorporating cues in a dance activity for children?
 
  a. Explain why a cue is needed for the performance and the purpose of it in the dance. b. Demonstrate the cues and then begin the activity before they forget.
  c. Invent new cues to match each new movement activity.
  d. If children fail to follow the cues, change them to something simpler.

Question 5

A center's identification of goals for literacy instruction is unimportant.
 
  a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Question 6

Which of the following activities promote one-on-one correspondence in young children?
 
  a. Play a lullaby and rock an infant to the rhythm.
  b. Having children imagine they are inside a space bubble and try to touch the top, sides, and bottom. c. Have children follow directions such as wave one hand or touch both ears.
  d. Place a rope on the floor and have children jump over it.

Question 7

Many educators fear that some early childhood programs can be so focused on pre-reading skill development that they omit child dramatic play and other child play activities.
 
  a. True
  b. False
  Indicate whether the statement is true or false

Question 8

Six-year-old Fila can skip on her tiptoes. During an activity when the group is pretending to be butterflies, the teacher notices that she is both skipping on her toes and waving her arms like wings. What assessment should the teacher make of her skipping?
 
  a. She is at the level of control in skipping.
  b. She is at the level of precontrol in skipping. c. She is at the level of utilization in skipping.
  d. She is at the level of proficiency in skipping.
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Ans. to #1

TRUE

Ans. to #2

d

Ans. to #3

TRUE

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a

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FALSE

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c

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TRUE

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d

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