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A teacher notices that one student in her classroom is perpetually hoarse from speaking loudly. What action should she take?

▸ The teacher should remind the child to lower her voice when she yells or appears to be straining.

▸ The teacher should contact the parents to tell them the child has a physiological problem.

▸ The teacher should ask a speech/language pathologist to assess the child.

▸ The teacher should take no action, since the child may come from a cultural background where loud vocal tone is more common.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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