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Groups of children can also participate in story telling through a.round-robin or sentenc

Groups of children can also participate in story telling through

a.round-robin or sentence stories.c.grab bag stories.

b.picture stories.d.All of these answers.

23.              When children enact a favorite story, it is best to

a.use a familiar story with repetitive dialogue and a strong action line.

b.use novel stories to interest the children. the children so that they learn their lines well.

d.take the lead role yourself so that the children have a model whose lead they can follow.

24.              Emergent literacy means that

a.children are gradually introduced to appropriate, high-quality literature.

b.literacy is taught to children in a formal setting once they demonstrate readiness.

c.children learn to read and write in a dynamic, ongoing manner, much as they learn to speak and understand oral language.

d.learning literacy skills is considered as a separate process from learning oral language skills.

25.              Young children’s awareness of writing as distinct from drawing can be seen in mock writing, which begins to emerge around

a.age two.c.age five.

b.age three.d.kindergarten age.

26.              Before children have learned to read, they begin to recognize

a.that print means something.

b.that there is a consistent relationship between the letters of the alphabet and words.

c.a variety of words, when these are presented in their appropriate context.

d.All of these answers.

27.              Learning to read and write is primarily a matter of

a.learning to recite the alphabet.

b.associating the appropriate sounds with letters.

c.practicing writing upper- and lowercase letters.

d.None of these answers.

28.              Literacy is best promoted through

a.a language-rich environment.

b.formalized reading classes.

c.individualized time spent by a teacher with each child, during which the teacher works on reading lessons with that child at his level of ability.

d.None of these answers.

29.              Young children gradually acquire audience awareness, which means that they

a.appreciate that the stories they tell or dictate are a form of communication that should make sense to others.

b.begin to learn acting skills.

c.learn to keep quiet when others are talking.

d.All of these answers.

30.              A program for school-age children

a.does not need too many books, because children already spend a lot of time in a formal school setting learning to read and write.

b.should provide an extension of the formal reading lessons they have in elementary school.

c.should provide many literacy activities and support that these are pleasurable.

d.should make sure that children complete homework related to reading and writing to reinforce the importance of literacy.

31.              Teachers can work with parents in promoting literacy development by sharing

a.children’s drawings, mock writing, and invented spelling and pointing out the progression of these.

b.the writings of experts about literacy development (for instance, the statement of the International Reading Association on this topic).

c.their own philosophy about a whole language approach to language and literacy development.

d.All of these answers.

32.              Aziza learns the word “ball” and calls everything round like a ball, even an orange, a ball. This is an example of



33.              A three-year-old has a vocabulary of _____ words.

a.900 to 1,000c.2,100 to 2,200

b.1,500 to 1,600d.300 to 500

34.              One method for a group of children to tell a story is called picture stories during which

a.children draw a picture about a story after the teacher reads it.

b.the teacher draws a picture about the child’s story.

c.a picture is selected from any source and children tell a story about the picture using their imagination.

d.all of the above

35.              Children who require extra help with literacy and language development may include children with

a.cognitive disabilities.c.speech or language impairments.

b.hearing impairments.d.All of these answers.

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