ECE315 Week 3 – Quiz

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ECE315 Week 3 – Quiz

 

Question 1

 

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Of the following, the first to develop in the brain is the

 

Question 2

 

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Research done through the University of North Carolina showed strong IQ benefits in children who were provided all of the following interventions EXCEPT

 

Question 3

 

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Which of the following is NOT a recommendation from your text for boosting brain development in preschoolers?

 

Question 4

 

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“Negative” mapping discovered that language is

 

Question 5

 

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In the progression of concept formation, infants

 

Question 6

 

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Which of the following would NOT be typical for differences in gender?

 

Question 7

 

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According to the research performed to analyze monolingual and bilingual infants’ ability to make distinctions among phonemes, which group could not detect the phonemes of their language(s)?

 

Question 8

 

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Mario remembers the names of his students by associating their names with the names of famous people.  This technique best fits which of the following methods?

The answer can be found in Section 5.3, “Language and Memory” in Making Meaning, Making Sense:  Children’s Early Language Learning.

 

Question 9

 

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Research shows that bilingual children have an advantage over monolingual children when learning mathematics, especially

 

Question 10

 

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The benefits of play include all of the following EXCEPT

 

Question 11

 

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From the reading in Chapter 6, we know that cooing usually

 

Question 12

 

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Anticipation of routines demonstrates what type of development in infants?

 

Question 13

 

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We learned in our reading that babbling

 

Question 14

 

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The phrase “Watch Dora” to express a desire to see a favorite television show would be an example of which sentence type? (Found in table 6.3)

 

Question 15

 

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In comparison to mothers of infants with normal language development, mothers of language-delayed infants were more likely to

The answer can be found in Section 6.3, “From 1 to 2 Years” in Making Meaning, Making Sense:  Children’s Early Language Learning.

 

Question 16

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TRUE OR FALSE: Before the age of two, the speech of most children does not have grammatical morphemes?

 

Question 17

 

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Two-year olds’ use of prepositions in speech represents that they are starting to understand (refer to section 6.4):

 

Question 18

 

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Educators and parents should expect that children can start to understand and follow rules starting around age

 

Question 19

 

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Between the ages of four and five, most kids’ vocabularies

 

Question 20

 

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In the sentence “We can play with clay, okay Daddy?” the “okay Daddy” portion would be called a/an
The answer can be found in Section 6.6, “From 4 to 5 Years” in Making Meaning, Making Sense:  Children’s Early Language Learning.