COUC 502 Quiz 3

COUC 502 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Toddlers need about _____ hours of sleep per 24-hour period.
  2. Which of the following is not a possible cause for toddlers to struggle with social skills?
  3. By _____ months, a child can mold play dough, put round and square pegs into holes, and turn rotating handles.
  4. Early childhood educators tend to reflect more on up-to-date research and their training rather than reflecting on their own upbringing when suggesting disciplinary practices for toddlers’ parents.
  5. Symptoms of _____ in toddlers include severe distress, worry, or fear leading to impairment of functioning. These symptoms are often accompanied by headaches and nausea.
  6. A consistent routine at bedtime will lower stress levels and create steps that are anticipated by the toddler.
  7. _____ places emphasis on teaching and making children aware of the consequences for their actions.
  8. A major theme running through toddlerhood is the increasing movement toward _____, including mastery and control over oneself and one’s environment.
  9. During toddlerhood, children engage in _____ play, which is play in the presence of, rather than in interaction with, other children.
  10. Compared to infancy, physical development seems slow during the toddler years.
  11. Behavior problems in preschool children are unlikely determine their future socialization skills as they get older.
  12. Which of the following is not a sign of a great preschool, according to NAEYC?
  13. Preschool children with behavior problems are more likely to experience academic failure and drop out.
  14. Which of the following does not foster resilience?
  15. Children may experience peace of mind, self-regulation, and control over their environment during _____ play.
  16. Children with _____ have an impaired ability to relate socially to others.
  17. _____ is an empirically-based approach to eliminate challenging behaviors and replace them with positive social skills.
  18. Four- and five-year-olds think about cause and effect relationships and express these thoughts to others.
  19. Preschoolers can learn to interact with other people or develop socio-dramatic play when they are using interactive online games.
  20. The primary emphasis of treatment for _____ is the use of social learning theories that emphasize the crucial role that parenting style and discipline effectiveness play in determining a child’s social competence.

Set 2

  1. Between the ages of _____ and _____ months, in particular, most children dramatically increase their use of language.
  2. When children engage in _____ between the ages of 2 and 3, they learn basic social skills like compromise and mutual support.
  3. _____ places emphasis on teaching and making children aware of the consequences for their actions.
  4. During toddlerhood, children engage in _____ play, which is play in the presence of, rather than in interaction with, other children.
  5. Early childhood educators tend to reflect more on up-to-date research and their training rather than reflecting on their own upbringing when suggesting disciplinary practices for toddlers’ parents.
  6. A consistent routine at bedtime will lower stress levels and create steps that are anticipated by the toddler.
  7. As a counselor, you are mandated to report any reasonable suspicion of child abuse.
  8. By what age do children respond to directions, begin to use objects as tools, and solve simple problems such as using one object to reach another?
  9. The primary difference between abusive and nonabusive parents is the frequency and intensity with which parents direct negative behavior toward their child.
  10. _____ theory explains how individuals become gendered in society and how sex-linked characteristics are maintained by culture.
  11. _____ play is considered to be the most advanced form of social and symbolic play, when children engage in imitation, drama, and fantasy play together that often involves role playing.
  12. Children may experience peace of mind, self-regulation, and control over their environment during _____ play.
  13. A child’s intelligence and ability to regulate behavior are examples of _____, which can alter their responses to an environmental threat.
  14. Preschoolers’ thinking is _____ and _____.
  15. According to _____, females are typically less concerned with justice and more concerned with caring and preserving relationships when making a decision.
  16. When working with children exhibiting tantrum behavior or their parents, it is important to remember that the children are throwing tantrums on purpose.
  17. Which of the following does not foster resilience?
  18. Magical thinking and fantasies are common during toddlerhood, which leads to an increase in dramatic play.
  19. When engaging in _____ play, a child plays in a group that is organized for a purpose (i.e., making something, attaining a competitive goal, imitating adult life, formal games, etc.).
  20. Children with _____ have an impaired ability to relate socially to others.
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