Infants Toddlers and Caregivers Study Set 1

Psychology

Quiz 4 :
Play and Exploration As Curriculum

Quiz 4 :
Play and Exploration As Curriculum

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Which of the following does not support creating a curriculum out of play and exploration?
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Safety and learning through interactions are _____.
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B

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Timing and _____ are important skills for caregivers to acquire in order to facilitate infant-toddler social play.
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C

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Scaffolding is used to assist a child in problem solving.It is important _____.
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Happenings offer an experience that is reflective of an interest observed in infant-toddler interactions and play.How do happenings differ from activities?
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Free choice is _____.
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The problem of the match,as discussed by J.McVicker Hunt,is _____.
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Caregivers create curriculum out of play and exploration by
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What is free play and exploration?
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The act of children discovering and examining what is around them is called _____.
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Which of the following is NOT an adult role in infant-toddler play?
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An activity using the large muscles of the arms,legs,and trunk is known as a
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Which of the following statements best defines the term "environmental limit"?
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Caregivers can set up an environment to support play of infants and toddlers by
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Which of the following is a disadvantage of large playgroups?
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Early play and exploration provides an important foundation for later learning and understanding.
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Without safety,there is no free play.
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Adults within the wants-nothing mode with children are not doing anything and would be just as helpful if removed from the situation.
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Free play involves adults setting up activities with certain objectives and planning for controlled outcomes.
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The objectives and lessons that children create from free play are far less effective than those that adults create for children.
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