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CHFD212 Final Exam (APUS)

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CHFD212 Final Exam (APUS)

Question 1 of 50

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Infant and toddler curriculum is a course of study based on

 

A.goals and prerequisites

B.goals and dreams

C.goals and philosophy

D.goals and objectives

Question 2 of 50

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The majority of people place children in child care because

 

A.child care is safer than their home

B.parents need leisure time

C.parents need to go to work

D.parents don't like being parents

Question 3 of 50

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One function of designing a curriculum for child care is so that

 

A.parents can contribute to the decisions on the curriculum

B.parents don't need to be involved in planning activities for their children

C.parents get a discount for being at meetings

D.none of the above

Question 4 of 50

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Which of the following exemplifies a cultural expectation from the past that may cause conflicts in family decision making?

 

A.The parent should stay home with an infant or newborn

B.Child care is a great way to raise children

C.Parents can work and still be effective and loving

D.Parents are always successful at being parents

Question 5 of 50

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Programs such as SEED-Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity

 

A.represent stepping stones to the formal education system

B.create partnerships with parents for progressive change

C.prepare teachers to welcome and respond to student sensitivity in race and gender issues

D.all of the above

Question 6 of 50

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A major influence in curriculum for home based care is

 

A.how many children the caregiver has

B.how much physical space there is to work with

C.whether or not it looks just like the toddler's home

D.all of the above

Question 7 of 50

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In 1976, the Education of All Handicapped Children Act was passed, which

 

A.eliminated bias against children with special needs

B.established that all children with special needs were to get their own school

C.entitled children with special needs to appropriate public education regardless of the nature of their needs

D.none of the above

Question 8 of 50

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The three main structures of the human brain, according to Drs. Paul and Gail Dennison are

 

A.the cerebellum, cerebrum, and brain stem

B.the frontal lobe, rear lobe, and gray matter

C.the brain stem and the left and right hemispheres

D.none of the above

Question 9 of 50

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Sign language has been used successfully with

 

A.lab animals

B.autistic and Downs syndrome children.

C.alcoholic patients

D.none of the above

Question 10 of 50

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In designing curriculum, the purpose for providing child care should include and address the needs of

 

A.the children, parents, and caregivers

B.the owner, children, and parents

C.the owner, caregivers, and staff

D.none of the above

Question 11 of 50

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A checklist of a functional area of the center should include the following objectives:

 

A.safe, colorful, textured

B.safe, healthy, stimulating learning environment

C.safe, attractive, color coordinated

D.none of the above

Question 12 of 50

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One great routine that serves the health of the caregiver and the child is

 

A.washing hands before and after meals

B.brushing teeth after meals

C.changing diapers

D.time-outs

Question 13 of 50

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The most appropriate consequences for learning appropriate behavior are

 

A.only those that are logical

B.only those that are role modeled.

C.punitive

D.natural and logical

Question 14 of 50

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The four areas of development on the Developmental Profile are

 

A.physical, emotional, social, cognitive

B.physical, emotional, social, psychological

C.physical, emotional, cognitive, financial

D.none of the above

Question 15 of 50

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Which are appropriate examples of materials for home-made toys?

 

A.thin string, thread, buttons

B.yarn, fabric, plastic

C.paint, glue, scissors

D.none of the above

Question 16 of 50

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In general, the order of muscle control in a child's physical development is

 

A.head to toe

B.toe to head

C.belly to toe

D.toe to belly

Question 17 of 50

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A newborn baby focuses best on objects at which distance?

 

A.2 to 4 inches

B.8 to 14 inches

C.1 to 2 feet

D.5 to 10 feet

Question 18 of 50

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Newborn babies can hear sound

 

A.before they are born

B.within two months after birth

C.within six weeks after birth

D.as soon as they are born

Question 19 of 50

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Babies may fail to grow normally if they are not

 

A.watched

B.played with

C.touched

D.none of the above

Question 20 of 50

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When infants play with speech sounds, this is referred to as

 

A.bubbling

B.chanting

C.babbling

D.cooing

Question 21 of 50

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If an object is taken away from an infant between four and eight months, the infant will

 

A.only search for it visually

B.search for it visually and manually

C.search for it manually

D.not follow it

Question 22 of 50

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By the age of six months, the infant can do all but the following:

 

A.drink from a cup

B.hold his or her own bottle

C.use a spoon competently

D.wave

Question 23 of 50

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An infant will roll from stomach to back

 

A.as soon as he or she is born

B.between four and five months

C.by one year

D.by two years

Question 24 of 50

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During the five- to seven-month period, infants may demonstrate anxiety at

 

A.being separated from the parent and the primary caregiver

B.being separated from their siblings

C.being separated from children their own age

D.none of the above

Question 25 of 50

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When "talking" with an infant from four to eight months, it is a good idea to

 

A.place yourself so the infant can see you

B.call the infant's name aloud

C.make speaking and singing sounds

D.all of the above

Question 26 of 50

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Infants at the age of 8 to 12 months can use

 

A.their thumb and fingers to pinch and grasp

B.their hands to write letters

C.their hands to play high five

D.none of the above

Question 27 of 50

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Arm and hand movements in 8 to 12 month old infants include

 

A.stroking an object instead of just pinching it

B.passing a toy from hand to hand

C.holding their own bottle

D.all of the above

Question 28 of 50

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To develop a concept of object permanence, the caregiver could

 

A.ignore the toy to distract the toddler

B.place objects in a particular shape

C.point out the color of each object

D.play hiding games with the toy

Question 29 of 50

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The 3 A's, developed by L. Douville-Watson, are short for

 

A.Attention, Attunement and Approval

B.A, B, C's

C.Aim, Action, and Attitudes

D.Awareness, Alternates, and Action

Question 30 of 50

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Piaget's stage 5 of his ages and stages theory is for toddlers ages 12 to 18 months. This stage is appropriately named

 

A.exportation

B.experimentation

C.rebellion

D.independence

Question 31 of 50

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One perfect toy for a toddler from 12 to 18 months is

 

A.a hairbrush

B.a rattle

C.a pail with objects to put in and take out

D.a pair of scissors

Question 32 of 50

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When toddlers' sleep times change from two to one nap a day, it is a good idea to

 

A.keep them up all day to go to bed earlier at night

B.keep nap time to a 15 minute catnap

C.adjust eating and nap schedule so toddlers don't miss out on lunch

D.let them sleep as long as they want

Question 33 of 50

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Tantrums that are manipulative for toddlers to get negative attention should be dealt with the following way:

 

A.Scream louder than they are and yell "Stop!"

B.Ignore the behavior and speak to them when they have stopped

C.Call the parents right away

D.none of the above

Question 34 of 50

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The term parallel play refers to toddlers

 

A.playing with children who are older than they are

B.playing next to but not with each other

C.playing on a see-saw

D.standing next to one another

Question 35 of 50

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By the age of two a toddler's vocabulary has increased to

 

A.5 words

B.10 words

C.25 words

D.50 words

Question 36 of 50

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Toddlers can climb out of their crib around the age of

 

A.12 months

B.18 months

C.24 months

D.36 months

Question 37 of 50

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To manage aggressive and antisocial behavior in a toddler, the caregiver should

 

A.temporarily withdraw the 3 A's and focus on positive behaviors in other children

B.call the parents

C.restrain the toddler

D.none of the above

Question 38 of 50

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When it comes to toys, toddlers from 18 to 24 months

 

A.share and share alike

B.only share with their best pals

C.generally have difficulty sharing

D.only parallel play

Question 39 of 50

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Toddler can do which of the following locomotive skills at 24 months old?

 

A.walking

B.running

C.jumping

D.all of the above

Question 40 of 50

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Finger, hand, and wrist movements in toddlers from 24 to 30 months

 

A.can only grasp and release

B.can be coordinated with vision

C.do not utilize the thumb and forefinger

D.have gross motor ability only

Question 41 of 50

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Which is the best toy for a 24 to 30 month old toddler.

 

A.pencil and paper

B.pull toy

C.a "feely" box for texture exploration

D.a mobile

Question 42 of 50

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By 30 months, behaviorally toddlers will:

 

A.interact with each other, but will fight over possessions rather than participate cooperatively

B.only play next to each other, but not with each other

C.consistently cooperate together in group activities

D.only cooperate with friends and family

Question 43 of 50

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Many children between 24 and 30 months are entering Piaget's preoperational stage called

 

A.perceptive

B.preconceptual

C.conceptual

D.premeditative

Question 44 of 50

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Attribution in language development means

 

A.to give a specific adjective to the object being focused on

B.to speak fondly of an object

C.to give a name to the object

D.to throw the object

Question 45 of 50

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By the time toddlers reach 30 months, their vocabulary will contain

 

A.one to 50 words

B.50 to 100 words

C.100 to 200 words

D.200 to 300 words

Question 46 of 50

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Toddlers who regress and pretend in play that they are a baby do so perhaps because

 

A.they are remembering from their past development

B.they may have a new sibling

C.they are experiencing separation anxiety

D.all of the above

Question 47 of 50

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With regard to feelings, toddlers from 30 to 36 months

 

A.only have a concern about their own feelings

B.are just beginning to understand that others have feelings

C.are extremely empathetic

D.are altruistic and selfless

Question 48 of 50

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Toddlers from 30 to 36 months can understand time words that include

 

A.sentences with "now, soon, before, after"

B.clock time like "at three o'clock"

C.phrases such as "no time like the present"

D.none of the above

Question 49 of 50

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____ is the foundation of writing.

 

A.Reading

B.Eye tracking

C.Scribbling

D.Throwing

Question 50 of 50

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When toddlers see the world from their own point of view or perspective they are being __________________.

 

A.emotionally controlled

B.solitary

C.stubborn

D.egocentric

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