← HD 282 Midterm Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is the enclosures stage of block building
- What is the 2nd phase of the project approach
- What are tug of war path games
- What is reasoning
- whole language
- a When children draw logical conclusions, apply logic classification skills, explain their thinking, justify their solutions, and apply patterns and relationships to arrive at a conclusion.
- b During this development phase children have new experiences and research opportunities. Ex: field work, visiting experts, large group times, and work time.
- c Path games where players make a choice about which path to follow.
- d Involves enclosing a spacce. Differentiates indoor and outdoor space.
- e includes teaching children sight words and book skills
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Children build horizontal and verticle rows with much repetition.
- Prebuilding, rows and towers, bridging, enclosures, patterns, naming structures, and reproduction.
- More specific statements that include a developmental domain, the skill/ability/growth indicators, and also address the activity that you are planning. They are written in future tense. Ex- by increasing situations that are designed to have kevin experiment with multiple possibilities for one given situation.
- sources of information within the printed word that support translation of print into sounds through phonological awareness-auditory skill, print principles (letter knowledge), phonemic awareness, and Emergent writing (invented spelling, revision, drawing, letters).
- the educational environment is based upon the image of the child. Teachers view themselves as co-constructors of knowledge or partners in children's learning. The environment is the third teacher and is aesthetic, personalized, promotes active learning, encourages interactions through the use of provocations, is welcoming, provides rich sensory experience, and provides transparency.
5 True/False Questions
What are some strategies for interacting with children → Oral language, listening skills, print awareness, phonological awareness (sound and speech), alphabet and phonemic awareness (understanding of sound and letter relationship and their patterns), positive attitude toward reading, and enhancement of other curricular areas.
What are the phases of the Project Approach → help children to pose questions to be answered or take initiative for an investigation, address developmental domains including readiness to learn, helps children to master academic skills, encourages parent involvement.
What are short path games → Games that have children follow a long path and land on spaces that require special action.
Vygotsky → created the zone of proximal development. (what we can accomplish independently vs with help). He believed that children actively construct their own knowledge through play. Play (especially pretend-play) promotes cognitive and social learning. Play is an imaginary situation created by children in which they take on roles and follow rules associated with them. Productive activities like pre-academic skills learned through play are beneficial when they emerge from children's interests, are meaningful to children, and occur in a developmentally appropriate social context. Motor activities can assist development, especially self-regulation and attention.
What is the project approach → The child's first way of learning how to read. Signs in the environment like STOP, Walmart, McDonalds, etc that have symbols that go with them.