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Module 1 and 5 Review

STUDY
PLAY
Democratic
Allowing the children to have a say is using which type of leadership style?
Hands Off
Allowing the children to figure out things on their own is which type of leadership style?
Sympathetic
When it is more important to focus on a child's feelings is using which leadership style?
Directive
When a babysitter must take action, they are using which leadership style?
FIND Model
Figure out the problem, identify possible solutions, name pros and cons, decide which solution is best then act on it
Resume
A summary of your qualifications for a job. Includes personal information, education, experience, etc.
Infant
0-12 months or 0-1 years old
Toddler
12-36 months or 1-2 years old
Preschooler
3-4 years old
Active
Running, skipping, hopskotch, playing on monkey bars, are all examples of what type of play?
Quiet
Children who are not talking but are still playing ex. working on a puzzle, looking at a picture book, reading, etc. are engaged in what type of play?
Creative
Children who are painting, drawing, etc.
Cooperative
Children playing with each other is what type of play?
Dramatic
Children who playing pretend are engaged in what type of play?
Manipulative
Children who are playing with blocks, Lego's, is engaging in what type of play?
Taking Away Privileges
Not allowing a child to watch TV because they will not pick up their toys is what type of consequence?
Time Out
Taking a child out of a situation for a few minutes is what type of consequence?
Natural
A child gets hurt jumping on the bed after you told them not to is what type of consequence?
Logical
Sandy rode her bike in the street after her mother told her not to. Her mother took her bike away... this is what type of consequence?
Gloves
What do you need to wear when you are changing a diaper, someone is sick, you are in contact with blood, etc.?
45
How do you hold a bottle for feeding an infant?
1/3
How much of the bottle do you feed at first?
Front to Back
How do you wipe an infant's bottom?
Check Call Care
What is the Red Cross Standard Procedure for handling an emergency?
10 seconds
How long do you check for signs of life?
5
How many back blows and abdominal thrusts do you give to a child who is choking?
Hazard
Something that might be dangerous is called a
Traits
the qualities that make you different from someone else
Visual
Which learning style describes when students learn through using their eyes to see information?
Auditory
Which learning style do students learn through listening and hearing information?
Tactile
Which learning style do students learn by touching or physical engagement with information?
Self Esteem
The way a person feels about him or her self
Self Confidence
The feeling of being sure of yourself and your abilities
Family
A group of people related to one another by blood, marriage, or adoption
Nuclear
Which type of family describes a married man and woman and their biological children?
Single Parent
Which type of family describes one adult who is raising one or more children?
Step
Which type of family describes when a single parent marries?
Extended
Which type of family describes several generations of relatives?
Foster
Which type of family cares for children who are not related to other family members?
Adoptive
Which type of family describes a couple of single parent who decides to raise another parent's child as their own?
Childless
Which type of family describes a couple without children?
Guardian
Which type of family describes someone who is chosen by a family to take responsibility for a child if the parents are no longer able to provide?
Role
A person's place in a group
Peer Pressure
The influence people's peers have on them
Peers
People who belong to the same age group
Communication
Sending or receiving information, signals, or messages
Verbal Communication
The use of words to give and receive information
Nonverbal Communication
The sending and receiving of messages without the use of words
Conflict
A disagreement between two or more people
Conflict Resolution
The process of finding a solution to the disagreement
Mediator
A person who is not involved in the conflict, but helps settle the conflict
Compromise
An agreement in a conflict in which both sides are willing to give up a little of what they wanted
Feedback
A response that lets the speaker know you received and understood the message
Bully
A person who uses strength or power to persuade or pressure others to do something