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ECE223

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1.

The absence of strong,
and caring relationships
may retard children’s
curiosity

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2.

When is reinforcement
positive ?

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3.

Children's library area of
the day care should not
feature

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4.

Classical conditioning was
first observed and
demostrated by the

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5.

Children have been
observed to enjoy listening
to, and telling

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6.

Creative Expression and
emotions are

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7.

is one that is outside the
classroom.

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8.

The
_of the early childhood
programme must be
conducive to learning and
healthy to overall
development

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9.

Who suggested that there
is a collective agreement
about the value of play for
young children ?

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10.

All Montessori didactic
materials are based upon
Montessori's concept of the
relationship between
and
development

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11.

If a child has to learn that
grass is green he should
know the meaning of what?

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12.

which of the animals listed
in the options could pose
health hazards and should
not be kept at the centre.

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13.

The word
was described as the
surrounding which affects
growth and development of
any living things.

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14.

Gross motor development
is also referred to as what?

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15.

The term that describes the
child's desire or need to
master a skill is known as

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16. At what stage of language development does a child responds by coding, gurgling, babbling ?

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17.

Expensive materials are
unnecessary in children's
environment, because
children are happy playing
with simple

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18.

Play and Learning and are
inseparable concepts in
early childhood what?

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19.

Children express play in
many ways and adults
sometimes
what play is in many
different ways.

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20.

The water should be
to drink just in case the
children get thirsty.

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21.

At what rate is development
faster in any individual ?

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22.

refers to those factors that
lies within an organism or a
person

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23.

Montessori was committed
to action and movement as
the basis for

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24.

Learning refers to a change
in behaviour which results
from what?

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25.

How many hours do
children spend in the
montessori house's central
room for intellectual work in
a day ?

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26.

Who opinionated that
children are biologically
prepared to learn about the
world ?

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27.

Two basic concepts
underlying human growth
and developement are

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28.

__are stationary equipment
which are securely installed
for development of large
muscles

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29.

The term
__and
__are usually used
interchangeably.

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30.

What is the profession of
Maria Montessori ?

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31.

The two very important
factors in the growth and
development of a child are
and

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32.

Learning through rhymes,
songs, questions and
anecdotes is facilitated
through what has been
described as one of the
followng

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33.

The environment provided
by the pregnant or
expectant mother to the
is crucial

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34.

It may be fruitless to force a
child acquire skill before the
child is?

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35.

A resourceful caregiver or
teacher creates a place for
learning by providing as
many

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36.

may be contained in
shallow pots with cemented
sides.

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37.

What is the main use of
operant conditioning by
psychologists ?

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38. E. C. E. Means

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Learning through rhymes,
songs, questions and
anecdotes is facilitated
through what has been
described as

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40. Who is B. F. Skinner?

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41.

Instrumental conditioning is
different from Classical
conditioning in that the

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42. _______ begins at birth.

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43.

No child should be ridiculed
or shamed, rather be
provided with one of the
following

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44.

The role of the
_in fostering learning
through children’s play
cannot be overstressed.

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45.

Only clear dry
should be put in the box for
children to play with.

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46.

What discourages a given
behavior ?

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47.

A Montessori classroom
depends heavily upon the
learning that children
engage in through
and
with one another

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48. What does the baby play with at infancy ?

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49.

Children learn ideas and
_which in time give way to
more detailed specifics.

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50.

The development of those
innate potentialities of a
child in a sequential order is
refered to as

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51.

The best way to make the
centre look bright and
colourful is by one of these

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52.

Learning in young children
often results from the
interaction between the
child’s
and

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53.

Which of the behaviour is
child eliciting when he/she
spend most of his/her time
watching others ?

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54.

Like the swing, children
enjoy the excitement of
moving through

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55.

Outdoor environment is one
that is outside which of the
following?

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56.

Which form do physical
development takes ?

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57.

The teachers must be
loving and

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58.

Organs for hearing is also
refred to as the
_senses.

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59. What is the natural spontaneous and creative activity which a child engages in and learn something in the process

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60.

Climbing helps children in
managing different heights
and
control.

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61.

During learning process
when children played, what
other things do they learn
about ?

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62.

The outdoor environment
allows a lot of freedom to
explore and encourage a
great deal of

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63.

Large muscle activity area
should have

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64.

who said imitative learning
can occur in the presence
of reinforcement .

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65. How many stages of play do we have in the pre- school years?

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66.

The concepts underlying
human growth and
development are

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67.

A child absorbs
_through the use of his/her
senses of touch, eyes and
ears

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68.

The basic equipment needs
of a centre should be those
without

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69.

Which of the following can
be found in infant materials
?

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70.

what refers to all conditions
and influences, which
shape human growth and
development ?

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