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Curriculum Development E03V
(Ashworth College)
Chapter 1 & 2 Exam
1. What intelligence fits this description? “Grace is reflective and sensitive to her inner moods.”
a. Musical Learner
b. Intrapersonal Learner
c. Logical-mathematical learner
d. Interpersonal Learner
2. Which of the following is a characteristic of effective praise?
a. Children are told that they did a good job.
b. Using a child’s name personalizes the praise statement.
c. Children’s actions are compared to previous performance.
d. Children who have been praised get to stand out from their peers.
3. Roy is examining the plastic tubing that is available in the water table. He tries many different
ways to move the water through it squeezing it, blowing into it, and holding it in different
ways. Roy is demonstrating what phase of the Cycle of Learning?
a. Exploration
b. Practice
c. Acquisition
d. Generalization
4. Which of the following is NOT a general practice associated with DAP?
a. Primary teachers follow the schedule and lessons assigned by the central administration
with little or no deviation.
b. Primary teachers develop warm caring relationships with children.
c. Children have numerous opportunities to learn by doing through hands-on activities.
d. Programs address the needs of all children including children with a special need or
those whose home language is not English.
5. Who wrote that multisensory learning was more relevant than verbal learning alone?
a. Rousseau
b. Locke
c. Comenius
d. Froebel

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6. Individual appropriateness means that a teacher planning for a class of 3-year-olds should
consider which of the following?
a. The individual knowledge, experiences, and skills of each child in the group.
b. Ways in which this group of 3-year-olds is the same as last year’s group.
c. A list of appropriate materials for 3-year-olds.
d. Typical milestones for 3-year-olds.
7. Which of the following scenarios provides an example of scaffolding?
a. A teacher observing students in learning centers.
b. Two three-year-old playing side by side in the water table.
c. A kindergartener rolling out balls of modeling dough.
d. A first-grade child encouraging a three-year-old to name farm animals in a picture book.
8. The teacher asks the children, “What do you think will happen if we add this block to the top of
the tower?” What should the teacher do next?
a. Ask a follow-up question immediately.
b. Wait several seconds before saying anything else.
c. Put the block on top so children can see what will happen as they answer.
d. Offer the teacher’s own idea – “I think it might fall down. Is that what you think?”
9. A four-year -old with cerebral palsy is enrolled in your classroom. The child’s IEP is shared with
you. IEP stands for:
a. Inclusive Environmental Plan
b. Individualized Educational Plan
c. Integrated Educational Program
d. Inclusive Educational Play
10. Jack and Jerome are both five-year-old. Jack’s language development is more advanced than
Jerome’s. Jerome is more physically coordinated and stronger than Jack. These children
illustrate which development principle?
a. Normative sequence
b. Holistic development
c. Variation of rates
d. Cumulative and delayed effects

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Curriculum Development – E03V (Ashworth College) Chapter 1 & 2 Exam 1. What intelligence fits this description? “Grace is reflective and sensitive to her inner moods.” a. Musical Learner b. Intrapersonal Learner c. Logical-mathematical learner d. Interpersonal Learner 2. Which of the following is a characteristic of effective praise? a. Children are told that they did a good job. b. Using a child’s name personalizes the praise statement. c. Children’s actions are compared to previous performance. d. Children who have been praised get to stand out from their peers. 3. Roy is examining the plastic tubing that is available in the water table. He tries many different ways to move the water through it – squeezing it, blowing into it, and holding it in different ways. Roy is demonstrating what phase of the Cycle of Learning? a. Exploration b. Practice c. Acquisition d. Generalization 4. Which of the following is NOT a general practice associated with DAP? a. Primary teachers follow the schedule and lessons assigned by the central administration with little or no deviation. b. Primary teachers develop warm caring relationships with children. c. Children have numerous opportunities to learn by doing through hands-on activities. d. Programs address the needs of all children including children with a special need or those whose home language is not English. 5. Who wrote that multisensory learning was more relevant than verbal learning alone? a. Rousseau b. Locke c. Com ...
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