Infant Toddler Development Training Module 4, Lesson 4
1. Our current understanding of early language and literacy development has provided new ways of helping children learn to talk, read and write. Early literacy does not mean the same thing as early reading for infants and toddlers. Based on this, as well as the module reading you have done on this subject, which of the following statements is correct?
2. When reviewing the language development table from Brain Wonders, it is suggested that toddlers and two year olds (ages 18 months to 35 months) may be expected to have a vocabulary of:
3. As we observe the first stories of babies, toddlers, and young children in different cultural contexts, we increase our understanding of the principles used in training (coaching) caregivers (Jervay-Pendergrass and Brown, 2000). In Shared Stories, the authors explain that training is built around several key principles. These principles include all except
4. Catherine Burke's article addressed the fact that parents and other family members are often concerned that using an augmentative communication approach will prevent their child from developing speech, feeling that he or she will rely on using signs and/or pictures and will not try to talk. According to Burke, which of the following statements is correct?
5. In the PLAI module case study of Michael, his mom used predictable routines so that Michael would: