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Question: Question 1 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Read the case study below and answer the question that follows. Sunny Park Primary School is situated in a low to middle-income suburb. There are 35 Grade R learners at the school. The learners speak a number of different home languages but the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) at the school is English. The principal and teaching staff work tirelessly to encourage active parental involvement at the school. There is an active school governing body (SGB) and a parent-teacher association (PTA) that meet regularly and encourage parental participation. However, many of the Grade R learners’ parents are reluctant to participate in school activities. Ms Swann, the Grade R teacher, realised that many parents experience challenges such as not being able to speak English and difficulties in finding transport to attend school meetings and other school activities. What is the main challenge that Ms Swann, the Grade R teacher, faces in engaging parents at Sunny Park Primary School? Select one: A. Limited Grade R class activities. B. Lack of an active school governing body (SGB). C. Language barriers. D. Insufficient teaching and learning resources. Question 2 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Read the case study below and answer the question that follows. Sunny Park Primary School is situated in a low to middle-income suburb. There are 35 Grade R learners at the school. The learners speak a number of different home languages but the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) at the school is English. The principal and teaching staff work tirelessly to encourage active parental involvement at the school. There is an active school governing body (SGB) and a parent-teacher association (PTA) that meet regularly and encourage parental participation. However, many of the Grade R learners’ parents are reluctant to participate in school activities. Ms Swann, the Grade R teacher, realised that many parents experience challenges such as not being able to speak English and difficulties in finding transport to attend school meetings and other school activities. How does the school's location affect parental involvement? Select one: A. It has no effect on parental involvement. B. It makes it easier for parents to attend parents’ meetings at school. C. It poses transportation difficulties for parents. D. It encourages more parent participation. Question 3 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Read the case study below and answer the question that follows. Sunny Park Primary School is situated in a low to middle-income suburb. There are 35 Grade R learners at the school. The learners speak a number of different home languages but the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) at the school is English. The principal and teaching staff work tirelessly to encourage active parental involvement at the school. There is an active school governing body (SGB) and a parent-teacher association (PTA) that meet regularly and encourage parental participation. However, many of the Grade R learners’ parents are reluctant to participate in school activities. Ms Swann, the Grade R teacher, realised that many parents experience challenges such as not being able to speak English and difficulties in finding transport to attend school meetings and other school activities. Which school entities actively promote parental engagement at Sunny Park Primary School? Select one: A. All of the options are correct. B. School governing body (SGB). C. School principal and Grade R teacher. D. Parent-teacher association (PTA). Question 4 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Read the case study below and answer the question that follows. Sunny Park Primary School is situated in a low to middle-income suburb. There are 35 Grade R learners at the school. The learners speak a number of different home languages but the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) at the school is English. The principal and teaching staff work tirelessly to encourage active parental involvement at the school. There is an active school governing body (SGB) and a parent-teacher association (PTA) that meet regularly and encourage parental participation. However, many of the Grade R learners’ parents are reluctant to participate in school activities. Ms Swann, the Grade R teacher, realised that many parents experience challenges such as not being able to speak English and difficulties in finding transport to attend school meetings and other school activities. What strategies can Miss Swann implement to address the challenge of the language barrier experienced by parents? Select one: A. Provide translation services and multilingual communication for parents. B. Change the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) at the school. C. Use the most dominant language at the school in all communications with parents. D. None of the options is correct. Question 5 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Read the case study below and answer the question that follows. Sunny Park Primary School is situated in a low to middle-income suburb. There are 35 Grade R learners at the school. The learners speak a number of different home languages but the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) at the school is English. The principal and teaching staff work tirelessly to encourage active parental involvement at the school. There is an active school governing body (SGB) and a parent-teacher association (PTA) that meet regularly and encourage parental participation. However, many of the Grade R learners’ parents are reluctant to participate in school activities. Ms Swann, the Grade R teacher, realised that many parents experience challenges such as not being able to speak English and difficulties in finding transport to attend school meetings and other school activities. How can Sunny Park Primary School address the transportation difficulties faced by some parents in attending school meetings and other activities? Select one: A. None of the options is correct. B. Conduct some of the meetings online. C. The school should provide transport for the parents. D. Relocate the school to another area. Question 6 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text According to Kilian et al (2005), several factors influence the quality of life in human settlements. Which of the following is NOT one of those factors? a. Transport systems b. Social services c. Employment d. Electronic communication Question 7 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Below are two statements, one labelled as a Statement (S) and the other labelled as an Explanation (E). Statement: Encouraging parents to volunteer at the school enables parents to use their talents and time to improve the quality of the school. Explanation: Volunteering is also a means for parents to earn an income from the school. a. Both S and E are correct b. S is correct but E is incorrect c. S is incorrect but E is correct d. Both S and E are incorrect Question 8 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text The Internet provides an effective means for early childhood professionals to reach out to parents and keep them informed. Which one of the following statements is NOT one of the guidelines to follow when communicating with parents on the Internet? a. Familiarise yourself with your school’s guidelines and policies for communicating electronically with parents. b. Observe the rules of politeness and courtesy that you would in a face-to-face conversation. c. Work towards replacing all face-to-face communication with electronic communication. d. Remember that not all parents are connected to the Internet. Question 9 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text The structure of families is changing constantly. Some children live with single mothers while others live with their grandparents. Which of the following suggestions can help early childhood professionals in involving diverse families effectively? a. Value the positive contribution that each family makes in the life of a child. b. Learn how children are raised and educated in diverse families. c. All of the options are correct. d. Conduct home visits to gain a better understanding of the different family contexts. Question 10 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Indicate whether the following statement is TRUE or FALSE. Children living in grandparent-headed households are most likely to have after-school supervision, while a lack of after-school supervision is most likely to happen in single-parent families. True False Question 11 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text What are the benefits of building a common sense of purpose between a school and the community? a. All of the options are correct. b. It encourages the school and the community to work towards a common goal. c. It reinforces the importance of contextually and culturally relevant education. d. It creates a sense of pride in the school among members of the community. Question 12 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Indicate whether the following statement is TRUE or FALSE. Lack of parental involvement indicates a lack of interest in the child’s education. True False Question 13 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text What determines the levels of parents' engagement and involvement in their child's learning? a. The practices of the educators. b. The academic performance of the student. c. The background of the family. d. The resources and funding available to the school. Question 14 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text What has recent research shown about home-school partnerships in rural communities? a. They promote young children's success but are difficult to implement. b. They have no impact on children's success. c. They are only beneficial for older students. d. They are easy to implement. Question 15 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text For Douglas (2011), effective school partnerships with families are characterised by: i) Shared power ii) Shared responsiveness iii) Reciprocity iv) Positivity Select one: A. Only ii and iii are correct. B. Only i, ii, and iii are correct. C. All of the options are correct. D. Only i is correct. Question 16 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text What is emphasised as essential to building successful home-school partnerships according to the study guide? a. Commitment and time from both school staff and families. b. Strict monitoring of parents' involvement. c. Parents’ role in disciplining their children. d. Financial contributions from parents. Question 17 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text What are the benefits of engaging families and the community in children’s education? i. Improved behaviour among children. ii. Parents’ positive attitudes towards the school. iii. Improved use of technology for teaching and learning. iv. All of the options are correct Select one: A. Only iv is correct. B. Only i and ii are correct. C. Only ii and iii are correct. D. Only i is correct. Question 18 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Which one of the following is NOT a feature of establishing good family-school partnerships? a. Effective communication b. Recognising the role of the family. c. Communicating more with mothers than fathers. d. Connecting learning at home and school. Question 19 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Interpret the following diagram in relation to the role of the school, family and community in child development. Select one: A. All of the options are correct. B. A child’s development is largely influenced by what happens at home, school and in the community. C. School plays the biggest role in supporting a child’s development. D. Home and community are the child’s first educators before the child starts schooling. Question 20 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Below are two statements, one labelled as a Statement (S) and the other labelled as an Explanation (E) Statement: Both the teacher and parents are responsible for the children’s development and learning. Explanation: Teachers provide mostly pedagogical learning while parents provide valuable insights into the children’s behaviour, motivation and interests. Select one: A. S is incorrect but E is correct. B. Both S and E are correct. C. Both S and E are incorrect. D. S is correct but E is incorrect. Question 21 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Which one of the following is NOT a reason for involving parents in a culturally sensitive manner? a. Some families do not view education as an important investment. b. Some families might lack information about the South African education system. c. Some parents do not have formal education. d. South Africa is culturally diverse and the demographic makeup is changing rapidly. Question 22 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Which one of the following statements does NOT describe how early childhood professionals can help parents with their changing roles in the family? a. Adjust programmes to meet the needs of the changing family. b. Provide childcare and other extended services for families that need such support. c. Provide constructive criticism when parents are not spending enough time with their children. d. Help families link up with other support agencies and groups. Question 23 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Which one of the following statements does NOT describe how early childhood professionals can conduct successful conferences? a. Plan ahead. b. Communicate clearly and in a manner that is easy to understand. c. Stamp your authority when dealing with parents. d. Learn to listen. Question 24 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Which type of settlement is typically found on land that has not been officially designated for residential purposes? a. Tribal settlements b. Recreational areas. c. Informal settlements. d. Farms. Question 25 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text Why might many parents need special encouragement and extra support to be involved in their children's school lives? a. Due to the ease of getting involved in school activities. b. Due to overwhelming support from the school staff c. Due to lack of time for family-school interactions. d. Due to lack of interest in their children's education. Question 26 Not yet answered Marked out of 5.00 Flag question Question text Match the following terms with their corresponding definitions. School governing body (SGB) Answer 1 Choose... Ubuntu Answer 2 Choose... Indigenous knowledge Answer 3 Choose... Family Answer 4 Choose... Experiential learning Answer 5 Choose...

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Sure, let's go through these questions one by one. ### Question 1 What is the main challenge that Ms. Swann, the Grade R teacher, faces in engaging parents at Sunny Park Primary School? - C. Language barriers. ### Question 2 How does the school's location affect parental involvement? - C. It poses transportation difficulties for parents. ### Question 3 Which school entities actively promote parental engagement at Sunny Park Primary School? - A. All of the options are correct. ### Question 4 What strategies can Ms. Swann implement to address the challenge of the language barrier experienced by parents? - A. Provide translation services and multilingual communication for parents. ### Question 5 How can Sunny Park Primary School address the transportation difficulties faced by some parents in attending school meetings and other activities? - B. Conduct some of the meetings online. ### Question 6 According to Kilian et al. (2005), several factors influence the quality of life in human settlements. Which of the following is NOT one of those factors? - d. Electronic communication ### Question 7 Below are two statements, one labelled as a Statement (S) and the other labelled as an Explanation (E). - b. S is correct but E is incorrect ### Question 8 Which one of the following statements is NOT one of the guidelines to follow when communicating with parents on the Internet? - c. Work towards replacing all face-to-face communication with electronic communication. ### Question 9 Which of the following suggestions can help early childhood professionals in involving diverse families effectively? - c. All of the options are correct. ### Question 10 Indicate whether the following statement is TRUE or FALSE: Children living in grandparent-headed households are most likely to have after-school supervision, while a lack of after-school supervision is most likely to happen in single-parent families. - False ### Question 11 What are the benefits of building a common sense of purpose between a school and the community? - a. All of the options are correct. ### Question 12 Indicate whether the following statement is TRUE or FALSE: Lack of parental involvement indicates a lack of interest in the child’s education. - False ### Question 13 What determines the levels of parents' engagement and involvement in their child's learning? - a. The practices of the educators. ### Question 14 What has recent research shown about home-school partnerships in rural communities? - a. They promote young children's success but are difficult to implement. ### Question 15 For Douglas (2011), effective school partnerships with families are characterized by: - B. Only i, ii, and iii are correct. ### Question 16 What is emphasized as essential to building successful home-school partnerships according to the study guide? - a. Commitment and time from both school staff and families. ### Question 17 What are the benefits of engaging families and the community in children’s education? - B. Only i and ii are correct. ### Question 18 Which one of the following is NOT a feature of establishing good family-school partnerships? - c. Communicating more with mothers than fathers. ### Question 19 Interpret the following diagram in relation to the role of the school, family, and community in child development. - B. A child’s development is largely influenced by what happens at home, school, and in the community. ### Question 20 Below are two statements, one labelled as a Statement (S) and the other labelled as an Explanation (E). - B. Both S and E are correct. ### Question 21 Which one of the following is NOT a reason for involving parents in a culturally sensitive manner? - a. Some families do not view education as an important investment. ### Question 22 Which one of the following statements does NOT describe how early childhood professionals can help parents with their changing roles in the family? - c. Provide constructive criticism when parents are not spending enough time with their children. ### Question 23 Which one of the following statements does NOT describe how early childhood professionals can conduct successful conferences? - c. Stamp your authority when dealing with parents. ### Question 24 Which type of settlement is typically found on land that has not been officially designated for residential purposes? - c. Informal settlements. ### Question 25 Why might many parents need special encouragement and extra support to be involved in their children's school lives? - c. Due to lack of time for family-school interactions. ### Question 26 Match the following terms with their corresponding definitions: 1. School governing body (SGB) -> Choose the correct definition 2. Ubuntu -> Choose the correct definition 3. Indigenous Knowledge -> Choose the correct definition 4. Family -> Choose the correct definition 5. Experiential Learning -> Choose the correct definition I hope this helps! Is there anything more specific you need clarification on?

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May 17, 2024, 12:32 p.m.

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Question 1 Answer: C.Language barriers. Question 2 Answer: C. It poses transportation difficulties for parents. Question 3 Answer: A. All of the options are correct. Question 4 Answer: A. Provide translation services and multilingual communication for parents. Question 5 Answer: B. Conduct some of the meetings online. Question 6 Answer: D. Electronic communication Question 7 Answer: B. S is correct but E is incorrect Question 8 Answer: C. Work towards replacing all face-to-face communication with electronic communication. Question 9 Answer: C. All of the options are correct. Question 10 Answer: False Question 11 Answer: A. All of the options are correct. Question 12 Answer: False Question 13 Answer: A. The practices of the educators. Question 14 Answer: A. They promote young children's success but are difficult to implement. Question 15 Answer: C. All of the options are correct. Question 16 Answer: A. Commitment and time from both school staff and families. Question 17 Answer: B. Only i and ii are correct. Question 18 Answer: C. Communicating more with mothers than fathers. Question 19 Answer: B. A child’s development is largely influenced by what happens at home, school and in the community. Question 20 Answer: B. Both S and E are correct. Question 21 Answer: A. Some families do not view education as an important investment. Question 22 Answer: C. Provide constructive criticism when parents are not spending enough time with their children. Question 23 Answer: C. Stamp your authority when dealing with parents. Question 24 Answer: C. Informal settlements. Question 25 Answer: C. Due to lack of time for family-school interactions. Question 26 Answer: This is difficult to answer without knowing the information you are supposed to match with the terms listed. Without further information, I am unable to provide an answer.

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