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The Importance of Home Literacy Practices in Preschool Years: Exploring the Impact on Language Skills Understanding Language Acquisition: Examining the Role of Children's Responses to Corrections Pr

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Question: 12 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Consult the e-reserves: Puranik, C.S, Phillips, B.M, Lonigan, C.J, & Gibson. 2018. Home literacy practices and preschool children’s emergent writing skills: An initial investigation. Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 42 (2018) 228–238.  According to Puranik, Phillips, Lonigan and Gibson (2018) home literacy practices during the preschool years have an important and multifaceted influence on the development of ………. Select one: 1.   Listening skills 2.   Physical skills 3.  Emotional skills 4. Oral and written language skills- vocabulary, emergent reading, and emergent writing Clear my choice Question 13 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Which theorists is of the opinion that language acquisition through operant conditioning are based on the fact that children often ignore language corrections from adults. Select one: 1.   Skinner 2.   Humanists 3.   Nativists 4.     Behaviorists Clear my choice Question 14 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Complete this sentence: Gruhn and Weideman (2017) maintain that print knowledge, phonological processing, and oral language are considered as ………………. for prospective literacy achievement. Select one: 1.  Unnecessary 2.   Pre-conditional skills 3.   Less essential skills 4.    Non-significant Clear my choice Question 15 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Identify the statement that best describes a skill that children specifically develops during story reading. Select one: 1. Theme searching 2. Dancing like the characters 3. Plot analysis 4. Evaluation of characters Clear my choice Question 16 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Identify the reading practice that encourages children to tell a story using the language that they are familiar with? Select one: 1. Interactive reading 2. Independent reading 3. Shared reading 4. Guided reading Clear my choice Question 17 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Which technique is most significant to emphasise the development of oral and comprension of skills? Select one: 1. Summarising the story 2. Predicting the story 3. Memorising the story 4. Retelling the story Clear my choice Question 18 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Choose the method that more relevant to capture the attention of learners attention as taking the position of the narrator. Select one: 1. Audio books 2. Story telling 3. Puppet shows 4. Role-playing Clear my choice Question 19 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Children learn to speak by………... to those around them. Select one: 1. Listening 2. Singing 3. Reading 4. Imitating Clear my choice Question 20 Not yet answered Marked out of 1 Flag question Question text Select one (1) option that does not form part of the phases of the development of spelling. Select one: 1. The phonemic phase 2. Comprehension 3. The transitional phase 4. Pre-communicative

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Based on the range of the questions, and with my understanding of each topic, I would suggest the following answers. For Question 12: The answer should be 4. Oral and written language skills- vocabulary, emergent reading, and emergent writing. Based on the title of the paper, the focus is on emergent writing skills, which directly ties to oral and written language skills. For Question 13: The answer should be 1. Skinner. B.F. Skinner is a famous behaviorist who had the theory that language acquisition is a product of operant conditioning. For Question 14: The answer should be 2. Pre-conditional skills. If these skills are considered in view of probable future literacy achievement, then they can be termed as pre-conditional. For Question 15: The answer should be 3. Plot analysis. When children read a story, they develop the skill to understand the sequence of events, which is essentially the plot. For Question 16: The answer should be 3. Shared reading. In shared reading, an adult or teacher reads a book with a child, modelling the use of language and encouraging the child to participate in the storytelling. For Question 17: The answer should be 4. Retelling the story. Retelling helps develop oral and comprehension skills as children have to understand the story fully to retell it correctly. For Question 18: The answer should be 4. Role-playing. This method usually engages learners by letting them act out the roles of characters, which naturally piques their interest. For Question 19: The answer should be 4. Imitating. Children learn to speak by listening and then imitating what they hear. For Question 20: The answer should be 2. Comprehension. The development of spelling is unrelated to comprehension, it involves advancing through different stages that focus on understanding and applying spelling rules.

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Feb. 8, 2024, 11:47 a.m.

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