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Which of the following is NOT a guidance principle?
a) Intervene frequently.
b) Consider feelings.
c) Be consistent.
d) Be positive.

Praise should NOT be:
a) age appropriate
b) provided verbally
c) given immediately
d) used without eye contact

Negative suggestions usually produce:
a) confidence
b) self-esteem
c) undesirable behavior
d) positive consequences

Prompting should be:
a) simple
b) critical
c) complex
d) silent

A major goal of guidance is to help children develop feelings of:
a) self-control
b) authority
c) justice
d) inferiority

Warnings should be provided:
a) once
b) twice
c) four times
d) as often as necessary

A guidance technique that involves moving a child away from others for a short time:
a) time out
b) active listening
c) prompting
d) ignoring

Acts of kindness that benefit others:
a) guidance
b) prosocial behaviors
c) modeling
d) positive reinforcement

Turning a child's attention into another direction:
a) ignoring
b) modeling
c) redirection
d) suggesting

A form of indirect guidance is:
a) patting
b) smiling
c) putting out new games
d) telling a child to move

According to research, teachers should ask ____________.
a) closed-ended questions
b) questions that require a one-word answer
c) complex questions
d) open-ended questions

Uncooperative teachers have children who are more ________.
a) calm
b) curious
c) cooperative
d) disruptive

Talkative teachers have children who are more ________.
a) outgoing
b) disruptive
c) shy
d) curious

If you ignore unpleasant behavior 100% of the time, it is likely to happen again.
a) False
b) True

Self-control is the short-term goal of guidance.
a) False
b) True

Every time you speak or move around children, you are modeling.
a) True
b) False

A loud voice should be saved for emergencies.
a) True
b) False

Experiences that follow as a result of behavior not requiring anyone's intervention:
a) natural consequences
b) artificial consequences
c) active listening
d) prosocial behaviors

Experiences that are deliberately set up by an adult to show what will happen if a limit is violated:
a) artificial consequences
b) natural consequences
c) active listening
d) positive reinforcement

Indirect guidance involves ONLY nonverbal behaviors with children.
a) False
b) True

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