Test Bank Families as Partners in Education, 10th Edition Eugenia Hepworth Berger A+

Test Bank Families as Partners in Education, 10th Edition Eugenia Hepworth Berger A+

Test Bank Families as Partners in Education, 10th Edition Eugenia Hepworth Berger A+

Test Bank Families as Partners in Education, 10th Edition Eugenia Hepworth Berger A+
  1. Which of the following best defines funds of knowledge?
  2. money given as inheritance
  3. concepts, values and traditions taught by families through generations
  4. academic skills taught by parents only
  5. only traditions from the home country

  1. Which of the following best describes an example of a microsystem?
  2. face-to-face relationships with formal organizations
  3. systems that work with limited microorganisms
  4. face-to-face relationships with family and peers
  5. systems that work with the larger society that affect families

  1. What is at the center of brain development?
  2. complex interplay between genes and experiences
  3. early interactions that affect the way a brain is wired
  4. early experiences
  5. early stimulus and teaching

  1. What does MRI stand for?
  2. magnetic resonance imaging
  3. magnetic responsive imprint
  4. magnetian retroactive image
  5. magnetic radioactive imprint

  1. What are the inherent capacities of children?
  2. language and learning to read
  3. language and mathematics skills
  4. movement, speech, language, and emotional development
  5. speech, language, movement, and reading

  1. What is the best descriptor of a child’s brain by age 3?
  2. It is twice as active as those of adults
  3. It is three times as active as those of adults
  4. It matches the adult's development
  5. It has developed one third of its total synapses

  1. What was the emphasis of Howard Skeels' study?
  2. Infants should be able to read at an early age.
  3. Head Start is an effective program.
  4. An early nurturing environment is important for development.
  5. Early education is essential.
  6. According to Bowlby, which of the following critical periods has the greatest effect on personality development?
  7. 12-36 months
  8. 0-5 or 6 months
  9. 7-12 months
  10. 32-48 months

  1. Parent behaviors that enhance infants’ attachment include which of the following?
  2. quiet time during meals
  3. leaving baby on the crib to rest
  4. no response when infant cries, not to spoil her
  5. eye contact

  1. Identity Mary Ainsworth’s classifications of attachment.
  2. ambivalent/secure, insecure, avoidant
  3. secure, insecure, avoidant
  4. avoidant/insecure, ambivalent/insecure, securely attached
  5. avoidant, ambivalent, secure

  1. Spitz found that children who did not have nurturing:
  2. deteriorated and many died.
  3. developed normally.
  4. became discipline problems.
  5. were able to dress themselves but could not respond to love.

  1. What are the attachment phases that children under 30 months go through according to Bowlby?
  2. rejection, anger, withdrawal
  3. protest, despair, detachment
  4. fear, anger, detachment
  5. anger, withdrawal, revenge

  1. Which of the following is an example of the mesosystem?
  2. peers
  3. parents’ place of employment
  4. the United Way
  5. No Child Left Behind

  1. The father in the Gonzales family recently lost his job and was involved in a car accident, which was not his fault. Neighbors came to their help by providing a month’s worth of groceries and the name of a lawyer. According to the Ecological Systems Theory, this is an example of the ________ level.
  2. microsystem
  3. mesosystem
  4. exosystem
  5. macrosystem
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