Answers for “Early Childhood Education” with explanations

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Answers for “Disappearing Delta” with explanations

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Question 1-4:-
1. D (part D, para 1, last 7 lines: ―The Four-year pilot study included 380 Families who
were about to have their First child and who represented a cross-section oi socioeconomic status, age and Family configurations. They included single-parent and twoparent Families, Families in which both parents worked, and families with either the mother or lather at home.‖)

2. B (part B, para 1, line 2-6: ―at Harvard University has shown that, by the age at three,
most children have the potential to understand about 1000 words — most of the language
they will use in ordinary conversation tor the rest of their lives.‖)
Para 2, line 2-8: ―every child is born with a natural curiosity, it can be suppressed
dramatically during the second and third years of lite. Researchers claim that the human
personality is Formed during the first two years oi lite, and during the first three years
children learn the basic skills they will use in all their later learning both at home and at

3. C (part C, para 2, line 2-9: ―disappointing. It is thought that there are two explanations tor
this. First, the programme began too late. Many children who entered it at the age of three
were already behind their peers in language and measurable intelligence. Second, the
parents were not involved. At the and oi each day, ‘Headstart‘ children returned to the
some disadvantaged home environment‖)

4. E (part E, para 1, last 5 lines: ―further along in social development. In fact, the average
child on the programme was performing at the level of the top 15 to 20 percent of their
peers in such things as auditory comprehension, verbal ability and language ability‖)

Question 5-10:
5. B (part D, para 1, line 12-14: ―The Four-year pilot study included 380 Families who were
about to have their First child and who represented a cross-section oi socio-economic
status, age and Family configurations. They‖)

6. D

7. A (part C, para 2, first 2 lines: ―Despite substantial funding, results have been disappointing. it is thought that there are two‖)

8. B (part D, para 2, first 3 lines: ―The programme involved trained parent- educators
visiting the parents‘ home and working with the parent, or parents, and the child.)
Part D, para 3, first 4 lines: ―Parent-educators made personal visits to homes and
monthly group meetings were held with other new parents to share experience and
discuss topics oi interest. Parent resource centres‖)

9. D

10. C (part C, para 1, last 4 lines: ―money was poured into it. It took children into pro-school
institutions at the a e at three and was supposed to help the children of poorer Families
succeed in school.‖)

Question 11-13:
11. TRUE (part E, para 1, line 6-12: ‗random sample at children that age. The results were
phenomenal. By the age of three, the children in the programme were significantly more
advanced in language development than their Peers, had made greater strides in problem
solving and other intellectual skills, and were further along in social development. In fact,

12. FALSE (part E, para 2, first 5 lines: ―Most important at all, tie traditional measures at
‗risk‘, such as parents‘ age and education, or whether they were a single parent, bore little
or no relationship to the measures at achievement and language development. Children in


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