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Who Wants to Be Rich? Georgia CTAE Resource Network Instructional Resources Office July 2009
100 Dollar Question Q #1 Problem behavior is likely to occur when... A. children are well rested. D. Musical instruments hang on hooks w/in reach of children. B. the art center has 4 easels and 4 sets of paints. C. Preschoolers eat lunch on a different schedule every week.
200 Dollar Question Q #2 Punishing a 2-year-old for having a toileting accident illustrates: A. Limited understanding of child development D. a positive method of teaching about toileting B. redirection C. natural consequences
300 Dollar Question Q #3 All of the following suggestions are helpful for speaking to children except: A. stand tall so they must look up to you D. call the child by name before speaking to him or her B. use short and simple sentences C. speak calmly and respectfully, even when angry
500 Dollar Question Q #4 The most supportive response to a child who is having trouble mastering a skill is: A. “Keep trying - I know you can do it.” “Keep trying - I know you can do it.” D. “Let me do that for you.” “Let me do that for you.” B. “Don’t feel bad - not every one can do that.” “Don’t feel bad - not every one can do that.” C. “Keep trying - do you want to be the only one that can’t do that?” “Keep trying - do you want to be the only one that can’t do that?”
1,000 Dollar Question Q #5 If two children are arguing over a toy, the response most helpful in guiding them to a resolution is: A. “Brenda, that wasn’t very nice.” “Brenda, that wasn’t very nice.” D. “Brenda, why don’t you tell Sean why you would like to play with the wagon.” “Brenda, why don’t you tell Sean why you would like to play with the wagon.” B. “If the two of you can’t solve this problem b/f play time ends, then neither of you will get to play with the wagon.” “If the two of you can’t solve this problem b/f play time ends, then neither of you will get to play with the wagon.” C. “Sean, just let Brenda have the wagon today.” “Sean, just let Brenda have the wagon today.”
2,000 Dollar Question Q #6 A schedule that is likely to promote positive behavior in preschoolers might include: A. lengthy transitions and preparations between activities D. outdoor play when the weather allows and quiet activities when it does not B. mostly large-group and few small-group activities C. a variety of active play options every morning and naps every afternoon
4,000 Dollar Question Q #7 Which of the following responses does not help children develop a strategy for solving problems? A. “Tell me what the problem is.” “Tell me what the problem is.” D. “Let’s try your solution and see if it works.” “Let’s try your solution and see if it works.” B. “Here’s a better solution.” “Here’s a better solution.” C. “Can you think of any bad things about that solution?” “Can you think of any bad things about that solution?”
8,000 Dollar Question Q #8 “Don’t run indoors” is an inappropriate rule for preschoolers because it: A. discourages their natural enthusiasm discourages their natural enthusiasm D. can lead to defiance or unpleasantness B. is too difficult to enforce C. does not give children a positive alternative
16,000 Dollar Question Q #9 Imposing negative ___ for unacceptable behavior is necessary when children resist positive approaches. A. rewardsrewards D. consequencesconsequencesB. communicationcommunication C. punishmentpunishment
32,000 Dollar Question Q #10 Through ___ ___, children behave appropriately to earn praise and attention from adults. A. negative reinforcement negative reinforcement D. self discipline self discipline B. positive reinforcement positive reinforcement C. positive discipline positive discipline
64,000 Dollar Question Q #11 The most constructive response to harmless behavior that is meant only to get attention is to ___ it. A. ignoreignore D. correctcorrectB. respectrespect C. punishpunish
125,000 Dollar Question Q #12 When you ___ children, you may unintentionally encourage them to live up or down to your expectations. A. encourageencourage D. redirectredirectB. punishpunish C. labellabel
250,000 Dollar Question Q # 13 Since young children lack extensive vocabulary, caregivers must interpret their ___ ___ to understand their feelings. A. active listeningactive listening D. bad attitudesbad attitudesB. sign languagesign language C. body languagebody language
500,000 Dollar Question Q #14 Using ___ ___ helps you focus on why misbehavior is a problem without criticizing the child as a person. A. positive reinforcementpositive reinforcement D. time-outtime-outB. I-messagesI-messages C. active listeningactive listening
1,000,000 Dollar Question Q #15 When appropriate, offering children ___ about behavior increases self-esteem and shows you have confidence in their judgement. A. explanationsexplanations D. theoriestheoriesB. descriptionsdescriptions C. choiceschoices
Correct Response $100 That was a correct Final Answer! On to the next question
Correct Response $200 Next Question
Correct Response $300 Next Question
Correct Response $500 Go to $1,000 dollar question
Correct Response $1,000 2,000 Dollar Question
Correct Response $2,000 4,000 Dollar Question
Correct Response $4,000 8,000 Dollar Question
Correct Response $8,000 16,000 Dollar Question
Correct Response $16,000 32,000 Dollar Question
Correct Response $32,000 64,000 Dollar Question
Correct Response $64, ,000 question
Correct Response $125, ,000 dollar question
Correct Response $250, ,000 dollar question
Correct Response $500,000 Million dollar Question!
Correct Response $1,000,000 Want to try for 2 Million? Q #16 During outdoor play, five-year-old Matthew is breaking a safety rule by swinging without holding onto the swing. As his caregiver, which of the following should you NOT say and do? A. Speak to Matthew privately and calmly & firmly remind him of the rule. Speak to Matthew privately and calmly & firmly remind him of the rule. B. State the consequences of choosing to disobey; and try to keep statements positive. State the consequences of choosing to disobey; and try to keep statements positive. C. Deny Matthew the privilege of playing on the swings when he continues to disobey. Set a definite time limit. Deny Matthew the privilege of playing on the swings when he continues to disobey. Set a definite time limit. D. Begin by arranging a parent conference and ask whether a situation at home could be causing the misbehavior. Begin by arranging a parent conference and ask whether a situation at home could be causing the misbehavior.
Incorrect Response ! Sorry, you just blew the whole million!
Congratulations! You’re a double millionaire!
Incorrect! Sorry Start over? Start over?
Instructions You will need to add the questions and answers to each Slide You will then need to link each response to the correct slide When playing the game you will need to keep track of your life lines on a piece of paper or on the board Questions: