Chapter 6: Understanding Two- and Three-Year-Olds | Crossword


3.A characteristic of people that means that they believe everyone else sees, thinks, and feels like they do.
5.Qualities a child believes he or she possesses; a result of beliefs, feelings, and perceptions a child has of himself or herself as part of the world.
6.A person’s understanding of language. Sometimes referred to as receptive or inner language.
7.The ability to produce language forms and express thoughts to others verbally or in writing.


1.The ability of three-year-olds to absorb the meaning of a new word after hearing it just once or twice in a conversation.
2.Behaviors that are expected of girls or boys.
4.A strategy where a teacher helps a child learn language by providing the child’s language for him or her.

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