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ECE 214 Week 3 Quiz| Ashford University

ECE 214 Week 3 Quiz| Ashford University

ECE 214 Week 3 Quiz| Ashford University

Week 3 – Quiz

Question 1

Caregiver activities with children that promote early health and wellness such as eating healthy foods, getting enough sleep and enough physical activity, and knowing how to reduce the impact of stress is otherwise referred to as

  • setting a good example.
  • adult modeling.
  • health demonstrations.
  • role development.

Question 2

The optimal state of health for individuals or groups is referred to as

  • fitness.
  • vigor.
  • healthiness.
  • wellness.

Question 3

Teaching children what a healthy “feeling” is and what it means to be “unhealthy” or “not well” is referred to as


  • good hygiene.
  • health literacy.
  • wellness practice.
  • health promotion.

Question 4

A good example of a prevention strategy that can be taught to children in an early childhood is


  • hand washing.
  • washing toys.
  • sanitizing tables.
  • cleaning furniture.

Question 5


The Riverside Child Care Center has recently experienced a flood that destroyed all of the children’s health records, including the children’s vaccination records. The best way for the center to recreate the vaccination records is for the center staff to contact the


  • Country health department.
  • State health department.
  • Federal health department. Correct!
  • Families.

Question 6

Bobby is a 1-year-old who has undiagnosed Hepatitis A. His caregiver Chris has not yet noticed that he is a bit jaundiced, so she is unaware of his illness. After changing Bobby’s diaper, Chris forgets to wash her hands because she is distracted by 2 children who are involved in a serious physical scuffle. Chris rushes over and physically separates the 2 children and talks to them about their behavior. Chris is at risk of contracting Hepatitis A because of this transmission route:


  • Airborne
  • Direct contact
  • Fecal-oral
  • Blood born


Question 7

A primary prevention strategy to protect against communicable diseases and illness is


  • isolation.
  • immunization.
  • healthy living.
  • supplements.


Question 8

When a person has a burst of energy in reaction to a fear, threat, or danger, the body’s reaction is referred to as a(n)

  • Adrenaline rush.
  • Stress reaction.
  • Anxiety attack.
  • Fight or flight response.


Question 9

Steve has a rash on both arms that his caregiver has not yet noticed. Today the class is celebrating Joyce’s birthday. In his enthusiasm for the occasion, Steve gives Joyce a bear hug, throwing his arms around Joyce’s neck. Joyce is at risk of developing Steve’s rash because of this transmission route:


  • Oozing sores
  • Airborne Correct!
  • Direct contact
  • Blood borne





Question 10

In addition to assuring that young children get proper nutrition and sleep, the most effective solution to avoid being a susceptible host for infection is to have young children


  • isolated.
  • immunized.
  • restricted.
  • examined.