Answer the following questions. AND READ/ ANSWER EACH QUESTIONS CAREFULLY

APA FORMAT & NO WORK CITED PAGECHILD DEVELOPMENTEach Q. separate document!!!Answer the following questions. AND READ/ ANSWER EACH QUESTIONS CAREFULLY!!!!Instructions:After reading the chapter 6 (PDF BELOW) and articles “Enhancing the language development of young children” & “Organization: The Key to Daily Activities and Curriculum Development” (LINK BELOW) and viewing the presentations 6-3r1 & 6-3r2 (PDF BELOW), address the topic/question below. The words “describe,” “define,” or “explain” will require you to add enough detail to your answer to clearly demonstrate an understanding of the construct (Use your own words!!! Do not copy from the text.). Use details and terms from the chapter to support your answer. Also, keep in mind that simply using a word in a sentence does not demonstrate an understanding; using it in context does. For example, saying thatchildren should have access to divergent materialsdoes not show me that you know what is meant by the term divergent. Rather saying something such as the following does show an understanding of the term:Children should have access to divergent materials, such as ______, as they allow the child to explore the multiple ways the materials can be used.This use of the word divergent clearly indicates an understanding of the term. Be sure your definitions and descriptions are demonstrative of this level of awareness.Read the following below to answer the following questions.1. Chapter 6 (PDF Below)2. Presentations 6-3r1 “Language Development” & 6-3r2 “Literacy Development” (PDF BELOW)3. Articles:1. “Enhancing the language development of young children”http://www.earlychildhoodnews.com/earlychildhood/article_view.aspx?ArticleID=1192. “Organization: The Key to Daily Activities and Curriculum Development”http://www.earlychildhoodnews.com/earlychildhood/article_view.aspx?ArticleID=610Q1.(NO WORK CITED PAGE) Exactly 250 wordsTopic/Question/Prompt: Post the title and author of your favorite preschool children’s book to use in the classroom. Describe one or two activities you can plan based off of this book. How do these activities support the development of literacy or language skills? Do they enhance any other type of skill (physical, social, emotional, math/science, etc.)?Tips: Be sure to… give enough details in your activities so that your classmates could replicate the activity organize your work clearly so it is easy to identify each activity and your literacy/language skills keep your work consistent with the course material – your activities should be different from any listed in the materials you need different activities than what are given in the course material, but they can be on the same book. For example, you can plan an activity onThe Very Hungry Caterpillareven though it is discussed in the presentation as long as your activity is different from the ones presented.Q2.(NO WORK CITED PAGE) Exactly 250 wordsTopic/Question/Prompt: Parents usually place a priority on their children learning to read and write. Explain to them how you will incorporate language and literacy in your classroom in a developmentally appropriate manner. What will you say when they request their child do worksheets?Be sure to address both literacy and language development and activities. This post should consist of the ideas and concepts presented in the reading and presentations.Tips: Be sure to… use terms and information from the material. Do not just give generic “we talk to them to build language” because this will not score well. Say instead, one of the ways to build language is through … (at this place you introduce an idea presented in the material) … so, in the classroom we … (at this point, you explain what you do specifically in regards to the idea you just presented).” And then, elaborate on how this is helpful to children. keep in mind that I am not looking at what you “think” is a good idea, but rather, what we as a profession know to be good practice (and this is what the text and presentations provide) give enough details in any activities you include so that your classmates could replicate the activity organize your work