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11. As a teacher aide, if a child wishes to speak to you about an incident of abuse, what
should you do first?
A. Assure the child that you can help
B. Find a quiet place were you can talk uninterrupted
C. Assure the child that incidents of child abuse are common
D. Take the child to a school nurse’s or counselor’s office as soon as possible

17. Which of the following best describes a child who has been abused?
A. The child will usually be eager to answer your questions.
B. The child is more mature than other children.
C. The child typically forms strong friendships.
D. The child may be quiet and tentative.

For number 11 my answer is either B or C not sure

And 17 either D or C but leaning more to D

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  1. 11. The kid doesn't need or want to know that child abuse is common! You definitely want to find a quiet place where you and the child can talk.

    17. Definitely D.

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  2. Rethinking 11. Some school policies may demand that an aide take the child to the nurse's or counselor's office. However, the way the laws are written in many schools and states, all school employees are responsible for reporting suspected cases of child abuse. But all personnel must listen to the child first. The child's interpretation of child abuse may be having to go to bed at a set time or doing his homework or cleaning his room. The aide needs to find out a few details before she reports child abuse.

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  3. is number 7 and 11 asking the same thing? to me the answers are the same here is number 7

    7. If a girl, age 7, approaches you in the classroom and tells you that her mother’s live-in
    boyfriend is abusing her, a good way to respond would be to say:
    A. “Don’t worry, everything will be just fine.”
    B. “Can you tell me how he abused you?”
    C. “You can trust me. I won’t tell anyone anything.”
    D. “Let’s find a quiet place where we can be comfortable and talk.”

    my answer is D

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  4. Yes, the answers are the same. In my opinion, both are correct.

    Children are (or should be) taught to confide in an adult when they think they are abused. Often the teacher aide is the adult the child is most comfortable with. Therefore, the aide should take the child to a quiet place where s/he can talk freely.

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  5. Thanks Ms. Sue for all your help

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  6. You're very welcome, Beth.

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  7. D is the answer

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