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Chapter Fifteen: Working with Families of Students with Exceptionalities Multiple-Choice Directions: Indicate

Question : Chapter Fifteen: Working with Families of Students with Exceptionalities Multiple-Choice Directions: Indicate : 1987712

Chapter Fifteen: Working with Families of Students with Exceptionalities

Multiple-Choice

Directions: Indicate the appropriate response to each item below

1.__________________ and _________________ have established a high level of parental involvement in the education of students with exceptionalities.

a.Awareness and conviction

b.Legislation and parental advocacy

c.Litigation and mediation

d.Professional involvement and parental concerns

P398, R, D1

2.______________ give feedback on schoolwork, homework, and behaviour.

a.daily notes

b.daily report cards

c. calendars

d.diaries

P415, R, D1

3.Which of the following descriptions depicts the traditional definition of “family” provided by the authors of your textbook?

a.a wife and husband

b.a working father, a stay-home mother, and children

c.a working father, a working mother, and two children

d.none of the above

P400, R, D1

4.Which of the following statements is most accurate regarding early 21st century families?

a.Today’s families face a host of challenges, including poverty, substance abuse, and violence.

b.The constellation of today’s families has changed dramatically in the last fifty years.

c.Today, families are witnessing a move away from residential care for individuals with serious support needs.

d.All of the above

P400, R, D1

5.A child with an exceptionality can have an impact on siblings in two primary ways. These are

a.social and emotional

b.financial and emotional

c.emotional and behavioural

d.financial and maturity

P402, 4, D1

6.Which of the following statements is most accurate regarding the impact of a child’s exceptionality on his or her siblings?

a.Research suggests that having a sibling with an exceptionality has only a mild impact on a sibling’s social and financial welfare.

b.Research indicates that not all nondisabled siblings experience adjustment problems although many will have significant difficulties responding to the disability.

c.Research indicates that the nondisabled sibling will experience significant and pervasive adjustment problems.

d.None of the above

P405, R, D1

7.______________________ may be the most problematic area of discussion for successful home-school collaboration.

a.reading ability

b.listening skills

c.homework

d.attention to task

P416, R, D1

8.Parents should be involved in the development of a student’s individual education plan to

a.gain parents’ input

b.prove the school cares

c.satisfy teacher curiosity

d.gain approval from the community

P407, R, D1

9.Meyer (2001) noted areas of concern expressed by siblings which included

a.need for extra sleep

b.need for playmates who do not know their sibling

c.need for information about the disability or illness

d.need for respite

P405, R, D1

10.A critical element in collaboration between school personnel and parents is

a.honesty

b.openness

c.technology

d.communication

P408, R, D1

11.Families who  discover that a child has an exceptionality expresses a variety of feelings and reactions including

a.frustration

b.desperation

c.surprise

d.grief and loss

P402, R, D1

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