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Chapter Fourteen:  Teaching Students with Special Needs In Secondary Schools Multiple-Choice Directions:

Question : Chapter Fourteen:  Teaching Students with Special Needs In Secondary Schools Multiple-Choice Directions: : 1987707

Chapter Fourteen:  Teaching Students with Special Needs In Secondary Schools

Multiple-Choice

Directions: Indicate the appropriate response to each item below.

1.In many instances, as students with exceptionalities reach high school,

a.the gap between academic achievement widens

b.they may have difficulty performing the higher-level cognitive tasks that are characteristic of secondary schools

c.they may encounter teachers who are content specialists who may not individualize instruction to meet their needs

d.all of the above

P375, R, D1

2.In general, inclusion of the secondary level

a.has been more successful

b.has been less successful

c.is about as successful as inclusion at the elementary level

d.makes no difference

P375, A, D2

3.Which of the following is essential to a comprehensive high school curriculum for students with exceptionalities?

a.The secondary curriculum must be responsive to the needs of individual students.

b.The secondary curriculum must facilitate maximum integration with typically achieving students.

c.The secondary curriculum must focus on students’ transition to postsecondary settings.

d.All of the above

P374, R, D1

4.____________________ may be problematic for a person with exceptionalities.

a.employment

b.basic skills remediation

c.career choices

d.development

P382, R, D1

5._______________________ will empower individuals to seek employment and independent living opportunities on their own.

a.encouragement

b.self-esteem.

c.self-competence

d.self-advocacy skills

P383, R, D1

6.Accommodations should be designed to offer the _______ amount of change to regular programming.

a.least.

b.most

P385, R, D1

7._______________________ refer to changes in policy that will support students with exceptionalities in their learning, e.g. altering curriculum

a.adaptations

b.modifications

c. IEPs

d.accommodations

P385, R, D1

8.The majority of secondary students with exceptionalities are educated in

a.special education classrooms

b.vocational education classrooms

c.alternative schools

d.general education classrooms

P375, R, D1

9._______________ are efforts that a teacher makes to modify the environment and curriculum in such a way that students with exceptionalities can be successful.

a.Modifications

b.Accommodations

c.Adaptations

d.Responsive practices

P385, R, D1

10.One of the ways a teacher can make an accommodation for a test is by

a.using technology to scan and read text

b.having an assistant write the test for them

c.having a peer helper write the test for them

d.excluding them from writing tests altogether

P391-393, R, D1

11.The  __________ strategy is an error-monitoring strategy for writing.

a.SMART

b.SCROL

c.COPS

d.SOLVE-IT

P395, R, D1

12.__________________  are specific techniques and devices to help students acquire, retain, and express knowledge.

a.Learning strategies

b.Self-regulated strategies

c.Self-evaluation strategies

d.Study skills

P393-394, R, D1

13.___________________ are ways to use active learning to acquire and use new information and solve problems.

a.Learning strategies

b.Self-regulated strategies

c.Self-evaluation strategies

  1.                                        Study skills

P394, R, D1

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