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Chapter Nine:  Teaching Students with Sensory Impairments, Traumatic Brain Injury,

Question : Chapter Nine:  Teaching Students with Sensory Impairments, Traumatic Brain Injury, : 1987672

Chapter Nine:  Teaching Students with Sensory Impairments, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Other Low-Incidence Disabilities

Multiple-Choice

Directions: Indicate the appropriate response to each item below

1.Hearing loss is of greatest concern because

a.of the physiological concerns that accompany it

b.hearing is essential to language acquisition

c.of the social implications such a loss has on an individual

d.the intensity of supports that are needed to assist a student in overcoming such a loss

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2.Which is a generic term used to describe any level of hearing loss, ranging from mild to profound?

a.deafness

b.hard of hearing

c.hearing impairment

d.hearing loss

P223, R, D1

3._______________________ describes a hearing loss in which the auditory channel cannot function as the primary mode for perceiving and monitoring speech or acquiring language.

a.deafness

b.hard of hearing

c.hearing impairment

d.hearing loss

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4.Approximately _____ of the total school population receives special education and related services for hearing impairments in Canada.

a.1.5%

b..14%

c.1.8%

d..01%

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5.Which of the following statements is true regarding students with mild hearing impairments?

a.Students with mild hearing impairments may go unrecognized for years.

b.Students with mild hearing impairments are generally easy to recognize due to their persistent language difficulties.

c.Most students with mild hearing impairments require amplification.

d.Students with mild hearing impairments have little difficulty with language and academics.

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6.A significant challenge for teachers of students with hearing impairments is

a.making sure that students with hearing impairments are seated appropriately

b.making sure that students with hearing impairments participate in communicational activities

c.ensuring that students with hearing impairments are able to handle the reading and writing demands of the classroom

d.all of the above

P229, R, D2

7._________________________ include hearing aids, and other devices that amplify voices and sounds, communicate messages visually, or alert individuals to environmental sounds.

a.amplification tools

b.assistive listening devices

c.hearing aids

d.hearing attachments

P231, R, D1

8.Which of the following is a generic term that includes a wide range of visual problems?

a.visual loss

b.visual impairment

c.blindness

d.low vision

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9._______________ indicates that some functional vision exists to be used for gaining information through written means with or without the assistance of optical, nonoptical, or electronic devices.

a.visual loss

b.visual impairment

c.blindness

d.low vision

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10.The __________________ definition of blindness means that a student must use braille or aural methods in order to receive instruction.

a.educational

b.legal

c.institutional

d.scientific

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