x
Info
x
Warning
x
Danger
 / 
 / 
 / 
Chapter Ten:  Teaching Students with Special Gifts and Talents Multiple-Choice Directions: indicate

Question : Chapter Ten:  Teaching Students with Special Gifts and Talents Multiple-Choice Directions: indicate : 1987683

Chapter Ten:  Teaching Students with Special Gifts and Talents

Multiple-Choice

Directions: indicate the appropriate response to each item below

1.The vast majority of children and youth who are gifted spend most of their school day in

a.special schools

b.special classes

c.general education classrooms

d.resource rooms

P270, A, D1

2.Children and youth with special abilities

a.are an overrepresented group of students

b.are an underidentified, underserved, and often inappropriately served group

c.are guaranteed special services in all provinces

d.none of the above

P264, R, D1

3.Students with special abilities who are culturally different

a.are overrepresented

b.are often not identified

c.typically do not fall within the gifted range

d.none of the above

P267, R, D1

4.Which of the following components is included in Renzulli’s three-ring conception of giftedness?

a.above-average ability

b.task commitment

c.creativity

d.all of the above

P262, R, D1

5.Gardner and Hatch’s (1989) theory of multiple intelligences comprises _____ areas of ability.

a.nine

b.six

c.eight

d.five

P262, R, D1

6.Most researchers agree that giftedness results from

a.genetic influences

b.environmental influences

c.a combination of genetic and environmental influences

d.none of the above

P264, R, D1

7.The majority of students who have gifts are identified by

a.their parents

b.general education teachers

c.special education teachers

d.individuals within the community

P267, R, D1

8.Three general practices used in programs for students with exceptional abilities are

a.curriculum compacting, advanced placement, and credit by examination

b.telescoping curriculum, combined classes, and grade skipping

c.acceleration, enrichment, and special grouping

d.mentorships, correspondence courses, and early entrance into college

P273, R, D1

9.Nine-year-old Tameka has been identified as intellectually gifted in the area of mathematics. To accommodate this special ability, she is currently working on algebraic equations in her general education class. This reflects the practice of

a.acceleration

b.alternative grouping

c.enrichment

d.special grouping

P273, A, D2

10._____________________ refers to techniques that provide topics, skill development, materials or experiences that extend the depth of coverage beyond the typical curriculum.

a.curriculum compacting

b.telescoping curriculum

c.advanced placement

d.enrichment

P273, R, D2

10-1

Solution
5 (1 Ratings )

Solved
Philosophy 1 Year Ago 254 Views
This Question has Been Answered!

Related Answers
Unlimited Access Free
Explore More than 2 Million+
  • Textbook Solutions
  • Flashcards
  • Homework Answers
  • Documents
Signup for Instant Access!
Ask an Expert
Our Experts can answer your tough homework and study questions
78437 Philosophy Questions Answered!
Post a Question