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COMPLETION 1. The term ____________________ is used to refer to people who perform at remarkably high levels of accomplishment when compared with others of their age, experience, or environment. 2. ____________________ is the ability to generate ideas, products, or solutions that are considered novel and useful for a given problem, situation, or.
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31. In regards to bullying, boys experience more ______________, while girls experience more ____________ a. psychological intimidation, physically threaten b. money extortion, psychological intimidation c. physical bullying, psychological intimidation d. physical bullying, parental bullying 32. An approach that consists of pairing students where one is the player (student with EBD) and the other one is.
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26. The results from the Third International Mathematic and Science Study (1998), comparing American students with students in other countries, found a. during middle-school American students scored above average in math but below average in reading. b. during middle-school American students scored above average in both math and reading. c. during middle-school American.
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61. In 1920, this researcher began a 60-year longitudinal study of 1,528 children with special gifts and talents. a. Gardner c. Terman b. Torrance d. Galton 62. This researcher concluded that extraordinary ability ran in families and was genetic in origin. a. Terman c. Galton b. Gardner d. Binet 63. Two factors that predicted underachievement in.
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61. There is a strong relationship between phonological errors and a. visual acuity. c. dyscalculia. b. comprehension. d. reading problems. 62. Sharon has loss the ability to speak. This would be called a. Dysarthria. c. Apaxia. b. Anarthria. d. Omissions. 63. The ability to receive and understand a message is a. expressive language. c. developmental language. b. communication..
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6. Language acquisition is closely related to a. the child's interest in reading. b. the interaction of a child and his or her caregivers. c. the amount of television a child watches. d. the amount of time a child spends alone. 7. The most common communication disorder among public school students is a. an articulation-phonology error..
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56. Understanding sarcasm and/or puns is being skilled in the area of a. supralinguistics c. semantics. b. syntax. d. phonology. 57. The criteria for judging the severity of an articulation disorder include the a. number and duration of errors. c. onset and variety of errors. b. variety and duration of errors. d. number and variety.
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MATCHING Match each statement to the item listed below a. American Sign Language b. Articulation c. Audition d. Augmented and alternative communication e. Communication f. Communication disorder g. Dialect h. Dysphonia i. Fluency j. Language disorder k. Phonation l. Phonology m. Resonation 1. The exchange of thoughts, information, feelings, or ideas. 2. The movement of the mouth and tongue that shapes sound into speech. 3. Instructional strategies.
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41. Another term for language content is a. syntax. c. semantics. b. phonology. d. morphology. 42. Language involves __________, which is taking in language-based information, and _________, giving out verbal information and producing written language. a. reception; syntax c. phonology; morphology b. reception; expression d. syntax; production 43. By what age are most normal children able.
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MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The language children learn is a. an expression of emotions. c. an innate form of communication. b. the one spoken in the home. d. initially gestural. 2. Most language skills are fairly well in place by a child's ______________ year of life. a. first c. seventh b. third d. tenth 3. Being skilled in.
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16. Which of the following would be considered an articulation error? a. Saying "sheeps" for "sheep" c. Saying "runned" for "ran" b. Saying "ring" for "king" d. Saying "boy" for "man" 17. A disorder of voice quality is called a. a language delay. c. aphonia. b. aphasia. d. dysphonia. 18. Any assessment of children who are.
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MATCHING Match each statement to the item listed below a. Underachievers with gifts f. Prodigies b. Homeschooling g. Creativity c. Magnet schools h. Curriculum compacting d. Multiple intelligences i. Problem-based learning e. Content sophistication j. Student accelerations 1. A theory associated with Howard Gardner that proposes nine separate intelligences instead of one general intelligence. 2. The production of.
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MATCHING Match each statement to the item listed below a. Underachievers with gifts f. Prodigies b. Homeschooling g. Creativity c. Magnet schools h. Curriculum compacting d. Multiple intelligences i. Problem-based learning e. Content sophistication j. Student accelerations 6. Students whose actual performance is low or mediocre despite their outstanding potential. 7. A process for allowing students with gifts.
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16. In a problem-based learning model, the teacher functions as a a. information-giver. b. metacognitive coach. c. the main problem solver who then instructors the class on solving the task. d. observer. 17. Most school systems fail to provide services for gifted underachievers because a. these students are not readily identified. b. teachers are unwilling to reward.
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6. A(n) ____________________ is a variety of language that differs in pronunciation, vocabulary, or syntax from the literary form of the language. 7. ____________________ are defined as support services that are required to assist the child in benefiting from special education. 8. The _____________________ is primarily responsible for the identification, diagnosis, and.
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6. In the US, early definitions of giftedness were related to a. performance on achievement tests. b. performance in the classroom. c. performance in the arts. d. performance on the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Test. 7. Gifted students with Asperger's syndrome usually have a problem with a. metagcognition. c. theory of mind function. b. rote memory. d. working memory. 8..
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36. A child performing at a 14 years old cognitive level but is only 8 years old physically and socially is an example of a. correlated assets. c. asynchronization. b. twice exceptional. d. perfectionism. 37. Which technique is not recommended to teachers for stimulating creativity in students? a. Providing a non-threatening atmosphere b. Providing stimuli.
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31. Sharon, a fourth-grade student, is not aware that some language may be appropriate in one environment but not in another. Sharon's lack of awareness is a disorder of a. morphology. c. phonology. b. pragmatics. d. syntax. 32. The following four processes are involved in the production of speech: a. phonology, morphology, resonation, and.
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26. The Re-ed program stresses positive wellness and builds academic competencies in students with EBD. This is an example of a. an inclusionary model. c. a second tier RTI model. b. a residential care model. d. a special education classroom model. 27. A variety of professional skills, including those of _______________, are required.
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MATCHING Match each statement to the item listed below a. American Sign Language b. Articulation c. Audition d. Augmented and alternative communication e. Communication f. Communication disorder g. Dialect h. Dysphonia i. Fluency j. Language disorder k. Phonation l. Phonology m. Resonation 10. The production of sound by the vibration of the vocal cords. 11. The flow of speech. 12. The impairment or deviant development of comprehension.
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COMPLETION 1. ____________________ is partly defined as the inability to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and teachers. 2. It has been widely accepted that here is an interaction between ____________________ and ____________________ in the development of aggressive and hostile behavior in children. 3. ____________________ in children is the belief that.
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21. A problem with pitch would be classified as a disorder of a. articulation-phonology. c. voice. b. fluency and speech timing. d. language. 22. A problem with production of the accurate sounds of speech would be classified as a disorder of a. articulation-phonology. c. voice. b. fluency and speech timing. d. language. 23. Delayed language is.
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36. The ability to receive and understand a message is called a. fluency. c. receptive language. b. expressive language. d. communication. 37. Alicia is a preschool child with delayed speech and language development. Which of the following intervention strategies might be appropriate for her? a. Amplification c. Physical therapy b. Facilitated communication d. Interactive play.
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MATCHING Match each statement to the item listed below a. American Sign Language b. Articulation c. Audition d. Augmented and alternative communication e. Communication f. Communication disorder g. Dialect h. Dysphonia i. Fluency j. Language disorder k. Phonation l. Phonology m. Resonation 6. A disorder in speech and/or language. 7. A system of gesturing that contains meaning. 8. The process that gives the voice a unique characteristic.
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11. According to the text, there appears to be a linkage between ADHD and a. anxious behavior. c. withdrawal behavior. b. aggressive behavior. d. socialized-aggression disorders. 12. Which of the following strategies is considered a "high-cost" intervention for teachers? a. Structuring schedules b. Giving recognition for achievement c. Reminding a student about the classroom rules d. Conducting.
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36. If a teacher wanted to understand the intended objective or intent of a student's behavior as well as describe the behavior, she would want to conduct a(n) a. functional behavior assessment. c. family interview. b. ecological assessment. d. home-based observation. 37. A coercive cycle is a. the increase of aggression when children fight.
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11. If a school system wishes to narrow the range of ability in instructional settings, it should consider a. early entrance. c. magnet schools. b. cluster grouping. d. compacted courses. 12. An example of ______________ is when an intellectually and socially mature child is allowed to enter kindergarten at a younger-than-normal age. a. acceleration.
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41. In which career field would gifted individuals likely encounter limited opportunities to earn a comfortable income and a possible economic barrier to their ambitions? a. Business c. The arts b. Law d. The sciences 42. ___________ is a strategy that bring students with gifts together so they can go at an advanced.
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51. The procedures for the selection of students with special gifts and talents should be based on a. the requirements of the program. b. the findings of recent longitudinal studies. c. federal and state definitions. d. community demographics. 52. An educational program designed to help underachievers with special gifts and talents would likely focus on a..
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56. A problem that encourages the student to define the issue, organize the components, and then solve the problem is called a. convergent thinking. c. divergent thinking. b. flexibility. d. problem-based learning. 57. Which of the following statements about group intelligence tests and group achievement tests is not true? a. Achievement tests do a.
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6. Two dimensions to be considered in distinguishing between normal behaviors and problem behaviors are a. visibility and depth. c. origination and duration. b. severity and duration. d. visibility and latency. 7. Brandon's teachers are concerned about an increase in disruptive behavior in the last month since his maternal grandmother passed away. Brandon's.
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21. Gardner identifies nine categories of intelligence. Which of the following is NOT one of them? a. Spatial c. Extrasensory b. Naturalistic d. Intrapersonal 22. The NC School of Science and Math for students with special gifts and talents is an example of which RTI tier? a. I c. III b. II d. IV 23. _______________.
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46. Problems with ____________ include hypernasality and hyponasality. a. resonation c. syntax b. pitch d. semantics 47. Dysphonia is a disorder of a. pitch. c. loudness. b. voice quality. d. articulation. 48. The great majority of speech-language pathologists devote their time to a. demonstrating procedures and providing in-service training for teachers. b. keeping records and making reports on.
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MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Researchers now believe that IQ scores a. are fixed points that can not be changed. b. are not valid for children under seven. c. can be improved with education and experience. d. should be the sole factor in determining giftedness in children. 2. __________ studied outstanding Englishmen and concluded that extraordinary ability ran.
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COMPLETION 1. ____________________ is central to our ability to fit into society successfully, and when difficulties with language and/or speech interfere with it, children often experience problems. 2. Communication is the exchange of thoughts, information, feelings, and ideas, and it requires three things: (a) ____________________, (b)____________________, and (c) ____________________. 3. Respiration, phonation, resonation,.
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26. Which of the following is an example of the RTI Tier II intervention? a. Collaboration with the speech-language pathologist and/or special education teacher b. Pointing to an object when given an augmentative communication board c. Developing an IEP to address the specific articulation problems d. Computer-generated programs to address fluency errors 27. Morphology is.
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