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EDSP FINAL (CH 6-7)
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Marcy is a second grader in Mr. Linden's class. Mr. Linden has noticed that recently Marcy is withdrawing from her friends, and is struggling to complete assignments correctly. Specifically, he has noticed that Marcy is unable to recognize all of her numbers 1-50 or remember basic addition and subtraction facts. On her recent math assessment, Marcy was unable to show the steps she took to solve two digit addition problems and did not correctly use regrouping. Marcy is showing which of the following deficits?
A- math calculation
B- math reasoning
C- written expression
D- basic reading skill
To qualify for special education services under the category of Specific Learning Disability, all of the following conditions must be met EXCEPT
A- determining that underachievement was not caused by hearing or vision loss
B- convening a multidisciplinary committee to discuss eligibility
C- proving that the student has had access to high quality instruction
D- having failing grades in at least 50% of classes
Julie was evaluated to determine whether or not she has a specific learning disability (SLD) and qualifies for special education. To meet the criteria for SLD, she must have which of the following?
A- poor academic performance related to poor instruction
B- underachievement related to one or more disorders
C- one or more deficits in basic psychological processing
D- a deficit related to written expression
Students with specific learning disabilities spend most of their school time in which setting?
A- specialized classrooms
B- general education
Luther is a 6th grader at Williams Middle School. His teacher Ms. Covington is worried that Luther might have a reading disability because he is performing significantly below his peers. Ms. Covington is not sure how Luther's reading abilities compare to the rest of 6th grade, but thinks his grades are reflective of a deficit in basic reading skills. Which type of assessment would BEST measure if Luther is at-risk for experiencing reading difficulties?
A- progress monitoring
B- teacher made work samples
C- diagnostic assessment
D- screening assessment
Dori is a 9th grader at Park Hills High School. Her algebra teacher uses a variety of strategies to help her understand the content. Some of the strategies include graphic organizers, mnemonic devices, and explicit modeling. These are examples of what kinds of teaching methods?
A- problem based learning
B- active learning
C- teacher-directed instruction
D- student-centered instruction
Students with specific learning disabilities and intellectual disabilities are easily distinguished in the classroom.
TRUE OR FALSE
Mr. Smith received his annual evaluation and his principal recommended that he increase student academic learning time. Effective strategies for doing this that Mr. Smith should consider include each of the following EXCEPT
A- independent research
B- problem solving worksheet
C- teacher demonstration
D- hands-on activities
Anita moved to the United States from Honduras 6 months ago and was placed in Mr. Smith's 5th grade class. She is struggling with math class, even though she is taking ESL and her English is improving. Mr. Smith is planning to refer her for testing to see if she has a learning disability. What does the RtI team recommend he do first?
A- put her in one of the math tutorial groups
B- get parent permission
C- send her to the remedial math
Muhammet is a 5th grader is Mr. Blevin's class. Muhammet struggles to keep his desk clean, turn assignments in on time, and organize his binder. Which of these strategies would BEST help Muhammet develop these skills?
B- direct instruction
C- explicit instruction
D- goal setting
Tom, a 5th grader, has trouble remaining seated. He's always fidgeting with his pencils and anything else on his desk. He shouts out answers and constantly interrupts his teacher with comments and requests to go to the bathroom. Tom's academic work is less than expected for his age and capability due to his being easily distracted. What type of ADHD does Tom have?
A- combined type
B- predominantly inattentive type
C- predominately hyperactive-impulsive type
Jill's teacher has noticed that she is turning in assignments that aren't complete or not turning them in at all. The assignments that are turned in do not follow the instructions and are messy, sometimes illegible. Whenever Jill's teacher teaches or talks to Jill, he does not pay attention.What type of ADHD does Jill have?
A- predominantly inattentive type
B- predominantly hyperactive-impulsive type
C- combined type
Linda is a third grade student at Lee Elementary. Linda has ADHD but does not qualify under IDEA. Under what option can Linda still receive accommodations?
A- Elementary and Secondary Education Act
B- Technology Act
C- Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
D- Americans with Disabilities Act
Students who take medication for ADHD are at much greater risk for drug abuse.
TRUE OR FALSE
Students with ADHD can greatly benefit from a structured educational environment.
TRUE OR FALSE
Mr. Martinez knows that the most effective approach for students with learning problems is to begin with more teacher-directed instruction. He uses an advanced organizer to activate prior knowledge, explains and models the concept, provides guided practice, and independent practice. Mr. Martinez is using what type of instruction?
A- cooperative learning
B- direct instruction
C- indirect instruction
D- student regulated instruction
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